Best of the Amazon
Wildlife: Feel amazed by the Amazon’s wildlife, whether you observe a giant otter, pink river dolphin, taricaya turtle, or the giant capybara rodent. Observe the brightly plumed macaws and the magnificence of a harpy eagle in flight.
Canopy Walks: Climb up into the canopy, whether by ladder or ropes, to have a closer look at the amazing biodiversity a hundred feet off the ground in the rainforest.
Explorer’s Inn: The 5,500 hectares surrounding the lodge are home to 61 bird species and more than 1,235 types of butterflies, as well as howler monkeys, otters,
and coral snakes.
The Tambopata Research Center: On the Río Tambopata, visit the only lodge near the Parque Nacional Bahuaja Sonene, just 500 meters away from the world’s largest macaw clay lick.
Reserva Amazónica: Indulge yourself in the most luxurious and romantic lodge in the Peruvian Amazon, situated at the shores of the Río Madre de Dios.
Manu Expeditions: Sprnd a two-week birding trip, high in the treetops, and observe Manu’s speckled and cinnamon teal or the red-backed hawk, among hundreds of other species.
Aqua Expeditions: Become a privileged observer of the Amazon rainforest through an unforgettable journey on Peru Amazon’s top end river cruise, available in three-, four- and seven-night travel packages.
Tahuayo Lodge: Visit one of the most reknowned lodges of Peru’s northeastern Amazon, offering access to the Reserva Comunal Tamshiyacu Tahuayo, habitat of the rare red uakari monkey.
© Ross Wehner and Renée del Gaudio from Moon Peru, 3rd Edition