The Reina de Enín, is the only Amazonian cruise for the past 3 decades to be located in the southern part of the Amazon River. Among the 8 countries that make up the basin Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador have cruises. All of them in the north of it. This stretch of the river that the boat is on is some of the most untouched regions of the Amazon and it is a great adventure for families and for those who want to get away. The Amazon region is everything you would expect; snakes, sloths, monkeys, dolphins, alligators, birds of all colors and to hear wild beautiful sounds, plus see thousands of stars more than anywhere else. Its a fun, educational and wonderful travel experience. This is a great adventure for families and for those who want to get away.
"If you are someone who wants to go off the beaten path and experience very rural Bolivia and the Amazon Basin, this is quite possibly the best way to do it. The meals are, shockingly, amazing! The crew blends in and becomes part of your family within a few minutes." Dr. Shultz
We operate in a protected area surrounded by hundreds of lagoons, streams, islands, and forests. Moxos floodplains are unique for its fauna, having a unique type of dolphin, and one of the best sites for birdwatching in Bolivia. Surprisingly enough, our river cruise includes unlike other trips in the Amazon basin, opportunities to have jungle archaeology experiences as we can walk through ancient mounds made by advanced hydraulic agricultural management cultures.
With the new improvements made to our 3-level Amazon river cruise and our well-trained staff, we can give your travelers a better onboard experience of the Llanos de Moxos region, considered by the WWF the largest protected wetland on the planet.