[wuh-yah-guh; Spanish wah-yah-gah]
- a river in N central Peru, flowing N to the Marañón River: part of the Amazon system. 700 miles (1126 km) long.
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Rumicallarina is at the head of navigation for steamers on the Huallaga.
Atlantic ocean to mouth of the Huallaga, 2430 miles By the Amazon river.
He followed the Huallaga to its mouth and it took him six months.
If you're hunting gold, try the hills over west of the Huallaga.The Pathless Trail
Arthur O. (Arthur Olney) Friel
Saunders shot it on the Huallaga, in Peru, 2800 miles inland.Argentine Ornithology, Volume II (of 2)
P. L. Sclater