Rainforest Cruises Offers Itineraries Into the Central Amazon Conservation Complex

Rainforest Cruises, a boutique travel company specializing in Amazon River cruises and riverboat tours, is offering cruises with longer itineraries taking passengers deep into the Brazilian Amazon, Central Amazon Conservation Complex, one of only two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in all of Amazonia.

Rainforest Cruises offers two seven or eight-days cruises to allow passengers to sail the Central Amazon Conservation Complex.

Seven or eight-day ‘Voyage to the Heart of the Amazon’ on board the Tucano

Passengers on this expedition have access to trained guides and a crew and more than 20 years of cruise operations' experience. Rates are from $3,299 - $4,099 depending on cabin style and cruise duration.

Eight-day ‘Jauaperi - Xixuaú Cruise’ on board the Awapé or Jacaré-Açu

A cruise on one of the traditional sister riverboats Awapé or Jacaré-Açu offers scenery viewing, wildlife-spotting opportunities and adventure activities. Guests can snorkel dive, swim with pink dolphins, try parasailing and stay overnight in a jungle camp. Boat selection depends on availability and the number of passengers. Rate are from $2,299.

For more information, visit www.rainforestcruises.com

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