Delfin Amazon Cruises Appoints JG Black Book for PR, Agency Services

JG Black Book, a full-service consulting firm that services clients in the luxury travel sector, announced the addition of Delfin Amazon Cruises to their portfolio. JG Black Book will handle the brand’s media and trade relations within the North American market.

Delfin Amazon Cruises, based in Peru, was founded in early 2006 by husband and wife team, Aldo Macchiavello and Lissy Urteaga. With the introduction of the Delfin I, the company was the first to bring upscale river cruising to the Upper Peruvian Amazon, providing guests with a voyage into the world’s largest protected flooded forests in the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.

Delfin Amazon Cruises delivers a luxury experience on each of its three ships, Delfin I, Delfin II, and Delfin III, while taking guests on journeys in the heart of the Amazon. On board, guests dine on Peruvian cuisine and can look forward to daily wildlife excursions, from swimming with dolphins to fishing for piranhas, birdwatching, nature hikes and visits to the local villages - among others. With a commitment to the environment, Delfin Amazon Cruises works closely with local communities and their non-profit partner, The Kuyapa Foundation, to help preserve Amazonia’s ecosystem for the future.

JG Black Book offers integrated public relations, sales, marketing, and branding services to its clients in the luxury travel sector. The company helps destinations gain exposure, build brands, establish networks and increase sales in North America, Latin America, the U.K. and Europe, and Australia. JG Black Book serves as an advisor for more than 130 travel brands including Azura Retreats, Leeu Collection, Andronis Luxury Suites, Volcanoes Safaris, Micato Safaris, The Ultimate Traveling Camp, Elewana Collection, GHM, the British Virgin Islands Tourist Board and the country of Belize.

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