April 12 – 20, 2019 & April 19 – 27, 2019
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October is National #ChooseCruise Month!
To celebrate, everyone who registers for the Netherlands Waterway Cruise in October will receive a free shore excursion to the world-famous Keukenhof Tulip Gardens! Offer applies only to new bookings made between 10/1/2018 – 11/15/2018.
From the tulips at Keukenhof to the windmills at Kinderdijk, to the world-famous waterways, there is no better way to see the Netherlands. And, nothing is more unforgettable than the Netherlands in the Spring. The colors and sights are vibrant and inviting. Everywhere you look the country is full of life.
Discover what makes the country, also known as Holland, so memorable. Visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, cruise past tulip fields in North Holland where acres of reds, yellows, and pinks brighten the landscape. Cruise through the Ijsselmeer and rivers and waterways past peaceful towns, and charming countryside. Throughout the cruise, see many examples of windmills and enjoy a guided tour to The UNESCO site of Kinderdijk to see the 19 working windmills.
Relax onboard with family and friends as this 7-night cruise includes everything for a great vacation.
WHY CRUISE THROUGH HOLLAND WITH WITTE?
The Price is Right
It’s hard to beat a good deal. This all-inclusive tour provides accommodations, meals, sightseeing and flights.
A Diverse Itinerary
This Netherlands river cruise takes you on the river Ijssel through the Dutch canal and lock system. Sail through six provinces on waterways not accessible to larger cruise ships. This intimate view of the country offers a chance to truly explore the lands of Holland.
34 Years of Excellence
With decades of experience, the Netherlands Waterway Cruise continues to be improved upon year after year. So come and travel with us; we are experts on the Netherlands! Witte Travel & Tours even has staff in Amsterdam.
Frequently Asked Questions
Each year the Netherlands Waterway cruise is slightly different, but the frequently asked questions stay the same. What is the best way to get money, will I need an adapter, an electrical converter or both, are just some of them.