- 10 May 2018 (746 visits)

Tambopata National Reserve: One of the most biologically diverse places on the planet

Our Ecolodge is set in primary rainforest habitat, on the banks of the Tambopata River. read more »
- 28 April 2018 (652 visits)

The Tambopata National Reserve Experience

This area of Peruvian rainforest habitat has been protected for more than two decades. read more »
- 10 April 2018 (599 visits)

Tambopata Ecolodge begins another year as one of nature's custodians

Tambopata Ecolodge continues its work to protect one small corner of Peru's Amazon rainforest. read more »
- 23 March 2018 (819 visits)

The nature of the world: The planet's rainforests continue to disappear

The rainforests are a global treasure that should be preserved for all humanity. read more »
- 28 February 2018 (1432 visits)

Amazon rubber boom: The late 19th century saw a rush to exploit this Peruvian rainforest product

Originally, the entire world's rubber was produced from the latex of three Amazon tree species. read more »
- 10 February 2018 (1293 visits)

People of the Amazon: The Peruvian rainforest has been inhabited for countless generations

Archaeological evidence points to several thousand years of human occupation. read more »
- 31 January 2018 (997 visits)

Tambopata Ecolodge: Custodian of one remote corner of Peru's threatened Amazon rainforests

In the forests bordering Tambopata National Reserve, illegal mining continues to threaten the delicate ecosystem of the Amazon basin. read more »
- 08 January 2018 (1275 visits)

The El Niño phenomenon: What is it, and how can it affect the rainforest?

The El Niño phenomenon originates in the seas off Peru's desert coast and can affect weather patterns throughout the world, including the Amazon basin. read more »
- 01 January 2018 (1399 visits)

Tambopata National Reserve: A human initiative to protect life

Together with the adjacent Bahuaja Sonene National Park, Tambopata National Reserve forms part of an immense protected area totaling more than 3,000,000 acres. read more »
- 28 December 2017 (600 visits)

Native peoples: Southeastern Peru’s forests have been inhabited for millennia

The peoples of this part of southeastern Peru belong to seven linguistic groups. read more »


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rainforest EXPERIENCE

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rainforest ENCOUNTER

4 days (USD 761.00)

rainforest EXPLORER

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rainforest ADVENTURE

4 days (USD 932.00)

rainforest JOURNEY

4 days (USD 1148.00)

rainforest EXPEDITION

5 days (USD 1370.00)

What your rainforest visit means

In Peru ecotourism has helped make it possible to create national reserves and save the forests of the Amazon basin from destruction. By implementing our ecotourism-based conservation model (see our video), we are ensuring the forests will be around for future generations to appreciate. Pioneering projects like Tambopata Ecolodge, which was established in 1991, serve as a conservation model, by showing how responsible ecotourism can support conservation initiatives.
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