Tambopata Tours in National Reserve

Tambopata  tours carried out in the natural reserve are a very attractive option for people who love nature, the trips by the river is habitual and is an essential point in the tours to Tambopata. It is a highly recommended place for bird watching, a tour and your stay in the rainforest is ideal for any traveler accustomed to modern big cities. The national reserve of Tambopata is one of the most protected forests in the world. The reserve is near the Tambopata and Madre de Dios Rivers converge in Puerto Maldonado, a remote jungle village with access to some of the best wildlife viewing areas in the Peru Amazon rainforest. Tambopata has the best road connections with Lima, Cusco and Brazil and offers opportunities for those with a tight budget; excursions at reasonable prices, tours can be taken from Puerto Maldonado. It offers access to the Amazon’s largest canopy walkway in Peru.

Tambopata reserve tours

The Tambopata Candamo reserve area – It spans more than 769,000 acres and is located in the Madre de Dios region near the city of Puerto Maldonado. The diversity of this natural park of Tambopata is truly astonishing and many world records have been obtained in fauna and wildlife observation:

  • 1,236 types of butterflies, 592 species of birds, 151 varieties of dragonflies, 136 types of ants, 128 species of amphibians, 104 types of mammals, 94 types of fish, 75 different reptiles, 42 termites and 39 varieties of bees.
  • Tambopata tours offer expeditions to the Macaw Colpa, one of the largest birdwatching spots in the world’s natural parks, which attracts thousands upon thousands of parrots and macaws on most days.

Taking one of these tours in the Tambopata Nature Reserve will allow you to enjoy the view of beautiful rivers, pristine lakes and primary forests of southeastern Peru are full of wildlife.

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We have been working in Tambopata reserve tours for approximately 20 years in the jungle regions of Peru, guiding many visitors from around the world and we have experience in wildlife,

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We have been collaborating with many jungle people and we intend to conserve the environment through sustainable tourism development in Peru Amzon rainforest.






Jungle Guides

Our team of jungle guides graduated their specialization as a naturalist guide in the jungle of Puerto Maldonado and Tambopata have been leading the jungle for more than 12 years,

Most of the land south of Madre de Dios River is protected by national parks. The emerging border town of Puerto Maldonado amazon is conveniently located at the confluence of the Madre de Dios and Tambopata rivers, and is the best access point to visit the Peru Amazon jungle.


Most travelers arrive in Puerto Maldonado jungle city on daily flights from Cusco. However, there is also a paved road of 311 miles (500 km) that takes 10 hours from Cusco depending on the season.
This is the most biodiverse area of ​​the Peruvian Amazon and has the highest concentration of Peru Amazon lodges Puerto Maldonado and shelters in the jungle, with naturalist tourism guides, access to this region is only by river.

The Tambopata national park or reserve is a paradise for nature lovers. Tambopata tours are held in this most biodiverse area of ​​Peru and are part of the 60 national parks, reserves, sanctuaries and other categories of protected natural areas which have been created throughout the country.
Peru jungle has world records in the greatest diversity of bird species has increased in these days approximately;

  1. 1,817 species, butterflies 3,540 species and orchids 3,600 species.
  2. The country also has a large number of mammals 463 species, and amphibians 380 species.
  3. There are at least 6,283 endemic species of plants and animals.


This large Amazon area extension near Puerto Maldonado is the best place to experience wildlife on any of these Tambopata amazon tours, a short flight east of Cusco, is an excellent place to see wild animals and vegetation are the best tambopata tours.
About 20 Tambopata lodges scattered along rivers, provide comfortable bases for tourists of the jungle, throughout this sector you can see various types of monkeys, black caimans, giant rodents called capybaras and some hundreds of Bird species.

Tambopata river boat


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Macaw clay lick tours?

Macaw clay lick tours

The famous Macaw clay lick colony of Tambopata, where several hundred macaws and brightly colored parrots gather daily for food, is one of the most prominent tourist spots in Peru.

Collpa de Guacamyo in the natural reserve of Tamnopata
This protected area also includes the buffer zone. A highlight of the reserve is the Macaw Colpa or Macaw clay lick, one of the country’s largest natural clay walls. It attracts hundreds of birds and is a spectacular sight. Travelers arriving to the Tambopata river should register their passport numbers at the checkpoint and show the entry permits to their national park obtained in Puerto Maldonado at the Sernanp office. Tambopata tours will organize this for you.

Esta reserva y abono de 274.700 hectáreas (1.060.6 fquare Milhas) de la selva amazónica das Terras Baixas, cochas y los bosques cercanos al ribeirinha dos Malinowski, Tambopata y Madre de
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Relatively few people live, so it suffers less hunting than other areas of the Peru Amazon basin, and therefore is one of the best places to see wildlife. This, due to its proximity to the Puerto Maldonado airport, makes Tambopata one of the most popular natural destinations in the country.
Tambopata Jungle tours take you to one of the wildest National reserve in Peru: A huge area of rainforest in the department of Madre de Dios, Tambopata has an exceptional biodiversity: with more species of birds and butterflies than any place of similar size a land, as well as a dozen different types of forests and beautiful lakes, and at least 13 species of endangered animals.

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The Amazon rainforest of Peru is one of the richest in diversity of the planet. The southeastern jungle and its two main protected areas, the Tambopata National Reserve is fabulous for observing wildlife and more than 1,000 species of birds. One of the great bird watching shows is the sight of thousands of Scarlet macaws, blue and gold macaw and red and gren Macaw and parrots feeding on a clay mud. Keep your eyes peeled by more elusive wildlife such as caimans, river otters, and even jaguars and tapirs with tambopata tours.

What to find in Tambopata national reserve?


Tambopata lodges

The Tambopata National Reserve, an important protected area. Here, a chain of shelters by the river offers various types of accommodation (from budget accommodation to absolute luxury hotels) within reach of countless day trips and one of the largest clay walls in the country.

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Animals of the Amazon rainforest Tambopata

Punk chickens are easily heard while your boat passes along the Sandoval lake. If you hear a lot of whistling, grunting and vegetative sounds, you have probably stumbled upon the elaborate mating ritual of one of the Amazon’s rarest birds, the hoatzin. This is a large wild chicken with a blue face and a large crest on the head (hence the nickname ‘chicken punk’).

Scientists have been unable to classify this bird as a member of any other avian family, mainly because of the two claws the young have in each wing.
To evade predators, hoatzin chicks will fall from the nest into the river and use their claws to help them recover the muddy banks.

The clawed wing is a feature that no other airborne creature has since the pterodactyl possessed. The appearance of the bird is overcome by its terrible smell, which may well be the first indication that they are close. They also have bad taste, so they are rarely hunted. In this time of depletion of the forest, they are one of the few native birds with a flourishing

  • Tambopata tours show you countless birds, frogs, alligators, giant river otters and the unusual ear of avian species known as jungle chicken (its official name: hoatzin).
  • For the best tours of Tambopata explore, plan to spend at least two nights in the area.
  • A beautiful boat ride will take you back to Puerto Maldonado.
    The Tambopata river, 2 km south of the city, has boats to the Tambopata reserve. The boats to the jungle lodges leave from both docks.