AMAZON EXPEDITION CRUISES
~ AMAZON ODYSSEY EXPEDITION CRUISE ~
The Amazon Odyssey explores some of the most essential areas to observe the wildlife and culture of the rainforest. Our journey ventures into both the Rio Negro and the Amazon River.
DAY 1 MANAUS | RIO NEGRO
Afternoon depart and voyage north on the Rio Negro
DAY 2 ANAVILHANAS ARCHIPELAGO
Excursions into the rainforest during the day and at night.
DAY 3 RIO NEGRO
Excursions in the forest during the day, at night travel downstream toward the Amazon River.
DAY 4 RIO NEGRO | AMAZON
Afternoon voyage to the meeting of the world’s two greatest rivers: the Amazon River and The Rio Negro. In the evening cruise upstream on the
DAY 5 MANAUS
~ VOYAGE TO THE HEART OF THE AMAZON ~
This is a true expedition voyage and we explore far into the wilderness into some of the most untouched rainforest in all of the Amazon.
DAY 1 - 3
In our well equipped expedition boat The Motor Yacht Tucano, we explore far up the least inhabited river in the Amazon, The Rio Negro. We explore the forest by foot or in our launches, go for swims in the cleanest water in the world, visit with local settlers that live deep in the forest, and spend a great deal of time hunting for and observing the greatest collection of wildlife on earth.
We arrive at extraordinary river called the Rio Jauaperi and spend the day in this unspoiled and lovely rainforest area.
Today we will voyage to the west side of the Rio Negro and continue to scout in our launches and walk in the forest. We will explore according to the weather and water depth areas rarely visited by anyone else. Tonight the M/Y Tucano goes downstream and river depth permitting, will enter an east bank affluent of the Rio Negro and explore on deep into the rainforest on this small river. After our nocturnal exploration of the rainforest in our launches and we return to the Motor Yacht Tucano for “Caipirinha Night” on and perhaps try a bit of samba on the top deck. (BLD)
We begin the day with a dawn excursion hunting for wakening wildlife followed by a full Brasilian breakfast. We will then go one last time into the forest. In the mid-afternoon we will begin to journey downstream to arrive late in the day at the “Encontra das Aguas” a stark several mile long line where two of the world’s largest rivers, the Amazon and the Rio Negro join in a turbulent maelstrom. Here the dark water of the Negro runs beside the opaque brown water of the Amazon. At sunset the M/Y Tucano will once again turn her bows upstream on the Rio Negro and journey to our overnight anchorage north of the City of Manaus. Tonight we will have a farewell dinner and prepare for an early departure in the morning. (BLD)
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