Our last day began with an exploration of Iricahua Creek, a lovely, lush forest covered with black waters. We had a great adventure cruising over the floating vegetation as our guides looked for wildlife.

Later in the morning, our bartender Maximiliano gave us a class on how to make the best Peruvian Pisco Sour. After the class, we all gathered in front of the bridge to see the confluence of the Maranon and Ucayali Rivers, where the Amazon River begins. It was a great moment, and we took the opportunity to make a toast for having a great voyage.

We also had the pleasure to visit the Amazonas Community, where the village residents gladly shared their daily life with our guests. They were proud to explain their experiences with all the sustainable projects done together with Minga Peru, the nonprofit organization supported by the Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic Fund. It was a special experience for all our guests.