Specials Trip Finder Brochures Menu

Iberostar Amazon River Cruise Introduction

  • Amazon Cruise
  • Explore animals under water on your cruise trip
  • Enjoy wildlife safari on your vacations
  • Onboard Entertainment

One of the many natural peculiarities of Brazil is the confluence of the Solimões River and the Negro River, a meeting of waters after which the Amazon river is called by its own name until it reaches its outpouring on the Atlantic coast of Brazil.

And it is precisely there at that crossroads, in the city of Manaus that the IBEROSTAR 5 star – all-inclusive - River Boat is based. Considered a floating hotel, the entirely 'all inclusive' Super Luxury floating vessel takes you on journeys deep into the world's largest and most famous rainforest - the Amazon!

Cabin-Suites, individual private balconies, full baths, personalized service, a convention room, local cuisine, activities, excursions… all aboard for splendor

72 cabins placed in three decks: Mandi, Acará and Tambaqui.
2 Royal suites placed in front of vessel.

All suites and cabins are equipped with private bathrooms and balcony, hair dryer, safe box, twin-size beds or king-size beds, TV, intercom, air-conditioner and music.


The high season, with more tourists, are July-September and December-January. These periods are within the low water season (July-February) and have significant advantages for your Amazon tours: less rain, fewer mosquitoes, easier observation of aquatic life in lakes, better time for fishing or swimming.

But there are some disadvantages also: temperatures are higher (especially before December), some waterways are more clogged with vegetation, limiting access to wildlife zones; the forest life is less visible except for aquatic life in isolated lakes (the best period for viewing wildlife, in Manaus region, is March - June; this is also a cooler period, and a nicer one for your Amazon tours: waterside plants such as acacias, morning glories, or cecropias, flourish at these months.

Some people prefer transitional periods (October and November; and May and June, in the region of Manaus), where you may have some advantages of the rainy and the dryer periods. But there aren't true rules on that issue. For most people, the more determinant factor is the rain. December to May period can have many rainy days, and that can spoil many planned Amazon tours.

Get a Trip Quote Order a Brochure
Trip Finder

What our travelers say

Goway Toolkit

Need help planning your holiday? Our toolkit is a great place to get started.