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Peruvian Amazon

Peruvian Amazon is a vast jungle region located in northeastern , consisting of the states of Amazonas, Loreto and Ucayali. Coronel FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta International Airport
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Peruvian Amazon

  • Location: ,
  • Latitude of center: 4° south
  • Longitude of center: 74° 38' 24" (74.64°) west

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is in the Amazonas region of . is the capital of the vast Department of Loreto, which covers most of the northern Amazon region of Peru.

is a city in Amazonas. There are 3 entry cities if you want to fly most of the way, Tarapoto and Chiclayo have equal road trips from those airports of 8 hours, and Cajamarca's airport is more like 12 hours away.

is a city in the . It's an excellent base for visits to lake Yarinacocha, although there are even a few places to stay and eat in the town of Yarinacocha.

is in , . is a small town situated along the Rio Napo, a tributary of the river Amazon.

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is in the . is a town in the Ucayali Region of Peru.

Santa Rosa is a small settlement on an island in .

National Reserve is proposed near Cocachimba & San Pablo, in the .

is a city in Amazonas, between & Celendin on the road which continues to .

, the capital of the province of the same name, is in the Junín Region of the .

is in the . is a village in the Peruvian Amazon.

is in . Small town near , which serves as a transport hub for the upstream rivers of the Amazonas.

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Other Names for Peruvian Amazon

French: Amazone, German: Amazonasbecken, Italian: Amazzonia peruviana, Portuguese: Amazônia, Spanish: Amazonía del Perú
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