Aria Amazon is a first class vessel offering Amazon cruises of unparalleled luxury, complete with contemporary styling, gourmet cuisine and expertly led land expeditions.
Of the few luxury cruises on the Amazon river, Aria Amazon provides one of the most stylish. Spot wildlife in the rainforest from a comfortable vantage point on the water accompanied by experienced naturalists, becoming acquainted with the diversity of bird, animal and plant life in this most exuberant and undisturbed ecosystem.
The relaxed voyages follow the Amazon's vast main channel, and from their expeditions by launch, they penetrate small estuaries in the rainforest and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
With 16 large suites, each with panoramic windows and their own sitting rooms, Aria Amazon is fully air-conditioned and adheres to the standards of a first class hotel. Gourmet meals are created from a portfolio of Peruvian and international dishes. There is also a stylish bar, observation deck and outdoor lounge.
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