Peru’s Amazon Travel Album

The Amazon tributaries in Peru—the Tambopata, Manu, and Madre de Dios—can be explored from Puerto Maldonado and Iquitos.

Peru’s Amazon is a prime birdwatching territory. Guests can also observe giant river otters, five species of monkey, tamarins, sloths, caimans, and tapirs all inhabit this region. This album highlights some of our favorite memories in the area.

Headed in to Pacaya-Samiria

Photo sharing

Sunset on the northern Amazon

The placid Amazon

Three-toed sloth orphan

The Peruvian Amazon

Here at LANDED, family travel is a big part of our story. We’ve traveled far and wide with our kids in tow, and provide unique parent-to-parent insights on the journey.

LANDED knows the top hotels and guides in Peru’s Amazon Basin. We can arrange your air travel, touring, and accommodations throughout Peru.

Speak with one of our expert travel planners today at 801.582.2100. We’ll take care of all the details.

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