Experience the best of Peru Tambopata National Reserve on this short three day tour with an English speaking local guide. The experience begins with a transfer from Puerto Maldonado airport or bus terminal.
This three day Peru Tambopata National Reserve Tour is ideal for those wanting to get an overview of life in the nature reserve.
The jungle nestles in the Madre de Dios Province of Peru. It is named after the renowned Tambopata River. It originates in Lake Titicaca and branches out to the Amazon Jungle.
Tambopata is rich in biodiversity. This region of the Amazon Rainforest is home to over 650 bird species like the harpy eagle and 1500 varieties of butterflies. Most of them are distinct to the region. Tambopata also houses over eight species of Macaws, including the iconic Scarlet Macaws.
Tambopata National Reserve is renowned for its oxbow lakes and Macaw Clay Lick. Chuncho Macaw Clay Lick in Tambopata is the largest in the world.
Join us as a solo traveler, as couples or in groups to get an insight into life in the Peruvian Amazon Jungle.
It is highly recommended that you travel to Tambopata National Reserve during the dry season – between March and November. During the rainy season (December to February) you will seldom have an opportunity to spot any animals.