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Arrival & Reception by Guide
Our guides are English speaking; biologists, tourism professionals, and/or community members. To provide the best quality service we assign no more than 10 people per guide and combine smaller groups. If you would like a private guide or a guide in a language other than English please let us know.

Transfer Airport to Puerto Maldonado Headquarters
Upon arrival from Lima or Cusco, you will be welcomed at the airport and driven ten minutes to the Puerto Maldonado headquarters. While enjoying your first taste of the forest in the gardens you will be asked to pack only the necessary gear for your next few days and leave the rest in our secured storage area as this helps us keep the boats and cargo light.

Transfer Puerto Maldonado Headquarters to Tambopata River Port
Skirting Puerto Maldonado, you will go 20 kilometres to the Tambopata River Port, and enter the Native Community of Infierno.

Boat Transfer – Tambopata River Port to Refugio Amazonas
The two and a half hour boat ride from the Tambopata Port to Refugio Amazonas will take you past the Community of Infierno, and the Tambopata National Reserve’s checkpoint and into the buffer zone of this 1.3 million hectare conservation area.
Meals included: Boxed lunch

Upon arrival, the lodge manager will welcome you and brief you with important safety and security tips.
Meals include: Dinner

Caiman Search
After dinner, you will venture out to the river’s edge scanning the shores with headlamps and flashlights to catch the red gleams of reflection from the caiman’s eyes.

Overnight: at Refugio Amazonas
Oxbow Lake Visit
Today you will paddle around the lake in a canoe or a catamaran, looking for lakeside wildlife such as hoatzin, caiman, and horned screamers, as well as trying to catch a glimpse of the otters, which is more difficult. Throughout the visit to the lake, you will be surrounded by a variety of birdlife including the colorful macaws.
Meals included: Breakfast, lunch

Farm Visit
After a refreshing lunch, you will make your way downriver until you reach a farm owned and managed by the charismatic Don Manuel – from the neighboring community of Condenado. He grows a variety of popular and unknown Amazon crops – just about every plant and tree you will see serves a purpose.

Ethnobotanical Tour
Your tour continues along a trail as you will discover a variety of plants and trees that are used by the local population in a variety of different ways. You will learn about the medicinal (and other) uses of Ajo-Sacha, Yuca de Venado, Uña de Gato, Charcot-Sacha, Para-Para, among others.
Meals include: Dinner

Tambopata National Reserve Lectures
Back at the lodge, there will be a lecture by the staff of Refugio Amazonas that covers conservation threats, opportunities, and projects in the Tambopata National Reserve.

Overnight: at Refugio Amazonas
Parrot Clay Lick
A fifteen-minute boat ride and a sixty-minute walk from Refugio Amazonas is where you will find a clay lick used both by parrots and parakeets. You will see parrots and parakeets descend to the clay bank. Species such as the Dusky headed and Cobalt-winged Parakeet descend on this clay lick. With luck, you will also see some or all of the following species in the early morning: Mealy and Yellow-crowned Amazons, Blue-headed Pionus, Severe macaw and Orange-cheeked (Barrabands) Parrot. You will visit the lick at dawn when parrots are most active or try to find other times such as midmorning or early afternoon when they are known to frequent the lick.
Meals included: Breakfast

Mammal Clay Lick
A twenty minute walking from Refugio Amazonas is a peccary clay lick. Here you will see wild rainforest pigs that show up in herds of five to twenty individuals to eat clay in the late morning. Chances of spotting them are around 15%, but well worth the short hike. Other wildlife also shows up including deer, guan, and parakeets.
Meals include: Lunch

Brazil Nut Trail and Camp
A few minutes hike from the lodge is a beautiful old growth patch of Brazil Nut forest that has been harvested for decades (if not centuries) where the precarious remains of a camp used two months a year by Brazil Nut gatherers can still be experienced. You will get to enjoy a demonstration of the whole process of the Rainforest’s only sustainably harvested product from collection through transportation to the drying process.

Canopy Tower
A thirty-minute walk from Refugio Amazonas leads to the 25-meter scaffolding canopy tower. A bannister staircase running through the middle provides safe access to the platforms above. The tower has been built upon high ground, therefore increasing your views of the continuous primary forest extending out towards the Tambopata National Reserve. From here views of a variety of species including toucans, macaws, and raptors are likely to be spotted.
Meals included: Dinner

Night walk
You will have the option of hiking out at night when most of the mammals are active but difficult to see. It will be easier to find are frogs.

Overnight: at Refugio Amazonas

Boat Transfer – Refugio Amazonas to Tambopata River Port

Transfer from Tambopata River Port to Puerto Maldonado Headquarters

Transfer from Puerto Maldonado Headquarters to Airport

You will retrace your river and road journey back to Puerto Maldonado, our office, and the airport. Depending on airline schedules, this may require pre-dawn departures.
Meals included: Breakfast

Into the Wild of Tambopata 4D/3N
Active Tour

Keep a lookout for exotic wildlife, interact with local communities, all while enjoying one of the most beautiful natural setting on earth, the Peruvian Rainforest. Come with us on this 4 day/3 night excursion to get a taste of the Rainforest.


Room type Price
Double room 432.00
Single room 570.00

Prices are per person and in US dollars. Prices are subject to change around holidays such as Easter, Christmas, New Year and other local festivities. $13 per person charge for entrance into the national park applies.


• Lodging for 2 nights in double accomodation with breakfast days 2-3
• Lunch days 1-2
• Dinner days 1-2
• All excursions in shared services with English speaking guide
• Permanent assistance from our local offices


• International and domestic airfares
• Meals not specifies
• Drinks
• Travel insurance
• Extras, tips and personal expenses


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Comfortable and light clothing is the most convenient choice for traveling on Peru’s coast, while warmer clothes are best for stays in the highlands. Passengers must not wear sleeveless T-shirts, shorts, miniskirts or very tight clothes when visiting temples, religious places or official buildings. Sunblock lotion, sunglasses, a hat or cap and a mosquito repellent can be also very helpful during the trip.

Please have in mind that check-in hour in most hotels starts at 1:00 pm. Early-arriving guests will be subject to room availability, while waiting in the hotel lobby.