Awake early, around 6:30am, to catch your first glimpse of the majestic Amazon River, as you watch the sun rise over this green world filled with wonderful wildlife. This initial contact with Amazonia is only a brief sampling of what the rest of your journey will hold.You will indulge in a sumptuous daily breakfast buffet around 8am, which features a wide choice of traditional breakfast egg dishes, Peruvian specialties, and fresh-squeezed juices, made from tropical fruits youve never tasted before.After breakfast, around 9:15am, you will get back aboard the comfortable excursion skiffs for your first adventure, traveling from the Amazon through the Huaysi short-cut canal to explore the Tahuayo blackwater river. Life jackets, ponchos, rubber boots, and plenty of cold potable water will always be available for you on board the skiffs. As you float down the Tahuayo, occasional fishermen paddling their dug-out canoes will give you a cheerful greeting. Keep your binoculars ready to spot a vast variety of wildlife: terns, orioles, blackbirds, black collared hawks, monkeys, and sloth share this wonderful environment. Upon arrival at Charo Lake, you can bait your hooks to try to catch one of Amazonias fearsome piranhas (and other fish as well). As you fish, trained guides will also tell you the story of the lake and its inhabitants.Icy cold towels await you, as you transfer from your skiffs back to the M/V Aqua. As the vessel continues up the Amazon River, you will have some time to relax, or perhaps even take a nap, before lunch.You will enjoy a lighter lunch at around 12:30, in the air-conditioned dining room.Late Afternoon -Yacapana Islands Exploration and Dolphin SightingIn the afternoon, you will head off to explore the Yacapana Islands. Locals call the Yacapana Islands the Iguana Islands, because of the huge population of these reptileslike tiny dinosaurscrawling over the ground and resting in the tree tops. You will pass by in the skiff, when you will have the change to capture some great photos. As the sun sets, you will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see and photograph both gray and pink freshwater dolphins. Local people the believe that these dolphins turn into humans to steal handsome men or pretty women from their villages during celebrations.You will return to the M/V Aqua vessel around 6:30pm and continue your journey upstream, toward the headwaters of the Amazon River, where the Ucayali, Maraon, and the Amazon Rivers merge.Perhaps sip a pre-dinner Camu-Camu Sour on the upper deck, while you watch the sun set.Dinner will be served at approximately 8pm.