Exclusive 5-star cruise ships give intensive insights into the life on and along the Amazon River. The Amazon basin includes areas in Brazil, French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia. This mighty river is the richest in water on Earth and the main traffic artery of the surrounding area and for cruise ships. With more than 1,000 tributary streams, the Amazon is the largest river system of world. From the spring of the Amazon in the Andes, Peru, down into the steaming Amazon basin, the tropical rain forest is a true miracle of nature and a wild paradise. Blazing green, bright colors and numerous fascinating creatures turn this untouched jungle into an unforgettable experience on a fantastic cruise. The jungle of the Brazilian Amazon is home to 55,000 flowering plant species and 1,600 bird species that represent this incredible biological diversity and variety. On a single hectare of forest live 100 to 300 different species of trees! A special spectacle is provided by the numerous rivers, some even of oceanic dimensions, which are divided into narrow channels and rapids and form sandbars and river inlets. A river cruise for all those who love the wild nature, and want to snuffle the real jungle feeling! The freedom of the initial travelling days still exists in the region of the Amazon, where every new day feels spent and arouses curiosity in every human encounter. Anyone who resides in the Amazon region, lives directly linked to the nature. To experience life on the banks of the mighty Amazon aboard luxury cruise ships is in itself a tremendous experience. A colorful world full of sounds awaits the arrival of cruise guests. Behold yourself the grandeur of nature and experience this incredible world of fauna and flora. Probably nowhere in the world, can species this rich and exciting be found, than here in the Amazon. The longer one stays on the Amazon, the more he’ll understand how well organized nature behaves: the Amazon is a complex living system. The best climate for Europeans is from May to October. A river cruise on the Amazon River is one of the best trips out there.
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