The Delfin II is built in the style of a classic Amazon River vessel. The vessel is purpose built for cruising the Amazon and on its four or five day itineraries, visits the pristine Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve which is one of the best areas for wildlife viewing in Peru's northern Amazon region.
There are fourteen suite cabins in total spread over two decks, each with private bathroom, wood paneling, shower, two open closets and air-conditioning units with remote control. Six standard suites are twin bedded and four have king size beds. The standard suites are side facing with panoramic windows. At the front of each deck there are two Master Suites with king size beds and panoramic windows affording side and forward views from the boat.
The observation deck and lounge is very spacious with a wooden floor, comfortable reclining chairs, a fully stocked bar and TV with DVD and video. The cozy dining room is air-conditioned with large panoramic windows and a window through to the kitchen so you can watch the chef in action. The Delfin II has two aluminum skiffs for excursions, flashlights for night excursions and ponchos with hoods and rubber boots in case of rain.
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The most exclusive vessel operating the waters of the Pacaya Samiria Reserve in Peru, the Delfin offers just four luxurious, spacious cabins, excellent on-board facilities and opportunities to spot wildlife and meet local indigenous communities.