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Peru is the fifth most biodiverse country in the world, with Amazonian, Andean and rich marine ecosystems.

  • Second largest swath of the Amazonian bioregion after Brazil’s, covering around 60 percent of the country’s total land area.
  • Wonderful Andean and montane forest and grassland birdwatching
  • Many national parks, private reserves and biological research stations throughout the country.

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The Nature Traveller's Handbook

A wonderful guide to 150 biostations and private reserves. Hidden gems for serious nature and wildlife lovers to visit and enjoy