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Where to visit the Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon Rainforest crosses nine nations and covers around 40% of the South American continent. Given its vast size, choosing the best country to visit the Amazon Rainforest can be an important decision for your experience. The majority of this impressive forest is found within Brazil and Peru, but significant amounts are also found in […]

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Tucano Amazon Cruise

Manaus is the main gateway to the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest. This is also a port city of the Amazon River itself and the largest city in Amazonia. The Amazon Rainforest is the world’s largest tropical forest and covers around 40% of South America. Crossing nine nations, the majority of Amazonia is housed within Brazil and […]

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Cristalino Lodge View

The Amazon Rainforest covers 40% of South America and crosses nine nations. However, the largest amount of Amazonia is housed by Peru and Brazil. First, let’s introduce the Amazon Rainforest and then mention the Amazon of Peru and Brazil specifically. After this, we will cover some of the differences between these fantastic regions to help […]

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Peru is a fantastic place to enjoy your honeymoon. Explore incredible attractions, beautiful scenery, the Andes mountains, virgin rainforest, and the incredible Amazon River. There are many comfortable and luxury tours to consider, including historic luxury hotels, luxurious river cruises, and luxury lodges deep in Amazonia. Not only offering tours with high-class service and comfort, […]

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Galapagos Islands - Red Mangrove Hotel

The best time to visit the Galapagos Islands really depends on when you have available for this incredible vacation. The Galapagos Islands are part of Ecuador and found 550 miles (900 km) off the country’s coast. The name Ecuador is the Spanish word for equator and the Galapagos are found well within the world’s tropics. […]

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La Selva Lodge, Ecuador's Rainforest

Ecuador’s Amazon Rainforest is regarded as the most species-rich section of Amazonia. The total expanse of Amazon Rainforest spans 40% of South America. Filled with an exceptional diversity of life, the Amazon is the world’s largest tropical forest. Cradled by Ecuador’s Andes mountains, Ecuador’s Amazon Rainforest can be reached after a short flight from Quito […]

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