About the Experience

Amazon Forest Expedition - The most sought after adventure experience!


The Tambopata National Reserve is one of the true remaining jewels of the Amazon Rainforest. It’s a must-visit destination for peru travelers and nature lovers from around the globe. Here, we give you some background on the Reserve’s history, ecology, and diversity

Tambopata harbors some of the wildest, least impacted habitats in the Amazon and the world. It is on the short list of “must-see” nature destinations in Peru and South America. Because of that we highly recommend you to travel to Tambopata

Planning travel to Tambopata however, can be confusing. There is a lot of information on the internet about the destination, the lodges and the tour operators. There are also many synonyms. Tambopata is a river, a province and a national reserve. It is reached through the gateway city of Puerto Maldonado and is directly adjacent to another great nature destination: the Bahuaja Sonene National Park. And, Tambopata shares visits with two other good destinations of the Peruvian Amazon: Manu and Iquitos

The lowland forests and tropical savannahs of Tambopata are some of the most biodiverse areas on the globe.

  • Birds: 670 bird species have been identified, including the Harpy Eagle, a large, rare raptor that preys on monkeys and sloths, the strange Hoatzin, and eight macaw species (six of which can be seen at the Tambopata Research Center clay lick).
  • Mammals: 200 species, including healthy populations of Jaguar, Giant Anteater, Amazonian Tapir, and, in the savannah habitats of the Rio Heath, the Maned Wolf.
  • Reptiles and Amphibians: 210 species, including several species of tree frogs, the colorful Tambopata Poison Frog, and the beautiful Rainbow Boa.
  • Insects and other arthropods: The number of species of insects and spiders that live in the rainforests of Tambopata number in the thousands. Many are expected to be species unknown to science.
  • Trees and plants: Over 10,000 species of plants have been identified in Tambopata, Peru, making it one of the highest areas for plant diversity on the planet. A few of the more noteworthy plants are the Brazil Nut Tree, the huge Ceiba, and quick growing Balsa trees

We rate this as the best Adventure & Life-Time Experience in our stock!

What does it cost?

This is a specialized activity and the cost depends on various type of packages & activities you would choose to experience

Cost starting from Rs.69,000/- Per Person


3 nights stay in the forest lodge

All meals

A la carte of various activities & experiences

Return ferry transfers from/to Puerto Maldonado airport



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Travel Insurance

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