Iguazu Falls are the most extensive waterfalls in the world. The water-world supports one of the most extraordinarily biodiverse reserves on the planet, feeding an astonishing variety of ecosystems. Further to the north, in the vastness of Brazil, is another focal point of the marriage between land and water – the Pantanal. The extensive diversity of the natural habitats found here are such that the Pantanal shelters an infinite number of species, including exotic birds, prehistoric caimans, and elusive jaguars.
A riverboat cruise takes you westward to Santarem, a town that thrives on the Amazon River. Further west, experience the visually contrasting confluence of the Rio Negro and the Amazon River (or Rio Solimões). This leg of the journey ends in Manaus, once called the “Paris of the Tropics.”Watch Now >>
Your voyage on the Amazon River begins in Belem, where you will board a riverboat that will take you to Marajo Island, the cradle of one of the oldest indigenous Amazonian civilizations.Watch Now >>