The best way to visit the Amazon basin in South America is with an organized itinerary. In this way, you will be clear about the activities and services included, and sure of the standard of accommodation and meals you will be receiving, throughout your trip.
At Tambopata Ecolodge, we offer our guests a complete service. Once our travelers have flown in from Lima, or arrived in Puerto Maldonado by air or bus from Cusco, after their Machu Picchu and Sacred Valley experiences, we meet them at the airport or bus station.
Then, after a stopover at our office in town, where we help our guests to store the luggage they won’t need during their time with us at our eco-lodge, we drive them to the river port. It is here that their Peruvian Amazon adventure really begins. Our boat takes us far from Puerto Maldonado and the disturbed secondary forest surrounding the town, as we enter the primary, protected rainforest that is the natural habitat of hundreds of species of mammals, birds, reptiles, insects and other creatures.
This relaxing boat ride takes our guests into tropical forests that we have been helping to protect for more than thirty years. It is through the ecotourism experiences that we offer our visitors that we have been able to conserve and protect the rainforest for all these years, and our environmental mission remains ongoing, as we work to preserve our jungle home for the future.
And without people like you, who come to stay with us year after year to enjoy nature, our conservation work would be impossible. Because it is only by continuing to show by example that the Amazon forest can generate an income when it is left to flourish that we can ensure it will still be around when our grandchildren want to visit it with their children.
At Tambopata Ecolodge, we do everything possible to make sure that all our guests are comfortable, that they enjoy our hospitality and good food, and –above all- that they see plenty of wildlife in the company of our expert local guides, while also learning more about the incredible plant life of the Amazon.
Join us in our jungle home, and help us to continue protecting the Amazon rainforest!