One of the many natural wonders of Brazil is the meeting of the Rio Solimoes and the Rio Negro. It is a junction of waters from which the Rio Amazonas is formed, located near the metropolitan center of Manaus. The Iberostar Grand Amazon offers all-inclusive luxury in a floating hotel for people looking to journey deep into nature’s most remote places and experience a totally different kind of adventure.
Packages with Iberostar Grand Amazon Cruises:
Departure days: The 4-day river cruise always starts on Fridays, the 5-day river cruise on Mondays, and the full 8-day Amazon experience on both Mondays and Fridays.
All Inclusive Package
During your Grand Amazon cruise all meals are included, expanding to almost all beverages and entertainment. Also included are a variety of excursions with specialized English-speaking guides such as nature hikes, dolphin and wildlife observation, visiting local villages, and boat rides through the flooded rainforest.
- Excursions (in-group with an English-speaking guide)
- Overnight: Iberostar Grand Amazon, Cabin with balcony
- Port tax, tourist tax
- Breakfast, lunch, dinner, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and minibar
- Lectures about the Amazon, board entertainment, and amenities (pool, gym, etc.)
Not included: Spa treatments, telephone calls, laundry service, and medical services.
The cruise ship Iberostar Grand Amazon consists of 5 decks, that show the comfort and elegance of a 5-star hotel. The ship offers 72 cabins, each with a private balcony and views out onto the water and the rainforest, plus two ample royal suites located on the prow. Both the suites and the cabins are equipped with full bathrooms, a double bed or two individual beds, TV with DVD, hair dryer, air conditioning, coffee machine, safe box, minibar, and the possibility to order room service.
Here you find the Iberostar Grand Amazon deck plan.
Gastronomy and Facilities
Besides the luxurious staterooms, the Iberostar Grand Amazon also offers plenty of other facilities and wonderful culinary options for everyone to use and enjoy as they please.
The more formal Kuarup Restaurant on the lower deck and the Tucano Snack Grill on the sundeck offer a variety of exquisite Amazon cuisine as well as international cuisine sure to suit the taste of every guest. There are also two bars located on the ship offering a wide range of drinks including domestic and imported wines, beers, and liquors. Room service is also offered on board.
For entertainment between activities and in the late hours, a generous pool with a hot tub is available on the sundeck in addition to a gym, gift shop, and event venue for shows.
- For wheelchair users, the Iberostar Grand Amazon has one cabin specially equipped for better accessibility. Please ask us about the excursions possible for wheelchair users.
- There is no formal dress code on board, though gentlemen are requested not to wear shorts during dinner.
- Children allowed on board must be 8 years of age or older.
- Transfer to and from the Port of Manaus is not included.
This journey will take you to the most beautiful places in Brazil: the tropical metropolis of Rio de Janeiro, the spectacular waterfalls of Foz do Iguacu and the exceptional nature of the Amazon Rainforest. Many different and individual day trips and excursions are on the program. You will gain distinct impressions of Brazil's diversity, visit the most famous sights, and get to know the breathtaking variety of animals and plants of the jungle. Our local English-speaking guides will make sure that you have a great time and show you the best of Brazil.
This journey will expose you to the wide diversity of Bahia: the famous historical center of Salvador, adventurous tours in Chapada Diamantina National Park, and palm-lined dream beaches. Colorful little streets, waterfalls, caves, table mountains, tropical culinary specialties, and much more await you on this tour to the most beautiful places in Bahia.
Visit one of the natural highlights of Brazil: the worldwide unique landscape of Lencois Maranhenses National Park. The wavy sand dunes spread like an endless bed sheet and give the region its name. This remote region between dunes and the ocean is home to indigenous villages and nature along rivers such as the spectacular Rio Preguicas.