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1st February 2018 • 14 nights • Sails from Barbados • Braemar • CRUISE ID: M1803 Natural wonders abound on this inspiring voyage to the breathtaking Amazon region, not least the unparalleled array of flora and fauna. Chances to seek out elusive caimans within the rainforest and witness the bizarre phenomenon of the ‘Meeting of the Waters’ are unmissable, while during a private theatrical performance of the Boi Bumba Festival in Barbados Santarém Amazon River Parintins Tobago Manaus (overnight) Meeting of the Waters Amazon River Adventure Parintins, you can discover a vibrant Brazilian tradition. Date Arrive Depart Destination FEBRUARY 2018 Thu 01 Arrive late night Bridgetown, Barbados Fri 02-Mon 05 Cruising Tue 06 early am late pm Santarém, Amazon, Brazil Wed 07 early am early pm Parintins, Amazon, Brazil D Thu 08 early am Manaus, Amazon, Brazil Fri 09 late pm Manaus, Amazon, Brazil Sat 10 Cruising Amazon River Sun 11-Tue 13 Cruising Wed 14 early pm late pm Scarborough, Tobago Thu 15 early am Depart Bridgetown, Barbados D Anchor Port Single friendly: We will always offer an Ocean View Twin Room at a reduced price for sole occupancy. Please call for details. sights, sounds and scents, and possibly glimpse some of the region’s diverse wildlife. «RECOMMENDED EXPERIENCE Embark on a riverboat journey at dusk from Manaus. After switching to canoe, venture silently into the flooded forest under the cover of darkness, in search of the peeking eyes of native caimans. Scarborough, Tobago Scarborough is an animated city, with bustling shopping streets and a colourful market. Seek out the calmer side though, and you’ll uncover many places to relax and grab a bite to eat or soak up the sunshine. The main historical attraction is the 18th century Fort King George, which affords superb views of the city and the sea. From only £1,399 per person Santarém, Amazon, Brazil Santarém is a breathtakingly diverse city. Visit the 2,000 kilometres of beaches in the Alter do Chao district – considered the ‘Caribbean of the Amazon’; get a taste for traditional local produce at the Mercado Modelo (city market); and don’t miss the famous ‘Meeting of the Waters’, where the Tapajós and Amazon rivers flow side-by-side without mixing – a sight you have to see to believe. Parintins, Amazon, Brazil Parintins hosts Brazil’s second biggest festival, ‘Boi Bumba’ – an explosion of colour, culture and sound. Although the festival takes place in June, you can still experience the traditional carnival atmosphere with a visit to the Bumbodromo, the event’s home. Alternatively, admire the brightly-painted cathedral, or pick up souvenirs from the colourful floating market. «RECOMMENDED EXPERIENCE Experience Brazilian tradition with a private theatrical performance of the Boi Bumba Festival show in Parintins – complete with toe-tapping music, magnificent costumes and a magical atmosphere. Manaus, Amazon, Brazil Proud capital of the Amazonas State, Manaus is the gateway to the wonders of the Amazon Rainforest. Few places in the world can match the extensive variety of flora found within this vast eco-wonderland. On a riverboat journey through the tributaries, estuaries and small creeks that wind through the lush forest you can experience tropical From £800 per person additional supplement for return flights from Gatwick/Manchester and transfers to/ from the ship Caribbean, Canada & the Amazon Upgrade prices per person, per night from > Ocean View Room: £15 | Balcony Room: £100 | Suite: £125 | Single Rooms from > £2,299 Upgrade price per person, per night based on cruise only. Prices are correct at time of going to print, but may change at any time. Call for latest prices. 82 All of the following included from only £100 per person, per night (based on cruise only): Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, 5-course à la carte dinner, late night buffet & self-service tea & coffee • Varied daytime activities • Lectures & talks • Swimming pools, Jacuzzis & gym Choice of live evening entertainment • 3 formal nights • Overnight stay in Manaus Visit fredolsencruises.com, contact your travel agent or call 0800 0355 105


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