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and experience the ultimate in nature on this cruise on the Amazon River. The Brazilian city of Manaus is home to one of nature’s strangest occurrences--the 4-mile confluence of the nearly black Negro River with the sandy-colored Solimões River. Called the Meeting of Waters, the two don’t mix, due to their differences in temperature, speed and water density! They join to form the Amazon, at 4,000 miles one of the world’s longest rivers. It is here you will embark upon the Iberostar Grand Amazon, an all-inclusive, super luxury floating hotel, the largest ship specifically built to navigate the Amazon. You will make frequent stops in the Rainforest, with small boats launched for ecological hikes and pink dolphin watching. On your splendor-filled , you will delight in the beauty of the rivers, the local culture, and an abundance of species from one of the crown jewels of Iberostar’s Grand Collection.
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    At Manaus, depart for Manacapuru onboard the Iberostar Grand Amazon, passing by Ponta Negra. Sunset on the upper deck with classical music. Captain’s welcome cocktail with presentation of the officers and crew and safety procedures drill. Welcome dinner in the Kuarup Restaurant. (D)


    Trekking and photo safari in the Manacapuru region or boat excursion through Igarapes and Igapos. Short return to ship. Then continue your trip to Lake Jacaré area. Lunch. Piranha fishing in the Manaquiri Praia Grande or Jacaré Lake region; also observation of local flora and fauna. Enjoy the sunset followed by dinner. Evening boat ride with chance of spotting alligators. Navigation to Lake Janauacá. (B,L,D)


    Enjoy breakfast as the ship nears Janauacá. Early morning sunrise boat ride in the Lake region with opportunity to see birds and the beautiful surroundings filtered by the morning light. Later, another boat excursion through lakes, inundated areas and streams, including a visit to the house of a local. Learn about their way of life on the river, customs and crop-raisings. After lunch, an afternoon boat ride to Janauari area, including a stop at a floating house and the possibility of purchasing local handicrafts. Sunset, followed by Gala dinner. (B,L,D)


    Sunrise at the Meeting of the Waters. After breakfast, disembark at port of Manaus. (B)

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