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Sunday, February 9, 2014

New World Cup Manaus Cruises Offer Alternative Accommodation For Fans On Amazon Riverboats

World Cup Amazon cruises in Manaus offer unique & comfortable fan accommodation
World Cup Amazon cruises in Manaus offer unique & comfortable fan accommodation
PRLog (Press Release) - Feb. 7, 2014 - GULFPORT, Fla. -- For those fans planning to travel to Brazil for the World Cup in 2014, the lure of the Amazon, a natural wonder of the world and one of the highlights of Brazil, will be hard to resist. Manaus, the gateway to the Brazilian Amazon, is one of the host cities and has 4 World Cup group games on show in its spectacular new 42,618-seater stadium, aptly named the Arena AmazĂ´nia. The combination of outstanding natural beauty, local traditions and a metropolis on the rise gives the city a unique atmosphere. Not many football venues can offer the option of post-match jungle treks, Amazon cruises, tribal encounters or swimming with pink river dolphins!

With that in mind and with excitement building, hotels in Manaus are likely to book up far in advance, as is already the case for Carnival in Rio de Janeiro each year. As such, Rainforest Cruises have put together special 5-day Manaus World Cup Amazon cruises providing unique, comfortable and guaranteed accommodation in one of the most exciting locations on Earth, right on the Amazon River itself. Their 24-passenger riverboats have twelve air-conditioned double cabins with private bathrooms, as well as spacious and comfortable public areas, including a bar with flatscreen satellite TV.

The itineraries have been specially designed to combine the remarkable scenery, flora and fauna of such sights as the Meeting of the Waters and Janauary Lake, with all the excitement, passion and flair on the pitch, as the riverboat will be moored at the port in Manaus for game days. This means fans with tickets can attend the matches, and those without are free to go to the Fan Fest site, watch the game in a bar with locals, or alternatively see the match in the privacy and comfort of the on board bar.

When not docked for game-time, the vessels will venture up river, allowing passengers to explore the region through activities such as piranha fishing, jungle walks and nocturnal caiman safaris. Passengers will also be able to witness one of the most remarkable spectacles of nature - the Meeting of the Waters, where the black waters of the Rio Negro meet the brown waters of the Rio Solimoes and then flow side by side without mixing for almost 10km.

Speaking above, Jeremy Clubb, Rainforest Cruises' co-owner, went on to say, “It's not often people get the chance to visit Brazil, so we want to ensure visitors see the best the country has to offer while they are there. Our Manaus World Cup cruises give fans an economical and alternative way to explore the Amazon and be part of what promises to be one of the most exciting sporting events in recent times”.

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