Delphin II (4 Night Itinerary)

Small Skiffs and Kayaks will help you explore the areas of the jungle the main vessel is to large to reach

Small Skiffs and Kayaks will help you explore the areas of the jungle the main vessel is to large to reach

Rainy Season (from November to May)

Day 1: PM: Our guides will wait you in the luggage port and will gather your belongings to transfer you to our embarkation port in Nauta. The ride will take 1:30hrs. After embarking and your are settle in your cabins our Dining room is ready to treat you with fantastic Amazon delights. After dinner we invite you to the thirddeck were you can enjoy stargazing while we cruise in to the depth of the Amazon Rainforest

Day 2: Belluda Caño & Dorado River are this day adventure!We will head for this spectacular spot within the Pacaya-Samiria Reserve In the skiffs, where you will also experience an unforgettable encounter with gray and pink river dolphins. On the river you will experience abundant wildlife and nature in all of its exuberance while we search for the Amazon River’s transitional forest specialties such as snail kites, festive parrots, endangered scarlet macaws, olive spotted hummingbirds, Amazonian parrotlets and wood creepers, among others.

Day 3: Atun Poza & Pacaya River. We have reached our main goal, the Pacaya River, at the very heart of the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, Peru’s largest protected area with a mean annual rainfall of nearly 3,000mm, by far the largest protected wetland reserve in the world. Filled with lakes, palm swamps and streams, the reserve becomes a flooded forest in the rainy season and is one of the most beautiful places you’ll ever visit.

Day 4: We arrived to Zapote River and in the afternoon Supay Cocha. This is a good oportunity for kayaking, our guides will take this upstream and it will be a good chance to spot prehistoric looking iguanas who laze in the sun while we travel along the shoreline searching for whatever the jungle has to offer us. Squirrel Monkeys are very active at this time of the day, when they move in large noisy troops at mid- to upper-levels of primary and secondary lowland forest. After a while we will start our piranha fishing! You´ll find this experience one you will not forget!

Day 5: On board our skiffs we will stop at the village of Puerto Miguel to meet local villagers. The women of Puerto Miguel have the most amazing arts & craft market.In our way to the Iquitos Airport we will visit the Rescue & Rehabilitation Center of River Mammals were you will have the chance to meet baby manatees and learn about this pacific and wonderful creatures and why they are in the endangered species list. Our land personnel will wait you at the airport and give your boarding passes and help you check in. 05:30 pm. Flight departs for Lima

The Amazon River Dolphin with its pink skin is one of the more unique sighting opportunities you will have

The Amazon River Dolphin with its pink skin is one of the more unique sighting opportunities you will have

Dry Season (from June to October)

Day 1: PM: Our guides will wait you in the luggage port and will gather your belongings to transfer you to our embarkation port in Nauta. The ride will take 1:30hrs. After embarking and your are settle in your cabins our Dining room is ready to treat you with fantastic Amazon delights. After dinner we invite you to the thirddeck were you can enjoy stargazing while we cruise in to the depth of the Amazon Rainforest

Day 2: Belluda Caño & Dorado River are this day adventure!We will head for this spectacular spot within the Pacaya-Samiria Reserve In the skiffs,first will make a jungle hike and then only a skiff ride where you will also experience an unforgettable encounter with gray and pink river dolphins. On the river you will experience abundant wildlife and nature in all of its exuberance while we search for the Amazon River’s transitional forest specialties such as snail kites, festive parrots, endangered scarlet macaws, olive spotted hummingbirds, Amazonian parrotlets and wood creepers, among others.

Day 3: Atun Poza and the Pacaya River. We have reached our main goal, the Pacaya River, at the very heart of the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, Peru’s largest protected area with a mean annual rainfall of nearly 3,000mm, by far the largest protected wetland reserve in the world. Filled with lakes, palm swamps and streams, the reserve becomes a flooded forest in the rainy season and is one of the most beautiful places you’ll ever visit.

Day 4: We arrived to Zapote River and in the afternoon to Supay Cocha. This is a good oportunity for kayaking, our guides will take this upstream and it will be a good chance to spot prehistoric looking iguanas who laze in the sun while we travel along the shoreline searching for whatever the jungle has to offer us. Squirrel Monkeys are very active at this time of the day, when they move in large noisy troops at midto upper-levels of primary and secondary lowland forest. After a while we will start our piranha fishing!You´ll find this experience one you will not forget!

Day 5: On board our skiffs we will stop at the village of Puerto Miguel to meet local villagers. The women of Puerto Miguel have the most amazing arts & craft market.In our way to the Iquitos Airport we will visit the Rescue & Rehabilitation Center of River Mammals were you will have the chance to meet baby manatees and learn about this pacific and wonderful creatures and why they are in the endangered species list. Our land personnel will wait you at the airport and give your boarding passes and help you check in. 05:30 pm. Flight departs for Lima

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