The Peruvian rainforest presents two main regions: The High and Low rainforests. The two of them have the same tropical weather: high temperatures, great humidity and persistent rain; however it is their landscape that distinguishes them. The first has fertile valleys where tropical crops grow (coffee, cocoa, tea, fruits) surrounded by Andean spurs. The Low rainforest has, for a change, a vast variety of flora furrowed by opulent rivers (one of the most important is the Amazon River, the most opulent and the longest in the world), floods are common and the soil is very fragile.
We can find native communities which haven't change their traditions and that only partially accept some of the western habits. In the Low rainforest the best way of communication is to navigate through its big rivers. The major cities of the Peruvian rainforest are Iquitos, Pucallpa y Tarapoto.