Peru’s Amazonas region is now more accessible than ever
It has been reported that direct air services will be resumed at Chachapoyas airport in Peru. This will have a significant impact on the tourist arrivals, a supposed 12 percent more tourists will visit Peru’s northern Amazonas region.
The resumption of these air operations will greatly boost the tourism industry announced Manual Cabañas, the Peruvian regional director of Foreign Trade and Tourism. The regional government will also come into action as they will be implementing promotional procedures in order to further boost their tourism industry.
Domestic and foreign visitors who are aware of some of the many Amazonas wonders such as Fortress Kuelap, the Gocta Falls and the world’s tallest waterfalls are beginning to flock to this area. Cabañas expressed that the overall goal was to attract more visitors.
The Chachapoyas regional airport is having an extension of the runway which will make a significant difference to increasing the number of tourists and visitors to this northern region.
“We are working with the regional governor in the airport expansion which will ensure direct flights from Lima with aircrafts with larger passenger capacity and service quality,” said Cabaña.
Chachapoya was named after the Chachapoyas who were Andean people who lived in the cloud forest of what is known today as the Amazonas. The area of the Chachapoyas is sometimes referred to as the Amazonian Andes, due to it being part of a mountain range covered by dense tropical forest. The Amazonian Andes constitute the eastern flank of the Andes, which were once covered by dense Peru’s Amazonas region vegetation.
The change in air operations will be hugely valuable to both the region and the tourists who will be able to easily visit this stunning and fascinating area of Latin America.
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