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.
Like other macaws, in the Amazon, they congregate at riverbeds (claylicks) to eat clay. The Tambopata National Reserve has several claylicks including the world’s largest known one. Read More
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