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By not having road, Iquitos is accessible by air and river.
Within the city of most popular transport is the "motocar" or tricycle motor for passengers.
The river to river transport in Loreto is the Amazon River, which is formed by the confluence of the rivers Marañón and Ucayali about 125 kilometers upstream from Iquitos, Iquitos water down the River runs about 440 kilometers through Peruvian territory until Ramon Castilla near the Colombian town of Leticia, and the total length of Iquitos to Belem do Pará, close to its mouth is around 3, 540 km. It is navigable by ships of 15' feet of depth to Iquitos and river craft of 100 to 200 tons of capacity and 9' feet of depth in its entirety.
Traditional rivers are the Peque-Peque, the pot Pacamari (largest and indoor for the convenience of the traveler) and the slider's powerful engine and greater speed. There are also high board ships for passengers.
Iquitos Coronel FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta International Airport is one of the main airports of Peru, and is the most important of the Amazon region of the country. Around of 600 thousand passengers so they run in 2008.
We can find flights to Iquitos from Lima which have duration of one hour and thirty minutes; as well as also to other parts of the Peruvian jungle to Tarapoto in 50 minutes, 1 hour Pucallpa, Yurimaguas in 40 minutes and the city of Leticia, in Colombia in 1 hour.