Coca, a sprawling oil town in the Amazonian rainforest with no street signs and unpaved roads, is the gateway to a world of unsoiled nature. This is a place where you can take visits to Indian villages, stay overnight in jungle lodges, walk through lush rainforest in search of brilliant toucans and parrots, and travel by dugout canoe down hidden tributaries. These are all part of the adventures awaiting you in the Amazon jungle.
The Peruvian Amazon is a verdant tropical region covering almost two-thirds of the country, it is the fourth largest rainforest in the world.
The massive Amazon River experience in Brazil begins at the convergence of the Rio Negro and Rio Solimoes just nearby the city of Manaus.
In the Colombian part of a region many call Amazonia; Leticia is a hospitable and comfortable city, surrounded by paths that lead to fascinating places in the Amazonas jungle.
Machu Picchu remains one of the premier archaeological sites in the world and serves as a vivid reminder of the Incan Empire, its imagination, and magnificence.
Easter Island, also known to the locals as Rapa Nui is one of the most isolated islands in the world. The fascinating island is famous for its `Moai` the giant stone statues perched on the cliffs and volcanic hills built centuries ago.
The breathtaking Patagonia Region is shared by Argentina and Chile and runs from the coasts of the Pacific Ocean towards the Atlantic Ocean brimming with awe-inspiring glaciers and fjords.