Peru is one of the world's foremost destinations
for nature lovers. Home to a rich sea, practically unexplored
Amazon forests and the world's highest tropical mountain
range, the possibilities for the development of biodiversity
in Peru are endless. Home to more than 10% of the planet's
plant and animal species and an astounding diversity
of climates and eco-systems, Peru is held to be a modern-day
Noah's Ark by wildlife lovers. Every year, droves of
enthusiasts and researchers from all over the world
arrive here, hungry to swell their lists of species
and to study up close some of the species that are only
found in Peru.
Peru also features several access roads that run into
areas that are practically virgin and just hours from
the bigger cities. Highland and jungle communities are
a veritable library of knowledge of the creatures that
inhabit their areas.
Nature tourism in Peru is a real opportunity to share
a world surprises with the world.
Remember to read our "Recommendations"
for your trip to Peru, as well as other important issues
in our "Tips"
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