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Amazon River 7 Night Cruise From $5950

M/V Aqua Amazon Cruise - Iquitos, Peru

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Amazon River Expedition Cruise aboard the M/V Aqua


We highly recommend our seven-night Amazon River Expedition Cruise where you will enjoy our most luxurious and comprehensive Amazon journey and on which you can experience the Amazon River’s three powerful tributaries: the Marañón, the Ucayali, and the Puinahua as well as several hidden black water lakes. Combine this cruise with a pre-departure or post-cruise Peru tour of Machu Picchu, Lima, Cusco, and you have the makings of an unforgettable Peru luxury vacation.


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  • Currencies
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    The Nuevo Sol (New Sol) is the official currency of Peru. One dollar equals about three New Soles. US Dollars are welcomed for payment.

  • Food
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    We offer a world class dining experience about the M/V Aqua with specially selected unique Peru recipes and cuisine. Noted Chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino, one of Peru’s top ten chefs, has created our exclusive menus. Guests aboard the M/V Aqua will enjoy a menu of fresh, delicious Peruvian cuisine (with a bit of continental influence), whether served on board in our elegant dining room or out and about on a luxury cruise excursion in the Amazon jungle. Dinner each evening promises to be a Peruvian culinary feast for the senses, paired with premium South American wines. Please note… if you have special dietary needs, please contact us at least 30 days prior to embarkation. Every effort will be made to cater to your specific dietary requirements, and to accommodate special occasion cuisine requests.

  • How To Get There
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    All our luxury cruises leave from Iquitos, Peru a bustling town which was once a rich center of the rubber industry. Lima is a 1.5 hour flight from Iquitos.

  • Language
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    Spanish is the official language of Peru but fluent english is spoken by most of the staff onboard and the guides.

  • Nearest Major City
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    The ship departs from Iquitos on the shores of the Amazon. Lima, the capital of Peru is the closest large city.

  • Nightlife
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    Some of the excursions are at night. Otherwise you can relax onboard and have a drink on the observation deck. One of the most amazing experiences of the Amazon is to hear the noises from the jungle at night. You will not believe the sounds that some of the inhabitants of the jungle make. It is absolutely mesmerizing.

  • Recommended Packing
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    Life is casual aboard the M/V Aqua. Bring comfortable walking shoes, light-weight long pants and long-sleeved tops for excursions, a wide-brimmed hat, sunscreen, extra socks, mosquito repellant with DEET, and of course, your camera, with charger and extra batteries. Don’t forget to include some items that you can give away to the locals (t-shirts, pens and paper are especially prized). During meals in the dining room we ask our guests to wear casual clothing and shoes. We provide rubber boots for wetland excursions and recommend taking comfortable walking shoes. We also provide waterproof ponchos with hoods to protect against rain. There will be hairdryers available in every suite. Our vessel has 220-volt outlets in the staterooms so you should be able to use your shaver with a converter if necessary.

  • See + Do
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    - River Exploration and Fishing - Explore the Source of the Amazon River - Full-Day Excursion and Picnic Lunch - Monkey and Dolphin Expedition - Excursion to Spot Victoria Regias - Ucayali River Exploration - Night Trip to see Caimans - Jungle Walk and Hatum Posa Village Visit - Pacaya River Exploration Plus Night Trip - Pacaya Exploration and Breakfast on Skiffs - Fishing Trip

  • Time Zone
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    The time in Peru is one hour behind Eastern Standard Time in the United States.

  • visa and legal info
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    Citizens of the countries in the listing below do NOT need to get a visa at an embassy or consulate before entering Peru. A passport valid at least six months longer than you intent to stay in Peru is enough to get a Tourist Visa directly at the border or the airport. Children should travel on their own passport with photo. Below listed countries can get a tourist visa at the airport immigrations or any other Peruvian border without applying for it at an embassy or consulate: North America: Citizens of the United States and Canada Central America: Citizens of most Central American countries (exception Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama) South America: Citizens of all South American countries Europe: Citizens of all countries within the European Union and Switzerland Africa: Only citizens of South Africa Asia: Citizens of Brunei, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan Oceania: Citizens of Australia and New Zealand

  • Weather
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    Visiting Peru: June through November - Low Water Season The Amazon River in Peru has basically has two seasons, a high water season (December through May) and a low water season (June through November). Traveling to Peru in either season offers rich rewards . . . fabulous sites . . . amazing opportunities to view plant and animal life . . . and hot weather with some rainy days here and there. Two key points to remember, as you choose between visiting Peru and the Amazon River in the high water season or during the low water season: there will be some rain whichever season you choose, and you will see spectacular wildlife and plant life, whether you go in the wetter or in the drier season. The Amazon basin is as rich and lush and green as it is because it gets an abundance of rain (12 feet a year on average). In a typical year, the Amazon River rainforest experiences 200 rainy days, which means that there will be days of heavy rain even in the low water season. Visiting Peru: June through November - Low Water Season The Amazon River in Peru has basically has two seasons, a high water season (December through May) and a low water season (June through November). Traveling to Peru in either season offers rich rewards . . . fabulous sites . . . amazing opportunities to view plant and animal life . . . and hot weather with some rainy days here and there. Two key points to remember, as you choose between visiting Peru and the Amazon River in the high water season or during the low water season: there will be some rain whichever season you choose, and you will see spectacular wildlife and plant life, whether you go in the wetter or in the drier season. The Amazon basin is as rich and lush and green as it is because it gets an abundance of rain (12 feet a year on average). In a typical year, the Amazon River rainforest experiences 200 rainy days, which means that there will be days of heavy rain even in the low water season.

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