The Amazon River is the largest and longest river in the world and has a long route from the snowy peaks of the province of Caylloma in Arequipa and empties into the Atlantic Ocean through Brazil.
The Amazon is the largest forest on earth with abundant vegetation that makes it the main lung of the planet.
The Amazon River is home to more than 2,000 species of fish and is the most important way to transport the inhabitants of the Peruvian jungle.
The adventure tourist does not miss a walk on this great river where tourist can enjoy the beautiful landscape of Peruvian biodiversity.
There are a number of very luxurious boats that sail on the river and take travelers to the amazing Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, located in the Loreto region.