Places in Amazon Basin
Abutting the neighboring nations of Bolivia and Brazil, the vast tract of the southern Amazon Basin is one of the Peru’s remotest territories: comparatively little of it is either inhabited or explored. That said, this is changing almost as fast as a Peruvian bus timetable, thanks to the Trans-Oceanic Highway transecting much of the region.
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Inti Raymi: a guide to the Incan Festival of the Sun in Peru
Image by Fred Lam...