The Amazon Rainforest Overview
You must have heard tales of how massive the Amazon Rainforest is but we’re about to explain to you just how the region expands. Geographically speaking, the Amazon Rainforest itself occupies over 40% of South America. This never-ending abode of ecosystem can cover the size of eight regular-sized countries like New Zealand and Australia.

With over 6.7 million square kilometres of space, there are still regions of the Amazon Rainforest that are unexplored. When it comes to anything Earthy, the Amazon Rainforest is the king. It stretches all the way from the Peruvian Andes to the Amazon River in the South and is home to over 10,000 different types of species of plants and animals.

People only wish to witness such spectacular sights and it often ends up staying in their bucket lists but this is your time to ensure that you check out the world’s largest rainforest.

Best time to visit: May and early June

Highlights: Pink dolphins, Piranha, The Rio Negro, Uakari monkeys, Tarantulas.
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