Iquitos, situated in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, stands as a captivating gateway to the natural wonders of the world's largest tropical rainforest. This vibrant city, accessible only by air or water, immerses visitors in the unique blend of urban life and the untamed beauty of the jungle.

As the largest city in the Peruvian Amazon, Iquitos offers a fascinating juxtaposition of bustling streets and the lush greenery of the surrounding rainforest. Its strategic location along the Amazon River makes it a hub for exploration into the biodiversity and indigenous cultures that thrive in this extraordinary ecosystem.

Travelers to Iquitos can embark on unforgettable adventures, from wildlife excursions to encounters with indigenous communities. The nearby Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, a vast expanse of flooded forests and waterways, promises opportunities to spot diverse wildlife, including pink dolphins, monkeys, and an array of bird species.

Beyond nature, Iquitos is steeped in history, with architectural gems like the Iron House and the historic Malecón Tarapacá. Visitors can also indulge in the local cuisine, featuring Amazonian delicacies and exotic fruits.

Iquitos is a unique destination that invites exploration into the heart of the Amazon, promising an immersive experience that blends urban vibrancy with the unparalleled wonders of the rainforest.

On this 12-day trip you will get to know the region around Cusco and Machu Picchu and discover the jungle of Iquitos with its fascinating nature on a cruise. This program is for people who are adventurous and want to get to know the flora and fauna of the jungle. Also for all history and