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The Great Amazon River Cruise

Explore the Wonders of the World's Largest Rain Forest on Our Peruvian Jungle Voyage

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Wyndham Costa del Sol

The Wyndham Costa del Sol is conveniently located at the Lima airport, and ideal for late arrivals and early departures to Cusco the following morning. Its 130 contemporary rooms include free...

Wyndham Costa del Sol

Location
Lima, Peru

The Wyndham Costa del Sol is conveniently located at the Lima airport, and ideal for late arrivals and early departures to Cusco the following morning. Its 130 contemporary rooms include free Wi-Fi, mini bar and in-room safe. A 24-hour restaurant and room service offer meals round the clock.  The spa and fitness center are likewise open 24 hours a day to help travelers unwind—take advantage of massage therapy, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, exercise equipment and an indoor swimming pool.

Casa Andina Private Collection

With its stylish contemporary design, cutting-edge technology and ideal location, the flagship Casa Andina Private Collection–Miraflores hotel is first-class in every aspect. Once the Miraflores...

Casa Andina Private Collection

Location
Lima, Peru

With its stylish contemporary design, cutting-edge technology and ideal location, the flagship Casa Andina Private Collection–Miraflores hotel is first-class in every aspect. Once the Miraflores César's, Lima’s fondly remembered, original 5-star hotel, this modern icon was dramatically transformed in 2008 into the capital’s newest luxury hotel. Its quintessential Limeño flavor reverberates in its outstanding collection of works by contemporary local artists and prized colonial-era antiques, in both public spaces and guest rooms.

The 17 story hotel's 148 luxury rooms and suites have views over Lima's sophisticated Miraflores district and the Pacific coast. All rooms have soundproofing, free Wi-Fi and an LCD flatscreen TV. First-class amenities include a heated covered pool and breezy terrace, gymnasium with the latest exercise equipment, prestigious Joop salon and massage room, and business center. Alma is the hotel's fine-dining establishment, while Sama offers a coffee bar and casual cafeteria-style dining; 24-hour room service is also available. The Lobby Bar features live piano music nightly and a wide selection of fine Pisco brandies. 

La Estrella Amazonica

Our rain forest adventure takes place aboard La Estrella Amazonica, a sparkling new riverboat that made its debut in 2013 for deluxe eco-cruises on the Amazon River and its tributaries. Its 15 en suite cabins...

La Estrella Amazonica

 La Estrella Amazonica is a new luxury riverboat built in 2013, custom-designed for cruising the Amazon and its tributaries. Air-conditioned throughout for maximum comfort, this 143-foot vessel accommodates just 30 guests in 15 spacious cabins. A crew of 11, plus an Expedition Leader and two naturalist guides, are at your service. Cabins are generously sized and have en suite bathrooms, private balconies with chairs, a desk, an ample closet, and 110/220-volt electrical outlets. Standard cabins have two beds or can be converted to queen-size beds. Superior cabins have a queen and a twin bed (which can be converted to 3 twins for a bit of a tight squeeze), and can accommodate triples.  There is one smaller "solo" cabins for singles. Six of the cabins can be converted to create two adjoining suites, ideal for families traveling together.
 
A stylish dining room features gleaming hardwood floors and picture windows so you don't miss a bit of the passing view. Tables seat 6 to 8, allowing you to get to know fellow guests as you dine on fine regional and international cuisine, prepared on board from fresh, local ingredients. Other public spaces include a covered open-air bar and observation deck atop the ship with 360-degree views; a lecture room with 55-inch LCD TV, home theater system (with movies available) small library and comfortable sofas for relaxing; and an on-board fitness room with stair climbers, stationary bikes and weights, so guests can stay active in air-conditioned comfort. Complimentary on-board laundry service is available.

The ship carries two stable 18-passenger skiffs for excursions accompanied by knowledgeable local naturalist guides (in addition to NHA's Expedition Leader). Naturalists also provide daily presentations and discussions in the onboard lecture room, as well as a daily reception featuring complimentary wine and beer. 

The ship was built following SOLAS and MARPOL international guidelines, and exceeds Peruvian saftey standards. International environmental standards also guide all ship system designs and operations, making this the most environmentally responsible vessel on the Amazon.

Delfin II

Built in 2009 for Amazon river cruising, the Delfin II is 135 feet long and carries up to 30 passengers in 14 suites. The ship’s design and amenities incorporate features from the rain forest environs...

Delfin II

Location
Amazon River, Peru

Built in 2009 for Amazon river cruising, the Delfin II is 135 feet long and carries up to 30 passengers in 14 deluxe suites. The ship’s design and amenities incorporate features from the rain forest environs, including salvaged forest hardwoods, collected irapay leaves (typically seen on residential huts) that form the roof, and custom-made lotions made of natural jungle ingredients in each guest cabin. Artisan handcrafts made by local village women vibrantly enhance the dining room and every suite.

All guests suites have air conditioning; a king or two double beds with cool, Peruvian pima cotton bedding, indoor sitting area, large en suite bathroom with hot-water showers, organic toiletries and hair dryer, safe box and floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows that provide unobstructed views of the ever-changing river conditions, wildlife and communities along the shore. The covered open top deck features gleaming hardwoods, comfortable lounge furniture, ceiling fans for cooling and a soaking spa. A yoga and exercise room provide a space for pursuing fitness and relaxation. Inside, guests can relax and enjoy board games, films and naturalist presentations in the spacious air-conditioned lounge. The Delfin II has an open bridge policy, and guests are welcome to learn about the navigation systems and chat with the captain at any time.

Most of Delfin II’s staff guides were born and raised in the rain forest, in small communities throughout the Peruvian Amazon. They spent their childhoods walking forest paths, climbing trees to pick fruit, fishing the small streams and chasing iguanas along the shoreline. Now, they are proud to share their knowledge and passion with travelers from around the world. Many have also participated in training sessions and projects with Peruvian and North American professors, researchers, scientists and other professionals involved with the study and conservation of the Amazon rain forest. And, as guests will discover during their cruise, they also have delightful musical talents to share!

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