About 60 miles upstream from Manaus lies the world's largest river archipelago. There are hundreds of islands, covered in thick vegetation, with a myriad of small creeks all formed by the ever-changing waters and the seasons. When the Rio Negro is low, white sand beaches are revealed, as well as the roots and trunks of the trees. As a natural paradise, it allows visitors to experience the unique ecology of the Amazon, including an amazing variety of vegetation and fauna, such as monkeys, sloth and exotic birds that make their habitat in the tropical forest.
The ship will be at anchor. Information on tendering to a beach will not be available until the time of operation.