Jungle Blog




The marsh deer: One of South America's largest deer species

26 June 2017

Tambopata's wetlands offer a refuge for this declining species.
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Tambopata National Reserve: A biodiversity hotspot

05 June 2017

As the world marks World Environment Day, we celebrate our National Reserve.
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South American tapir: The Amazon’s largest land mammal

29 May 2017

The South American lowland tapir is one of the world’s five tapir species.
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Capybara: The world’s largest rodent roams Tambopata’s Amazon forests

16 May 2017

Up to 1.3 meters in length, the capybara is hunted by jaguars, anacondas and caimans.
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Temperatures can fall in the tropical forests of South America

27 April 2017

Sudden drops in temperature affect locals, visitors and wildlife in Peru’s Amazon basin.
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Ocelot: Once hunted for its fur, this species is now protected by Tambopata National Reserve

10 April 2017

The ocelot is one of the jungle cats known to roam the forests of Tambopata.
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Tambopata National Reserve: One of the most biologically diverse places on the planet

27 March 2017

Our Ecolodge is set in primary rainforest habitat, on the banks of the Tambopata River.
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Pacarana: One of the strangest animals it is possible to see in the western Amazon

17 March 2017

The world's third largest rodent is protected by Tambopata National Reserve.
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The giant armadillo: More teeth and longer claws than any other mammal

28 February 2017

The world's largest armadillo species roams the forests of Tambopata.
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The Tambopata National Reserve Experience

20 February 2017

This area of Peruvian rainforest habitat has been protected for more than two decades.
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What your rainforest visit means

In Peru it is tourism that has made it possible to create national reserves and save the forests of the Amazon basin from destruction. By working to encourage travelers to visit the rainforest, we are ensuring it will be around for future generations to appreciate. Pioneering projects like Tambopata Ecolodge, which was established in 1991, provide the model that teaches local people the importance of conserving our natural heritage, by showing them that forests are worth more to us all when they are left to flourish, instead of being exploited.

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