Private Cruise Highlights
- Enjoy views of the Amazon River through the floor to ceiling windows
- Feast on cuisine from the Amazon jungle influenced menu
- Experience the exciting social life on the fabulous observation deck
- Relax in cushioned loungers under a soaring canopy while river gazing
- Unwind in the Jacuzzi while sipping a pisco punch, and watching the pink river dolphins
The 45 meter (147 foot) long Aria Amazon was designed by the innovative Peruvian architect Jordi Puig. Extremely generous dining and lounging areas include an outdoor river facing Jacuzzi. Floor to ceiling windows face the Amazon River in the ship’s 16 Design Suites, each measuring 23 square meters (250 square feet). The Aria’s floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows and Observation Deck are enhanced with an outdoor Jacuzzi, ideally poised for watching pink river dolphins while sipping pisco punch. Workout facilities are also available on-board. The Aria is spacious yet intimate enough to feel entirely exclusive and incorporates generous lounging and dining areas. Executive Chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino’s Amazonia-inspired cuisine offers up plenty of reasons to take one’s eyes off the captivating landscapes showcased by the floor-to-ceiling windows which define this elegant space. Designed to balance the stunning scenery, the refined interior of the Aria Amazon dining room has been stylishly finished with contemporary Peruvian art, fine china and crystal glassware.
Yampu Travelers have the option of 3 different cruise experiences;
Expedition Cruise – 7 Nights
Explorer Cruise – 4 Nights
Discovery Cruise – 3 Nights
This Yampu recommended trip add-on may only be booked in conjunction with any of our personalized trips. Your Yampu Tour Consultant will design an itinerary for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!
Places You'll See
For a once-in-a-lifetime view of the Peruvian Amazon basin, visit the town of Iquitos. View the local wildlife on a jungle trip. Or get up close and personal with some rescued animals at the Pilpintuwasi Butterfly Farm & Amazon Animal Orphanage. Enjoy the nightlife with the local Iquitenos who party all year long.
Known as the one of the longest rivers, and carrying the greatest volume of water in the world, the Amazon River runs through several South American countries. The surrounding jungle is teeming with wildlife, as well as over 40,000 species of plants. The river itself offers opportunities to see thousands of exotic fish and a wide variety of reptiles.