The World Travel Awards, known as the “Oscars of travel and tourism,” acknowledge Jungle Experiences Amazon River Cruises, a Peruvian company with more than 25 years of experience, for its service quality and excellence.
Jungle Experiences was also acknowledged by the Loreto Regional Directorate of Foreign Trade, Tourism and Craftsmanship for drawing attention to this South American region and contributing to the development of tourism in the Amazon.
Jungle Experiences is committed to Peru and has announced a fourth riverboat for 2021.
Jungle Experiences Amazon River Cruises was awarded “South America’s Leading River Cruise Company 2019” by the World Travel Awards after more than 2 million travelers voted on the excellence of companies in the industry this year.
“We’re very happy. This is the first award we’ve received for being a top Amazon cruise company. I would like to dedicate this award to our entire team for the huge effort and dedication they put in each day,” said Claudia Rodríguez, General Manager of Jungle Experiences.
“This acknowledgment makes clear our commitment to travelers and motivates us to continue offering quality service on all our boats. At Jungle Experiences, we’re committed to Peru and we seek to make each experience unforgettable for visitors. That’s why we’re already working on a fourth boat for 2021.”
“To those who voted for us, we’d like to extend our thanks for their preference,” she emphasized.
Service and itinerary excellence is reflected in this cruise company with more than 25 years of experience, which offers passengers a choice between a luxury voyage on the Zafiro Luxury Amazon Cruise, an adventure trip on La Perla or an expedition aboard the Amatista.
The luxury cruise has an elegant design in all of its 19 suites, accommodating 40 passengers who can enjoy a spa, a gym, a bar area and, most incredibly, an outdoor jacuzzi that’s perfect for contemplating an authentic Amazon sunset surrounded by the characteristic views and sounds of the planet’s lungs.
La Perla, which can accommodate 32 passengers in its 14 cabins, has a reading room, bar, outdoor hammock area and a privileged observation deck from which passengers can appreciate the characteristic muddy waters of the world’s longest river.
All our boats offer passengers unique itineraries to travel the area in four, six or eight days. The daytime activities we offer include fishing for piranhas, swimming with the pink dolphins endemic to the Amazon, participating in an authentic ceremony with a shaman, hugging a funny sloth, and much more. At nightfall, travelers can spot mysterious species such as the cayman or the enigmatic anaconda, always accompanied by our specialist guides who will help them feel reassured.
Jungle Experiences was also recognized at a large event by the Loreto Regional Directorate of Foreign Trade, Tourism and Craftsmanship for drawing attention to this South American region and contributing to tourism in the Amazon. Robner Rivas Rivadeneira, Regional Director of Foreign Trade, Tourism and Craftsmanship (DIRECTURA) was also present at the event.
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