Reina

Reina de Enin River Cruise

from $699.00

 

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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.

Experience the magic of the Bolivian amazon Jungle on board our Flotel to explore the Rainforest and participate in the adventurous activities that can be done during your cruise: Lagoon swimming, jungle hikes, visit a remote white-sand jingle beach, birdwatching, hiking, canoeing and more!

You can also take the tour 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 explore the Jungle. 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.

Enjoy the comfort of your cabin with private facilities and the ample social areas and restaurant while on board. Reina de Enin works with CYMA, a small group of university-trained, native Bolivian biologists that provide expert bilingual guiding to our groups.

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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.
  • All guided excursions & activities with expert bilingual jungle guide & experienced crew.
  • Accommodation in cabin with bunk-beds with private facilities.
  • All meals on board as specified in the program.
  • Transfers to & from Port.
  • iDrinking water, coffee, tea.
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Domestic nor international flights.
  • Personal expenses, extras, tips and drinks on board.
  • Other services not specified in the program.
  • Local fees (if applies) during visits.
  • Trip, cancelation and medical insurance.
  1. Day 1 Reception and transfer

    Reception and transfer from the airport (or from the hotel) to Puerto Los Puentes on the Mamoré river. Presentation of the crew and internal tour of the ship by the Captain or guide. Presentation and clarification of the program to be followed. Indications of the boat and precautions to take on board.

    Our first activity is visiting a small village in Mamoré River. We’ll know about this people, how do they live and what do they do (customs, folk).

    At noon we return to our main boat where we start sailing north, hours 1:00 pm, lunch is served enjoying the breeze of the river while we sail on the river Mamoré, the goal is to find a good place to rest  or swim on the big Mamoré river.

  2. Day 2 Ride & Relax

    After breakfast, we sail until we reach a farm where the ride in horse is made. Is time to learn and show how to ride a horse and learn about the characteristics of livestock in eastern Bolivia, while riding in the middle of the open pampas of Beni.

    In the afternoon we´ll look for a good place to relax and enjoy the beach. Swimming in the Mamoré river is a good option.

    After dinner will be the activity of the ”Lagarteada”, or the simulation of the black caiman hunting. We are going to know how to find the alligator or caimans and explains the characteristics of it (at any time we touch or bother any type of animal).

  3. Day 3 Expedition

    After breakfast we will find a good path to walk in to the forest and make the interpretation of the jungle, properties of plants and fruits. The path is made in a stealthy way to increase the chances of finding and visualizing some species of fauna that can be found in the jungle.

    In the afternoon we make a hike into the forest. Time to know about jungle, plants and animals. This hiking takes about 2,5 hours.

    Afterwards we sail to the confluence of the Mamoré and Ibare rivers, this is the best place for observing freshwater dolphins or bufeos (Inia Boliviensis), you can also take advantage of the pink dolphins to swim.

  4. Day 4 Visit the Green Lagoon

    The visit to the Green Lagoon is made going through a jungle path where the interpretation of flora and fauna of the place is complemented. We also visit one of the artificial hills that were made by the ancient inhabitants of the Moxos.  In Green lagoon we are possible to fish some piranhas.

    After lunch, we will start the return trip navigating the Ibare river until arriving at Puerto Loma Suárez where the taxi will be waiting to take you to the city of Trinidad (Airport or hotel).

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

Water
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
Accommodation
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).

Comforts
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).
Life-jackets.
Rain ponchos.
Binoculars.
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.

Deck Plan

Amazon river cruises

Amazon jungle tour

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