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Setting sail from Nauta
The Amazon town of Nauta, founded in 1830, is situated a couple of hours' drive south of Iquitos, and serves as a hub for river cruises venturing into the remote Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve. The town lies at the confluence of the Marañón and Ucayali rivers, and villagers from around the Amazonian region come here to sell their wares at the local markets.
Peru: Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve
The vast Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve covers some 8,000 square miles of pristine rainforest, home to more than 1,000 species of vertebrate and 400 species of bird. Creatures to look out for include giant otters, pink river dolphins, monkeys, macaws, three-toed sloths and the dinosaur-like hoatzin.
Scenic river cruising
Arriving in Nauta
Your home from home
Launching in 2021, this tiny and innovative vessel allows guest to discover the smaller waterways and tributaries of the Upper Amazon.
What we love
Combining luxury and exploration isn't easy, yet Aqua Expeditions have balanced locally inspired design with modern sophistication and a focus on the destination to create once in a lifetime experiences.
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An informal yet chic atmosphere on board driven by the communal spirit of shared exploration.