The Pacaya Samiria Reserve is a beautiful travel destination on the great Amazon River as it is located in the remote rainforest of Amazon River basin. The Pacaya Samiria is one of the well preserved homes for endangered wild life, birds and plants. You could only access this place through water which makes it hard to reach the place unless you are a seasoned traveler. But the visit to this beautiful destination is made possible by a few seasoned world travelers. Fortunately you could arrive through a luxury river cruiser, the M/V Aria, to the world of colorful birds, hawks and millions of butterflies. You may be fortunate enough to see a jaguar even!
The M/V Aria, is available for private charter which is a part of the Aqua Expeditions fleet. It can be assured that on payment, you would get to enjoy it for three to seven nights for jungle exploration. It would cost between $2,700 to $6,650. You could enjoy dolphin watching, fishing trip, and aquatic life. During winter with flooded jungles, people can explore winding system of the river and the small inlets. In summer water recedes, you could enjoy river’s pseudo sandy beaches.
The length of vessel M/V Aria is 147 feet having 24 crew members including four guides. It consists of sixteen cabins with floor to ceiling windows; the top deck is air-conditioned with an observation lounge and the Amazon Grill restaurant. There are Amazon wildlife reference library, air-conditioned multimedia room, an outdoor Jacuzzi and sundeck, and an exercise room. The park ranger will show you the projects of sustainability and conservation. It could be one hell of an Amazonian cruise!