South American River Cruises

These rivers will be sure to give you the thrill you're looking for.

Amazon

A cruise in the Amazon is the perfect opportunity to explore South America in all its mysterious beauty. Discover enchanting cultures and eclectic landscapes as you travel the colossal continent – Ecuador and Chile to the west, Argentina to the south, and Brazil to the east. Watch in awe as you journey through the Amazon’s untouched jungle landscape, explore spectacular coastlines and be fascinated by the wild variety of flora and fauna that flourishes within.


On an Amazon cruise the chance to explore these exciting South American countries, cultures and landscapes with adventurous shore excursions is yours. Discover Iquitos in Peru or Leticia in Colombia. Explore the iconic Amazon River, Jutai, and seize the opportunity to witness the pristine beauty of Brazil.


Amazon cruises offer you wide range of routes and itineraries in order to see South America in all its beauty. Many culminate in the Atlantic estuary, before continuing on to Miami, USA, & the Caribbean – your chance to prolong your dream South America cruise holiday.

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Santarém, Brazilfrom
AU$ 1683
Santarém is located between two rivers, the Amazon and the Rio Tapajós. Santarém area is as diverse as they come! On one part of the city is the noisy jungle where howler monkeys and parrots concert, the beach in the nearby Alter do Chao on the other hand is a place of rest and relaxation.
Manaus, Brazilfrom
AU$ 1683
Manaus is the capital of the Brazilian state of Amazonia, and is situated on the Rio Negro, a few kilometers from the mouth of the Amazon. It is possible to find a variety of monkeys and birds in the surrounding jungle. Furthermore, Manaus offers sights of interesting buildings from the rubber boom period.
Parintins, Brazilfrom
AU$ 1683
Parintins is, with 100,000 inhabitants, the second largest city in the state of Amazonas in Brazil. The city is located on Tupinambarana Island. The 'Amazonian Ox Dance Festival' takes place at the end of June each year and a colorful parade, with costumed dancers, winds through the city.
Boca da Valeria, Brazilfrom
AU$ 1683
Boca da Valeria is a traditional river village with 75 inhabitants. Here you can experience traditional Brazilian life and customs and meet the people in traditional dress. The jungle site and the largest freshwater reservoir on Earth are particularly fascinating.
Alter do Chão, Brazilfrom
AU$ 5431
Alter do Chão is a small town on the Rio Tapajos, Brazil. The former fishing village is located just 40 miles from Santarem, and is a popular seaside resort. Lago Verde, a special natural spectacle, is situated in the town: the lake's water changes colour throughout the day, from a deep blue to emerald-green.
Amazon Riverfrom
AU$ 1683
The Amazon River is the longest river in South America and is one of the longest in the world. Although more popularly known as a Brazilian river, it also passes through the nations of Colombia and Peru, forming an integral part of the Amazon Rainforest.
Amazon

South American river cruising is well-known for it’s fascinating scenery and cultures. Embark on an exciting cruise along the Amazon river and witness the breath-taking views which South America has to offer. Between the lush rain forests, snowcapped mountains and towering waterfalls, there is no doubt you will be overwhelmed by the natural beauty of the area.