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India's Golden Triangle and the Sacred Ganges

13 Day Cruise from New Delhi to Kolkata

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13 Days
1 Country

India

8 Cities

New Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Kolkata, Kalna, Matiari, Murshidabad, Mayapur

31 Meals

12 Breakfast Buffets, 7 Dinners, 10 Lunchs, 1 Welcome Dinner, 1 Farewell Dinner

Comfortable

Mainly 2 and 3 night stays in each location. Comfortable travel days with numerous stops. Requires walking to participate in top sites.

Average group size 120 passengers

Uniworld River Cruises

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Ganges Voyager II

The ship's spacious suites are a serene sanctuary, with beautiful hand-painted murals and all the comforts of a five-star hotel. All suites have a cozy sitting area and a French balcony with floor-to-ceiling glass doors. A bed dressed in soft linens, with a choice of pillows. Your roomy bathroom has a rain shower, comfy robes and slippers, and spa-quality bath products. Other high-end amenities include a generous amount of closet space, under-bed storage, a flat-screen television with a wide selection of on-demand movies, individual climate control, glass bottled water replenished daily, fresh fruit and flowers upon arrival, makeup mirrors, and universal electrical plugs.

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Complex and beguiling, India is a country unlike any other. Wondrous sights rich in romance and intrigue come alive in the “Golden Triangle”—Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra. Delhi’s immense red sandstone marble tomb, commissioned by Emperor Humayun’s grief-stricken wife, will capture your heart, while Raj Ghat, a black granite memorial to the “Father of the Nation,” Mahatma Gandhi, will stir your soul. Jaipur’s Pink City and Agra’s Taj Mahal, a grand tribute to love, will leave you forever mesmerized.

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Day-by-day itinerary

Day 1

New Delhi

Arrive at New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport. If your cruise/ tour package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the Oberoi New Delhi hotel.

New Delhi

Day 2

New Delhi

India’s sprawling capital city is colorful, confounding, and captivating. Your expertly led city tour provides an ideal first foray into this fascinating land. To cap your day taking in the sights of scenic New Delhi, relax this evening over a delicious dinner at the Oberoi.

New Delhi
Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Dinner
Featured Excursions
India’s Capital City with Rickshaw Ride to Old Delhi

Travel down the broad boulevards of New Delhi, laid out early in the 20th century after the British moved the capital of the Raj from Kolkata to Ne...

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Day 3

New Delhi, Transfer to Agra

This morning you will check out of your New Delhi hotel and head south via motorcoach to Agra, the site of Shah Jahan’s best-known building project, the exquisite Taj Mahal. You’ll visit the Taj Mahal this afternoon and stay for sunset, as the monument’s changing colors draw comparisons to the shifting mood of the late Emperor’s wife.

New Delhi, Transfer to Agra
Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Lunch
Featured Excursions
Majesty and Grace—the Taj Mahal at Sundown

Arrive this afternoon at the luxurious Oberoi Amarvilas. Relax over lunch there and then check into your room, where you will be delighted to disco...

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Day 4

Agra, Transfer to Jaipur

Is the Taj Mahal best seen at sunset or sunrise? It’s an impossible question to answer, so Uniworld guests have the rare pleasure of experiencing both. Wake up early this morning to see the white marble monument aglow with the rosy tinge of dawn. You’ll spend your next two nights at the beautiful Oberoi Rajvilas. The luxury hotel sits on 32 acres of landscaped gardens and is built around an ancient Shiva temple.

Agra, Transfer to Jaipur
Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner
Featured Excursions
Early Morning at the Taj Mahal

Awake early in the morning for a return visit to the Taj Mahal, which will take on the rosy pink tints of sunrise as you arrive. The gates open as ...

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Featured Excursions

Day 5

Jaipur

Pink is the color of hospitality in Rajasthan, which gives you an idea of what to expect in the “Pink City” of Jaipur.

Jaipur
Included Meals Breakfast Buffet
Featured Excursions
Jaipur—Rajasthan’s Princely City and Amber Fort

Today you'll tour the Amber Palace, followed by a visit to another of Jai Singh II’s architectural projects, the Jantar Mantar, a UNESCO Worl...

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Day 6

Jaipur, Fly to Kolkata (Embark), Cruising the Ganges River

Settle into your beautifully appointed suite aboard the Ganges Voyager II in Kolkata.

Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Welcome Dinner

Day 7

Kalna

Kalna, once an important trade port on the river, is best known today for the magnificent Hindu temples built by the maharajas of Bardhaman— which you’ll experience today. After marveling at the astonishing Rajbari temple complex, you may opt to walk with your guide through the colorful local market.

Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner
Featured Excursions
India’s “Temple City”

Stroll along the streets of Kalna as you head to the Rajbari temple complex. The Pratapeshwar Temple, built in 1849, is embellished with exceptiona...

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Featured Excursions

Day 8

Matiari

Your ship serves as a time machine today, transporting you hundreds of years into the past, as we travel to the authentic artisan village of Matiari.

Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner
Featured Excursions
Matiari Master Craftsmen with an Introduction to Brass

Artisans have been making ornamental brass objects— vases, lamps, figurines, platters—in Matiari for more than a century, so it’s...

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Featured Excursions

Day 9

Murshidabad, Baranagar

Today’s adventures take you to a duo of Bengali towns—Murshidabad and Baranagar—each one boasting surprising and beautiful architectural monuments closely linked to the ruling families of the area.

Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner
Featured Excursions
Visit to Murshidabad City, Ride by Buggy to Katra Mosque, and Visit to Baranagar Village

Climb aboard a horse-drawn buggy for a ride to Katra Mosque, built in 1723 by the first nawab, Murshid Quli Khan, who gave his name to the town. T...

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Featured Excursions

Day 10

The Ganges, Khusbagh, Mayapur

One of the world’s most sacred bodies of water, the Ganges River flows through a myriad of small villages and highly populated cities throughout India and Bangladesh. Take in the remarkable scenery as you sail and be on the lookout for a rare sighting of the endangered Ganges river dolphin. Also today, watch as a skilled practitioner of mehndi demonstrates how the intricate henna patterns are created, and discover the meanings of the traditional motifs.

Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner
Featured Excursions
Khusbagh Walk

Khusbagh, which literally translates to “Garden of Happiness,” is the garden-graveyard of the Nawabs of Bengal. Several historic rulers...

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Featured Excursions

Day 11

Mayapur, Chandannagar

Few places of worship exist on such a head-spinning scale as what you will witness today in Mayapur, the center of the international Hare Krishna movement and home to the new Temple of the Vedic Planetarium, still under construction. Most students of history know a thing or two about the British colonial powers in India, but few are aware that the French had colonies here as well. You’ll visit this former French outpost today.

This evening, enjoy a Farewell dinner and take in a lively cultural dance performance, complete with music and dancing.

Mayapur, Chandannagar
Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Farewell Dinner
Featured Excursions
Hare Krishna Complex and Temple of the Vedic Planetarium

As the ship comes into sight of Mayapur, look for the new Vedic temple currently under construction. Funded in part by Alfred Ford, great-grandson ...

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Featured Excursions

Featured Excursions
India’s French Colonial Heritage

“Liberté, Egalité et Fraternité.” These words, the famous slogan of the French Revolution, are inscribed on the ga...

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Featured Excursions

Day 12

Kolkata

The city of Kolkata is synonymous with the enduring legacies of Mother Teresa and the colonial-era British Raj, both of which you will get better acquainted with today.

Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner
Featured Excursions
Kolkata City Tour with Visit to the Flower Market

Continue this morning with a panoramic tour of Kolkata’s city center. The first stop? A visit to the captivatingly colorful Flower Market. Lo...

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Featured Excursions

Featured Excursions
Kumartuli Visit (Potter’s Colony) And Colonial Sites

After lunch, you’ll venture to Kumartuli, a traditional potters’ neighborhood that specializes in making intricate clay idols, for a lo...

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Featured Excursions

Featured Excursions
NGO "Calcutta Rescue" Visit

This morning, you’ll visit the local NGO Calcutta Rescue, which serves the area’s underprivileged children. They provide much-needed se...

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Featured Excursions

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Mother Teresa’s Home and Tomb

She came to India in 1929, after growing up in Macedonia and joining a Loreto nunnery in Ireland, and two decades later she founded her own order, ...

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Day 13

Kolkata (Disembark)

Your incredible Indian adventure ends early this morning, as you disembark and transfer to the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport for your flight home or extend your journey with an optional extension to Varanasi.

Included Meals Breakfast Buffet, Lunch

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Featured Excursions
India’s Capital City with Rickshaw Ride to Old Delhi

Travel down the broad boulevards of New Delhi, laid out early in the 20th century after the British moved the capital of the Raj from Kolkata to Ne...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
Majesty and Grace—the Taj Mahal at Sundown

Arrive this afternoon at the luxurious Oberoi Amarvilas. Relax over lunch there and then check into your room, where you will be delighted to disco...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
Early Morning at the Taj Mahal

Awake early in the morning for a return visit to the Taj Mahal, which will take on the rosy pink tints of sunrise as you arrive. The gates open as ...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
Jaipur—Rajasthan’s Princely City and Amber Fort

Today you'll tour the Amber Palace, followed by a visit to another of Jai Singh II’s architectural projects, the Jantar Mantar, a UNESCO Worl...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
India’s “Temple City”

Stroll along the streets of Kalna as you head to the Rajbari temple complex. The Pratapeshwar Temple, built in 1849, is embellished with exceptiona...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
Matiari Master Craftsmen with an Introduction to Brass

Artisans have been making ornamental brass objects— vases, lamps, figurines, platters—in Matiari for more than a century, so it’s...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
Visit to Murshidabad City, Ride by Buggy to Katra Mosque, and Visit to Baranagar Village

Climb aboard a horse-drawn buggy for a ride to Katra Mosque, built in 1723 by the first nawab, Murshid Quli Khan, who gave his name to the town. T...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
Khusbagh Walk

Khusbagh, which literally translates to “Garden of Happiness,” is the garden-graveyard of the Nawabs of Bengal. Several historic rulers...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
Hare Krishna Complex and Temple of the Vedic Planetarium

As the ship comes into sight of Mayapur, look for the new Vedic temple currently under construction. Funded in part by Alfred Ford, great-grandson ...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
India’s French Colonial Heritage

“Liberté, Egalité et Fraternité.” These words, the famous slogan of the French Revolution, are inscribed on the ga...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
Kolkata City Tour with Visit to the Flower Market

Continue this morning with a panoramic tour of Kolkata’s city center. The first stop? A visit to the captivatingly colorful Flower Market. Lo...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
Kumartuli Visit (Potter’s Colony) And Colonial Sites

After lunch, you’ll venture to Kumartuli, a traditional potters’ neighborhood that specializes in making intricate clay idols, for a lo...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
NGO "Calcutta Rescue" Visit

This morning, you’ll visit the local NGO Calcutta Rescue, which serves the area’s underprivileged children. They provide much-needed se...

See More
Included in Trip
Featured Excursions
Mother Teresa’s Home and Tomb

She came to India in 1929, after growing up in Macedonia and joining a Loreto nunnery in Ireland, and two decades later she founded her own order, ...

See More
Included in Trip

Authentic Dining

Meals onboard prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients

12 breakfasts, 10 lunches, 9 dinners

Welcome and Farewell Gala Dinners

Complimentary house wine, local spirits and beer, soft drinks, tea and coffee will be served throughout the cruise. Onshore lunches include complimentary coffee and tea. Onshore dinners include complimentary house wine, local beer, soft drinks, coffee, and tea

Excursions

10 days of excursions, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts

Accommodations

7-night cruise in a riverview stateroom on the elegant Ganges Voyager II

Lavishly appointed riverview suites with private balconies

2 nights in New Delhi at The Oberoi New Delhi (or similar)

1 night in Agra at The Oberoi Amarvilas (or similar)

2 nights in Jaipur at The Oberoi Rajvilas (or similar)

Experiences

10 days of excursions, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts

Cruise: Asia, Egypt, and Peru

Uniworld sails rivers in Asia, Egypt, and Peru 

  • Official Languages: Khmer (Cambodia), Arabic (Egypt), Hindi (India), Spanish (Peru), Vietnamese (Vietnam) 

  • Capital Cities: Phnom Penh (Cambodia), Cairo (Egypt), New Delhi (India), Lima (Peru), Hanoi (Vietnam). 

  • Time Zones 

  • Currencies: 
    Cambodia: Cambodian Riel (KHR) ៛  
    Egypt: Egyptian Pound (EGP) E£  
    India: Indian Rupee (INR) ₹  
    Peru: Peruvian Sol (PEN) S/  
    Vietnam: Vietnamese Dong (VND) ₫ 

Dining  

When dining onboard, you’ll be treated to world-class cuisine made from fresh ingredients, locally sourced from the destinations you visit. 

Complimentary Beverages  

  • Vietnam & Cambodia: Complimentary house wine, local spirits and beer, soft drinks, tea, and coffee will be served throughout the cruise. Onshore lunches include complimentary soft drinks, coffee, and tea. Onshore dinners include complimentary house wine, local beer, soft drinks, coffee, and tea. 

  • India: Complimentary house wine, local spirits and beer, soft drinks, tea, and coffee will be served throughout the cruise. Onshore lunches include complimentary coffee and tea. Onshore dinners include complimentary house wine, local beer, soft drinks, coffee, and tea. 

  • Egypt: Complimentary house wine, local beer, soft drinks, tea, and coffee will be served during lunch and dinner onboard. 

  • Peru: Complimentary house wine and beer, spirits, soft drinks, tea, and coffee are served between 6 AM and 11 PM throughout the cruise. Onboard meals include complimentary house wine and beer, soft drinks, coffee, and tea. Onshore lunches and dinners include complimentary soft drinks, coffee, and tea. 

Gratuities 

Gratuities for all onboard personnel including the ship staff, crew, and Cruise Manager, are included. 

Curated Excursions 

Complementary and comprehensive shore excursions led by local English-speaking experts designed to provide the best possible experiences ashore. 

Scheduled Airport Transfers 

Complementary airport arrival and departure group transfers provided for flights that meet guidelines. 

When dining onboard, you’ll be treated to world-class cuisine made from fresh ingredients, locally sourced from the destinations you visit. 

Complimentary Beverages  

  • Vietnam & Cambodia: Complimentary house wine, local spirits and beer, soft drinks, tea, and coffee will be served throughout the cruise. Onshore lunches include complimentary soft drinks, coffee, and tea. Onshore dinners include complimentary house wine, local beer, soft drinks, coffee, and tea. 

  • India: Complimentary house wine, local spirits and beer, soft drinks, tea, and coffee will be served throughout the cruise. Onshore lunches include complimentary coffee and tea. Onshore dinners include complimentary house wine, local beer, soft drinks, coffee, and tea. 

  • Egypt: Complimentary house wine, local beer, soft drinks, tea, and coffee will be served during lunch and dinner onboard. 

  • Peru: Complimentary house wine and beer, spirits, soft drinks, tea, and coffee are served between 6 AM and 11 PM throughout the cruise. Onboard meals include complimentary house wine and beer, soft drinks, coffee, and tea. Onshore lunches and dinners include complimentary soft drinks, coffee, and tea. 

Gratuities 

Gratuities for all onboard personnel including the ship staff, crew, and Cruise Manager, are included. 

Curated Excursions 

Complementary and comprehensive shore excursions led by local English-speaking experts designed to provide the best possible experiences ashore. 

Scheduled Airport Transfers 

Complementary airport arrival and departure group transfers provided for flights that meet guidelines. 

All Uniworld river cruises require a passport with at least two blank pages for entry stamps. Must be valid for at least six months beyond the conclusion of your trip. 

Visa Requirements: Access the latest entry requirements for all your destinations with our user-friendly Destination Entry Guide. Powered by CIBT, the leading authority in travel visas and US passports; check back as often as you like before your trip to ensure you have everything you need before you depart.

  • Cambodia: Cambodia has a tropical climate with a distinct rainy season from May to October and a dry season from November to April.  

  • Egypt: Egypt generally experiences a desert climate with hot summers and mild winters, characterized by low humidity and little rainfall.  

  • India: India has a varied climate, ranging from tropical in the south to temperate in the north, with monsoon rains from June to September.  

  • Peru: Peru features diverse climates, including coastal deserts, highland mountains, and Amazon rainforest regions, with variations in temperature and precipitation. 

  • Vietnam: Vietnam has a tropical monsoon climate, with a wet season from May to October and a dry season from November to April, influenced by the monsoon winds. 

Baggage Allowance 

Baggage storage space onboard is limited. For their own comfort and convenience, Uniworld requests guests bring one (1) suitcase per person and one (1) carry-on bag per person (excluding purses). Airline baggage restrictions change frequently. Guests should check on the specific air carrier’s website for limitations concerning baggage weight, baggage size, carry-on regulations, and excess or overweight baggage charges. 

Luggage Limits for Included, Internal Flights 

  • Egypt: For flights within Egypt, passengers are allowed one (1) checked bag weighing no more than 50 pounds and one (1) carry-on bag weighing no more than 17 pounds. 

  • Peru: For intra-Peru flights, passengers are allowed one checked bag weighing no more than 50 pounds and one carry-on bag weighing no more than 17 pounds. 

  • Vietnam & Cambodia: For intra-Vietnam and intra-Asia flights, only one (1) suitcase per person can be checked, and it must weigh no more than 44 pounds total per person (not per bag). Each checked bag should have dimensions not exceeding 62 linear inches. 

  • Packing Tips for a River Cruise 

  • Packing for a river cruise will vary depending on the duration of the trip, the time of year, and the activities planned. Here is a general packing list to help you get started: 

  • A valid and current passport. 

  • A copy of your travel insurance and any necessary travel documents. 

  • Your Cruise Travel Companion, easily accessible should you need to reference it. 

  • Attire is more casual due to the region’s warmer temperatures. Comfortable, lightweight clothing in lighter colors is strongly recommended.  

  • Comfortable walking shoes with good ankle support. You will participate in a significant amount of walking over uneven terrain during your time ashore.  

  • A lightweight waterproof jacket (preferably a hooded one) for all seasons, or even a heavier weight windbreaker for colder temperatures.  

  • To enter the temples and other holy sites, guests should ensure that their shoulders and knees are covered.  

Destination Specific Packing Tips 

  • Packing for Peru: Quick drying and lightweight clothing, lightweight long pants and rain gear, long-sleeved tops for jungle excursions, wide-brimmed hat, extra socks, and a bathing suit.  

  • Packing for an India, Vietnam or Cambodia: Quick drying, lightweight clothing, and a bathing suit if you’d like. Casual and cool attire is appropriate for evening wear. Sport jackets and cocktail dresses are not required.  

  • Packing for Egypt: Quick drying, lightweight clothing, and a bathing suit if you’d like. Casual and cool attire is appropriate for evening wear. At least one “smart casual” outfit for the Gala Reception. Sport jackets and cocktail dresses are not required.  

Laundry Services Onboard 

The ships provide washing, drying, and ironing services for a fee. The Mekong Jewel, sailing in Vietnam and Cambodia, will have a self-service launderette however all other ships do not have a self-service launderette or dry-cleaning facilities onboard.

Electrical Currency on Asia, Egypt, and Peru Ships 

  • Egypt and Peru: Voltage is 220V/50Hz in all hotels and onboard the ship. To use any electrical product from the U.S., you will need a 3-pin plug adapter and a voltage converter. 

  • India: Voltage is 220V/50Hz in all hotels and onboard the ship. On the ship, outlets that accommodate both 110V and 220V appliances are available in the suites.  

  • Vietnam & Cambodia: Voltage is 220V/50Hz in all hotels and onboard the ship. On the ship, outlets that accommodate both 110V and 220V appliances are available in the suites. In addition, you will need a two-round-pin-type plug adaptor in Cambodia, and a three-flat-pin-type plug adaptor in Vietnam. 

Using a Hair Dryer Onboard 

Every stateroom or suite bathroom is stocked with a hair dryer, bath and body products, and a luxurious bathrobe for each guest. 

Air Conditioning  

Every stateroom and suite has an individual thermostat for air-conditioning and/or heat. 

Connecting to the Internet & Wi-Fi 

  • India: Internet service may not always be available in some places the ship sails through.  

  • Egypt: Internet connection might not be available in remote areas or when transiting locks.  

  • Peru: There is no mobile or wireless network coverage outside of the city of Iquitos. There is no Wi-Fi or Internet connection on the ship.  

  • Vietnam & Cambodia: Internet connection might not be available in remote areas.

Included, once-in-a-lifetime experiences arranged privately for Uniworld guests. All shore excursions are carefully coordinated to the ship’s daily schedule.  

  • Egypt: Group shore excursions are led by the Egyptologist 

  • Peru: Group shore excursions are led by a naturalist guide 

  • Vietnam & Cambodia: Group shore excursions are led by local experts 

Masterpiece Collection (Additional, Optional Experiences) 

Uniworld’s curated Masterpiece Collection of optional excursions go above and beyond the included experiences and are available for an additional charge.

We highly recommend having travel insurance that covers medical expenses while abroad. 

Spa Treatments & Massages While Cruising* 

Spa treatments and massage services are available onboard the ship.  

Special Dietary Needs 

Please notify GET or Uniworld if you have special dietary concerns or considerations that need to be considered while traveling. Uniworld staff will do their best to ensure that your request is accommodated, but GET cannot guarantee that requests can be met in all cases.  

Mobility Concerns 

Passengers must advise GET at time of booking of any physical, medical, or other special needs that require accommodation.  

Uniworld does not employ staff nurses or doctors onboard its ships, nor can they provide personal medical or mobility devices (such as wheelchairs, hearing aids, or prescription eyeglasses) or services of a personal nature (such as pushing a wheelchair or assistance in eating, toileting, or dressing). A companion capable of providing such assistance must accompany any passenger who requires services of a personal nature. Please note, embarkation/disembarkation facilities may not be navigable using wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, or the like. As well, excursions often include rough terrain, extensive walking over cobblestone streets, uneven pavement, or stairs. 

Traveling with Medications 

In accordance with international laws, no over-the-counter medications are available on Uniworld ships. Pack a plentiful supply of any medication you may need while on vacation. Click the link to learn more about traveling with medications 

 *Available on select ships. Additional fee for spa services.

Gratuities for onboard and onshore personnel, ship staff, crew, Cruise Manager or Egyptologist, local experts, drivers, are included during the cruise as well as on any pre- or post-cruise land extensions. 

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