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Peru is The second largest area of the Amazon Rainforest covering over 60% of the country.

The Peruvian Amazon boasts rainforests as far as the eye can see, with the largest selection of wildlife in Peru, world-renowned for the huge number of birds and reptiles.

In Peru there are two main gateways to the Amazon; Iquitos and Puerto Maldonado. Iquitos is located in the far north of Peru on the banks of the Amazon River. Puerto Maldonado is located in the South of Peru close to the border with Bolivia and Brazil. Both areas provide a great jungle experience and offer the opportunity for wildlife spotting.

The Area

Puerto Maldonado: Puerto Maldonado has great lodges ranging from rustic to the more luxurious and the rainforest is amazingly accessible from here.  The Manu National Park, Tambopata National Reserve, and Bahuaja-Sonene National Park are located in this area, some of the most pristine rainforests in the world. Excursions are easily done from the lodges such as canopy walkways, bird watching excursions, short jungle hikes, excursions to oxbow lakes and clay licks, fishing excursions (piranhas), evening excursions and lectures. 3-4 days is recommended at a lodge.

Iquitos: Iquitos is probably one of the most famous jungle cities and is a large trade hub. The most famous attraction here is the Amazon River. Although there are a few lodges 3-4 hours down river, the most popular option is to take a river cruise, again ranging from the rustic to ultimate luxury down the Amazon River. Learn more about Amazon river cruises.

Best Time to Go

Iquitos and the nearby Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve have a unique climate in comparison to the rest of Peru’s Jungle regions. Temperature and rainfall in this area remain relatively constant throughout the year. In Puerto Maldonado there are two seasons; the dry season during the months of May – September, and the wet season October – April. Temperature highs can reach 32 degrees during the day, and night time temperatures can fall to lows of 18 degrees. During the wetter months there is an increased level of mosquitos.

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