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Iquitos, Manu or Tambopata? What is the best place for an Amazon Tour? - Part 1

[...] to 1914 is the main city in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest and one of the main ports in the Amazon river. Because is a big city pristine jungle areas are inside the Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Reserve and the [...]

Iquitos, Manu or Tambopata? What is the best place for an Amazon Tour? - Part 2

[...] for river dolphins (pink and grey) and monkeys as the red uakari. Also Iquitos has the real Amazon River, nearby tourist places and some urban sights as historical buildings museums and nightlife. [...]

The 5 Best Jungle Lodges In The Northern Low Peruvian Amazon For Wildlife Lovers

[...] , is the country with the second portion of the Amazon basin and is the country where the Amazon river itself begins at the Quehuisha mountain (Arequipa) and takes its name in the meeting of the [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: First part

[...] jungle combine to form breathtaking landscapes. The lowest and highest average level of the Amazon River in Iquitos is 106.08 m (348 ft) and 118.6 m (389 ft), respectively. That is, it varies about [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

[...] their show. From Bellavista it is necessary to rent a private boat (S/.40-50 Soles round-trip, peke peke or rápido boat, 4-5 people, preferably belonging to Los Delfines Boat Association) to go [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

[...] their show. From Bellavista it is necessary to rent a private boat (S/.40-50 Soles round-trip, peke peke or rápido boat, 4-5 people, preferably belonging to Los Delfines Boat Association) to go [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

[...] : S/.5 Soles (includes fish). From Bellavista, access to the village is by bus boat (S/.3 Soles/person one-way, 45 min downstream and 90 min upstream) or private boat (S/.80-120 Soles round-trip, peke [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

[...] : S/.5 Soles (includes fish). From Bellavista, access to the village is by bus boat (S/.3 Soles/person one-way, 45 min downstream and 90 min upstream) or private boat (S/.80-120 Soles round-trip, peke [...]

Amazon River International Raft Race

[...] English expat living in Iquitos, to the Regional Tourism Authority to promote tourism in the Peruvian Amazon. From 1999 to 2005 the route was along the Nanay River, starting the 2006 edition the race [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Third part

[...] S/.35 a 85 Soles/person is for a splurge restaurant. In the case of the typical food of the Peruvian Amazon, the most representative dishes are the Juane (the best known is made with rice, but there [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: First part

[...] are hard to find in Iquitos. No vaccination is required or mandatory for Iquitos or the Peruvian Amazon, but it is advisable to take a shot against yellow fever at least 10 days before arriving to [...]

Allpahuayo Mishana National Reserve

[...] area located around 23 km south of Iquitos, Peru; along the Iquitos-Nauta Highway and the Nanay River that flows through the northern part of the reserve. Within its 57'667.43 ha (14 249 932.3 acre) [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

[...] from Bellavista Nanay and see the Amazon confluence with the the darkly coloured waters of the Nanay River. 4. Padre Cocha village. Left bank of Nanay River. From Bellavista access is by bus boats (20 [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

[...] from Bellavista Nanay and see the Amazon confluence with the the darkly coloured waters of the Nanay River. 4. Padre Cocha village. Left bank of Nanay River. From Bellavista access is by bus boats (20 [...]

Amazon River International Raft Race

[...] Authority to promote tourism in the Peruvian Amazon. From 1999 to 2005 the route was along the Nanay River, starting the 2006 edition the race was extended to 180 km or 112 mi along the Amazon River, [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

[...] for groups of 2 or more people or if it is considered to spend a night here. Take a bus to Nauta city (Trans del Sur SAC, S/.3 Soles/person one-way, 1 h, at Próspero/Libertad St corner, Belén [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

[...] for groups of 2 or more people or if it is considered to spend a night here. Take a bus to Nauta city (Trans del Sur SAC, S/.3 Soles/person one-way, 1 h, at Próspero/Libertad St corner, Belén [...]

Iquitos, Manu or Tambopata? What is the best place for an Amazon Tour? - Part 1

[...] (Arequipa, Peru) and at Meeting of the Waters of the Marañon and Ucayali Rivers, close to Nauta city and the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, around 100 km or 62 mi south Iquitos, the Amazon River [...]

The 5 Best Jungle Lodges In The Northern Low Peruvian Amazon For Wildlife Lovers

[...] village inside the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, around 100 km (62 miles) southwest of Nauta city; is administered by villagers of Yarina who are committed on the sustainable use and protection [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

[...] in the year it is possible to see the hoatzin or shansho (Opisthocomus hoazin). The high river season or creciente (December to May) is the season for visits. 9. The Monkey Island. River [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: First part

[...] Amazon basin: the low river season, Amazon summer or vaciante (June to November), and the high river season, Amazon winter or creciente (December to May). During the vaciante, many canals, streams and [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: First part

[...] Amazon basin: the low river season, Amazon summer or vaciante (June to November), and the high river season, Amazon winter or creciente (December to May). During the vaciante, many canals, streams and [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

[...] in the year it is possible to see the hoatzin or shansho (Opisthocomus hoazin). The high river season or creciente (December to May) is the season for visits. 9. The Monkey Island. River [...]

Pacaya-Samiria as the World's Best Place for Wildlife

[...] Photo courtesy of Amazon Explorer. The Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve located in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest (South America) is nominated as the World's [...]

Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve

[...] The Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve (PSNR) is the largest government-protected area in the floodable Amazon rainforest ( [...]

Iquitos, Manu or Tambopata? What is the best place for an Amazon Tour? - Part 1

[...] is a big city pristine jungle areas are inside the Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Reserve and the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, both offering primary rainforest. Some of the highlights in Iquitos are: Amazon [...]

The 5 Best Jungle Lodges In The Northern Low Peruvian Amazon For Wildlife Lovers

[...] a wildlife-focused trip. YVY MARA EY LODGE Based out in the Yarina village inside the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, around 100 km (62 miles) southwest of Nauta city; is administered by villagers of [...]

Iquitos, Manu or Tambopata? What is the best place for an Amazon Tour? - Part 2

[...] tourist attractions) Iquitos Travel Guide - Part 3 (Tours and day trips) Where to stay in Iquitos - A guide of the hotels and [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Third part

ORGANIZED TOURS From Iquitos is possible to explore the Amazon Rainforest on board of cruise ships, lodges and travel agencies. There are many compan [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: Second part

SIGHTS AND TOURIST ATTRACTIONS 1. Historic Centre of Iquitos. The centre of Iquitos is filled with several buildings built during the Rubber Boom (18 [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: First part

GENERAL INFORMATION City: Iquitos. Province: Maynas. Region (State): Loreto. Population: 406,340 (2007 census). Calling code: (+65). Elevation: [...]

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Iquitos, Manu or Tambopata? What is the best place for an Amazon Tour? - Part 1

[...] to 1914 is the main city in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest and one of the main ports in the Amazon river. Because is a big city pristine jungle areas are inside the Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Reserve and the [...]

Iquitos, Manu or Tambopata? What is the best place for an Amazon Tour? - Part 2

[...] for river dolphins (pink and grey) and monkeys as the red uakari. Also Iquitos has the real Amazon River, nearby tourist places and some urban sights as historical buildings museums and nightlife. [...]

The 5 Best Jungle Lodges In The Northern Low Peruvian Amazon For Wildlife Lovers

[...] , is the country with the second portion of the Amazon basin and is the country where the Amazon river itself begins at the Quehuisha mountain (Arequipa) and takes its name in the meeting of the [...]

Iquitos Travel Guide: First part

[...] jungle combine to form breathtaking landscapes. The lowest and highest average level of the Amazon River in Iquitos is 106.08 m (348 ft) and 118.6 m (389 ft), respectively. That is, it varies about [...]

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