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Amazon River

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The world’s largest river is filled with mystery and adventure: churning rapids, giant waterlilies large enough to fit a child, alligator-like caimans, narrow tributaries that stretch for miles through the dense rainforest and an incredible variety...more
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Reviewed 1 week ago

After many years of Aristotelian readings and interpretations (like MacIntyre in After Virtue), I read about another McIntyre, a photographer lost in the Amazon. I started to rethink the effectiveness in the light of Chinese thought: meditating on the growth of plants. Elena and I...More

3  Thank paolo_and_elena
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I traveled with Maia Expeditions and had the most amazing unforgettable time of my life. I swam with wild pink dolphins, fished for and ate piranhas. Slept in a hammock in the Amazon Rain Forest and grabbed live caymen out of the water with my...More

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Reviewed July 30, 2018

What everyone has ever heard about the Amazon is true! The diversity of the Amazon and the adventure it provides are unchallenged on this Earth!

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Reviewed July 25, 2018

constant changing experience. peopl;e along river are very nice. rented boat for day. food was amazing and fresh caught.

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Reviewed March 12, 2018

The ship was excellent: the accommodation, the food, the service.... The excursions were interesting but some lacked authenticity: the native village, the farm and the rubber museum felt like Potemkin villages. Overall, we got a very sterilized exposure to the Amazon, or the the Rio...More

2  Thank WorldTravelerBert
Reviewed November 22, 2017

We took a 5 day cruise on the Tucano boat, sold to us via Rainforestcruises.com. This was an awesome experience that deserves 5 stars, but unfortunately it comes with a huge caveat - it's NOT 5 days at all. It's actually only a 2.5 day...More

6  Thank 365d_AroundTheWorld
Reviewed October 23, 2017

We had a 4 day cruise on the Rio Negro on the Premium Clipper. This was very enjoyable. The boat was a good quality with a great room that had everything you wanted - it was very well thought out. Cleaning was excellent - the...More

2  Thank anonofbiggs
Reviewed October 15, 2017

The Amazon leg of the trip is 3 nights, and the Rio Negro leg is 4 nights, this is an all inclusive cruise with excellent rooms, pretty big for a river boat, especially the bathroom we found significantly larger than average for a cruise ship....More

3  Thank evilalta
Reviewed October 11, 2017

I booked a 5 day Amazon Clipper tour and was on the Traditional boat from Monday afternoon to Wednesday noon and then on the Premium boat until Saturday afternoon. Both boats were only booked less than 50% of their capacity. The Traditional boat is an...More

2  Thank GlobetrotterGrl8952
Reviewed August 15, 2017

Took a 4 day cruise on the MS Premium - Amazon Clipper from Manaus. Quality of boat was excellent only 16 cabins ( max 32 guests , with I think circa 12 crew ). Room very spacious and comfortable, shower warm. Food invariably good with...More

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Response from Aafia | Reviewed this property |
February is the start of the rainy season but I wouldn't let that deter me from visiting if February was my only option. It usually rains every day all year anyway and in February, you get to enjoy the Amazon Carnaval.
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