Travel to Tambopata and venture into the heart of the jungle. Located in the region of Madre de Dios this lush part of the rainforest is located in the southern basin of the Amazon and is home to the Tambopata National Reserve. With 274,690 hectares tourists can see the flora and fauna at its best. With over 1,700 species of animals such as giant otters, beautiful macaws where you will visit them at the clay licks and amphibians are just some of the fauna that travelers can see, if lucky maybe even jaguars and anacondas. Staying in jungle lodges will bring you closer to nature, and with professional guides, you will learn a lot about Tambopata all while having the chance to visit local communities.
Recommend Restaurants in Tambopata:
All the lodges have some of the freshest and tastiest dishes, especially fish and fruit that can be caught and picked right from the Amazon.
Best time to visit:
May to October is dry season, and November to April is wet season.