Cruise the Peruvian Amazon

November 3-12, 2017
From $5,295 per person*

Cruise the Peruvian Amazon itinerary

Amazon jungle

Piranha fishing



Monkey island


Dolphins in the river

The mystery of the Amazon has fascinated explorers and naturalists for centuries and today, it is central to worldwide preservation initiatives. A cruise on the Peruvian Amazon will introduce you to fascinating indigenous people and the region’s amazing bio-diversity. Spend two nights in Lima exploring the Larco Archaeological Museum and other historic highlights. In Iquitos, join a deluxe river ship for a remarkable cruise to places only accessible by boat. Visit a primate rehabilitation sanctuary and a fascinating Bora village. See a favorite feeding spot for the boto, the famous pink river dolphin. Learn about the unique flora and fauna under the rainforest canopy on a field trip with an expert naturalist. See parrots, hawks and monkeys in Peru’s largest wildlife reserve and try your hand at piranha fishing. Local guides provide colorful narrative during included excursions, and lecturers showcase the region’s geography, wildlife and culture. This expertly crafted journey features an extensive meal plan that includes wine with dinner.

*Based on double occupancy; airfare not included

For more information, or to book, please visit our page on AHI Travel here.

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