Amazonian Cruise onboard the Queen of Enin River Boat from Trinidad, Bolivia
No plans for this holiday? A jungle adventure and Amazonian Cruise is recommended for you in Trinidad, Bolivia! Book a Full Day or up to 4 Day River Tour onboard the Queen of Enin River Boat that can take up to 36 people! Rates as low as $102 USD per person/day. Rates: • $102 USD per person/day Our boat has 12 rooms able to accommodate up to 24 people in double cabins (2 people per cabin). What You Can Expect: The Queen of Enin, better known as Reina de Enín, is the only Amazonian Cruise that is located in the southern part of the Amazon River. Among the 8 countries that make up the Basin, of almost 8 thousand square kilometers of surface, Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador, have cruises. All of them in the north of it. The Bolivian Amazon is the most untouched of all, the best-preserved and with the largest area of forests without intervening. This makes the Queen's area of operations, as the most preserved Amazon of all, the fundamental argument for being the best Amazonian cruise among all. Full-Day Program Reception and transfer from the airport (or from hotel) to Ballivián Port on the Ibare river. Presentation of the crew of the boat and internal tour of the boat by the Captain or guide. Presentation and clarification of the program to follow. Indications proper to the boat and precautions to take into account. Afterwards, we´ll have a short sailing in a smaller boat to the indigenous community of Copacabana on the Ibare river. The crossing in this area is characterized by a picturesque landscape accompanied by the sighting of some species of fauna of the place. In the community, we perform the observation and interpretation of species of flora, traditional systems of crops, plantations, uses and customs and history. At noon we will return to our boat where we will start sailing north on the Ibare river. Lunchtime is served at 13:00 enjoying the breeze of the river while sailing on the Ibare river. After lunch there will be a reasonable time for the passenger's rest, then we will be transported to a beautiful lagoon crossing channels and streams flooded by the rise of the waters, effect of the rainy season. In this lagoon, it is possible to practice sports fishing, observation of flora and fauna and of course, swimming in the lagoon. 16:30, we will start the return trip to Puerto Ballivián, where the taxi will be waiting for you to take you to the city of Trinidad (Airport or hotel). The visitor will have Spanish / English guide according to his preference. The program can vary according to the location of the Flotel, can start at another point but fulfilling almost the same program. 4-Day River Tour Program during the Dry Season (May through November) • First Day: Set sail, northwards, on the majestic Mamoré River, born in the Andean heights. Get ready for Native fishing. Walks and baths along white solitary sand beaches. Later on we´ll enjoy a rejuvenating Mud bath, get ready for some fun. We´ll also be able to observe river dolphins or bufeos as they are known in the region. During the night we´ll go on a Caimaneada (caiman watching). • Second Day: We´ll exchange goods with the locals. Ride horses on a cattle ranch, and visit a native community. Abubuya baths in the great Mamoré (Abubuya: floating devices). During the night we´ll feast will enjoying a presentation of the Archeology of the Moxos region. • Third Day: Enjoy a scenic walk through the jungle. From there, we´ll head towards the Boca (the confluence of the Mamoré and Ibare rivers) area, a favorite feeding area for the local dolphins. Night camp. • Fourth Day: We´ll start the day with a walk through the prehistoric artificial mounds, home to an ancient civilization that inhabited the area. From there we will return to port onboard smaller boats along the Ibare River. 4 Day River Tour Program during the Flood Season (December through April) • First Day: Set sail on the Ibare River till we reach Boca (the confluence of the Mamoré and Ibare rivers) area, a favorite feeding area for the local dolphins. From there we´ll take a quick boat ride to watch the sunset and catch a glimpse of the local monkeys. During the night we´ll feast will enjoy a presentation of the Archaeology of the Moxos region. • Second Day: Enjoy a scenic walk through the jungle. Set sail, southwards, on the majestic Mamoré River. Get ready for Native fishing in nearby lagoons. During the night we will go on a Caimaneada (caiman watching). • Third Day: We will exchange goods with the locals and visit a native community. As an alternative, others may choose to try the jungle river tubing baths in the great Mamoré. • Fourth Day: Farewell activities according to preference: wildlife sightseeing from the terraces or bathing on the nearby sandy beaches. What to Expect Onboard: Our ship is 26 meters long, with all the services to accommodate up to 34 people in three levels. Our rooms have private bathrooms and air conditioning. Our vessel is surrounded by open-air terraces on the three floors, with hammocks and comfortable relaxing chairs. Our multiple terraces permit us to serve our buffet food inside or outside as you prefer. We also count a 24/7 bar where we have board games and a library of fiction novels and research books about the Bolivian Amazon region. Technical Specifications on Board Reina de Enin Facilities and services · Rooms with private bathroom and air conditioning · Full kitchen with all facilities, including refrigerator available · Multiple recreational areas (terraces, hammocks, reading room, bar, 3 floors) · Board games (chess, dominoes, dice, etc.) · Site library that includes works of fiction (novels) and research (guides, biology, ethnic groups, etc.) · Food buffet · Bar 24/7 · 220 Volts in hours of overnight stay of passengers on the ship (morning, noon and night) · Bilingual guides Security · First aid kit · Cell phone signal in the vicinity (Communication secured in cases of emergency) · Speedboats for faster transportation · Nautical maps at scale Other · Powerful lantern that ensures a better sighting of alligators at night · Accessories for swimming development, tubes · Seasonal fumigation system against insects · Water tempered according to climate The Reina de Enin is also equipped with a small fleet of motorized small boats which provide unlimited mobility and allow for the exploration of the most remote areas and inaccessible shores. These also allow small groups of people to go out from the boat to different places accordingly to days activities. If someone prefers to enjoy the scenery around the boat, they can stay at the ship or even choose to go off to do a customized activity. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 34 guests
- Houseboats & Sleepaboards
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.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Galley Stove & Oven
- Wheel steering
- CD Player
- Single Engine
- Fuel type: Diesel
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 20 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Cancellation policy Between 20 and 3 days before departure: 10% charged Between 72 and 24 hours before departure 50% charged The day of departure 100% charged.