Selva Viva Amazon Cruise, Peru
M/F Selva Viva is an economical, tourist-class Amazon cruiser in Peru.
2 to 12-day itineraries on the Amazon River and to Pacaya Samiria Reserve.
With just 4 cabins, accommodating up to 11 passengers, is ideal for charters.
Prices vary according to group size, but can be under £150 / $200 p/p per day.
Profits generated from cruise go towards local, grassroots projects.
Constructed in 2007 using a traditional Brazilian wooden riverboat style, the M/F Selva Viva is ideal for those wanting the experience of an Amazon cruise ... without breaking the bank.
While the facilities are functional, rather than luxurious, the Selva Viva is notable for its convivial, homely atmosphere that makes it easy to relax, while on board.
Moreover, the small size of the boat enables it to slip under the close canopy of the jungle, within narrow waterways, where the best wildlife-watching is to be had.
As the boat is owned and operated by a French-Peruvian NGO, passengers have the comfort of knowing that any money generated from their experience goes towards helping grassroots projects in the vast and under-developed Peruvian Amazon department of Loreto.
Example Itineraries: (guaranteed to depart with just two passengers)
The Selva Viva is also available for charter, and its competitive pricing make this an excellent alternative for small groups. For example, those on a tight schedule may find a 3-day cruise to the Allpahuaya-Mishano Reserve, which is in within easy reach of Iquitos, a good option.
Ask us about available dates and potential itineraries.