Guest Lounge on the Belmond Lilas.
Glide through Alsace on Belmond’s new 8-passenger Barge.
Photo Credit: Inge Moore
Toast a tropical sunset with sand between your toes, cruise the rivers of France with a small group of friends or family on a luxurious barge, delve into sacred South American sites or experience the thrill of vintage rail travel. Belmond hotels, trains, cruises and safaris combine world-class luxury with a sense of pioneering adventure to create unique experiences you’ll never forget.
Belmond whisks you into the golden age of travel. Slide back your compartment door to cabins draped in plush fabrics. Crisp white tablecloths set the scene for evenings of exquisite fine dining. Crystal glassware catches the light as you toast your adventure in the bar. Spreading across South America, Europe and Asia, our celebrated trains spirit you to some of the world’s most exciting destinations in unforgettable style.
There’s nothing so romantic as a river cruise. A Burgundy boat trip calls for stops at sun-soaked vineyards, ancient chateaux and picture-postcard villages. Marvel at gold-tipped temples topping the emerald banks of the Ayeyarwady River as you glide through Myanmar. Whatever you chose, sleek design, warm-hearted service and bespoke cuisine are the order of the day.
Answer the call of the wild with an unforgettable African adventure. Elephants parade across the plains against the Botswana sunrise. Predators kick up plumes of dust. Birds flock against approaching thunderstorms. The setting sun brings startling pink skies. With indulgent and elegant rooms, feasts of local delicacies and camps perfectly positioned for game spotting, Belmond safaris sizzle with savannah magic.
South America’s first luxury sleeper train, Belmond Andean Explorer, passes through the Cusco region of Peru, during its journey between Arequipa, Lake Titicaca and Cusco.
The train cuts through some of the most breathtaking scenery in Peru and features 24 cabins, Peruvian cuisine by Executive Chef Diego Munoz, an elegant piano bar and outdoor observation car.
Photo credit: Matt Crossick