The Delfin II is not your ordinary cruise ship. There are just 14 large and master suites onboard, four of which can be interconnected for family use. Each suite has extra large wrap-around windows, king size beds made with fine Peruvian linens, and a well-designed en suite bathroom which maximises space.
Guests share use of a huge deck lounge which is equipped with audio-visual equipment for lectures. You can climb up to the observation deck day or night to admire the Amazon views or look at the stars, and it’s a great spot for a pre-dinner cocktail. Meals are served in the dining area, and they are a veritable gastronomic adventure with their blend of Amazon ingredients and modern cooking styles.
The Delfin II sails through the Pacaya Samiria, the second largest reserve in Peru. At least 100,000 ribereños people live here and you’ll spy many of their villages from the deck of the ship as you make your way along the river. Each day there are opportunities to disembark and explore the jungle. You might choose to meet pink dolphins on a skiff trip, then later fish for piranha whilst on a night safari.