Boat Rides Amazon River Quest River Safari Cruise

Amazon River Quest

  • Important Information for Amazon River Quest Riders
  • Ticket prices: $5 (Adult), $3 (Child)
  • Ride duration: 10 minutes
  • First boat departs at 11am
  • Purchase admission and boat ride ticket online at store.wrs.com.sg
  • Existing admission ticket holders may purchase boat ride tickets at River Safari’s Visitor Services Booth from 9.30am – 5.30pm
  • Children must be at least 1.06m to take the ride
  • Expectant mothers are not allowed to take the boat ride
  • Boat ride is weather permitting
  • In the event of ride suspension, your ticket cannot be replaced
  • Rider may not see all animals along the boat ride
  • Tickets are not refundable
  • Click here for Riders’ Guidelines
  • Click here for FAQ

Amazon River Quest booking charges

Per Adult Per Child (3 to 12 years old)
$5 $3

Purchase of River Safari admission ticket required prior to purchase of Amazon River Quest boat ride.

The Amazon River is the second longest river in the world and the world’s largest river by volume of waterflow. Subject to extreme seasonal changes throughout the year, the width of this South American river can be as short as 4 kilometres in the dry season, and yet, it can swell up to a whopping 190 kilometres during the wet season! With dimensions so vast, this intriguing river is also known as the River Sea.

Embark on a boat adventure of the amazing Amazon River with your whole family.  Let this ride take you down the South American wonder and into the mysterious Amazon wilderness.  In this immersive sensorial experience, be enthralled by the sights and sounds of wildlife species that hail from one of the most diverse rainforest habitats of the world. This unforgettable wet and wild journey will give you a truly unique perspective on life along the mighty river.

 

Brazilian Tapir

Almost always found near water, this species of tapir is fast on land – and even faster in the water...

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Brazilian Tapir

Almost always found near water, this species of tapir is fast on land – and even faster in the water. It can dive into the riverbed to forage for aquatic plants or hide from its predators. Its multi-purpose snout doubles up as a snorkel, helping the animal to stay submerged for hours.

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Jaguar

At the southern tip of the Amazon River Quest, your journey takes you into a dark cave where...

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Jaguar

At the southern tip of the Amazon River Quest, your journey takes you into a dark cave where you will be transported to the realm of the spotted predator, the jaguar. South America’s largest wildcat loves water and the river is one of its favourite hunting grounds because of its abundant source of food. Taking a stalk and ambush approach to hunting for its prey, this stealthy predator is an excellent swimmer and is perfectly capable of carrying large prey even while swimming.

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Giant Anteater

With its distinct features of a narrow head, bushy tail and long snout, it is almost impossible...

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Giant Anteater

With its distinct features of a narrow head, bushy tail and long snout, it is almost impossible to miss the giant anteater. As it shuffles around searching for food, the giant anteater uses its long and narrow tongue to lap up ants and termites from ant mounds.  This toothless animal eats quickly, flicking its tongue about 150 times per minute. In a single day, it can eat up to 30,000 ants and termites.

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