Delfin I, II & III

Delfin cruises pioneered luxury river cruising in the Peruvian Amazon and its fleet comprises of three comfortable vessels.

Delfin Cruises operate three classic luxury river boats – the Delfin I, Delfin II and Delfin III deep inside one of the world’s largest protected flooded forests. Known as the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, this alluring region is mind-blowingly biodiverse, harbouring iconic species ranging from anaconda, spider monkey and tree frogs to rare pink river dolphin and manatee.

The Delfin I is the most intimate of the vessels with just 12 passengers in 4 oversized suites, two with private outdoor whirlpools. The Delfin II has 14 suites, four which are interconnecting, with generous shared spaces including a spa, gym and handicraft boutique. The tri-level Delfin III is the largest and newest in the fleet, carrying 44 passengers in utmost comfort, with access to a central plunge pool, fitness centre and sundeck.

Guests on a voyage aboard any of the Delfin river boats can expect to explore the area on foot, by motorised skiff or in kayaks, led by expert guides. You may also have a chance to enjoy canopy walks, visit an animal rescue centre and scour the jungle at night in search of nocturnal creatures such as caiman, bats and frogs.

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Cruise by luxury riverboat though Peru’s northern Amazon rainforests and explore the beautiful Pacaya Samira National Park. Search for unique wildlife such as iguanas, giant otters, red howler monkeys, squirrel monkeys, sloths and pink river dolphins.

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Peru Tours Overview

Why Peru: Peru is a spectacular destination of ancient Inca ruins, stunning Spanish colonial architecture, snow-covered mountains and lush Amazon jungle teeming with incredible fauna and flora.

When to Go: Peru’s climate varies considerably by region and altitude. The best time for trekking is Jun – Sep, when days are sunny but nights are cold. The Inca trail is closed during the wettest month of February; however you can still visit Machu Picchu by train during this time. As one moves up into the mountains from the coast, night-time temperatures become colder. The eastern slope of the Andes, which includes the Amazon basin, experiences very heavy rainfall during the wet season, so the best time to visit this region would be Apr – Oct.

Combine With: A trip to Peru is easily combined with Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, Argentina, Patagonia or Brazil. Alternatively, you could visit  Central America.

Getting There: Lima has direct flights to and from cities all over South America.

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