The Tambopata National Reserve in the Peruvian Amazon is one of the world’s most biologically diverse areas. An extraordinary tropical rainforest location between Cuzco and Bolivia where you can immerse yourself in nature, enjoy breath-taking landscapes and have the opportunity of seeing countless wildlife species in their natural habitats.

Things to Do in the Rainforest

Tree Top Walks

See the rainforest from the treetops on canopy walkways, hanging bridges high up in the trees, and from the very high wildlife observation towers in Tambopata. Read more

Jungle Nature Day Treks

Taking nature day treks is a must-do of any trip to the Amazon rainforest to experience what is home for endless numbers of species of wildlife, trees and plants. Read more

Jungle Nightwalks

Jungle night walks are a fascinating and exciting way to experience the Amazon rainforest while searching for some of the nocturnal species here. Read more

Featured Jungle Lodges

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Giant River Otter Facts - Did you know…?

The biggest species of all the 13 otter species and can measure up to 2 m (6 ft.) long. They eat between 3 and 4 kg (6.6 – 8.8 lb.) of fish a day! They are entirely diurnal animals. Read More

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