Small Boats. Big Adventures.

We know what it's like -  you've got a hankering to travel but your wallet is a little light. G Adventures already specializes in affordable (and awesome) small-group travelbut sometimes likes to give you an even bigger deal.

“River cruising? Like on one of those massive 200-passenger cruise ships?” No, not like that at all. The brand-new G Adventures river cruising program opens up the interior of some of the world’s greatest places via inventive itineraries down fabled waterways on small boats made for small groups.

Save 30% on River Cruising

Departures: Through Dec. 31, 2016

Book by: July 31, 2016  

Available itineraries (with select dates) include:

  • Ganges River Cruise Experience - 9 days - NOW $1539pp
  • Burgundy River Cruise Experience - 8 days - NOW $1399pp
  • Mekong River Cruise Adventure - 10 days - NOW $1399pp
  • National Geographic Journey - Burgundy by River Barge - 10 days - NOW $1889pp
  • National Geographic Journey - Cruise the Ganges - 12 days - NOW $1749pp

Contact Enjoy Vacationing to book your amazing adventure today!

Why river cruising with G Adventures?

Float down the Amazon, the Ganges, the Mekong, and the canals that feed France’s wine country aboard small, intimate riverboats and barges, and disembark to explore the riverside towns and remote villages on foot or by bike.

Small boats, small groups

With room for 30 passengers tops, you’re on a first-name basis with your shipmates from Day One to the final night. Good things happen in small groups.

Freedom & flexibility

Some meals and activities are built right into the itinerary, others are left open for you to fill up yourself. Structure when you want it, freedom when you don’t.

Active opportunities

Small boats get to the action quicker than big ones. Step off the boat and explore your surroundings on foot, or take one of our complimentary bikes for a spin.

Do some good

Every G Adventures tour puts good back into the world by helping you keep your travel dollars where they belong: with the local businesses that earn them.

Real connections

Get on a first-name basis with your destination by stepping off the boat and meeting the historians, naturalists, storytellers, and regular folk who live there.