Amazon River

Blog posts about International Expeditions' Amazon River cruises
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The oil spill is beginning to reach the Gulf’s shores, and its effects are already being felt in towns and cities that depend on it - this is in addition the local wildlife in both the land and sea that are dying by the thousands.

We have compiled from many different sources ways you can help contribute to the cleanup and save local wildlife.

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For former International Expeditions guest Dr. Linnea Smith, her time on an Amazon rainforest tour was truly a life-changing journey that is now having a positive impact on the people of the rainforest. This Wisconsin-based doctor gave up her practice to open a medical clinic in 1990 serving the Yagua and Ribereno people of the Upper Amazon Basin.

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Spotting the first light-pink river dolphin rippling the murky waters is an excursion highlight for everyone on our Amazon River cruise. After their last Amazon tour aboard La Amatista, our friends at WWF shared five myths about the Amazon's pink river dolphins they learned from our Peruvian naturalists.

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Recently, IE guests from around the country told us why they loved the Amazon. All of the participants were entered into a drawing for the book Tree of Rivers. The lucky winner was Jo Ann Schermerhorn of Magnolia, Texas.

"My husband and I had planned to go to the Amazon but it was never convenient. A few days before he died he asked me to promise him I would go even if I had to go alone. I told him I would. I went alone and had the most incredible time.

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Like books? Like the Amazon? LOVE free books about the Amazon? Then International Expeditions has a contest for you!

Become an IE Facebook fan. Then share your story of why you went to the Amazon - or why you want to go to the Amazon. Simply write your story on IE's wall.

February 17, 2010

At "Home" in Lima

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IE Creative Services Editor Emily Harley spent Thanksgiving on our Amazon River tour! Now she shares thoughts on this unique small-ship adventure. The small town where I grew up from in Kentucky and even Birmingham, where I now live, have history. But they ain't got nothing on Lima, Peru! Our Amazon tour officially kicks off after a drool-inducing breakfast at the Swissotel with a tour of Lima's most historic sites.

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There's nothing we love more at IE than hearing from our travelers. And we know that most of our travelers tell their friends about their memorable tours, pass along their Environs catalogs and invite friends on their next IE journey.

Now we want to reward YOU for spreading the word about International Expeditions!

Ask a friend to follow us on Twitter. Once your friend is following IE Travel, you'll both be eligible to win a Memory Foam travel lumbar pillow (pictured right) to help you travel in comfort.

February 09, 2010

5 Questions for Jorge Salas

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Expedition Leader Jorge Salas is a star among IE guests, having led small-ship cruises to the Amazon, Orinoco, Antarctica, Patagonia and Papua New Guinea.

February 08, 2010

Pisco Sour Day in Peru!

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Saturday marked National Pisco Sour Day in Peru. If you weren't one of the lucky few there to mark this auspicious occasion, be sure to check out this Pisco Sour recipe sent in by our own Amazon River tour Expedition Leader, Jorge Salas.


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