Amazon River Cruise & Machu Picchu 13 Days

IQUITOS • PACAYA SAMIRA NATIONAL RESERVE • IQUITOS Sailing on the Amazon River is an incomparable experience and Sun God Peru Expeditions offers you organized programs of 13 days to the border with Brasil and Colombia and to Pacaya Samiria National Reserve combining day cruises with the Inca Empire discovering… Read More…

Aria Luxury Amazon River Cruise

A journey by Amazon river cruise into the Amazon rainforest….Immense buttressed trees loom overhead hanging with vines and alive with over 500 species of birds and many more…this region has been identified as having one of highest bio-diversity on the planet. Experience the world as it was at the very… Read More…

Aqua Luxury Amazon Cruise

Embark on the voyage of a lifetime, sailing the earth’s mightiest river — the Amazon. The first luxury vessel in the region, the M/V Aqua caters to the most discriminating and adventurous of world travelers, providing an unforgettable journey into areas penetrated by only a privileged few. As your ship… Read More…

M/F Arapaima Amazon River Cruise

Arapaima. Sailing on the Amazon River is an incomparable experience and Sun God Peru Tours Expeditions offers you organized programs from 4 days to 8 days to the border with Brasil and Colombia and to Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. [mytabs name=’Ship Overview’] M/F ARAPAIMA Type of vessel:  Tourist River Vessel… Read More…

Tahuayo Reserve River Amazon Cruise 4 Days

Discover the mythical Tahuayo Reserve Amazon River and one of its little affluent! Between the excessive size of the largest river in the world and the incredible biodiversity of the Tahuayo River, this cruise will make you discover the Amazonian fauna and flora and also the culture and the way… Read More…

Iquitos Manaos Amazon River Cruise

Iquitos Manaos. Iquitos is a city with a population of over 200,000 inhabitants. It is the largest jungle city of Peru and the capital of the massive Department of Loreto, the largest of all Peru’s Departments. Iquitos was originally founded in the 1750s as a Jesuit mission. It grew steadily… Read More…