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New Health and Safety Protocols

The world has changed, so we’ve adapted. We’ve reinvented ourselves so you can fulfill your dream of visiting the Upper Peruvian Amazon. We’ve adjusted, intensified and redefined our health and safety…
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October 25, 2019
Sloths in the Amazon Rainforest
Sloths in the Amazon Rainforest
The Amazon Rainforest is consistently praised for its vast biodiversity and regarded as a top destination to spot some of the most fascinating wildlife. It’s no surprise that the Amazon…
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October 23, 2019
Amazon River Facts
Amazon River Facts
The Amazon River flows through South America, providing essential hydration to plants, animals, and people as it courses from the Andes mountains to the Atlantic. Thousands of species of fish…
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October 22, 2019
Pink River Dolphin Facts
Pink River Dolphin Facts
The Pink Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis), also known as ‘boto’ by the locals, is likely to be the highlight of anyone’s trip to the Amazon Rainforest. That is, if…
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October 21, 2019
Pink River Dolphin Interview with Dr. Joanna Alfaro
Pink River Dolphin Interview with Dr. Joanna Alfaro
Delfin Amazon Cruises is welcoming Dr. Joanna Alfaro onboard the Delfin III vessel in 2020 to host a series of special Pink River Dolphin cruises. Joanna obtained her PhD from the…
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Recent Posts

New Health and Safety Protocols
New Health and Safety Protocols
July 07, 2020
Birds in the Amazon Rainforest
Birds in the Amazon Rainforest
May 18, 2020
Cooking in the Amazon: A Simple Patarashca Recipe
Cooking in the Amazon: A Simple Patarashca Recipe
May 05, 2020
Book with flexibility and travel with a peace of mind, see our new booking terms & conditions here. At this time, Peru's borders remain closed, please contact us for more information. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Upper Peruvian Amazon soon!
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