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In Peru’s jungle, a free treehouse stay with an Amazon River cruise

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The Aria Amazon, which takes travelers on the Amazon River.
(Richard Mark Dobson / Rainforest Cruises)

As if an Amazon River cruise isn’t exciting enough, Rainforest Cruises throws in two free nights in a treehouse and domestic flights within Peru.

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A room at the Treehouse Lodge in Peru.
(Rainforest Cruises)

The deal: The cruises cost $5,100 per person for a five-day cruise and $8,925 per person for an eight-day cruise, based on double occupancy. Jungle treks through the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, kayaking, biking, fishing excursions and visits with locals are all part of the journey.

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The Treehouse Lodge in Iquitos, Peru.
(Rainbow Cruises)
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The added Treehouse Lodge stay in Iquitos takes you high off the ground where you’ll sleep amid a jungle canopy. The deal also includes free Latam Airlines flights from Lima to Iquitos (where the cruise begins) and back.

When: The offer is good on departures through Jan. 31, based on availability.

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A suite aboard the Aria Amazon.
(Richard Mark Dobson / Rainforest Cruises)

Details: You’ll be sailing on the Aria Amazon, which has 16 suites, dining and lounging areas as well as a river-facing hot tub. The savings on this deal are valued at $750 per person, according to the cruise company.

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Info: Rainforest Cruises on Aria Amazon

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