This modern high-speed ferry connects Iquitos with the Peruvian border town of Santa Rosa (S80, eight to 10 hours) from where you can get further vessels on down the Amazon into Brazil, or get to Leticia in Colombia…
Star Perú operates two daily flights to and from Lima: the morning Lima-bound flight stops at Pucallpa and the afternoon flight at Tarapoto. Fares start at about US$70 to Lima and US$60 to Pucallpa or Tarapoto.
For services along the Iquitos–Pucallpa route. Phone information is no longer given, so grab a taxi out here for around S2.50 to check departures.
The port at the very end of Av La Marina, used for local trips to outlying villages and also where some trips to jungle lodges begin.
Speedboats to Pevas and Santa Rosa on the tri-frontera with Brazil and Colombia leave from here, among various other vessels.
Puerto ENAPU is where the Consorcio Fluvial del Amazonas Ferry leaves from.
Iquitos' airport, with direct daily flights to Lima and Pucallpa. There are also three weekly flights to Cuzco.
Speedboat offices for booking trips to Pevas and Santa Rosa on the tri-frontera with Brazil and Colombia.
LATAM has several daily direct runs to Lima, plus flights to Cuzco on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
One of Iquitos' main ports, about 3km north of the center.