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Anakonda Amazon Cruise

Luxury Amazon River Cruise
Anakonda Amazon river cruise

Luxury Amazon River Cruise

The Anakonda is the premier Luxury Amazon River Cruise in Ecuador. It’s a fascinating experience onboard a beautiful hotel like river cruise that will take you to the best visitor sites the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador has to offer.

Accommodation

You will enjoy Ecuador’s pristine Amazon region in total comfort on board first-class facilities. Fourteen Standard Suites offer spacious accommodation, air conditioning, private bathrooms with hot water, French balconies, and ceiling-to-floor windows. Four Deluxe Suites come complete with all of the above, plus private balconies and private whirlpool bathtubs with a scenic view!

Amenities

Experience the cozy Bar and Lounge, Conference Room, Reading Room, and breathtaking scenic views. Enjoy the Al Fresco Shaded Lounge, Panoramic View Restaurant and Outdoors Hot Tub on the vessel’s top deck. The Anakonda River Cruise also boasts a River View Spa, Boutique and concierge service, for a journey that is both relaxing and exhilarating!

Exploring the Amazon onboard a river cruise

This is a journey that takes you into the endless heart of biodiversity, the Amazon Basin. The Anakonda River Cruise allows you to explore the remote nature of the rainforest in total comfort and leisure. The Anakonda Amazon Cruise is a state-of-the-art vessel specifically designed to navigate on the Napo River in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Moreover, the wide array of onboard services and amenities will ensure your full comfort and enjoyment.

Awards and Activities

The Anakonda Amazon Cruise won the World Travel Award in 2016 as South America’s Leading Boutique Cruise.  Furthermore, it offers an exclusive experience characterized by comfort, exceptional culinary offerings, and once-in-a-lifetime journeys. Nevertheless, these journeys include; Amazonian cultural immersion, unique wildlife, and the unrivaled wonders of its many ecosystems. In addition, you will get the chance to observe enchanting animals such as the pink river dolphin, giant otters, turtles, hundreds of native birds and primates.

Connoisseur Amazon Tip:

A trip to the Amazon Rainforest is truly a bucket-list item. I believe that cruising the Amazon rainforest is by far the best and most diverse experience possible. If you are going to journey all the way to Ecuador, choose the best option and cruise the Rainforest in style aboard the Anakonda River Cruise.

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Anakonda River Cruise Information

Anakonda River Cruise Activities


• Indigenous Community Immersion

• Canopy Observation Tower

• Rainforest Walks – Day and Night

• Birdwatching

• BBQ Pit

• Swimming

• Kayaking

• Canoe Excursions

• Cooking Lessons – Traditional Dishes

• Handicraft demonstration

• Traditional Amazonian delicacies

• Stargazing

• Glamping (optional & additional cost)

The Anakonda Amazon River Cruise has 2 long 8-day itineraries and 4 and 5-day options as well. You can find all 4 itineraries below.

Anakonda Amazon River Cruise – 8 days/7 nights Itinerary


Sunday – Sunday


Day 1: Sunday: Quito-Coca-Napo River

Your adventure begins in the city of Quito, Capital of Ecuador. After taking a short 30- minute flight from Quito to the Amazon city of Coca, located in the Province of San Francisco de Orellana, take a  transfer to the dock and board a motorized canoe to begin our journey down the river for approximately an hour and a half, taking in the first sights and sounds of the Amazon. Soon after, reach the Anakonda Amazon Cruise ship and be welcomed aboard.

Once you have settled into the Anakonda Amazon Cruise ship, you will be joined by expert local naturalist guides who will provide us with a brief and informative introduction to the Ecuadorian Amazon, after which guests will have their first opportunity to discover the exciting features of our cruise ship: spacious social areas, comfortable suites, and the observation deck that allows us to admire the changing rainforest landscape as we glide down the Napo River. After dinner, we will plunge straight into the Amazon by going for a nighttime forest walk to observe the forest’s nocturnal activity and experience the thrill of the vivid noises and aromas that come from so much biodiversity


Day 2: Monday: Pañacocha Biological Corridor

Continue to travel downstream to the Pañayacu River delta, where we will take a canoe trip to experience the sights of this fascinating water reserve. Pañacocha Lake is an ecosystem flooded by blackwaters. Pañacocha means “Piranha Lake” in the native Quechua language. The surrounding protected Rainforest is home to 9 species of primates, 500 species of birds and more than 100 fish species. This is the perfect habitat for Piranhas, the Water Monkey Fish (Arawana) and the White Caiman. In this little piece of paradise, we will participate in nature walks led by our local naturalist guides, and relax at a nearby campsite where we will enjoy a delicious Amazon-style BBQ and refreshing beverages.

After lunch, you will do some kayaking, and the bravest among us will enjoy a nice refreshing swim in the Piranha Lake! We promise it’s not as dangerous as it sounds!

Back on board the Anakonda Amazon Cruises, our guests will have the opportunity to attend a lecture given by our concierge and watch an educational documentary about the region.


Day 3: Tuesday: Parrot Clay Licks / Amazonian Communities / Observation Tower

This morning, you will set out on canoes to observe one of the most incredible sights on this side of the Western Amazon – the Parrot Clay Licks. This unique place is rich in minerals and attracts hundreds of colorful parrots, parakeets and amazon birds, every day.

Later, we will visit the Quechua Cultural Center, where we will learn about Amazon communities and their ancestral culture, traditions, and cuisine. Members of the local community will teach us about indigenous lifestyles along the Napo River and we will have the opportunity to support the local community by purchasing handicrafts, local products, and souvenirs. Before sunset, we will visit an observation tower in the rainforest canopy, which offers an astonishing 360-degree view of the Amazon basin and is the perfect photo opportunity! Birdwatchers and bird-lovers alike will especially enjoy this outing.


Day 4: Wednesday: Indillama and Napo River / The Northern Side of the Yasuni National Park 

We will begin the day kayaking along the Indillama River, one of the Napo River’s tributaries, which leads us into Yasuni National Park. Kayaks are smooth and silent, providing the very best opportunity to observe wildlife. Canoes can also be used to travel in search of more wildlife. The choice is yours! In these waters, you will find yourself surrounded by lush greenery. After an adventure-filled day, you may choose to take advantage of our observation deck where you can relax and experience a magical view under the stars. Our more energetic guests may choose to unwind with a night walk through the jungle to observe nocturnal creatures.


Day 5: Thursday: The Heart of the Yasuni National Park

Early in the morning, we will visit Yasuni National Park. This is a pristine and relatively undisturbed region of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Our guests will be pleased to learn that this is the home of the legendary Pink River Dolphin! In this area, we can also find anacondas, river turtles and various primate species, as well as the colorful Hoatzin, a unique bird that is known locally as the “Stinky Turkey”.

Later in the afternoon, we will go canoeing in a blackwater lake, home to giant otters and the magnificent, albeit elusive manatee. We will also enjoy a pleasant hike in the Riparian/Gallery Forest, where we have the chance to spot a flock of birds and marvel at the intricate organization of a colony of leaf-cutter ants by the “Giant Fig Tree”, a truly majestic tree that is home to an abundance of wildlife, much like the “Giant Kapok Tree”.


Day 6: Friday: Quechua Family and Life on Board

We will start the day off by visiting an authentic Quechua family located on the banks of the Napo River, where we will receive cultural immersion and the opportunity to learn directly from members of the local community. We will then board the Manatee Amazon Explorer for lunch and some leisure time as we continue our navigation upstream. At this time, our guests will be delighted with our life onboard experiences and participate in a cooking class with our expert chef who will share recipes and techniques using fresh and organic ingredients to prepare exquisite traditional Ecuadorian food that you can replicate at home.

Guests are also invited to try their hands at making traditional handicrafts or enjoy our onboard facilities such as: a relaxing massage at the Rainforest Spa, a spectacular ever-changing scenery view from our Amazon Hut Tub, a delicious cocktail at our Bar and Lounge or just admire the amazing sunset or the stargazing at night from our Observation Deck Lounge. For our more active guests, a kayaking activity is the best choice to explore the nature around. There is an option for everyone!

*This day we are pleased to offer a camping program for our adventurous guests which is an alternative manner to explore this enchanting destination

(Optional activity for the 5 & 8 days Itinerary).


Day 7: Saturday: Forest Adventure and Observation Canopy Tower

This morning, you will set out on canoes to observe one of the most incredible sights on this side of the Western Amazon – the Parrot Clay Licks. This unique place is rich in minerals and attracts hundreds of colorful parrots, parakeets and amazon birds, every day.

Later, we will visit the Quechua Cultural Center, where we will learn about Amazon communities and their ancestral culture, traditions, and cuisine. Members of the local community will teach us about indigenous lifestyles along the Napo River and we will have the opportunity to support the local community by purchasing handicrafts, local products, and souvenirs. Before sunset, we will visit an observation tower in the rainforest canopy, which offers an astonishing 360-degree view of the Amazon basin and is the perfect photo opportunity! Birdwatchers and bird-lovers alike will especially enjoy this outing.


Day 8: Sunday: Farewell to Anakonda River Cruise 

This is where our adventure ends! Enjoy the last part of our return journey onboard and then disembark the Anakonda Amazon Cruises to take the motorized canoe back to Coca (one-and-a-half-hour ride).


Anakonda Amazon River Cruise – 8 days/7 nights Itinerary


Wednesday – Wednesday


Day 1: Wednesday: Quito-Coca-Napo River

Your adventure begins in the city of Quito, Capital of Ecuador. After taking a short 30- minute flight from Quito to the Amazon city of Coca, located in the Province of San Francisco de Orellana, take a  transfer to the dock and board a motorized canoe to begin our journey down the river for approximately an hour and a half, taking in the first sights and sounds of the Amazon. Soon after, reach the Anakonda Amazon Cruise ship and be welcomed aboard.

Once you have settled into the Anakonda Amazon Cruise ship, you will be joined by expert local naturalist guides who will provide us with a brief and informative introduction to the Ecuadorian Amazon, after which guests will have their first opportunity to discover the exciting features of our cruise ship: spacious social areas, comfortable suites, and the observation deck that allows us to admire the changing rainforest landscape as we glide down the Napo River. After dinner, we will plunge straight into the Amazon by going for a nighttime forest walk to observe the forest’s nocturnal activity and experience the thrill of the vivid noises and aromas that come from so much biodiversity


Day 2: Thursday: The Heart of Yasuni National Park (Home of the Legendary Pink River Dolphin)

Early in the morning, we will visit Yasuni National Park. This is a pristine and relatively undisturbed region of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Our guests will be pleased to learn that this is the home of the legendary Pink River Dolphin! In this area, we can also find anacondas, river turtles and various primate species, as well as the colorful Hoatzin, a unique bird that is known locally as the “Stinky Turkey”.

Later in the afternoon, we will go canoeing in a blackwater lake, home to giant otters and the magnificent, albeit elusive manatee. We will also enjoy a pleasant hike in the Riparian/Gallery Forest, where we have the chance to spot a flock of birds and marvel at the intricate organization of a colony of leaf-cutter ants by the “Giant Fig Tree”, a truly majestic tree that is home to an abundance of wildlife, much like the “Giant Kapok Tree”.


Day 3: Friday: Quechua Family and Life on Board

We will start the day off by visiting an authentic Quechua family located on the banks of the Napo River, where we will receive cultural immersion and the opportunity to learn directly from members of the local community. We will then board the Manatee Amazon Explorer for lunch and some leisure time as we continue our navigation upstream. At this time, our guests will be delighted with our life onboard experiences and participate in a cooking class with our expert chef who will share recipes and techniques using fresh and organic ingredients to prepare exquisite traditional Ecuadorian food that you can replicate at home.

Guests are also invited to try their hands at making traditional handicrafts or enjoy our onboard facilities such as: a relaxing massage at the Rainforest Spa, a spectacular ever-changing scenery view from our Amazon Hut Tub, a delicious cocktail at our Bar and Lounge or just admire the amazing sunset or the stargazing at night from our Observation Deck Lounge. For our more active guests, a kayaking activity is the best choice to explore the nature around. There is an option for everyone!

*This day we are pleased to offer a camping program for our adventurous guests which is an alternative manner to explore this enchanting destination

(Optional activity for the 5 & 8 days Itinerary).


Day 4: Saturday: Forest Adventure and Observation Canopy Tower

Our guests can relax and enjoy the Anakonda Amazon Cruises during the morning and disembark to explore the nearby forest for a walk to discover a myriad of different animals and plant species that can only be found in the Amazon basin. In the afternoon, we will visit a canopy tower, built against a giant Kapok tree. The perspective at the top of this observation tower is truly glorious, looming above the lush treetops and providing a view of the sheer vastness of the Amazon Basin. In the evening, we will bravely venture into the river on a canoe to search for black caimans with the help of our flashlights.


Day 5: Sunday: Indillama and Napo River / The Northern Side of the Yasuni National Park 

We will begin the day kayaking along the Indillama River, one of the Napo River’s tributaries, which leads us into Yasuni National Park. Kayaks are smooth and silent, providing the very best opportunity to observe wildlife. Canoes can also be used to travel in search of more wildlife. The choice is yours! In these waters, you will find yourself surrounded by lush greenery. After an adventure-filled day, you may choose to take advantage of our observation deck where you can relax and experience a magical view under the stars. Our more energetic guests may choose to unwind with a night walk through the jungle to observe nocturnal creatures.


Day 6: Monday: Pañacocha Biological Corridor

Continue to travel downstream to the Pañayacu River delta, where we will take a canoe trip to experience the sights of this fascinating water reserve. Pañacocha Lake is an ecosystem flooded by blackwaters. Pañacocha means “Piranha Lake” in the native Quechua language. The surrounding protected Rainforest is home to 9 species of primates, 500 species of birds and more than 100 fish species. This is the perfect habitat for Piranhas, the Water Monkey Fish (Arawana) and the White Caiman. In this little piece of paradise, we will participate in nature walks led by our local naturalist guides, and relax at a nearby campsite where we will enjoy a delicious Amazon-style BBQ and refreshing beverages.

After lunch, you will do some kayaking, and the bravest among us will enjoy a nice refreshing swim in the Piranha Lake! We promise it’s not as dangerous as it sounds!

Back on board the Anakonda Amazon Cruises, our guests will have the opportunity to attend a lecture given by our concierge and watch an educational documentary about the region.


Day 7: Tuesday: Parrot Clay Licks / Amazonian Communities / Observation Tower

This morning, you will set out on canoes to observe one of the most incredible sights on this side of the Western Amazon – the Parrot Clay Licks. This unique place is rich in minerals and attracts hundreds of colorful parrots, parakeets and amazon birds, every day.

Later, we will visit the Quechua Cultural Center, where we will learn about Amazon communities and their ancestral culture, traditions, and cuisine. Members of the local community will teach us about indigenous lifestyles along the Napo River and we will have the opportunity to support the local community by purchasing handicrafts, local products, and souvenirs. Before sunset, we will visit an observation tower in the rainforest canopy, which offers an astonishing 360-degree view of the Amazon basin and is the perfect photo opportunity!

Birdwatchers and bird-lovers alike will especially enjoy this outing.


Day 8: Wednesday: Farewell to Anakonda River Cruise 

This is where our adventure ends! Enjoy the last part of our return journey onboard and then disembark the Anakonda Amazon Cruises to take the motorized canoe back to Coca (one-and-a-half-hour ride).


Anakonda Amazon River Cruise – 4 days/3 nights Itinerary


Sunday-Wednesday


Day 1: Sunday: Quito-Coca-Napo River

Your adventure begins in the city of Quito, Capital of Ecuador. After taking a short 30- minute flight from Quito to the Amazon city of Coca, located in the Province of San Francisco de Orellana, take a  transfer to the dock and board a motorized canoe to begin our journey down the river for approximately an hour and a half, taking in the first sights and sounds of the Amazon. Soon after, reach the Anakonda Amazon Cruise ship and be welcomed aboard.

Once you have settled into the Anakonda Amazon Cruise ship, you will be joined by expert local naturalist guides who will provide us with a brief and informative introduction to the Ecuadorian Amazon, after which guests will have their first opportunity to discover the exciting features of our cruise ship: spacious social areas, comfortable suites, and the observation deck that allows us to admire the changing rainforest landscape as we glide down the Napo River. After dinner, we will plunge straight into the Amazon by going for a nighttime forest walk to observe the forest’s nocturnal activity and experience the thrill of the vivid noises and aromas that come from so much biodiversity


Day 2: Monday: Pañacocha Biological Corridor

Continue to travel downstream to the Pañayacu River delta, where we will take a canoe trip to experience the sights of this fascinating water reserve. Pañacocha Lake is an ecosystem flooded by blackwaters. Pañacocha means “Piranha Lake” in the native Quechua language. The surrounding protected Rainforest is home to 9 species of primates, 500 species of birds and more than 100 fish species. This is the perfect habitat for Piranhas, the Water Monkey Fish (Arawana) and the White Caiman. In this little piece of paradise, we will participate in nature walks led by our local naturalist guides, and relax at a nearby campsite where we will enjoy a delicious Amazon-style BBQ and refreshing beverages.

After lunch, you will do some kayaking, and the bravest among us will enjoy a nice refreshing swim in the Piranha Lake! We promise it’s not as dangerous as it sounds!

Back on board the Anakonda Amazon Cruises, our guests will have the opportunity to attend a lecture given by our concierge and watch an educational documentary about the region.


Day 3: Tuesday: Parrot Clay Licks / Amazonian Communities / Observation Tower

This morning, you will set out on canoes to observe one of the most incredible sights on this side of the Western Amazon – the Parrot Clay Licks. This unique place is rich in minerals and attracts hundreds of colorful parrots, parakeets and amazon birds, every day.

Later, we will visit the Quechua Cultural Center, where we will learn about Amazon communities and their ancestral culture, traditions, and cuisine. Members of the local community will teach us about indigenous lifestyles along the Napo River and we will have the opportunity to support the local community by purchasing handicrafts, local products, and souvenirs. Before sunset, we will visit an observation tower in the rainforest canopy, which offers an astonishing 360-degree view of the Amazon basin and is the perfect photo opportunity! Birdwatchers and bird-lovers alike will especially enjoy this outing.


Day 4: Wednesday: Farewell to Anakonda Cruise 

This is where our adventure ends! Enjoy the last part of our return journey onboard and then disembark the Anakonda Amazon Cruises to take the motorized canoe back to Coca (one-and-a-half-hour ride).

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Anakonda Amazon River Cruise – 4 days/3 nights Itinerary


Wednesday – Sunday


Day 1: Wednesday: Quito-Coca-Napo River

Your adventure begins in the city of Quito, Capital of Ecuador. After taking a short 30- minute flight from Quito to the Amazon city of Coca, located in the Province of San Francisco de Orellana, take a  transfer to the dock and board a motorized canoe to begin our journey down the river for approximately an hour and a half, taking in the first sights and sounds of the Amazon. Soon after, reach the Anakonda Amazon Cruise ship and be welcomed aboard.

Once you have settled into the Anakonda Amazon Cruise ship, you will be joined by expert local naturalist guides who will provide us with a brief and informative introduction to the Ecuadorian Amazon, after which guests will have their first opportunity to discover the exciting features of our cruise ship: spacious social areas, comfortable suites, and the observation deck that allows us to admire the changing rainforest landscape as we glide down the Napo River. After dinner, we will plunge straight into the Amazon by going for a nighttime forest walk to observe the forest’s nocturnal activity and experience the thrill of the vivid noises and aromas that come from so much biodiversity


Day 2: Thursday: The Heart of Yasuni National Park (Home of the Legendary Pink River Dolphin)

Early in the morning, we will visit Yasuni National Park. This is a pristine and relatively undisturbed region of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Our guests will be pleased to learn that this is the home of the legendary Pink River Dolphin! In this area, we can also find anacondas, river turtles and various primate species, as well as the colorful Hoatzin, a unique bird that is known locally as the “Stinky Turkey”.

Later in the afternoon, we will go canoeing in a blackwater lake, home to giant otters and the magnificent, albeit elusive manatee. We will also enjoy a pleasant hike in the Riparian/Gallery Forest, where we have the chance to spot a flock of birds and marvel at the intricate organization of a colony of leaf-cutter ants by the “Giant Fig Tree”, a truly majestic tree that is home to an abundance of wildlife, much like the “Giant Kapok Tree”.


Day 3: Friday: Quechua Family and Life on Board

We will start the day off by visiting an authentic Quechua family located on the banks of the Napo River, where we will receive cultural immersion and the opportunity to learn directly from members of the local community. We will then board the Manatee Amazon Explorer for lunch and some leisure time as we continue our navigation upstream. At this time, our guests will be delighted with our life onboard experiences and participate in a cooking class with our expert chef who will share recipes and techniques using fresh and organic ingredients to prepare exquisite traditional Ecuadorian food that you can replicate at home.

Guests are also invited to try their hands at making traditional handicrafts or enjoy our onboard facilities such as: a relaxing massage at the Rainforest Spa, a spectacular ever-changing scenery view from our Amazon Hut Tub, a delicious cocktail at our Bar and Lounge or just admire the amazing sunset or the stargazing at night from our Observation Deck Lounge. For our more active guests, a kayaking activity is the best choice to explore the nature around. There is an option for everyone!

*This day we are pleased to offer a camping program for our adventurous guests which is an alternative manner to explore this enchanting destination

(Optional activity for the 5 & 8 days Itinerary).


Day 4: Saturday: Forest Adventure and Observation Canopy Tower

Our guests can relax and enjoy the Anakonda Amazon Cruises during the morning and disembark to explore the nearby forest for a walk to discover a myriad of different animals and plant species that can only be found in the Amazon basin. In the afternoon, we will visit a canopy tower, built against a giant Kapok tree. The perspective at the top of this observation tower is truly glorious, looming above the lush treetops and providing a view of the sheer vastness of the Amazon Basin. In the evening, we will bravely venture into the river on a canoe to search for black caimans with the help of our flashlights.


Day 5: Sunday: Farewell to Anakonda Cruise

This is where our adventure ends! Enjoy the last part of our return journey onboard and then disembark the Anakonda Amazon Cruises to take the motorized canoe back to Coca (one-and-a-half-hour ride).

Anakonda Cruise 2020 Rates

Standard Suite


Anakonda 2020 Rates

Deluxe Suite


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Included


  • Onboard accommodations
  • All meals onboard
  • Scheduled visits according to the itinerary with a certified naturalist guide
  • Unlimited supply of water, coffee, and tea
  • Transfers to Coca from the vessel when arriving on recommended flights

Not included


  • Air ticket Quito – Coca – Quito, USD 230.00 net per person. This rate will apply to adults and children. (The rate includes upon issuing the air ticket with us: private and personalized assistance for Quito – Coca - Quito flights at both airports. Exclusive access to our VIP Lounge (before and after the cruise), with modern, well-equipped facilities and air conditioning system, where we will provide our guests with complimentary coffee, tea, water, and light snacks.
  • ** For those passengers who choose not to purchase their air tickets with us, an additional fee of USD 40.00 per person, shall apply for the services listed above.
  • Admission to local communities and natural reserves (USD 70.00 net per person for 4 & 5-day cruises, USD 80.00 net per person for an 8-day cruise)
  • Transfers to and from Quito’s airport
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Gratuities
  • Wi-Fi Internet (Due to the remote area of navigation, satellite internet is only available in certain zones and during certain times. Should our guests require this, we are able to offer it for the price of $15 for the entire duration of the cruise)
  • Personal expenses
  • Other services not specified in the program

Access to Anakonda Cruise


Your adventure begins in Quito, the capital of Ecuador. After a 30-minute flight from Quito to the Amazonian city of Coca, you will take a transfer to the dock and board the motorized canoe for a 90-minute journey down the river, taking in the Amazon, until you reach the Anakonda Amazon Cruise and receive a welcome aboard. On the Anakonda, you will be joined by expert local naturalist guides, who will provide you with a brief, informative introduction to the Ecuadorian Amazon; afterwards, guests will have the opportunity to explore our cruise ship and admire the rainforest landscape as we glide down the Napo River.

Packing List – Anakonda River Cruise


  • Passport (and a color copy kept in a separate bag)
  • Comfortable walking or tennis shoes
  • Walking stick (optional)
  • Several lightweight pants (more than two)
  • DON’T BRING JEANS!
  • 3 or more long and short-sleeved shirts or blouses
  • Vests with pockets are useful for carrying camera equipment and other accessories
  • A windbreaker or sweater for breezy afternoons
  • Waterproof cotton socks (one pair per day)
  • Small, sturdy umbrella (one)
  • Shorts (at least one pair)
  • T-shirts (at least three)
  • Bathing suit/swimwear
  • Cotton underwear
  • Hat or cap
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen lotion
  • Sunglasses
  • A flashlight and extra batteries
  • Binoculars (available on board as a rental item)
  • Small waterproof backpack (available for purchase on board)
  • Insect repellant
  • Camera and extra batteries, enough memory cards
  • Personal first-aid kit
  • Plastic bags for storing wet clothing
  • Your own medications, if applicable. Don’t forget them!
  • Cash – we also accept credit cards on board.

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