Situated on the banks of
the Tambopata River in the heart of the
Tambopata National Reserve (TNR), the
remoteness and tranquility of our lodge will
make your stay an agreeable one.
The TNR is an immense area (680,000 acres)
protected by the Peruvian government and
located in the southeastern region of Madre
de Dios. Many studies have been made of the
fauna and flora along the Tambopata River,
revealing an incredible abundance of life
forms. It is believed that the ecosystems in
this part of southeastern Peru are the most
diverse on the planet. Here it is possible
to observe rare species such as the giant
otter, anacondas, jaguars and ocelots.
Within the entire territory of the
Tambopata Eco Lodge, and the rest of
the TNR, there are limitless opportunities
to observe the tropical rainforest and its
wildlife. Our lodge has something to offer
everybody, from those who just want to
escape from the noise of the city, to
naturalists and professional photographers.
Our experienced nature guides are always
willing to help our guests understand and
better appreciate this unique area.