There are 15 national reserves in Peru. These reserves protect lowland rainforests, coastal habitats, and even alpine lakes. At Pacaya Samiria, Peru's largest nature reserve, you can explore the northern Amazon and spot a wealth of wildlife. Find beautiful beaches and impressive rock formations at the Paracas National Reserve, or paddle out to the floating islands at Lake Titicaca. No matter which reserve you choose, you're sure to enjoy the immersion into nature. Visiting a national reserve with a guide will greatly increase your understanding and appreciation of what you see.