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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 of wildlife.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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

1  Thank evilalta
Reviewed 1 week ago

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

Thank GlobetrotterGrl8952
Reviewed 15 August 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

1  Thank ptetard1
Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

Booked a two week cruise to celebrate our ruby wedding, flying to Barbados and then cruising down the coast of Brazil to the mouth of the Amazon and then down the river as far as Manaus. Nothing prepares you for the sheer size of this...More

4  Thank Gillivy56
Reviewed 23 September 2016

I was in Manaus, last August, with no ideas on what to do and where to go. A local guide suggested me to invest less than a week to explore the deep, deep Amazon jungle, at the border with the Roraima state. The best advice!...More

5  Thank chiara574
Reviewed 6 March 2016

Swimming with the wild fresh-water dolphins, viewing the flora and fauna of the rain forest, navigating the waters of a flooded forest, passing by floating villages, visiting an indigenous community, and lunching in a floating restaurant were all included on a day trip on the...More

4  Thank Aafia
Reviewed 13 August 2015

Our party of nine rented a simple, but adequate, riverboat and took a three day cruise on both the Rio Solimões and Rio Negro with Amazonia Expeditions. Our guide, Rafael, was knowledgable, friendly and funny. What a pleasure to spend time with him. He listened...More

4  Thank rpcvtraveler75
Reviewed 4 April 2015

My father in law decided to take the family (guys) on a fishing trip and I was to choose the place and set the whole thing up. This floating cabins, private water, etc seemed to be the way to go. I was very disappointed in...More

3  Thank texan_8
Reviewed 20 February 2015

We started our Amazon river experience out of Manaus aboard the "Amazon Clipper". An oversized house boat capable of handling 16 passengers. Out of Manaus we cruised up the Amazon till there was virtually no visible civilization left. I was surprised how many people did...More

11  Thank Rieser
Reviewed 28 October 2014

We spent 6 nights travelling along the Amazon River from Belem to Manaus on the Amazon Star Ferry. The cabin was small with bunk beds and a small fridge but the beds were comfortable and bedding was provided. The attached bathroom was rusty but worked...More

17  Thank Lynn J
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Katherine D
29 August 2016|
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.