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Amazon Rainforest Peru
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The Amazon rainforest Peru is one of the country's biggest tourist attractions. It covers more than half of Peru and accounts for thirteen percent of the total Amazon rainforest and seven percent of the rainforest left on the planet.

The Peru rain forest contains thousands of plants and animals that are not founds anywhere else in the world. Tourism is a way for Peru to create wealth without sacrificing one of its greatest natural resources and something that is unique and beneficial to the entire world.

Amazon Rainforest Peru
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In the Amazon rainforest Peru has established a series of national parks and wildlife preserves to combat the threats from deforestation. The government is committed to preserving the Peru amazon jungle for future generations of its own people and the entire world. Hopefully the amazonas region will always be there for people to enjoy its beauty and as a home for creatures that live no where else.

Amazon Rainforest Peru
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The Peru jungle is located to the east of the mountainous Andean zone. The entire Amazon basin does not follow any national borders, covering a huge area of more than 2.5 million miles in South America. It is estimated to contain more than 400 types of mammals, 1,700 types of animals and 50,000 different types of plants. The residents of Peru recognize that the beauty and uniqueness of the amazonas region make it one of their biggest asset for tourism. Bringing in tourist dollars is a renewable source of income as opposed to logging which destroys the natural environment and is a one time benefit.

Amazon Rainforest Video

Fancy a ride through the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest? Watch this video and enjoy the amazing scenery.

Manu National Park

Manu National Park is a popular destination in the Amazon rainforest Peru. It is made up of three sections: the Manu National Park, the Manu Reserved Zone, and the Manu Cultural Zone. The National Park focuses on preserving the natural plants that grow in the rainforest. The Reserved Zone is the area designed for ecotourism.

Amazon Rainforest Peru

This area is kept as unaltered as possible so that visitors can see the Peru rain forest in its natural state. The Cultural Zone is designed to protect the animal species of the forest. When planning your visit, you should focus on the Reserved Zone. There you will see the true Peru jungle with the least amount of human intervention.
The verbal history of the Inca tells us that 11 more rulers would follow before the Inca were finally conquered by the Spanish.

Amazon Rainforest Peru Climate

It is important that you take time to learn about the climate of Peru before you plan your trip, especially if you are headed to the rainforest. The dry season lasts from May to September when it gives way to the wet season that runs constantly from November to April. The rains are relentless and can cause major delays in travel through the Peru Amazon Jungle. It will also limit your opportunities to get out and see the forest.

Amazon Rainforest Peru

Therefore it is highly recommended that you plan to visit during the dry season. With its focus on tourism, there are plenty of hotels and lodges to choose from. Most have a relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff. From your lodgings you can take a variety of day trips into the Amazon rainforest Peru to see the wonders it contains.

Related Information

Kuelap Peru
kuelap is the "Machu Picchu" of North Peru. It is older than the Inka structure and uses more brickwork (by weight) than the Great Pyramids.

Tambopata Rainforest Guided Tours
The Tambopata Rainforest amazing biodiversity, is considered to be a privileged spot for wildlife observation. This pristine jungle offers the visitor an incredible variety of activities, such as treks through primary forests, or canoe rides on oxbow lakes to observe nature.

Chachapoyas city still preserves its wide colonial casonas of big courts and lounges, with roofs made of tiles, the Plaza de Armas is located to the west of the city.

Manu Park Peru
Manu Park Peru is a peak experience for nature lovers, it is the park with the biggest biodiversity on earth for its size.

Tambopata Reserve
Known as the most species-rich natural habitats in the world , the area host a great diversity of animals, birds, flora and fauna. From November to April it rains frequently and it can sometimes rain heavily for hours or days.

Ayahuasca Peru
Ayahuasca Peru, the plants that infused in order to create this brew can only be found in the Amazonian jungle. Many travelers are even driven to the Amazon rainforest as a result of their curiosity in regards to the Amerindian tribe and this reputable Ayahuasca brew that has been created by them.

Amazon Rainforest Animals
The diversity of the Amazon Rainforest animals is breath taking and absolutely stunning, amongst the different animals that live within the Amazon Rainforest, are the Spider Monkeys. This species of monkeys are known for their capacity of growing up to two feet tall.

Amazon Rainforest Plants
When walking into the rainforest, is like walking into a real tropical paradise filled with a diversity of beautiful plants. The tasteful Amazon jungle spreads over 2 million square miles, being as large as it is makes it a seemingly never ending paradise to discover and explore in abundance.

Amazon Rainforest Facts
Amazon Rainforest Facts: did you know that the Amazon jungle is so big that it actually spreads over 8 different South American countries? These countries consist of Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela.

Amazon River
The Amazon River... even the name brings to mind the largest river in the world, in all its splendor. The total water flow of this mammoth river is greater than the eight next larger rivers put together!

.Amazon Rainforest Deforestation
Nature lovers have notably said that the tropical jungle, the Amazon rainforest, is said to be the most beautiful place on earth. To my experience, it truly is! Whether you are exploring the breath taking sites filled with millions of different fruits, plants, insects, or animals, the Amazonia is a place that will never be forgotten once you have traveled it

Amazon Rainforest Climate
Fluctuations in the Amazon rainforest climate over millions of year have resulted in the expansion and contraction of the rainforest across the continent of South America.

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