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The Pacaya Samiria National Reserve
One of the largest protected areas in Peru, the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve protects around 2,080,000 hectares of Amazon habitat. Situated between the Ucayali and Marañon rivers, the Pacaya was established in 1982 and protects a diverse section of the western Amazon basin. The magnificence of this reserve make it one of the best areas […]
Tahuayo River at Sunset - Alfredo Dosantos
The main gateways to the northern Amazon Rainforest and providing access to the incredible Amazon River, both Iquitos and Manaus are great places to experiences the Amazon environment. Providing access to the Amazon of northern Peru and Brazil respectively, there are some significant differences between both areas and differences in the Amazon Rainforest lodges and […]
Best Itinerary for Peru - Amazon Discovery
Given the diverse and high number of attractions in Peru, the best itinerary really depends on your personality and interests. The most visited itinerary option here is Machu Picchu, which is often combined with other Incan sites, Spanish colonial architecture, and the incredible Amazon Rainforest. Peru contains the second largest fraction of this incredible forest, […]
Delfin Amazon Cruises - Things to do on the Amazon River
The Amazon River begins as trickles in the Ecuadorian and Peruvian Andes and flows east as it crosses Peru, skirts the southern tip of Colombia, and travels through northern Brazil before emerging into the Atlantic Ocean near the Brazilian city of Macapá. There are some different wildlife-focused and relaxing things to do on the Amazon […]
Delfin Amazon Cruise - Peru
Peru and Ecuador have similar wildlife, geography, culture, and history. But there are some big differences for visiting, which we will cover below. The countries are neighbors in a similar area of South America. And the biggest differences for you will be the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador and Machu Picchu in Peru. Note that both […]
Canopy Climbing - Things to do in the Amazon Rainforest
The Amazon Rainforest is the world’s largest container of animals, which makes it a great place for a wildlife tour from a number of excellent rainforest lodges and Amazon River cruises. Because the rainforest covers 40% of the continent and is home to a diversity of activity options, we have written the following guide for […]
Ethnobotanical Trail - Posada Amazonas
Lima is Peru’s capital and is the first city you will visit on arrival. Peru is famous for containing one of the highest amounts of Amazon Rainforest. This section of Amazonia is also one of the richest for animals and plants. And many visitors want to visit the Amazon Jungle from Lima. You may be […]
Pacaya Reserve
Iquitos is a small city in the Amazon Rainforest of northeastern Peru. The city sits on the mighty Amazon River, which begins only 60 km west of the city and is located between the Rio Nanay and Rio Itaya Amazon tributaries. The city of Iquitos is surrounded by incredibly diverse tropical forests filled with wildlife. […]
Caracara Tahuayo Lodge
The Amazon is one of the world’s greatest rivers and flows from the trickles in the Andes to cross South America and join with the Atlantic Ocean in the east. The mighty river has many tributaries and the Amazon acts as the heart of the world’s largest rainforest. These tributaries are the Amazon’s arteries bringing […]
Delfin II Observation Deck
Iquitos is one of the favored places to enjoy a luxury Amazon cruise for quality conscious travelers. From Iquitos, you will voyage deep into the Amazon Rainforest’s Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, which is a gigantic flooded forest filled with some of the rainforest’s most diverse and fascinating wildlife. To match the magnificence of this incredible […]

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