loreto

Loreto is a large region in the Amazon Rain-forest in northeast Peru. It borders Brazil to the east, Colombia to the northeast and Ecuador to the northwest. In the northeast, the regional capital Iquitos is known for its district of Belén, built on stilts. Nearby, the European-influenced Ex Hotel Palace, with its tiled facade, was built in the early 1900s to house traders during the rubber boom.

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wildlife preservation

Meet the amazing wildlife on the Amazonas in this 7 days- 6 nights into the Pacaya Samiria Reserve, The Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve is a vast area of Amazonian jungle and floodable forest in northeastern Peru, bordered by the Marañón and Ucayali rivers. Known for its biodiversity, it shelters animals from pink dolphins to spider monkeys and giant South American turtles. This tour offers you 6 days in the Pacaya Samiria Reserve where you go deep into one of the largest, most diverse natural areas in the world. Sloths, monkeys, pink dolphins, birds, birds, and birds. The tour guides will perfectly round out your experience by pointing out wildlife and explaining myths, legends, cultures, and historical land use. You'll go deep into one of the largest, most diverse natural areas in the world.You will be able to see sloths, monkey, pink Dolphins and birds, among other magnificent animals. Our amazing guides will perfectly round out your experience by pointing out wildlife and explaining myths, legends, cultures, and historical land use.

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