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Highlights From 21 Epic Days on a Swan Hellenic Expedition Cruise: Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Djibouti and Socotra
Highlights from 21 days of adventure on Swan Hellenic’s SH Diana expedition cruise ship, in Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Djibouti and Socotra.
A 21-day expedition cruise from the Suez Canal to the Indian Ocean is an opportunity to see less-travelled places and embrace new adventures.
For women, the benefits of small ship travel include sustainability, access to less-travelled places and a more personalized experience that includes safety and hygiene.
A small ship expedition to Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands is an opportunity to witness some of the world’s most spectacular wildlife, while learning first-hand about evolution and adaptation.
In Ecuador’s Amazon, adventure awaits with pink dolphins, piranhas and tarantulas that blend into the night.
Cultural expedition cruise company Swan Hellenic is offering incredible discounts for solo women on several expeditions in 2023.
Swan Hellenic wants solo women to embrace the opportunity to ‘see what others don’t’, with an all-inclusive, luxury approach to cruising.
Four magical experiences along the Danube River on an Avalon Waterways Christmas Markets river cruise, from Passau to Vienna.
Travel tips for women taking their first river cruise, including tipping, etiquette, room size, weather and packing tips.
There’s nothing like Christmas Markets in iconic European cities like Prague, Munich, Vienna and Regensburg to help us feel festive.
Travel Over 80 contributor Diana Eden shares her thoughts on why a river cruise might be the perfect way to travel for women over 80.
Barge travel as all the makings of a female-friendly encounter. Evelyn Hannon writes about her experience cruising the waterways of Burgundy, France.
The plan was to meet the ship in Hamilton Harbour and spend Friday night onboard in preparation for an early departure to Montreal on Saturday morning. The Algoma Strongfield would continue to Quebec City, another 24 hours of sailing.
While her girlfriends were fighting the crowds of Christmas shoppers in their downtown malls, Evelyn Hannon was gliding down the Danube River on a river cruise.
Evelyn’s ‘slowed down’, luxurious travel experience onboard a barge floating don the French Nivernais Canal.