Saturday, October 17, 2009

December Amazon Riverboat Expedition

Come join the adventure on our next Amazon riverboat expedition aboard the M/V Clavero to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. This beautifully restored rubber boom-era ship is surely the best way to explore remote Amazon rainforest.

We will travel the Samiria River deep into the Reserve in search of wild animals, interesting plants and inspiring photographs. Hiking the forest trails, we will view towering trees, colorful flowers, unusual insects, captivating monkey and more. Our Indian guides will explain the medicinal use of rainforest plants. On small boat excursions we will see an incredible number of birds, more monkeys, and sloths. On night outings we will spot caiman (including the big Black Caiman) and colorful tree frogs. We will visit a small village to observe how the local people live within this rainforest environment. Your expert GreenTracks guides will make these excursions entertaining as well as educational.

At meals, the delicious food is always enhanced by the lively conversation with your fellow travelers and guides. A full bar on-board assures that you can relax after an active day with your beverage of choice.

Comfortable accommodations, great food and beverage, incredible wildlife, exotic sights and sounds... all add up to a winter getaway you will always remember.

See the post below for a report on our most recent riverboat expedition.

This trip will be from December 20-26, 2009, and space is still available. Call 800-892-1035 or 970-884-6107 for more information or click on the link below to go to our website.

GreenTracks Amazon Cruises



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