Amazon holidays and tours
Almost 60% of Peru is covered by the Amazon rainforest, an area teeming with wildlife and biodiversity. The two major areas to discover are the northern and southern jungles.
In the north the focus is the Amazon River itself, with the town of Iquitos at its heart. In the south the Manu Biosphere and Tambopata reserve are among the largest protected areas on earth, while there are many fine lodges around the river port of Puerto Maldonado.
Top itineraries in The Amazon
Between stays in the depths of the world’s largest rainforest and trips to ancient cities you’ll experience the very best of Peru.
Top places to stay in The Amazon
Set in a private reserve on the banks of the Madre de Dios River, surrounded by the vast expanses of the Amazon Rainforest, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica offers its guests one of Peru's finest ecotourism experiences.
Accommodating just four luxury suites, you’ll dine on fine Peruvian cuisine and enjoy boutique hospitality as you explore one of the Amazon’s best-preserved stretches.
On tailor-made activities – think jungle walks and the chance to swim with dolphins – and riverboat lazes, you’ll experience Amazonia in style.
Where to go in The Amazon
Iquitos is the principal town in Peru's jungle region. A pleasant tropical city, it is accessible only by air or river and thus maintains the feel of a frontier town.
The Manu rainforest provides one of the world's great wilderness experiences, with incomparable diversity of life forms.
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