1978 (REMODELED 2010)
The spacious 8-guest river vessel Delfin I is one step beyond luxury. Comfort and grace combine effortlessly with the wilderness of the Amazon River on this unique riverboat that showcases the Amazon from window-wrapped luxury suites with private terraces, two of which feature private cold-water whirlpool baths.
Choose the Delfin I for a truly intimate experience in the Peruvian Amazon. Every suite is incredibly spacious with large private bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows. With only 8 guests and 13 crew members, the focus really is on providing personalized experiences that include hands-on activities, enthusiastic guides and extremely fine dining. The crew has personally cruised aboard Delfin I.
The Delfin II is an exclusive home base for Amazon River cruising. This luxury, 28-guest riverboat combines comfort and grace effortlessly with the wilderness of the Amazon. Expect world-class hospitality, fine dining and great company aboard.
Choose the Delfin II for their local way of doing things, for sourcing local foods and hiring local guides. If luxury and authenticity are important to you, the Delfin II is the perfectly sized river vessel bringing influence and cultural awareness to every cruise through the Peruvian Amazon.
Highlights of the Delfin III Amazon Cruise include lengthy explorations aboard aluminum skiffs, sometimes taking breakfast aboard skiffs in order to take full advantage of wildlife viewing opportunities. Eight-passenger skiffs allow gentle, guided excursions to places like Yanayacu Pucate and the Fundo Casual jungle trail, within the best preserved and protected zones of the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. Uniquely on the 5-day Low Water itinerary, reach the Palm Forest at the very heart of the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. And uniquely on the 5-day High Water itinerary, explore Yanallpa and the Dorado River’s birds, butterflies noisy monkey troops. A community visit on each of the 5-day Delfin III agendas is to where fantastic arts and crafts made by local women are displayed and sold. One cannot experience the Amazon without meeting and learning about the local villagers who have called Amazonia home for generations.