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South America: Brazil

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Cruise code V45920241021
21 Oct 2024
from $13,738.27
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Cruise itinerary

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    Tuesday, 22 October 2024 06:00 - 06:30
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Manaus

Manaus

Manaus, the heart of Brazilian Amazon rainforest, is an exceptional fusion between uncontaminated nature and urban liveliness. This city, located at the confluence of Negro River and Solimões River, is the ideal starting point for Manaus cruises. It offers travelers the unique opportunity to explore the largest rainforest in the world. Its privileged position makes it a destination not to be missed for those who want to venture deep into the Amazon rainforest.


THE CULTURAL CHARM OF MANAUS
Not only is Manaus a starting point for exploring the jungle, but it is also a melting pot of culture and history. The Amazonas Theathre, with its Renaissance facade and its opulent interior, attests the city's prosperous past during the rubber boom. Visitors can enjoy world-class perfomances at this historic theater, immerse themselves in the rich cultural tradition of the region. The city also offers museums that tell local history and indigenous traditions, further enriching the travel experience.

Cruises that stop in Manaus give access to unique nature experiences. Starting from the excursion to the Encounter of the Waters, where the clear jet-black colour of the Negro's waters meet the clearer Solimões' waters or tours into the Amazon rainforest that allow you to admire unique flora and fauna up close, each activity is an unforgettable adventure. The proximity to nature e the opportunity to take part into ecological excursions make Manaus an ideal destination for adventure and biodiversity lovers.


LIFE ON BOARD DURING THE CRUISE
Opting for a cruise that includes Manaus means choosing a trip that combines comfort and adventure. On board, while navigating towards the Amazon rainforest, passangers can enjoy all the modern
comforts they need in order to prepare themselves to explore the jungle or immerse themselves in local cultures. Cruises often offer conferences and activities that enrich the knowledge of the area making your trip both a time for relaxation and an opportunity to learn and discover.
Choosing a cruise that stops in Manaus allows you to live a travel experience full of excitement, adventure and cultural discovery. It is a unique opportunity to explore one of the most diverse and fascinating ecosystem on Earth while experiencing the comfort and pleasure of a cruise.

Macapa

Macapa

Parintins

Parintins

Santerem

Santerem

Macapa

Macapa

Macapa

Macapa

Natal

Natal

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro (whose name means January River in Portoguese) is a city in Brazil and the capital of the homonymous confederate state. Its population is almost 6,186,710 inhabitants (according to 2009 IBGE census), and its surface is 1,256 km2 while the population in the metropolitan area is almost 12 million habitants. Rio is the Brazil's second largest city after São Paulo and it was the capital of the state from 1763 until 1960, after Salvador da Bahia and before Brasilia.
The city is famous for its tourist attractions including: the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema, Art Nouveau statue of Jesus called Cristo Redentor located on Mount Corcovado, the Pão de Açúcar (Sugar Loaf) with its cable car, and its annual carnival, the most famous in the world. In Rio de Janeiro there is the largest forest within an urban area, theTijuca forest.