"Take in the gorgeous sights of the Eastern Caribbean and the Amazon on this fabulous Regent cruise."

Visit 14 exotic ports as you navigate south from Miami, down through the Eastern Caribbean and into Brazil.

This all-encompassing voyage is the perfect way to sample some of the Caribbean's jewels whilst combining these beach havens with a visit to the vast Amazon. The river is incredible, averaging between 15 20 feet wide all the way inland to Manaus. Your tropical experience begins with a visit to beautiful St Barts, one of the most exclusive islands in the Caribbean. Uncrowded white beaches and a Gallic vibe give the island an appealing charm, and its towns are just perfect for daytime wandering. One of the highlights of the voyage is the extended stay in Manaus, capital of Amazonas. The hilly city is surrounded by jungle lodges and is a popular destination due to its scenic location and cosmopolitan atmosphere.


Day 15 Parintins, Brazil

Day 15 Parintins, Brazil

The small village of Parintins on Tupinambarana Island is situated in the largest river archipelago of the mid-Amazon.

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