The rivers Tambopata, Madre de Dios and Heath are surrounded by ecosystems of the subtropical rainforest with an exceptional variety and unique wild life. The National Reserved Zones of Tambopata and Bahuaja-Sonene conserve its flora and fauna and are designated for scientific and touristic activities. This destination allows an ecological complement to the visit to Cusco, since there are relatively easy airplane connections from this city to Puerto Maldonado, from where you will take a boat trip to an unforgettable adventure in the exuberant rainforest of Tambopata.
Adventure and Expedition in the Jungle
days / 2 nights or 5 days
/ 4 nights
Expedition in the rainforest around the lodge
«Explorers Inn» in the reserved zone of Tambopata. Camp site by the
«Collpa of Guacamayos» (clay lick).
Private reserved zone in the forest located near Puerto Maldonado. Quick connection. Lodging in the bungalows and for more comfort in the Amazonic Suites.
days / 2 nights
The Sandoval Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes of the Peruvian forest. You can observe wild life and enjoy the beautiful views around the lake.
Heath, Guacamayos and Sandoval
days / 4 nights
Boat trip on the Heath river by the Bolivian frontier crossing through the rainforest and the savanna. Overnight at a lodge owned by the Ese Ejas tribe. You can observe the Guacamayos and other animals at the Collpa. Enjoy the beauty of the Sandoval Lake and its wildlife.
in the Tambopata Nacional Reservation
/ 6 nights
than 600 species of birds a registered in the jungle surrounding the
Explorers Inn Lodge – more then in any other place.
You can choose between different programs
This research center is located in the heart of the unpopulated reserved zone, where you can visit the greatest Collpa (clay lick) of the world, where many
«Guacamayos» get together.
This lodge is located at the entrance of the Tambopata Nature Reserve and offers unique destinations inside it. Explore the surroundings of the lodge. Enjoy the trekking tour to
«Tres Chimbadas». Boat trip to «Quebrada del Gato» and admire its water falls. Observe the Guacamayos at the