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Rio de Janeiro - Amazon Clipper Premium Cruise - Salvador da Bahia
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This 10 night sample itinerary includes:
  Hotel for 3 nights in Rio de Janeiro
  Flight from Rio de Janeiro to Manaus City
  Hotel for 1 night in Manaus City
  Pick up at the pier to embark
  3-nights Cruise through the Amazon on-board the Amazon Clipper Premium Cruise. Including: full board, meals and transportation.
  Flight from Manaus City to Salvador da Bahia
  Hotel for 3 nights in Salvador da Bahia
  Saturday departures
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Related Cities:
Rio de Janeiro (64)     Manaus City (16)     Salvador da Bahia (17)     Brazilian Amazon (16)    

Natural Highlights of Brazil!. Combine visits to Rio de Janeiro (is famed for its natural settings, its Carnival, samba, bossa nova, Christ the Redeemer and beaches like Copacabana and Ipanema), after that, a short stay in Manaus City (city located in the heart the world's largest rainforest: The Amazonian, and home to the National Institute of Amazonian Research). From there, embark on a 3-nights Amazon Cruise Adventure on-board the Amazon Clipper. You will experience trips with outboard powered canoes in smaller creeks to see life on the flooded plains, rubber trees, lakes with giant water lilies, watch the birds, visit the local inhabitants and walk in the forest, always accompanied by their expedition guides. Last but not least Salvador da Bahia (the oldest colonial capital in Brazil, known for its Afro-Brazilian culture; explore the churches, colonial architecture and its 30 miles of coastline beaches!). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
Trip Summary
no image 3 nights in Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is one of the most visited city in the southern hemisphere. Any time is a good time to visit this city and enjoy its stunning sceneries, perfect weather, sizzling nightlife, and fabled white sand urban beaches with alluring names like Copacabana, and Ipanema, that evoke samba music, and a uniquely Brazilian style.

Visit the Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf Mountain, Copacabana, Ipanema Beach, Corcovado, Santa Teresa, Escadaria Selaron, Maracana Stadium, Lage Park, Pedra da Gavea, Tijuca Forest, and so much more.
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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. 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.

Visit the Amazon Theatre, Meeting of Waters, Mercado Adolpho Lisboa, Praia da Ponta Negra, Rio Negro Palace, Manaus Botanical Gardens, and so much more!
no image 3 nights - Amazon Clipper Premium - Departs Wed
departing from Brazilian 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, and so much more!
no image 3 nights in Salvador da Bahia

Salvador da Bahia known as Brazil's Capital of Happines, is the oldest colonial capital in Brazil, and it is famous for its Afro-Brazilian culture, early Portuguese colonial architecture,30 miles of coastline beaches, exotic cuisine, fabulous music and Carnival celebration.

Visit the Pelourinho Historic Center, Bay of All Saints, Modelo Market, Lacerda Elevator, Porto da Barra Beach, Rio Vermelho Church of Nosso Senhor do Bonfim, Sao Francisco Church and Convent, and so much more!

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Flexible Itinerary
Rio de Janeiro
Day 1
Arrive to Rio de Janeiro
Overnight in Rio de Janeiro   18 hotels offered
Optional   600 Things to do
Day 2
Overnight in Rio de Janeiro   18 hotels offered
Optional   600 Things to do
Day 3
Overnight in Rio de Janeiro   18 hotels offered
Optional   600 Things to do
Day 4
Departing from Rio de Janeiro
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Manaus City
Day 4
Arrive to Manaus City
Overnight in Manaus City   15 hotels offered
Optional   45 Things to do
Day 5
Departing from Manaus City
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
3 nights - Amazon Clipper Premium - Departs Wed
Day 5 to Day 8

There are several ways to see the Amazon wonders. Amazon Clipper cruises provide you with the opportunity to see and enjoy nature at its fullest in the wonderful environment of the Amazon Rain Forest, especially at dawn and dusk.

You will experience trips with their outboard powered canoes in smaller creeks to see life on the flooded plains, rubber trees, lakes with giant water lilies, watch the birds, visit the local inhabitants and walk in the forest, always accompanied by their expedition guides; the adventure will follow with fishing for piranhas, night trips to see nocturnal animals, views of the floating docks, market and houses on stilts.

Day 1 - Wednesday:

Board the Amazon Clipper and depart towards the Amazon River, while we enjoy a welcome drink and are informed about the routes and facilities. After a snack, we'll meet in the leisure room for lectures about the Amazon, from which we can get a better understanding of the ecology of the Amazon. Before dinner, there will be time to enjoy a caipirinha, Brazil's national drink, while watching the sunset. After dinner, we'll explore the streams and ponds, and with the help of spotlights we'll search for crocodiles and alligators, and sometimes even night-hawks, snakes, sloths and frogs.

Day 2 - Thursday:

Early in the morning we'll explore the rivers and ponds in our canoes and encounter birds that feed on fruits, such as parrots and toucans. After breakfast, we'll leave for a walk through the jungle, discovering surprising fragrances in the leaves, fruits, woods and animals. Around noon we'll return, and before lunch we can go for a swim. In the afternoon, we'll navigate through the Anavilhanas National Park, one of the largest freshwater archipelagos in the world. In the late afternoon, we'll go out in canoes and learn more about the wonderful natural park.

Day 3 - Friday:

Early in the morning we'll spend some time fishing for piranhas and other fish. After breakfast, we'll visit a community where we'll find many typical fruits of the Amazon, such as cupuaçu and taperebá, palms such as açaí, tucumã and pupunha. We'll learn about the preparation of farinha de mandioca (cassava flour) as well as the health and education system of the local children. After lunch, we'll stop at one of the beautiful white-sand beaches to swim in the dark water and watch the pink dolphins. In the late afternoon, we'll explore the area by canoe and observe the wildlife. Dinner will be served on the way towards the Amazon River.

Day 4 - Saturday:

Early in the morning we'll explore the Lake January Ecological Park. This area is generally a great place to observe wildlife and see Vitória Regia, the giant water lilies. While we have breakfast, the boat will begin its navigation towards the "Meeting of the Waters" - a unique spectacle where the muddy waters of the Amazon and the dark waters of Rio Negro flow side by side without mixing for several miles. Making the trip back, we'll pass by Manaus, observing the floating docks, the market, the old customs house, and the Opera dome, arriving around 11:30 on the Pier of Tropical Hotel. 

Changes in Routing: Amazon Clipper reserves the right to change itineraries without consulting or warning participants of the tour, depending on the natural conditions prevailing at the time, such as weather conditions or river water level. The Captain has full authorization to modify itineraries in the interest of the passengers and the safety of the vessel, and to ensure the better enjoyment of the trip. During Rainy Season (May to July) and Dry Season (October to December) peak periods, occasional floods or severe drought may occur causing some lodges to reschedule or replace activities/tours. E.g.: walking tours may only be done by boat or may even be replaced by other options (rainy season); longer walks with detours from river banks to lodges or other areas may be required including bridges over mud puddles or springs (dry season).

Your 3-night cruise includes:

Accommodation

English speaking guide

All meals scheduled on board

Tours and service in regular basis according to the program

Transfer to/from airport or any other hotel in the city

Not included:
Alcoholic beverages and personal expenses .

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Day 5
Arrive to Brazilian Amazon
Overnight in Brazilian Amazon   17 hotels offered
Day 6
Overnight in Brazilian Amazon   17 hotels offered
Day 7
Overnight in Brazilian Amazon   17 hotels offered
Day 8
Departing from Brazilian Amazon
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Salvador da Bahia
Day 8
Arrive to Salvador da Bahia
Overnight in Salvador da Bahia   21 hotels offered
Optional   66 Things to do
Day 9
Overnight in Salvador da Bahia   21 hotels offered
Optional   66 Things to do
Day 10
Overnight in Salvador da Bahia   21 hotels offered
Optional   66 Things to do
Day 11
Departing from Salvador da Bahia

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1.Rio de Janeiro (18 hotels)
2. Manaus City (15 hotels)
3. Package from Brazilian Amazon
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3 nights - Amazon Clipper Premium - Departs Wed
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4. Salvador da Bahia (21 hotels)
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Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most visited city in the southern hemisphere. Any time is a good time to visit this city and enjoy its stunning sceneries, perfect weather, sizzling nightlife, and fabled white sand urban beaches with alluring names like Copacabana, and Ipanema, that evoke samba music, and a uniquely Brazilian style.

Visit the Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf Mountain, Copacabana, Ipanema Beach, Corcovado, Santa Teresa, Escadaria Selaron, Maracana Stadium, Lage Park, Pedra da Gavea, Tijuca Forest, and so much more.
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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. 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.

Visit the Amazon Theatre, Meeting of Waters, Mercado Adolpho Lisboa, Praia da Ponta Negra, Rio Negro Palace, Manaus Botanical Gardens, and so much more!
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Brazilian 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, and so much more!
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Salvador da Bahia
Salvador da Bahia known as Brazil's Capital of Happines, is the oldest colonial capital in Brazil, and it is famous for its Afro-Brazilian culture, early Portuguese colonial architecture,30 miles of coastline beaches, exotic cuisine, fabulous music and Carnival celebration.

Visit the Pelourinho Historic Center, Bay of All Saints, Modelo Market, Lacerda Elevator, Porto da Barra Beach, Rio Vermelho Church of Nosso Senhor do Bonfim, Sao Francisco Church and Convent, and so much more!