A great-value, yet in-depth, look at the biology of Amazonia
The Clavero is a unique Amazon River cruise experience that combines travel on a historic boat restored to its Victorian splendour.
On a spectacular 3, 5 or 7-day cruise, go wildlife watching in pristine forests and rivers, and have encounters with indigenous Amazon villages where locals are helping to conserve the rainforests.
As you cruise through the glassy calm of an Amazon tributary, watch the black majestic water, gaze at butterflies fluttering in the hot midday sun, and observe monkeys leap from tree tops in the comfort of a historic Amazon Riverboat.
At night, spot caimans splashing in the moonlight; in the morning, watch flocks of macaws flying in the twilight mist; and at midday, witness fish jumping in oxbow lakes.
Take your tea with cake as the forests slip past, or sip your gin and tonic as the tropical sun slides into a fiery sunset.
With space for just 8 passengers (cruises even depart with just 2 passengers), the atmosphere on board is intimate and informative, and the service of the crew is friendly and personal. But the greatest highlight of all is that a Clavero Amazon cruise offers you the chance to go deep into the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, in the company of true experts, aboard a riverboat steeped in fascinating history.