In Peru, harken back to another era as you cruise the
Amazon on a stately river boat fitted out with Mahogany
and Teak. While relaxing on the deck, watch monkeys dance
overhead and birds glide past. The newly fitted M/V Aqua is a very comfortable way to cruise the Amazon. On the M/V
Rio Amazonas or M/V
Amazon Explorer begin in Iquitos
and end in Tabatinga, Brazil. Beginning April, 2003
set sail on the newly refurbished boat the M/F
Marcelita from the Amazon of Peru to the Amazon of
Brazil. From Iquitos
to Manaus experience an in depth exploration of the
tributaries that head off of the mighty Amazon River.
Those with a desire to explore the wildlife of the Amazon,
may take the M/V
Arca to the carefully protected Nature
Reserve of Pacaya and Samiria on a 5 night cruise.
The "mirrored forest" as it is locally called
is home to 85 lakes, 250 species of fish, 132 mammal species,
150 reptile species and 449 bird species.
On the highest navigable lake in the world,
Titicaca, travel from the shores of Peru to the shores
of Bolivia by hydrofoil or high speed boat. The water
is a deep blue and the islands rocky. See the reed Islands
of the Uros Indians or visit Taquile Island as a day trip
or an overnight excursion to truly experience the unique
culture of it's inhabitants. Some may choose to spend
time on Suasi
Lodge where watersports are available as well as an
adjacent nature preserve that is easily hiked for views
of birds and wildlife.
transfer to the Regatas Club at La Puna in Callao, Lima's
Port, for a 4-hour sail to the Palomino Islands, inhabited
by hundreds of sea lions and guano birds. San Lorenzo,
Peru's largest island, and El Fronton a once prison island
can also be seen. Return to your hotel in Lima in the
From the Ica
region take a yacht cruise to the Ballestas Islands
inhabited by thousands of guano birds and sea lions. On
the way to the islands, view the Paracas gigantic candelabra
on the cliff overlooking the bay.
us to include cruising in a customized itinerary for
travel to Peru.