Amazon Discovery Luxury River Cruises Will Include Free Airfare
Rainforest Cruises, the operator of Amazon Discovery, is Florida-based company that is fully licensed and bonded and specialises in Amazon River cruises and riverboat tours.
Its new 43-passenger Amazon Discovery launches this month and its five-star features include gourmet dining and a spa that offers stone massages, soothing wraps and coffee-cacao scrubs.
There is also a plunge pool and open-air sun deck with cushioned chaises longues and a shaded bar, plus an air-conditioned lounge with floor-to-ceiling windows for taking in the jungle views.
Activities include an expedition along the black-waters of Tahuayo River to a spot where pink river dolphins feed, and skiff excursions into Pacaya Samiria - the largest wildlife preserve in Peru.
The cruises also visit the start of the Amazon River, where the Ucayali and Marañon Rivers merge, and there are guided jungle walks, visits to traditional villages and the chance to meet the ribereños river people whose lives revolve around the river.
On-board activities include expert talks from naturalists, Peruvian cooking classes and nightly local entertainment.
Jeremy Clubb, director of Rainforest Cruises, says: "The Amazon Discovery is the most luxurious small cruiser on the Peruvian stretch of the river.For travellers who want to immerse themselves in the amazing world of the Amazon, and do so in comfort, this new launch is not to be missed."
To celebrate the launch of Amazon Discovery, Rainforest Cruises is offering free return domestic flights with LAN airlines between Lima and Iquitos (average cost around £180) for every seven-day Amazon Discovery 2016 cruise booked before 31 December.
Four-day trips start from £1,319 per person, and seven-day cruises from £2,549 per person for departures in 2016, with all food and local drinks included. International flights are extra.