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Considered to be possibly the largest pharmacy in the world due to the tremendous number of medicinal plants that grow here, the Peruvian Amazon region and the adjacent Andean foothills are the most diverse and wildlife rich of the whole basin. With over 4000 species of butterflies, 32 species of parrots and 13 different types of monkeys, the river too thrives with near 2000 species of fish. Iquitos is the starting point for cruises down the Amazon to protected areas of Peru, Brazil and Colombia.

Tucked into remote southeastern Peru, Puerto Maldonado and Tambopata-Candamo Reserve offer some of the best wildlife viewing in the Amazon basin, sheltering dozens of endangered species. Not to forget Manu National Park, another remote area with fantastic wildlife.

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