Clipper Amazon Cruise

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3 Days / 2 Nights

Amazon River Cruise

The Amazon River cruise packs all the best parts of this unique and vast region into just three days. Learn about the ecology of the Amazon while snacking on yummy native food and drinks. Be on the lookout for rare and beautiful wildlife such as the caiman and Pink River Dolphins as well as exotic birds and the infamous rubber tree. Experience the Meeting of the Waters and peek into historic port of Manaus, including the fishing docks and domed Opera House.

Note: This is a tour extension, combine this cruise with one of our full package tours.

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From
$ 740
Per Person Pricing Options

We include what others call optional

This tour includes:

  • Excellent local food and drink. Ecology lessons on the Amazon including the famous animals and plants to lookout for.
  • Highlights:

    • Rare and exotic animals
    • Abundant wildlife
    • Historic Manaus
    • Meeting of the Waters

    Amazon Clipper Boat Excursion

    Arrival in Manaus

    Day 1 / Monday

    Transfer from your hotel in Manaus to Amazon Clipper Cruise at 2.00 pm. As you board, enjoy your welcome drink as you listen the guides when tell you about the journey you are about to set off and the vessel.
    After a snack, meet at the leisure room to receive a speech on the basic aspects of the unique and vast Amazon ecosystem and how to preserve it.
    During the evening, you can order a delicious sweet and lemony caipirinha, Brazil's national drink.
    After dinner, while the vessel keeps navigating upstream the Amazon River, you will go on a night safari to discover the nocturnal fauna. Here, using the searchlights, you may be able to spot: caimans (a crocodile specie), sloths, frogs, snakes, and night-hawks.

    Pink Dolphin emerging from water

    Amazonian Birds & River Dolphins

    Day 2 / Tuesday

    Wake up early and hop in the canoe to explore Janauaca Lake and the waking forest. Keep your eyes open for exotic birds and Pink River Dolphins. After breakfast, visit the inhabitants of the lake who rely on the plantations, fishing as well as fruit, rubber and Brazil-nut trees. Try your hand at piranha fishing in the afternoon and try to spot a large flock of egerets. After dinner, explore the forest by canoe for the chance to observe nocturnal animals and gaze upon the millions of stars and constellations of the southern hemisphere.

    Aerial view of the meeting of the waters in Brazil

    Meeting of the Waters & Manaus

    Day 3 / Wednesday

    Enter the Januari Ecological Park in search for the Victoria Regias, one of the biggest aquatic plants in the world. This giant water lilies have a star-shaped flower that blossoms during the night. Explore the mysterious flooded forest by canoe, or stroll along a catwalk, observing wildlife in the trees and water. Enjoy breakfast while boat begins navigation toward the Meeting of the Waters. Upon return to the port of Manaus, take in views of the floating docks and the dome of the Opera House.

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    4 Days / 3 Nights

    Negro River Cruise

    This four day cruise of the Negro River is jam-packed with exciting activities and adventurous destinations. Stops include Anavilhanas National Park, one of the largest fresh water archipelagos in the world, as well as Lago January Ecological Park. Visit a Natives Community and search for Amazonian fruits. Explore hidden rivers by canoe and conclude with the Meeting of the Waters where the Negro and Amazon collide in a colorful display.

    Note: This is a tour extension, combine this cruise with one of our full package tours.

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    $ 1000
    Per Person Pricing Options

    We include what others call optional

    This tour includes:

  • Several stops at some of the top destinations along the Negro River. Canoeing and hiking in search of exotic plants and wildlife. Meals, snacks and drinks.
  • Highlights:

    • Abundant natural wildlife
    • Fun activities and destinations
    • Local snacks and drinks
    • Educational opportunities

    Amazon Cruise

    Arrival in Manaus

    Day 1 / Wednesday

    Depart on to the Rio Negro and enjoy a snack and some fresh fruit juice as the boat heads upstream and the instructors begin a lecture on Amazon preservation and ecology.
    After dinner, commandeer a canoe to explore hidden creeks and waterways for the chance to spot a caiman or a rare bird, and be sure to listen for the sounds of all the nocturnal animals just beginning their day.

    Toucan perched on a tree branch in the Amazon Rainforest

    Anavilhanas National Park

    Day 2 / Thursday

    Set out early in a canoe to explore surrounding waters and look for fruit eating birds such as the parrot and toucan. After breakfast, take a jungle walk to discover many surprising fragrances in leaves, fruits of the nearby woods. Take a swim just before lunch and then prepare for Anavilhanas National Park, one of the world`s largest fresh water archipelagos. Retake to the canoe in the late afternoon to explore the labyrinth of waterways in this wondrous nature park.

    Aerial View of the Anavilhanas Amazon Lodge

    Amazonian Cultural Experience

    Day 3 / Friday

    Wake up early and spend some time fishing for endemic fish, such as the famous piranhas. After breakfast, visit a Natives Community and search for Amazonian to learn about their local culture and view the plantations that make up a huge part of the income the community makes. After lunch head to a white, sandy beach to unwind and swim in the dark water. Explore by canoe and search for exotic wildlife in the afternoon. Lastly, dinner is served as you make way toward the Amazon River.

    Punta Negra Manaus in Brazil

    Janauari Ecological Park & Manaus

    Day 4 / Saturday

    Wake up to explore the Lago January Ecological Park. This is a prime location to observe wildlife and attempt to locate the majestic Victoria Regia. Enjoy breakfast as the vessel navigate to the Meeting of the Waters, the confluence of the light-colored Amazon River and the dark colored Negro River. Lastly, admire the fine views of the Manaus waterfront as you make your way back to the city.

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    6 Days / 5 Nights

    Amazon & Negro River Cruise

    The Amazon and Negro River combined cruise gives you the absolute full Amazon experience. Learn about the ecology of this unique and vast region. Search for rare and beautiful wildlife such as the caiman and Pink River Dolphins as well as exotic birds and the infamous rubber tree. Stops include Anavilhanas National Park, one of the largest fresh water archipelagos in the world, as well as Lago January Ecological Park. Visit a Natives Community and search for Amazonian fruits. Experience the Meeting of the Waters where the Negro and Amazon meet and peek into historic port of Manaus, including the fishing docks and domed Opera House.

    Note: This is a tour extension, combine this cruise with one of our full package tours.

    Download itinerary pdf version

    From
    $ 1480
    Per Person Pricing Options

    We include what others call optional

    This tour includes:

  • Excellent local food and drink. Ecology lessons on the Amazon including the famous animals and plants to lookout for. Several stops at some of the top destinations along each river. Canoeing and hiking in search of exotic plants and wildlife. Meals, snacks and drinks.
  • Highlights:

    • Abundant natural wildlife
    • Fun activities and destinations
    • Local snacks and drinks
    • Educational opportunities
    • Rare and exotic animals
    • Historic Manaus
    • Meeting of the Waters

    Aerial View of the Amazon River

    Arrival in Manaus

    Day 1 / Monday

    Meet in the lobby of Tropical Hotel to depart toward the Amazon River. Board the Amazon Clipper Cruise and enjoy a welcome drink as your guide gives you basic information about Amazon rainforest and the flora and fauna that will surround you. Take in the verdant landscape as the vessel sails upstream the Amazon River.
    After dinner, try to spot a caiman, night-hawk, slot or perhaps some rare snakes and frogs with the help of your guide and your searchlights.

    Aerial View of the Anavilhanas Amazon Lodge

    Piranha Fishing & Fauna Exploration

    Day 2 / Tuesday

    Wake up early and hop in the canoe to explore Janauaca Lake, followed by a walk in the forest. Keep your eyes open for exotic birds and Pink River Dolphins. Return to the vessel to have breakfast before visiting the inhabitants of the lake who rely on the plantations, fishing as well as fruit, rubber and Brazil-nut trees.
    Try your hand at piranha fishing in the afternoon and try to spot a large flock of egrets and Hoatzins. After dinner, explore the forest by canoe for the chance to observe nocturnal animals and gaze upon the millions of stars and constellations of the southern hemisphere.

    Aerial view of the meeting of the waters in Brazil

    Meeting of the Waters

    Day 3 / Wednesday

    Make the most of the final day of the fabulous tour of the Amazon by looking for the Victoria Regia, a giant water lily in the January Ecological Park. Board a canoe to explore the mysterious flooded forest, locally known as 'IgapΓ³.'
    As you reach the city of Manaus, you will see the convergence of the Amazon and the Negro Rivers. The sand-color waters of the first one and the dark waters of the second one run side by side without merging, causing a phenomenon known as 'the Meeting of the Waters.' Pass the port of Manaus where you can admire the floating docks and the dome of the Opera House.
    After lunch, head to the leisure room to assist a leisure to learn about this fascinating ecosystem. After dinner, explore the forest in your canoes and listen to the chorus of birds and frogs with the possibility of observing nocturnal animals.

    Caiman coming out of the Amazon River

    Anavilhanas National Park

    Day 4 / Thursday

    Set out early in a canoe to explore surrounding waters and look for fruit-eating birds such as the parrot and toucan. After breakfast, take a jungle walk to discover many surprising fragrances in leaves, fruits of the nearby woods. Take a swim just before lunch and then head to the Anavilhanas National Park, one of the world`s largest fresh water archipelagos. Retake to the canoe in the late afternoon to explore the labyrinth of waterways of this wondrous nature park.

    Amazon Cruise

    Meeting with a Native Community

    Day 5 / Friday

    Wake up early and spend some time fishing for piranhas and other fish. After breakfast, visit a Natives Community and search for Amazonian fruits like Cupuaçu and Tapereba, palm trees like Açaí, Tucumã and Pupunha. Learn about the health and education situation of the children and the ancestral knowledge the inhabitants have of the rainforests. After lunch land on a white, sandy beach to swim in the dark water, and in the afternoon explore by canoe and search for exotic wildlife.
    As you have dinner, your vessel will follow its course through the Amazon River.

    Punta Negra Manaus in Brazil

    Return to Manaus

    Day 6 / Saturday

    Wake up to explore the Lago January Ecological Park. This is a prime location to observe wildlife and attempt to locate the Victoria Regia, or giant water lilies whose beautiful white star-shaped flowers blossom in the night. Enjoy breakfast as you navigate to the Meeting of the Waters to make your way back to Manaus. Lastly, it's time to return to where your journey began, but there's one last chance to enjoy the fine views of the Manaus waterfront.

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    Traditional Cabin

    Amazon River Cruise $ 740

    Negro River Cruise $ 1000

    Amazon & Negro River Cruise $ 1480

    All cabins provide bunk berth and include private bathroom/shower facilities and air conditioning.

    Premium Cabin

    Amazon River Cruise $ 1030

    Negro River Cruise $ 1370

    Amazon & Negro River Cruise $ 2410

    Bunk berth, private bathroom/shower facilities, air conditioning

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