This incredible ecosystem, which accounts for more than half of our planet’s rainforests, owes its existence to its life force: the Amazon river. Located in the Peruvian Andes and spanning more than 5,139,784 acres, the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve is the biggest protected flooded forest in the world.
Embark on one of our cruises to explore the natural wonders and spectacular landscapes of a region characterized by historical and cultural richness and diversity. Among the activities we offer, we highly recommend discovering the forest’s canopy, swimming with pink river dolphins, and going on a kayak, stand-up paddle board or rowing boat trip of the Amazon river.
Peruvian cuisine is considered one of the best in the world and reflects one of the country’s intrinsic characteristics, its cultural diversity. Embark on a true culinary adventure: our chefs will proudly prepare “criollo” dishes – typical cuisine from the Peruvian coast – presented in a contemporary way and with excellent service.
The Amazon rainforest is the largest forest in America and is home to more than one-third of all known species. One in every five birds in the world lives in this extraordinary habitat. Among its tropical species we can find pink river dolphins, toucans, sloths and several species of monkeys.