Reina de Enin River Cruise

from $790.00



Let’s cruise the Amazon Jungle on board the Reina de Enin!
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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Amazon Cruises, Jungle, Wildlife
  • Activity Level Moderate
All about the Reina de Enin River Cruise.

While aboard, you are welcome to participate in any activity. We may take one launch boat to a lagoon for a swim, another boat to a trailhead for a jungle hike, while a third may visit a remote white-sand beach for a relaxing walk and a check for fresh animal footprints. You can treat it as a relaxing cruise and stay onboard the Reina for your whole stay, or you can make Indiana Jones envious by going full-bore with camera, binoculars, hiking boots, and specimen bottles 24/7. It’s up to you. At the end of each day, we often meet upstairs on the viewing deck to have a drink, share the day’s adventures, and observe a remarkably vivid Milky Way.

Flotel Reina de Enin works with CYMA, a small group of university-trained, native Bolivian biologists that provide expert guiding to our groups.


The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Transfers
  • English speaking guide, meals, mineral water (B=Breakfast,
  • Meals
  • Mineral water
  • Detailed Food (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch and D=Dinner).
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Airplane tickets
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Soft drinks
  • Insurance
  • Airport taxes (2 $ for national flights y 25 $ for international flights).
  1. Day 1 Beginning the navigation through the Mamore river

    We have itineraries of 4 and 5 days depending on the month of the year. This is an example itinerary:

    Reception at Trinidad city airport. Immediate transfer to the Flotel Reina de Enín (10 miles away from the city). Beginning of the navigation by the Mamoré river, during the trip, sightseeing of the flora and fauna of the riversides. Arrive to the yuracaré community of San Renato, cultural exchange and horseback ride to el Carmen cattle ranch, through the gallery forest and the savanna. By the end of the afternoon, the guide will invite everyone to swim in the refreshing waters of the Mamoré river. L+D

  2. Day 2 Lagoon excursion and trekking

    Half-day excursion to a lagoon system called Victoria, this will be a perfect opportunity to swim close to the pink river dolphins. Once we reach the lagoon, a wood-made boat provided with a silent engine will introduce us into small streams surrounded by forest. After the lunch, a two hours trekking by the footpath to Soledad. We will have lots of opportunities to see monkeys, sloths and opossums… and we also will see giant trees species like: mapajo, bibosi and ochoó. B+L+D

  3. Day 3 Canoe Paddling and swimming with dolphins

    Navigation to la Morenita where we will enjoy the experience of canoe paddling the same way the people of the area do using a canoe made of ochoó wood and fishing the voracious pirhana. Lunch and afterwards we are going to the white colored sand beaches for swimming in the company of the friendly river dolphins. In the night after the dinner using a small aluminum motor boat we will go in a “photo safari” looking for the legendary conservation symbol: the black caiman.  B+L+D

  4. Day 4 Visit to the Mojeño Community and trekking

    Visit to the mojeño community of Villa del Carmen, visit to the chacos, where we will have the opportunity to take a look at the small scale crops of: manioc, banana, cacao and sugar cane. Trekking by the forest for about half an hour where we would see different palm tree species used to make handicrafts by the local people. Return to the Flotel.  In the night after the dinner, the guide will give a presentation about the archeological sites founded in the area. B+L+D

  5. Day 5 Fishing and visit the lonely sand beaches, transfer to the airport

    Last opportunity to catch the “big” ones: pacú, surubí, and general among others are 20 pounds fishes in average or just take a walk in the lonely sand beaches. Two hours navigation heading the port of la Loma Suarez upstream one affluent of the Mamoré: the Ibare river. This a perfect opportunity to enjoy the gallery forest from a high point of view at the top of the Flotel looking for caimans, monkeys and capybaras. Once we reach the port, our van will be waiting to take us to the airport. B

Reina de Enin riverboat Tecnical Specifications

Catamaran type boat with 3 floors:
Long (sleeve): 26 meters.
Width (length): 12 meters.
Height: 10 meters.
Draft: 1.5 to 1.8 meters.
Speed: 10 knots, 3 knots against the tide.
Engine: 160 horsepower.
Generators: 5, 15 and 80 kbs
Capacity: 38 passengers
10 cabins with double bed, a single bunk, fan, air conditioning, private bathroom with hot water.
2 cabins with two single bunk beds, fan, air conditioning, private bathroom with hot water.
2 cabins with two single bunk beds, ceiling fan, private bathroom without hot water.

Electrical Main System
Voltage: 220v switch gray
Source: Electricity generator.
Destination: Light of rooms and corridors, fans, water pumps.
Opening hours: from 7:30 to 8:30
from 11:30 to 13:00
from 18:00 to 22:30
Alternative system
Voltage: 12v switch brown.
Source: Batteries
Destination: Alternative Light Room
Time: 22:30 onwards

Air conditioning
Opening hours:
13:30 to 14:30
from 19:30 to 22:30

Source: Water tanks pumped from the river (not drinking).
Destination: Bathrooms and showers
Opening hours: from 7:30 to 8:30
from 11:30 to 13:00
from 18:00 to 22:30


Expedition ship details
10 Triple cabins 1 – 10 (1 matrimonial bed and 1 single bed, with air conditioning and private bathroom).
2 double cabins 11 & 12 (2 twin beds with air conditioning and private bathroom).
2 double cabins 13 & 14 (2 twin beds with private bathroom).

Private bathrooms.
Air conditioning.
Terraces with hammocks and deck-chairs.
Pliable net pool.
4 – 6 speed motor boats.
1 interior dinnig room.
2 exterior dinning rooms.
Rustic fishing equipment.
Floats (Pneumatics).
Rain ponchos.
First aid kit.
Towells, soap and shampoo.
Electricity 220v while the generator is working and 12v at night.
Bar service.
English and german speaking guides.
Vegetarian food.

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