Our unique eco-lodges invites you to DiscoverExplore and Share the Peruvian Amazon jungle. An in-depth expedition to the heart of the Tambopata National Reserve betting to learn about its amazing wildlife, ancient forest and the opportunity to take action and make a positive change in neighbor communities and the environment.

If you are planning a trip to Peru, add Tambopata to your must-visit places. Find here the best travel deals to make this happen. We reckon we can help.


Is your little child passionate about science? Are you looking for this trip to be more than fun for your child, but to plant a seed of interest in conservation science and sustainability?

Then take them to the lodge for free! We were born from the dream of protecting scarlet macaws in the Amazonian rainforests of Peru. Today, we continue that project and position ourselves within the realms of science and technology to reach our objective of preserving the rain forest.


  • Subject line of your reservation should be: Born to protect
  • One child free when sharing a room with their parents
  • For children from 1-12 years old
  • Minimum of two adults
  • This offer is valid traveling until March 31, 2021. Subject to availability
  • This offer is not to be combined with any other offers
  • This offer is valid for NEW reservations and it is not retroactive
  • Blackout dates: December 20 to January 1
  • Children from 6 to 12 years old have to pay an entrance ticket to the National Reserve.


Traveling is a grand adventure and doing it alone has great benefits – like more closely enjoying the local culture. Also, traveling solo allows you to plan your trip in such a way as to avoid the more congested tourist routes.

We invite you to add to your bucket list a grand adventure in the Amazonian jungles of Peru, where you will not only enjoy incredible landscapes but also connect with nature by becoming an explorer and your true self.


  • All of our lodges have the largest variety of activities in the entire region – from discovery science to adventure tours to hiking in the jungle.
  • The excellent location of our eco-lodges provides you with the best opportunity for wildlife sightings.
  • All reservations include full meal service served buffet style – with a brand new menu and a wide variety of foods to choose from.

To encourage you to visit the Amazon rainforest, our lodges are now setting aside three rooms per month specifically for the Solo Traveller. Not only this, but we are waiving the standard single supplement charge for our solo guests.


  • This promotion is valid for one passenger per one-person room
  •  Only three rooms per lodge per month. Subject to availability.
  • It cannot be applied retroactively.
  • No single supplement will be charged.
  • Blackout dates: December 20 to January 1
  • Prepaid reservations are non-refundable
  • For agencies that make payment later, it is important to remind inquiries BEFORE they complete the reservation that confirmation of this reservation implies a commitment to pay 100% of the no-show charge in the event of a cancelation.
  • There are no 7-day blocks available for this offer.
Refugio Amazonas & Tambopata Research Centre

Refugio Amazonas & Tambopata Research Centre

Nearly two thirds of Peru comprises of rainforest and the Amazon Basin located in the south is believed to contain some of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet. The southern selva regions are fed by Madre de Dios River and are inhabited by rare animals such as the Giant Otter, Collared Peccary, Tapir, Anaconda, Jaguar, Ocelot, Horned Currasow among others. Puerto Maldonado is a remote settlement sits where the Rio Madre de Dios and the Tambopata River meet. You can stay at a number of jungle lodges accessible by boat transfer. The town is located close to the Tambopata Reserve, an immense 6,000 square kilometre protected area in the South-eastern state of Madre de Dios.
About Refugio Amazonas & Tambopata Research Centre

Posada Amazonas Eco Lodge

Posada Amazonas is a 30 bedroom lodge owned by the local community of Infierno and managed with Rainforest Expeditions. Located within the territory of the Infierno Community and built within the 2,000 hectare, private, communal reserve, which is also directly adjacent to the Tambopata.
About Posada Amazonas Eco Lodge