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Amazon and Machu Picchu

Amazon and Machu Picchu


March 14 to March 26, 2021

From $7,295 Per Person

From the treetops of the dense rainforest to the depths of blackwater tributaries, the mysterious Amazon River Basin, one of Earth’s most exotic natural realms and the largest rainforest ecosystem, is an unforgettable and once-in-a-lifetime travel experience. The longest navigable river in the world, the Amazon winds more than 4000 miles from its source in the Andes Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean, and its tributaries fan out over millions of square miles to sustain the lush flora and extraordinary fauna of this fragile bionetwork. Explore the boundless diversity of nature’s most wondrous offerings, including delicate orchids, transparent glass frogs, pink river dolphins and vast array of incredible birds in this avian paradise. Join us for this phenomenal natural history voyage aboard this ideal small expedition river vessel, uniquely designed to be the deluxe, all-Suite Zafiro Ship one of a limited number of passenger vessels permitted to navigate this portion of the Peruvian Amazon, the remote tributaries and serpentine blackwater rivers. Offering an up-close and personal experience in the world’s most biodiverse, remarkable pristine rainforest, in an authentic atmosphere of exploration, the ship cruises past the confluence of the Río Ucayali and Río Marañón,the legendary inception of the Amazon River. Lisen as primeval calls of birds and wildlife beckon you and echo across the rainforest.

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