The Amazon River Cruise set in the most stunning jungle eco-system of Peru is one of the most loved expeditions on the earth that thrills a large chunk of nature lovers. A lush green haven for the widest variety of plants, animals and birds, the Amazon Rainforest is not only the largest among the tropical rainforests on the earth, it also spans over 60% of the total area of Peru. Amazon River Cruise is the most suitable way to enjoy the best of the Peru region.
What happens on an Amazon River Cruise
When you have set yourself or your group out with an Amazon River Cruise package in Peru, you will visit a long list of places in the region that are replete with a delightful gastronomic experience, rich culture and a highly diversified nature. On the move, you will get to traverse inside the interiors of the rainforests through the several entryways. There is absolutely no fear that your clothes and belongings will be susceptible to humidity. There is no need for you to unpack and once again pack up your stuff as the temperature on the river is cool.
Some interesting aspects of Amazon River Cruise in Peru
The Peruvian region of the Amazon jungle is one of the most interesting places on the earth in terms of bio-diversity. This region is the haven to the largest number of birds, orchids, plants and butterflies. Encountering such diverse plant and animal species is a real treat if you are a nature lover.
In the Peru region of the Amazon Rainforest, you can spot the most unique pink dolphin. They are among the largest river dolphin species on the earth and weigh up to 350 pounds. You can either swim with the pink dolphins or watch them as you stay in the comfort of your room in the river cruise and enjoy the sight of the most lovely dolphins jump out of the water.
Traversing into the Amazon Rainforest is made easy with a systematically organized Amazon River Cruise. Iquitos is the gateway to the Amazon River and Amazon Jungle. Before reaching Iquitos, you will really enjoy the Machu Picchu at Cusco, which is a sacred archeological domain for Incas located on the Andes Mountains.
Climate and eco-system in the region
The climate in the Amazon rainforest is humid and warm. The high levels of humidity lead to a formation of a river of clouds on the canopy that provide water to more than 40,000 plant species, 1,300 bird species and 427 mammal species in addition to 400 species of amphibians and 378 species of reptiles. The two seasons that characterize the rainforests are wet season and dry season. Both these seasons offer the travelers rich rewards filled with fabulous sights, interesting opportunities to spot plants and animals and enjoy the warmth of the sun and the coolness of the rainy days. Planning your trip during the most suitable season as per your tastes and preferences will let you get the most out of your vacation in the region.