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Amazon Cruise from Belém to Iquitos aboard HANSEATIC nature ship

15.950€ 18.590€ 14% off

About this cruise

Embark on an exciting 23-day cruise in Amazonas, starting from Belém and sailing to Iquitos aboard the HANSEATIC nature ship. Discover enchanting destinations in Brazil, Colombia, and Peru during your voyage.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (15.950€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

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Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/04/2025 - 27/04/2025 - 37.180€ 40.580€ 54.580€
07/04/2025 - 25/04/2025 - 31.900€ 35.300€ 49.300€

Cruise Route

Day 3: Belém (Pará), Brazil. Departure time: 20:30. Belém is the economic center of the North with around 1.4 million inhabitants and is also the capital of the Brazilian state of Pará. The port of Belém is the largest in the entire Amazon and is about 125 km away from the Atlantic Ocean. In the beautiful, almost 400-year-old city there are magnificent churches, a zoo, a botanical garden, the very interesting "Ver-O-Peso" market, the Basilica "Nossa Senhora de Nazaré" as well as many beautif.

Day 4: Sea day.

Day 5: Guajará (Amazonas), Brazil. Guajará is a small city located in the state of Amazonas, Brazil. It is known for its abundant biodiversity and dense rainforests, making it an ideal destination for nature lovers and adventurers. The surrounding area offers many opportunities for hiking, birdwatching, and exploring the Amazon River. With.

Day 6: Alter do Chão (Pará), Brazil. The small fishing village of Alter do Chao is only a half-hour drive from the city of Santarém, which has a population of 270,000. The stunning area surrounding the city is characterized by unique beaches, extensive sand dunes, and abu.

Day 7: Parintins (Amazonas), Brazil. The Brazilian city with a population of 50,000 is located near the capital city Manaus in the state of Amazonas. The town is situated on the island of the same name on th.

Day 8: Parintins (Amazonas), Brazil. The Brazilian city with a population of 50,000 is located near the capital city Manaus in the state of Amazonas. The town is situated on the island of the same name on th.

Day 9: Parintins (Amazonas), Brazil. The Brazilian city with a population of 50,000 is located near the capital city Manaus in the state of Amazonas. The town is situated on the island of the same name on th.

Day 10: Manaus (Amazonas), Brazil. The capital of the Brazilian state of Amazonas is located in the north of the country on the banks of the Rio Negro and is surrounded by a paradise-like rainforest. Manaus was built in the 17th century by the Portuguese military. Due to the industrial boom of the city in the late 19th century, ports, marketplaces, monuments, and magnificent buildings were constructed on the island. The city is known for the production of rubber an.

Day 11: Manaus (Amazonas), Brazil. The capital of the Brazilian state of Amazonas is located in the north of the country on the banks of the Rio Negro and is surrounded by a paradise-like rainforest. Manaus was built in the 17th century by the Portuguese military. Due to the industrial boom of the city in the late 19th century, ports, marketplaces, monuments, and magnificent buildings were constructed on the island. The city is known for the production of rubber an.

Day 12: Sea day.

Day 13: Jutai (Amazonas), Brazil. Jutai is a region in the Amazon area in South American Brazil. The jungle landscape is extremely impressive. The village of the same name is located at the foot of the Amazon and is mostly inhabited by Native Americans. They mainly live off rubber production. During a visit to the village, one can learn more a.

Day 14: Jutai (Amazonas), Brazil. Jutai is a region in the Amazon area in South American Brazil. The jungle landscape is extremely impressive. The village of the same name is located at the foot of the Amazon and is mostly inhabited by Native Americans. They mainly live off rubber production. During a visit to the village, one can learn more a.

Day 15: Jutai (Amazonas), Brazil. Jutai is a region in the Amazon area in South American Brazil. The jungle landscape is extremely impressive. The village of the same name is located at the foot of the Amazon and is mostly inhabited by Native Americans. They mainly live off rubber production. During a visit to the village, one can learn more a.

Day 16: Leticia (Amazonas), Colombia. Leticia is the southernmost city in Colombia and the capital of the Amazonas Department. The city is also located directly on the Amazon River. Many tropical fish are sold from here for aquariums around the world. Particularly worth seeing is the nearby Amacayacu Nat.

Day 17: Leticia (Amazonas), Colombia. Leticia is the southernmost city in Colombia and the capital of the Amazonas Department. The city is also located directly on the Amazon River. Many tropical fish are sold from here for aquariums around the world. Particularly worth seeing is the nearby Amacayacu Nat.

Day 18: Pevas, Peru. Before the Peruvian settlement of Pevas, the Amazon River turns southeast towards Brazil. Here, many indigenous people still live in their wooden huts, which can only be reached from the river. There is no road leading out of Pevas, only paths into the depths of the fa.

Day 19: Pevas, Peru. Before the Peruvian settlement of Pevas, the Amazon River turns southeast towards Brazil. Here, many indigenous people still live in their wooden huts, which can only be reached from the river. There is no road leading out of Pevas, only paths into the depths of the fa.

Day 20: Pevas, Peru. Before the Peruvian settlement of Pevas, the Amazon River turns southeast towards Brazil. Here, many indigenous people still live in their wooden huts, which can only be reached from the river. There is no road leading out of Pevas, only paths into the depths of the fa.

Day 21: Iquitos, Peru. Arrival time: 07:00. Peru`s largest city east of the Andes is located in the middle of the tropical rainforest on the Amazon River. Iquitos has flourished in recent years thanks to oil, timber industry, and tourism, and has several restored Art Nouveau houses. Besides the backdrop of houses built on stilts on the Amaz.