Rainforest Cruises Offers Discounted Fall Amazon River Voyages

Rainforest Cruises is offering its last minute deals on a number of Amazon River cruises this fall. Rainforest cruises is offering discounts on its tours for several regions of the Amazon.

Peruvian Amazon

An Amazon River Cruise in Peru will take guests on the Pacaya- Samiria National Reserve, a protected area of some five million acres of flooded forests, one of the most biologically diverse areas on earth and home to Amazonian species such as pink river dolphins, giant otters, macaws, sloths and caiman.

The 31-passenger riverboat, La Amatista is a wooden Amazon River vessel built by Amazon carpenters and shipwrights. Amenities aboard include international and local cuisine, an observation point on the boat’s upper deck equipped with a full service bar, cabins that are air-conditioned and hot water in the private bathrooms.

With savings of up to $1000 per person on selected four-day and six-day cruises aboard La Amatista, guests can enjoy itineraries that allow them to swim with river dolphins and visit the canopy walkways of the Yarapa River's Tree House Project.

Four-Day Cruise 
Was $1,630, now $935. Top Deck Cabin

Six-Day Cruise
Was $2,240, now $1,240. Top Deck Cabin

Departures: Four-Day Oct. 7; Six-Day Oct. 5 

Brazilian Amazon

Tours on the Amazon River in Brazil explore the Amazon Ecological Corridor, or Central Amazon Biosphere Reserve, 49 million acres of protected habitat. 

The M/V Desafio is a classical schooner that has only 12 cabins onboard. The vessel was recently refurbished. Travelers ca save $300 per person on a four-day cruise aboard this vessel.

Four-Day Cruise:
Was $1,975 now $1,675. Twin Upper Deck Cabin
Was $1,595 now $1,295. Twin Lower Deck Cabin

Departures: Four-Day Oct. 9, 23

Ecuadorian Amazon

Despite being one of the smaller South American countries, Ecuador is home to a huge variety of species, many of them endemic, making it an ideal destination for an Amazon River cruise filled with wildlife-spotting opportunities.

The 40-passenger Anakonda Amazon Cruise is the only superior, boutique riverboat operating in Ecuador’s Amazon region. Operating in the upper basins of the Napo and Aguarico Rivers, around Limoncocha Wildlife Reserve and Yasuni National Park - Ecuador’s largest protected animal reserve - the knowledgeable guides are willing to share their wealth of information about the Amazon's tropical rainforest and the many indigenous communities that inhabit the area.

Guests can access the Anakonda's concierge service, whereby guests can request itinerary activities they would like to do depending on weather conditions and timing. The activities can be included. Guests will also have the opportunity to spend an optional night camping in the jungle in luxury tents with comfortable beds, rustic furniture and service, including gourmet meals, champagne and hot showers.

Save 10 percent per person on four and five-day expedition cruises aboard the Anakonda.

Four-Day Cruise
Was $1,995 now $1,796. Deluxe Suite

Five-Day Cruise   
Was $2,495 now $2,246. Deluxe Suite

Departures: Four-Day Oct. 26 & Nov. 16, 23; Five-Day Nov. 26

Notes:
Prices quoted are per person in double occupancy accommodation
Offers are valid for new bookings only and subject to availability

For more information, visit www.rainforestcruises.com.

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