Lonely Planet Lists Dawn on the Amazon Best Deal For Independent Travelers

by Captain Bill

Lonely Planet Travel Guide Lists Dawn on the Amazon Tours and Cruises Best Deal For Independent Travelers

"Lonely Planet Peru Travel Guide"

The Lonely Planet Peru Travel Guide. Get your copy. Could be a collectors item.

The eagerly awaited new Lonely Planet Travel Guide 40 year anniversary 8th edition issue of the Peru Guide Book is out. The Northern Amazon Rainforest got a good write up.

“Raw, vast and encapsulating the real spirit of the Amazon, the northern Amazon Basin is home to the eponymous river that wells up from the depths of the Peruvian Jungle before making its long, languorous passage through Brazil to the distant Atlantic Ocean. Settlements are scarce in the remote region…”

Dawn on the Amazon Tours and Cruises

“(22-3730, 965-939-190); www.dawnontheamazon.com; Malecon Maldonado 185, Iquitos, day trips incl lunch per person US$74.75, multiday cruises per person per day US$199) This small outfit offers the best deal for independent travelers. The Amazon I is a beautiful 11m wooden craft with modern furnishings, available for either day trips or longer river cruises up to two weeks. Included are a bilingual guide all meals and transfers. You can travel with host Bill Grimes and his experienced crew along the Amazon, or along its quieter tributaries (larger cruise ships will necessarily stick to the main waterways). While many cruise operators have fixed departures/itineraries, Bill’s can be adapted to accommodate individual needs. The tri-river cruise is a favorite local trip: while on board, fishing and birdwatching are the most popular activities.”

This review is still similar to what Lonely Planet blessed Dawn on the Amazon Tours and Cruises with back in 2007; The Newest Lonely Planet Travel Guide For Peru, Feb 2007

Lonely Planet Travel Guide Lists Dawn on the Amazon Tours and Cruises Best Deal For Independent Travelers

I’m Bill Grimes, president of Dawn on the Amazon Tours and Cruises. Email me, bill@dawnontheamazon.com  Let’s start planning your Amazon Adventure.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 David Volkmann July 27, 2013 at 5:24 am

Congratulations! I have a very high respect for “Lonely Planet”. I have always believed it to be the most reliable travel guide out there. I always take it with me when I am traveling to new and far away places.

2 Captain Bill July 27, 2013 at 9:42 am

Thanks Dave, we feel honored to be appreciated by Lonely Planet. I also used their travel guides in my travels, so I know from first hand experience that they are trustworthy.

My best,

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