Join Jack Hanna In The Wild Peruvian Amazon

by  Molly Fergus | Oct 12, 2010
Pacaya Samiria National Reserve
Pacaya Samiria National Reserve / RMDobson/iStock

It could be said that zookeeper Jack Hanna takes viewers on adventures each week on his aptly titled children’s show, Into the Wild. But next month, a few lucky travelers will actually get to accompany the intrepid wildlife correspondent on a cruise down the Amazon River.

The Emmy-winning television personality and his crew will set sail November 6 with Aqua Expeditions, a company that leads tours to Peru’s remote Pacaya Samiria Reserve, on a three-night cruise aboard the M/V Aqua. The one-time itinerary is open to the public, and guests will get to track down sloths, giant lilies, and the mystical pink river dolphins alongside Hanna as he films the exotic region.

Adventurous cruisers have to act quickly, though: The luxury vessel has just 12 suites, and there are a limited number of spots for extra guests. To book, call 866/603-3687 or email Dalia Gibu at

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