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Rio de Janeiro - Manaus city - the Amazon.

This 7 night sample itinerary includes:
  • Flight into Rio de Janeiro and out of Manaus City
  • Airport to hotel transfers
  • 3 nights in Rio de Janeiro
  • Flight Rio to Manaus
  • 1 night in Manaus City
  • 3 nights in an Amazon Lodge with full board and guided tours
  • Breakfast daily (most hotels)
  • Hotel taxes
  • Attention Christmas / New Year 2015 Travelers: Select minimum 4 nights stay in Rio de Janeiro. Most hotels have minimum stay with mandatory check in dates for Carnival, Saturday (Feb14), Sunday (Feb 15) and Monday (Feb 16). Make sure to change/select the number of nights accordingly in your pricing request.

Price history for this itinerary (past 7 days):
From Los Angeles Intl, CA for 7 nights
$2,614 * incl.tax
From Miami FL for 7 nights
$2,336 * incl.tax
Related Cities:
Brazil (75)  Manaus - Amazon (19)  Manaus City (19)  Peruvian Amazon (21)  Rio de Janeiro (58)  
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1. Rio de Janeiro
   (92 hotels)
2. Manaus City
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3. Manaus - Amazon
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3 nights in Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is the most visited city in the southern hemisphere, owing at least partially to the 2,000,000 people that pour into its streets, hotels, clubs and restaurants each year for Rio's legendary Carnival celebration, but any time is a good time to visit Rio, and revelers flock to this exhilarating city to enjoy its stunning vistas, perfect weather, sizzling nightlife, and fabled white sand urban beaches with alluring names like Copacabana, and Ipanema, that evoke samba music, and a uniquly Brazilian sensuality.

Other famous landmarks here include the giant statue of Christ the Redeemer ('Cristo Redentor') perched at the top of Corcavado Mountain, and Rios's most recognizable natural monument, Sugarloaf mountain (Pćo de Aēścar) with its network of cable cars straddling the ocean and the Baia de Guanabara.

Rio has been selected to host, both the final match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and the 2016 Summer Olympics, the first South American country to ever be so honored, so in a city already passionate about sports, especially futball, one could assume that the parties have already started and will continue through 2016, unless that is Brazil wins the World Cup. In that case, all predicitions are off.

Rio de Janeiro is without question a city that people just love to visit, and the reasons for this are as inexhaustible as things to do in this electrifying city, With four and five star accommodations lining Rio's beachfront strips, and stylish boutiques available in its historic Harbor District, Rio make a perfect centaral hub for connections to and from just about all of Brazil's spectacular destinations. Our featured Rio itineraries, can help show you how to link the "Marvelous City," as it is know in Brazil, with the rest of this remarkable country. Samba anyone?


1 nights in Manaus City

Manaus is the capital of Amazonas State, located on the Negro River near its confluence with the Amazon. It is the chief port and a hub for the region's extensive river system.

Once an extremely rich city due to the international rubber trade, but today tourism is Manaus City's primary source of revenue, and its economy is inexorably tied to the Amazon River and its massive rainforests.

It is the gateway and hub for the entire Amazon region in Brazil, and an important stop for travelers en route to river cruises or jungle lodges throughout the area.

With thousands of fish, bird, mammal and reptiles species, and new species being documented all the time, there is an inexhaustible variety of things to do and see.


3 nights in Manaus - Amazon

The massive Amazon River begins at the convergence of the Rio Negro and Rio Solimoes just nearby the city of Manaus in Brazil's Amazonas state. It is here that most Brazilian Amazon adventures begin.

With 20% of the world's fresh water and one third of it living species, The Amazon is far and away the biggest river in the world by volume, accounting for one fifth of the earth s total water flow.

Most visitors are here to explore the most complex eco-system in the world , a biosphere that hosts thousands of fish, bird, mammal and reptiles species, with new ones being documented all the time, and whether you choose a luxury cruise through the Amazon's vast network of tributaries, or a rainforest lodge, the Amazon River offers an opportunity to witness an awesome force of nature.

A visit to the Manaus- Amazon is an unforgettable experience, and our flexible itineraries offer wide range of accommodation choices, and cruises that can be linked to other natural wonders, and exhilarating Brazilian destinations.



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Rio de Janeiro
Day 1
Arrive to Rio de Janeiro
Private Car Airport to Htl in (Zone 1 or 2) Rio
Overnight in Rio de Janeiro    92 hotels offered
Optional   18 Things to do
Day 2
Overnight in Rio de Janeiro    92 hotels offered
Optional   18 Things to do
Day 3
Overnight in Rio de Janeiro    92 hotels offered
Optional   18 Things to do
Day 4
Private Car Htl in (Zone 1 or 2) Rio to Airport
Departing from Rio de Janeiro
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Manaus City
Day 4
Arrive to Manaus City
Private Car Arpt to Hotel in Manaus City
Overnight in Manaus City    7 hotels offered
Optional   4 Things to do
Day 5
Departing from Manaus City
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Manaus - Amazon
Day 5
Arrive to Manaus - Amazon
Overnight in Manaus - Amazon    21 hotels offered
Day 6
Overnight in Manaus - Amazon    21 hotels offered
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Overnight in Manaus - Amazon    21 hotels offered
Day 8
Departing from Manaus - Amazon

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Brazil

With 4,600 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline, and topical temperatures throughout the year Brazil is celebrated for its gorgeous beaches, fabulous culture, exotic landscapes, and legendary Carnival in the "marvelous city", of Rio de Janeiro. Its natural wonders, including Iguassu Falls, the Pantanal National Park, and thousands of sq. miles of Amazon rainforests, host a sensational wealth of biodiversity and make Brazil a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, adventurers and eco-tourists. Its staggering beauty, vibrant people, and distinctive way of life makes Brazil one of the world's most exciting, and memorable vacation destinations.

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Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is the most visited city in the southern hemisphere, owing at least partially to the 2,000,000 people that pour into its streets, hotels, clubs and restaurants each year for Rio's legendary Carnival celebration, but any time is a good time to visit Rio, and revelers flock to this exhilarating city to enjoy its stunning vistas, perfect weather, sizzling nightlife, and fabled white sand urban beaches with alluring names like Copacabana, and Ipanema, that evoke samba music, and a uniquly Brazilian sensuality.

Other famous landmarks here include the giant statue of Christ the Redeemer ('Cristo Redentor') perched at the top of Corcavado Mountain, and Rios's most recognizable natural monument, Sugarloaf mountain (Pćo de Aēścar) with its network of cable cars straddling the ocean and the Baia de Guanabara.

Rio has been selected to host, both the final match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and the 2016 Summer Olympics, the first South American country to ever be so honored, so in a city already passionate about sports, especially futball, one could assume that the parties have already started and will continue through 2016, unless that is Brazil wins the World Cup. In that case, all predicitions are off.

Rio de Janeiro is without question a city that people just love to visit, and the reasons for this are as inexhaustible as things to do in this electrifying city, With four and five star accommodations lining Rio's beachfront strips, and stylish boutiques available in its historic Harbor District, Rio make a perfect centaral hub for connections to and from just about all of Brazil's spectacular destinations. Our featured Rio itineraries, can help show you how to link the "Marvelous City," as it is know in Brazil, with the rest of this remarkable country. Samba anyone?
Manaus City
Manaus is the capital of Amazonas State, located on the Negro River near its confluence with the Amazon. It is the chief port and a hub for the region's extensive river system.

Once an extremely rich city due to the international rubber trade, but today tourism is Manaus City's primary source of revenue, and its economy is inexorably tied to the Amazon River and its massive rainforests.

It is the gateway and hub for the entire Amazon region in Brazil, and an important stop for travelers en route to river cruises or jungle lodges throughout the area.

With thousands of fish, bird, mammal and reptiles species, and new species being documented all the time, there is an inexhaustible variety of things to do and see.
Manaus - Amazon
The massive Amazon River begins at the convergence of the Rio Negro and Rio Solimoes just nearby the city of Manaus in Brazil's Amazonas state. It is here that most Brazilian Amazon adventures begin.

With 20% of the world's fresh water and one third of it living species, The Amazon is far and away the biggest river in the world by volume, accounting for one fifth of the earth s total water flow.

Most visitors are here to explore the most complex eco-system in the world , a biosphere that hosts thousands of fish, bird, mammal and reptiles species, with new ones being documented all the time, and whether you choose a luxury cruise through the Amazon's vast network of tributaries, or a rainforest lodge, the Amazon River offers an opportunity to witness an awesome force of nature.

A visit to the Manaus- Amazon is an unforgettable experience, and our flexible itineraries offer wide range of accommodation choices, and cruises that can be linked to other natural wonders, and exhilarating Brazilian destinations.
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