he National Parks are representative examples of the natural diversity and the ecological unities in our country.
In these Parks, the ecological integrity of one or more ecosystems, the flora and wild fauna area protected. In this areas the direct exploitation of the natural resources and the settlement of new population is not permitted.
Visitors can enter these areas only with scientific, cultural and educative goals. Peru has National Parks with a surface of 2,918,179,25 hectares, which means 2,27% of the national territory.
National Parks are:
- Tingo Maria
- Cerros of Amotape
- Rio Abiseo
- Yanachaga Chemillen
- Bahuaja Sonene
- Alto Purus
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