Activities on the Reina de Enin
WHAT YOU CAN SEE FROM OUR SHIP DURING THE DAY
During your tour through the Ibare and Mamoré rivers on board of the ship, it is habitual to observe river dolphins, unique and endemic species of the rivers in Bolivia’s Amazonian region. You will be able to see numerous birds (superb lyrebird, herons, cormorant, manguarí, jabiru, stork, kingfishers, seagulls, rynchops, spatulas, stinkbird, ovenbird, carrion-eating birds, macaws, parrots and many more), several sea mammals, among which we can stand out the largest rodent on the planet, the capybara, besides reptiles such as the mythical sicurí or anaconda, petas and tatarugas, alligators and caimans or even we may be surprised by some constrictor boa quietly sunbathing on a log on the river bank.
See a few of the more than 300 bird species that are found in the area. Tropical Birdwatching Photo Gallery
Our ship is well thought for families and has a protected net pool over the river where children can spend their time if they stay on the boat. See Swimming Photo Gallery.
ACTIVITIES AT NIGHT ON THE SHIP
When the sun sets, after dinner on board of the Reina de Enin, you can enjoy the red and orange colored sky on the decks of this particular ship. The engines are turned off and the musicians start playing boleros and traditional local music with their guitars which under the shelter of the moon on a starry night make us dream with a paradise on earth.
Click to see what our tours to the jungle, river, and lagoons are about: Piranha fishing, Boat Tours, Adventure tubing in the Amazon basin, Walk through the rainforest, Horseback riding through the Amazonian pampa, Kayak Rowing, Baths in the net pool Amazon Archaeology, Visit and Exchange with communities or riverside inhabitants, Caiman spotting.
Photo Credit: Macaws Fullmoon - Miguel Fernandez