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Amazon Upper River - Brazil Highlights:
Rio Ampayaco, Parrots, Monkeys, butterflies
Alternative Port:  Iquitos   Leticia   - click for cruises that visit this port.

The Amazon River carries a greater volume of water than any other river in the world and drains a vast region that nearly spans the continent, from its source in the Andes, 100 miles from the Pacific Ocean, to its mouth on the Atlantic Ocean. The Upper Amazon River roughly starts where it crosses the Colombian border at Leticia and then the Peruvian border to its source high in the Andes. It is navigable for ocean going vessels as far as Iquitos in Peru having passed the town of Pevas. Travelling between Leticia and Pevas, the Amazon becomes narrower still with its densely forested banks even closer to the decks. On the Rio Ampayaco, in Peru, visit the villages of Huitoto and Bora Indians. Take the opportunity to see the amazing variety of wildlife - parrots, monkeys, butterflies and much more.

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