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Visit the manatee rescue centre on cruises from Iquitos Peru - amazoncruise.net

Within the borders of the vast Amazon Jungle there are few creatures as strange or as fascinating as the manatee. The source of countless indigenous myths and legends, these ungainly, fresh water mammals are some of the most interesting residents of the rainforest.
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The most intimate ships for exploring the Amazon river - amazoncruise.net

Though any cruise along the mighty Amazon River is guaranteed to be unforgettable, traveling on a small, intimate vessel can make the journey even more memorable.
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Discover Amazon rainforest animals - Pacaya Samiria vs. Galapagos: Two of the best nature reserves on the planet

Pacaya SamiriaWhen it comes to biodiversity and abundance of wildlife, there are few more exceptional places on earth than the Galapagos Islands and the Amazon Rainforest.
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All You Need Is Ecuador campaign: the best of Ecuador and the Galapagos - galapagoscruise.com.ec

In 2014, a campaign started by the Ecuador Tourist board that aimed to promote the country and have a worldwide impact succeeded in breaking records. It was called AllYouNeedIsEdcuador, echoing The Beatles sentiments about love.
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Galapagos tours nominated as best wildlife destination - galapagoscruise.com.ec

For anyone with even a passing interest in the natural world, the Galapagos Islands hold an allure that is hard to match. This is a fact that has recently been publicly acknowledged by readers of USA TODAY’s 10 Best awards, in conjunction with experts from the travel agent community.
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Best Galapagos Islands to visit: Animals you can’t find anywhere else - galapagoscruise.com.ec

The Galapagos Islands are a treasure trove of endemic species. It’s a place renowned for its unique flora and fauna, with some of the best Galapagos Islands to visit being home to some of the world’s most charismatic and bizarre creatures.
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Cruise the Galapagos Islands: When’s the best time to see whale sharks in the Galapagos? - galapagoscruise.com.ec

Whale sharks are the largest fish in the sea. These colossal creatures can reach up to 40 feet (12.2 metres) in length. They can also weigh as much as 40,000lbs, with only some of the great whales being larger on the entire planet.
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Galapagos Islands tourist attractions: Understanding plate tectonics and the geology of the islands - galapagoscruise.com.ec

Cocos PlateAs you may already be aware, the Galapagos Islands were created by volcanic activity in the deep Pacific Ocean. A series of eruptions from the sea bed over hundreds of years saw the islands emerge from the deep water, forming an archipelago. This developed into one of the most unique and stunning natural environments on the planet.
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Amazon rainforest animals: the most colourful insects in the jungle - amazoncruise.net

Amazon InsectsAs the most bio-diverse region on earth, it’s no surprise that a lot of people travel to the Amazon Jungle to see and experience its unique habitat and exotic inhabitants first hand. In fact, many travellers join Amazon jungle expeditions purely to learn about the environment, taking the opportunity afforded by the trip to get up close and personal with the region’s wildlife.
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About the Amazon jungle: Important medicinal plants in the Amazon rainforest - amazoncruise.net

With around 80,000 different species of plant covering its 5,500,000 square kilometres, the Amazon rainforest is home to the largest variety of plant life found anywhere in the world. And with new species discovered every year by Amazon jungle expeditions, it’s no wonder that the rainforest is home to some of the most fascinating and potentially lifesaving plants on earth.
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Amazon rainforest info: Best swimming holes in the Amazon basin - mazoncruise.net

When you think about the Amazon Rainforest what springs to mind? Lush vegetation? Exotic animals? Towering trees? One thing that probably doesn’t come up is swimming. However, with around 60,000km of inland waterways, countless lakes, lagoons and beaches, the Amazon is one of the most exciting and diverse swimming spots in the world.
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What are the dangers of Amazon river trips and travel? - amazoncruise.net

As the vast majority of the Amazon river trips that operate in the rainforest are run by experienced, knowledgeable and capable businesses, the risks for travellers visiting the area are minimal.
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Galapagos Islands tourist attractions: How the famous finches genetically evolved - galapagoscruise.com.ec

The Galapagos Islands will be ever associated with Charles Darwin. After visiting the islands in the 1830s as ships naturalist on the HMS Beagle, Darwin was so astounded with the endemic wildlife on the islands that he set about thinking in great detail about what he had seen. This eventually led to the publication of his seminal On the Origin of the Species, and the formulation of the theory of evolution. This was a discovery that shook the world of science, religion and society as a whole.
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Galapagos tours: a history of humans on the islands -galapagoscruise.com.ec

The wildlife and natural history of the Galapagos Islands is obviously their biggest draw. The vast number of endemic species and truly unique animal life, including marine iguanas and tortoise species, appeals to people all around the world. However, the islands have a very fascinating human history too.
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Best Galapagos Islands to visit tortoise sub-species - galapagoscruise.com.ec

The giant tortoises of the Galapagos Islands are among the most famous of its endemic species. In fact, they may be some of the most well-known endemic animals in the world. It’s thought that giant tortoises once thrived on all the continents of earth, only to have been hunted to extinction almost everywhere else except the Galapagos.
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Birdwatching on Amazon cruises in Peru: 400 species for possible sightings - amazoncruise.net

With a huge variety of mammals, reptiles, amphibians and insects, the Amazon has always been a popular destination for nature enthusiasts and animal lovers. However, with more than 400 species in Peru alone, it’s the jungle’s birds that really bring the rainforest to life and amaze visitors time and time again.
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Amazon river tours - Pacaya Samiria amongst the 10 best places for wildlife on the planet - amazoncruise.net

Amazon river tours - Pacaya Samiria amongst the 10 best places for wildlife on the planet - amazoncruise.net
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What can you see if you stay a few days in Iquitos before your Amazon Peru cruise? - amazoncruise.net

As the gateway to the Peruvian Amazon, Iquitos sees the departure and arrival of almost all cruises that explore the jungle’s waterways. Though many of the travellers that come to the city are keen to start their Amazon cruises, taking a few days to explore this unique jungle metropolis can really add to your trip.
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Luxury Amazon cruise boom in Peruvian Amazon, new riverboats being built: Estrella Amazonica, Zafiro and more - amazoncruise.net

As the modern world gets ever busier, more crowded and more demanding, increasing numbers of people are opting for holidays that allow them to escape the hustle and bustle of their daily lives and experience something a little bit different.
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Amazon rainforest info: Nature photography tips - how to take pictures under the canopy - amazoncruise.net

CameraThough you’re guaranteed to remember your trip to the spectacular Amazon rainforest forever, having a few beautifully shot photos will make your memories all the more vibrant. Plus, a few great images will let you show your friends and family exactly what they missed.
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Galapagos Islands vacation facts: How did the animals arrive in the Galapagos

Situated around 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador in the deep Pacific Ocean, it’s little surprise that the Galapagos remained undiscovered and untouched by man until 1535. And even then the discovery was only by chance. This isolation meant that the plant and animal life on the islands developed, or evolved as Charles Darwin quite rightly pointed out, in an incredible and unique way. It was Darwin’s observations of the islands animal life that led to his theories of natural selection and the magnum opus On the Origin of Species in 1859.
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How much do Galapagos cruises cost? And how can I save some money? - galapagoscruise.com.ec

How much do Galapagos cruises cost? And how can I save some money? - galapagoscruise.com.ec
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Best Galapagos Islands to visit: Why book your holiday in February or March - galapagoscruise.com.ec

The best Galapagos Islands to visit make incredible destinations the whole year round. There is no real off season here but the changing weather and currents do mean that depending on the time of year you go, the landscapes and waters will be very different.
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