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M/V Delfin III 4 day: Suite

Destination(s): Iquitos, Amazon Rainforest, Peru
Duration: 4 days / 3 nights
Frequency: Weekly, year-round
Price: starting at $2,400.00 per person
  *single supplement $1,200.00
Deadline to book: Open booking

Our newest vessel, the Delfin III, offers guests an immersive rainforest experience while simultaneously treating them to the highest levels of luxury. This brand new vessel is also the largest in our fleet, with capacity for up to 43 passengers. The ship has been beautifully finished with the finest details, hardwood floors, designer furniture, and handmade Peruvian artifacts. The itineraries have been carefully planned and are set to offer an unforgettable experience. Guests will have no shortage of up close rainforest experience and gourmet food to compliment.

Guests have the option of four room classes. On the first deck there are 8 Suites complete with floor to ceiling panoramic windows as well as 2 spacious Corner Suites facing the front of the ship. The second deck is comprised of 10 Upper Suites and the largest of all, the Owner's Suite. The top deck features beautiful indoor and outdoor lounge, a sundeck with plunge pool, a spa and gym, and of course the bar.

Package Includes:

  • Three nights accommodation aboard the M/V Delfin III - Suite      
  • Daily guided shore excursions
  • All meals on board: breakfast, lunch, and dinner\
  • Lectures and on board entertainment
  • Transfer to/from the airport 
  • Spa services with signature treatments
  • Air-conditioning in every suite
  • Farewell dinner at Frio y Fuego in Iquitos

Not Included:

  • International & Domestic airfare to Iquitos
  • Applicable airport departure taxes
  • Guide and crew gratuities
  • Boutique purchases
  • Travel insurance
  • Port charges ($60.00)

Day 1. Arrive in Iquitos

Iquitos is a bustling river city and the largest in the Peruvian Rainforest. The Metropolitan area has 600,000 people living in its four districts.

During the 20th century the city attracted many Europeans immigrants; they contributed to a period of great wealth and social and commercial development. The rubber boom and the associated need for a large workforce had a significant negative effect on the indigenous population. Slavery and gross human rights abuses were widespread, and in some areas 90% of the Indian population was wiped out.

Transfer by coach to Embarkation port at the Itaya River just front of Iquitos City. Embark ship. After a short orientation and Happy Hour, enjoy your first night’s dinner onboard. Meals: dinner

Day 2. Tahuayo and Yarapa River and creeks

Am: Tahuayo River

This morning we will have the chance to search for the most elusive and exotic fresh water pink river dolphin, medium sized, long snout and little or no dorsal fin you will see that they are really pink, This is a favorite feeding spot for these dolphins. Opportunity to jump into the dark waters and enjoy a refreshing swim in this pristine area.

Pm: Yarapa River and creeks.

Another tributary of the Amazon River, along Yarapa River, you will explore its shores and small creeks in search of rare and unusual Amazonian wildlife. Small monkeys, birds, and iguanas are just some of the creatures on our list. Tropical flowers and plants grow wild along the riverbanks, allowing you to witness the marvelous dynamics of the Amazon Rainforest. Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 3. Cano Piranha or Marayali/Tamishiyacu Creek/San Francisco Village

Am: Amazon Headwaters, skiff exploration at Cano Piranha or Marayali, San Francisco Village.

This morning you awake in the historic place of the Peruvian Amazon where the Ucayali & Marañon Rivers merge and give birth to the mighty Amazon River. After exploring the area, visit the community named San Francisco where you can stroll around the small village, seeing the local people’s houses and how simple their daily life is. You will be warmly greeted by lots of happy and smiling children and an opportunity to visit the school (pending school in session). The local teacher will also be there to answer any questions you have. Meet the local townspeople in the arts and craft market, led by the village women and children.

Pm: Tamishiyacu creek

This tributary of the Amazon River has small clusters “ribereños” people (those who live symbiotically with the rivers) who make their living with small scale agricultural and charcoal commerce. Visit a local shamanic healing clinic and meet with a native shaman who will introduce you into the mythical world of hallucinogenic and medicinal plants in this region of the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 4. Iquitos / Disembarkation

We will have a panoramic city tour, remember that Iquitos is the farthest inland port that serves ocean vessels in the world. We will pass thru the remains of wonderful houses that hosted “Rubber Barons” in the beginning of the 20th century.

After disembarkation, we will visit the Manatee Rescue Center, a fantastic project that is committed to save orphaned manatees and reinsert them in the wild. You´ll learn about them and why they are so endangered in this part of the Amazon. Meals: breakfast and lunch

Transfer to the airport for your return flight.

Note: All itineraries are subject to change, due to weather and other conditions. All times indicated are approximate, and are also subject to change.

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