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.
- Accommodation at Refugio Amazonas & Tambopata Research Centre.
- All meals at lodge
- Excursions led by bilingual guides
- Return airport and boat transfers