- THE TASTES OF BRAZIL
Unique to each of its diverse regions, Brazilian cuisine takes varying cues from European, African, and indigenous cultures. In the Amazon, native influences reign supreme in dishes like Maniçoba, a hearty meal made with meats that are salted, dried, and smoked then mixed with boiled Manioc leaves and served with farina on festive occasions. Another local favorite is escabeche, which is made with freshwater fish that is marinated then fried to perfection.
- THE SIGHTS ALONS THE AMAZON
Drifting down the Amazon River is no sleepy cruise, but a constant sensorial experience. While sitting on the deck, travelers can listen to the birds and baboons calling out, spot alligators or pink dolphins in the water, or simply breathe in the aroma of flowers in bloom.
- THE LUXURIES OF THE AMAZON
The Amazon may be lush and thriving, but few destinations along its riverbanks offer views and experiences with such grandeur as the Grand Amazon.
- THE BEST TIME TO GO
It would not be called a rainforest without some rain, so depending on what guests want to see, any time of the year guarantees rewarding options. While the lowest humidity levels are between June and November, some of the best wildlife spotting happens between December and March.