There is no doubt that the capital of the Peruvian Amazon is called Iquitos. It can only be accessed by air and rivers. It is the largest city in the world inaccessible by land road. With more than 400,000 inhabitants, Iquitos is no longer a village: migrants in search of jobs have come to expand the various districts in successive waves. Indeed, the economic attraction of the city is undeniable: the exploitation of wood, the cultivation of tobacco, bananas, etc., is intense. Today, tourism is an important part of the economy: cruises, lodges, travel agencies and tourist itineraries, parks and natural reserves particularly well organized... The authenticity of the inhabitants and the incredible natural resources make Iquitos the privileged base for exploring the Peruvian Amazon, with its lush vegetation and exceptional biodiversity.