Brazil's Amazon
Who: Couples, Honeymoons, Families, Groups and Solo Travellers

7 Days

From £2,340pp

Will and Alexandra are here to help give you the inside track.

Channel your inner explorer on this adventure to the Amazon rainforest. This week-long trip takes you into the heart of the jungle, exploring the city of Manaus, canoeing through lily pad-filled rivers and fishing for piranhas in the glossy Rio Negro. All while staying in a remote riverside lodge.

Itinerary at a Glance:
  • Stay in a stylish lodge in the depths of the Amazon rainforest
  • Go piranha fishing in the Rio Negro
  • Discover rare wildlife such as the pink river dolphin

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All of the holidays we create are completely tailor-made to you

This sample itinerary is intended to give you a flavour of what we can do
Day 1: Fly to Brazil

Your flight leaves London in the morning and arrives into Miami in the afternoon. You then have a two-and-a-half-hour layover until your flight to Manaus in Brazil. It's a 17-hour trip in total so don't forget to charge the iPad, download the in box set and perhaps take a copy of Jacques Cousteau's Calypso for inspiration.

On arrival into Manaus, a private chauffeur transfer will be waiting to take you into the city to your hotel. It's late so we suggest bunking down in preparation for tomorrow.

Why not start your trip in ultimate luxury and book club class? We have fantastic business class rates with most of the airlines that fly to South America.
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Day 2: Manaus

After breakfast, meet your private guide for a whirl around the Amazon's most famous city.

Hop on a boat and head out onto the Solimoes River until its coffee-coloured water merges with the dark, glossy Rio Negro (literally translated as Black River). After experiencing this natural spectacle (the first of many) stop off at the ecological park to witness the Vitoria Regia, a lake blossoming with giant water lilies. Take a trip to the bustling municipal market full of fresh fruits and herbs while nearby you can explore the floating docks, a buzzing hub of colour and activity. Last but not least, you can visit the renaissance opera house, a glorious example of the city's opulence during the late 19th century's booming rubber industry.

Day 3: The Amazon

This morning a transfer will take you to your stylish outpost, immersed in the great Amazon rainforest.

From here you can explore its archipelago of wild islands and the awesome Rio Negro. Spend the rest of afternoon relaxing in your bungalow or unwind by the river with an icy G&T. After the sun sets, why not go for an evening jaunt - take a canoe out in search of the resident caiman, whose eyes shine like fireflies in your torchlight.

Day 4 & 5: River Wild

Brazil's heartland offers some of the most rewarding natural spectacles on the planet, all of which you can discover with a naturalist guide.

Make sure to wake up at sunrise one day to watch the amber light melt over an awakening jungle. The river's mirror-like black water is the centre point of Amazonian life, harbouring exotic animals and rich vegetation. In the rainy season, when the kapok trees are up to their branches in water, you can cruise up to weird and wonderful creatures such as opossums, river otters and sloths. The dry season brings venturesome hikes into the woodland where you'll also find indigenous tribal villages. You can go exploring in search of the elusive pink dolphin and fish for piranhas (a surprising delicacy).

Additional Activities

  • Learn about medicinal plants
  • Take an archery lesson from an expert instructor
  • Go canoeing on the Rio Negro
  • Boat tours
Day 6: Homeward Bound

Say goodbye to the jungle and this morning, a transfer will take you to Manaus airport in good time for your four-hour flight to Sao Paulo - a reminder of how big Brazil is! You then connect on to your late evening flight to the UK which takes 11-and-a-half-hours.

Day 7: Arrive in the UK

Your flight arrives into London in the afternoon.

All of the holidays we create are completely tailor-made to you

This sample itinerary is intended to give you a flavour of what we can do
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A Rough Idea of Price

While all of our holidays are completely tailor-made and prices will vary based on things like time of year and level of accommodation, we want to give you as good an idea of how much this itinerary will cost.

This Itinerary

If you would like to book the itinerary mentioned above, with economy flights, during mid-season and staying in our preferred room category at our preferred hotels.

From

£2,750pp

Bare Necessities

If you would like to pare back the above itinerary by travelling at non-peak times, staying in a standard room and removing some or all of the guided activities.

From

£2,340pp

Bells & Whistles

If you are looking for something extra special, we can discuss with you upgrading your accommodation, flights or activities.

From

£3,300pp

The guide prices shown are designed to provide you with a broad indication of how much to budget for your trip. There are a number of factors which will influence the price; these include the standard of accommodation, the season, the class of flights, the airline used and the level of private guiding versus shared excursions.

Will and Alexandra are our experts for this itinerary and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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