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Biodiversity in the heart of the rainforest

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Aerial view of a deep blue river flowing through the rain forest in the Amazon, Brazil
The Aqua Expeditions Aria riverboat navigates a waterway in the Amazon, Peru
Common squirrel monkey sleeping in tree, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador
Aerial view of a deep blue river flowing through the rain forest in the Amazon, Brazil

Luxury Amazon Tours

The Amazon’s 16,000 species of trees represent more than 50 percent of the earth’s rain forests. Reaching into parts of Ecuador, Peru, and Brazil, Amazon travel is a great tie in with a journey into other parts of these countries. Live in rhythm with nature while you become acquainted with the locals, experts, and fantastic flora and fauna on luxury Amazon tours on land and by river.

  • Stay in eco-lodges, waking to a tropical birdsong, then journey into the rain forest along the Madre de Dios River to learn about Peruvian biodiversity.
  • Cruise on a luxurious riverboat, exploring Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, fishing for piranha, and watching for monkeys, three-toed sloths, and caimans.
  • In the Ecuadorian Amazon, visit local communities, learn about medicinal plants, and glide on the Napo River by dugout canoe.
  • Tapajós River is a Brazilian tributary of the Amazon and is characterized by its unusual white sand beaches.

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Amazon Highlights

Woolly monkeys in Amazon, Brazil
Brazilian Amazon
Remote Rainforest Up Close

A vast area, the majority of the mighty Amazon River and surrounding jungle lie in Brazil. There are many areas to explore and we know the best eco-lodges and riverboat charters to take you there.

The Aqua Expeditions Aria riverboat navigates a waterway in the Amazon, Peru
Peruvian Amazon
Life Along the River by Small Ship

Water-based excursions on small, luxurious riverboats may start with Peru’s little-explored Pacaya Samiria National Reserve or with fishing for piranha and watching for monkeys, three-toed sloths, and caimans.

Tourists viewing wildlife in a canoe along Napo River in the Amazon, Ecuador
Ecuadorian Amazon
Rainforest Biodiversity and Culture

Small luxury riverboats slowly navigating the Napo River and comfortable eco-lodges tucked into the rainforest make ideal bases for exploring the area. Visit local communities, learn about medicinal plants, and glide up tributaries by canoe.

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