Explore Brazil's Amazon With The Pioneers Of Adventure Tourism
An Amazon charter cruise on the Iracema is a great choice, having previously been used by many including the NYC Botanic Gardens for her comfort, charm and warm hospitality.
Launched in 2011, this 24-passenger charter vessel is the latest addition to a fleet of family-owned vessels, and sister ship to the similar Dorinha and Victoria Amazonica.
For over 30 years the owners of the Iracema have been pioneers of adventure tourism in the Manaus region, balancing scientific knowledge with a friendly and informal atmosphere when dealing with visitors, reflecting the casualness and warmth of the Amazonian people.
Providing safe and comfortable accommodation for up to 24 passengers, she features two cabin decks, 12 air-conditioned bunk cabins with en-suite facilities, a bar, dining room, library and a vast sun-deck, partially open and ideal for sunbathing, stargazing and observation.
The itinerary followed can be tailored according to the interests of your group. For those with an adventurous spirit, there are lots of exotic and remote places to visit. From navigation through streams, hiking in the rainforest, bird watching, fishing and getting in touch with the natives - there is so much to be seen!
Please note that a pre-arranged visa is required by holders of US, Canadian and Australian passports, in order to enter Brazil. Contact us for more details.