Heritage Line launches exclusive agent offer for Vietnam & Cambodia cruises

Heritage Line launches exclusive agent offer for Vietnam & Cambodia cruises
Edited by Travel Weekly

    Heritage Line is offering registered travel agents based in Australia and New Zealand an opportunity to experience its Southeast Asian sailings first-hand – and bring a guest – for US$180 (AU$270) per person, per night.

    Available for 2023 sailings between June and September, agents can save on a holiday exploring either Lower Mekong between Vietnam and Cambodia, or northern Vietnam’s iconic Halong Bay or Lan Ha Bay.

    “Southeast Asian river cruising is certainly trending among Australian and New Zealand travellers, and this rare offer is the ideal opportunity for agents to enjoy a personal holiday, with a partner or guest, whilst enhancing their personal knowledge of Heritage Line’s opulent designer vessels and the remarkable destinations we visit ahead of the August launch of our Upper Mekong itineraries and new vessel, Heritage Line ANOUVONG,” Heritage Line’s director of sales and marketing, Andreas Schroetter said.

    Lan Ha Bay (Supplied)

    Lower Mekong: Agents can select a 7-night Lower Mekong cruise from Saigon in Vietnam to Siem Reap in Cambodia – or vice versa – for the rate of US$180 per person, per night. Agents preferring a shorter Lower Mekong escape can take advantage of the same discounted rate on three-night sailings between Saigon and Phnom Penh (or vice versa), and four-night sailings between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh (or vice versa).

    Travel agents exploring the Lower Mekong on board the Heritage Line THE JAHAN can discover the brand’s interior design, local cuisine, accommodation, onboard spa treatments and expert presentations as they meander along Mekong. All meals onboard and daily guided group shore excursions are included in the fare, together with a selection of experiences ranging from culinary events to sunrise rooftop yoga, depending upon the selected itinerary.

    Halong Bay and Lan Ha Bay: Travel agents interested in Halong Bay and Lan Ha Bay in northern Vietnam, can choose from one or two-night itineraries. The six-suite Heritage Line VIOLET explores Halong Bay, whilst the culinary-themed 12-suite Heritage Line GINGER and 10-suite wellness-focused Heritage Line YLANG sail itineraries in Lan Ha Bay.

    Lang Halong Bay Crusing Ship, Vietnam (Supplied)

    This limited offer is available upon request for all Halong Bay and Lan Ha Bay departure dates until 30 September, and for Lower Mekong departure dates listed on Heritage Line’s website here. Bookings must be made with Heritage Line directly at reservation@heritage-line.com.

    New incentive offer

    In addition to this exclusive familiarisation deal, Heritage Line is also launching an exciting agent incentive. Every travel agent booking a cruise via this limited time offer will be entered into a draw to win:

    • 1st prize: US$500 voucher for an Upper Mekong cruise (new destination)
    • 2nd prize: US$250 voucher for an Upper Mekong cruise (new destination)
    • 3rd prize: US$100 onboard credit for your travel agent familiarisation sailing

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