This flotel is 12 meters long, with all the services to accommodate up to 34 people in three levels.
Reina de Enín has plans that adjust to the tourists’ demands, from those who want to walk through eco-tourist paths and practice extreme sports to those who just want to enjoy resting and the landscapes.
During your tour through the Ibare and Mamoré rivers on board of the Flotel, it is habitual to observe river dolphins or bufeos, unique and endemic species of the rivers in Bolivia’s amazonian region. Unlike other dolphins, the river one does not have the joined vertebrae, which allows it to have a flexible body, to turn its head and move among logs and branches in the flooded forests, where it goes searching for fish in high-water seasons. Habitually alone, it can be seen, in confluences or lagoons, in numerous groups. Curious animals that at times follow the ships surprising us with their "Bufidos/snorts", which gave them the name which they are known with in the zone. A species full of anecdotes and legends that will enrich the nights on the Flotel.