AmaWaterways announced a new solo traveler offer and the extension of special offers for travel in 2021 and 2022. Guests can book before December 31, 2020 and take advantage of savings, including Free Roundtrip Airfare for select 2021 European river cruises and a 5 percent Early Booking Reward for 2022 Europe, Mekong and Egypt itineraries.
AmaWaterways’ offers are now available (through the end of 2020) on a variety of itineraries and ships, including the line’s newest additions, AmaSiena and AmaLucia. Whether choosing complimentary flights with the Free Roundtrip Airfare or the $2,999 per person Upgrade to Business Class, both offers give guests the convenience of one-stop shopping by booking air, exclusive airport transfers and river cruise through one source. Guests also have the option of Free Companion Air on an additional selection of 2021 sailings.
Newly announced for solo travelers, AmaWaterways is pleased to offer for a limited time a reduced 25 percent single supplement on spacious balcony staterooms, available on select 2021 sailings through its Solo Travelers Special. (Not combinable with other retail offers and not applicable on certain stateroom categories. Other conditions apply.)
The 2022 Early Booking Reward allows guest to save 5 percent on select Europe and Mekong river cruises, including those onboard the revolutionary AmaMagna. In September 2021, AmaWaterways will debut the AmaDahlia on the Nile River, and guests who book a 2022 Egypt river cruise can receive a 5 percent cruise savings on balcony staterooms and suites on select sailings.
Additional offers, including Enhanced Group Savings and Holiday Triple Savings, are available on select 2021 and 2022 sailings.
Finally, for those travelers choosing to book before December 31, 2020, AmaWaterways is giving additional flexibility with its limited time special Travel Waiver Plus program. Guests who purchase the Travel Waiver Plus can book with added peace of mind that they may cancel their river cruise vacation for any reason up to 24-hours in advance of their AmaWaterways’ booked services.