TAMBOPATA RESERVE TOURS
We work with local People and Jungle born folks
We have been working for about 20 years in Peru Jungle regions, collaborating with many people and have experience many river floats, gave and received support from Puerto Maldonado people. We are a medium size tour company committed with the sustainable tourism
Primary of this Item is usually to get travelers considering about what organisms live in the tropical rain woodland and how habitat damage has an effect on where they live, how they live, plus possibly the survival of the species.
Understand the biodiversity and make clear that the Amazon rain woodland is the most biodiverse place on Earth..
Yet, this biodiversity is vulnerable due to human activity. Clarify to students that these people will explore biodiversity in the Amazon to try in order to understand why it really is therefore important to protect. Tell students that the objective of this activity is usually for them to construct a spat for protecting biodiversity from the ., Amazon rain forest.
Explain to visitors that they will certainly go in small organizations to find out about regions of the particular Amazon rain forest.
To concentrate on how the vegetation and animals interact with other organisms in the forest because they know the particular Animals and Plants in the Amazon Rain Woodland. they will explore different areas (north, west, east) of Peru Amazon rainfall forest.
Recall the clear-cutting found in Peru from the beginning of the activity and share some of the real-environment threats to the rainfall forest: human development, deforestation because of logging and cattle ranching, infrastructure development, hydroelectric vitality projects, and others.
Focusing on jungle region, To make the population consider the consequences of habitat destruction to the plants and animals to protect the biodiversity of the Amazon rain forest.
Why it is necessary to protect biodiversity in the Amazon rain forest.
Remind Visitors that the reality they collected from their exploration of the Geography and Wildlife of the Amazon Basin.