Amazonia: Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, Colombia and the Guianas
Where to go in South America?
South America is a gigantic land mass, deciding what you want to see and see can help narrow down what countries you should visit.
See Rare Wildlife Species in Peru's Amazon
A new wildlife tour in Peru's Amazon rainforest
Photography Tour Available in the Peruvian Amazon
Rainforest Expedition Nature Photograph Tours gives participants a glimpse into what it would be like to be a National Geographic wildlife photographer.
Experience the Ayahuasca Ceremony
A unique indigenous ceremony in the Peruvian Amazon.
Amazon Sampler Photogallery
The Amazon river system starts in the highlands of Peru, makes it way, joined by many tributaries from Venezuela, Colombia, Bolivia, Suriname, French Guiana and Guyana to flow through a vast area of norhtern Brazil to reach the Atlantic ocean. Enjoy a photograhic sample of some of the views along the river.
A look at travel on the Amazon from Iquitos, Peru to Belém, Brazil.
Books about the Amazon
Guide selected to books about the Amazon: the river, Amazonia, flora and fauna, explorations, travels, rafting, adventure, border disputes, history, geography and indigenous peoples.
Should I Go To The Amazon?
Take this quiz from Pamela Bloom, author of Amazon Up Close, to see if you are a good candidate for an Amazon adventure.
Cruising the Amazon River on the Seven Seas Mariner
"The word "Amazon" immediately brings exotic sounds and sights to mind--jungle noises, wild animals, primitive Indian tribes, and thick vegetation under thousands of miles of jungle canopy. The 900 miles of Amazon River from the mouth at the Atlantic Ocean to Manaus are nothing like this stereotypical picture."
Tourism, sightseeing, geography, sports and recreation, national parks and practical facts for this area of Bolivia.