Fire in the Amazon Rainforest of Peru

A raging fire engulfed Peruvian Amazon rainforest charring more than 20,000 hectares of forest land and crops. The fire broke out when an indigenous community called Pitsiquia was preparing the land for cultivation in their usual slash-and-burn method of farming. Authorities claim that less rain due to climate change and last year’s El Nino weather pattern made the Amazon drier this year. Read more..

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Take the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Trip for a Steamy Jungle Experience

If you are the kind of person who wants to explore the jungles and soak in some steamy Amazonian air, the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is the best tour for you. This tour takes you along the Madre de Dios river, which is almost surreal in nature. Here, you will be able to absorb nature at its best: unspoiled, virgin and evergreen. Read more..

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Experience Amazon Rain-forest in Iquitos, Peru

If you are a jungle lover, Iquitos is the best city to travel to in Peru. Iquitos is the gateway to Amazon Basin and is the largest city in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. The Peruvian Amazon has a rich flora and fauna with over 2000 species of fish, 4000 species of birds found in their natural habitats. Pink dolphins and piranhas are easily located outside Iquitos. Read more..

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