Overflowing with glamorous antiques and Belle Epoque grandeur, this trip has to be one of the most romantic journeys on water
Three more reasons why you’ll want to do your sightseeing by water
Arrive in style at Komodo Island aboard the new Ayana Lako d’ia Phinisi. Launching on 1 September, the boat can take you on a two, three or five night excursion around the Indonesian archipelago. You will be able to visit remote dive spots and spy dolphins, manta rays and the famed Komodo dragons. And you can ease those achy diving muscles with a massage when you get back on board.
Literary lovers get excited! You can now sail upon the 19th-century boat that inspired one of Agatha Christie’s books – Death on the Nile. The steamship SS Sudan is now taking guests on a six-day cruise along the famous river. Still overflowing with glamorous antiques and Belle Epoque grandeur, this trip has to be one of the most romantic journeys on water.
Set sail along the Mekong in the luxury Gypsy cruiser. This four-berth vessel will take you from Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp in Chiang Rai to the UNESCO World Heritage City of Luang Prabang in Laos. Watch the world go by from your private veranda or go ashore to discover the Pak Ou caves, enjoy some Laos whisky or go jungle trekking.