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Amazon Refuge

Tahuayo Lodge

Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve


Manu Wildlife Center

Cock-of-the-Rock Lodge


Sandoval Lake Lodge

Heath River Wildlife Center

Cayman Amazonia Tambopata

Three areas in the Peruvian Amazon are the focal points for visitors seeking a wildlife and nature experience: The Manu Wilderness and the Tambopata Region of southeastern Peru, and the Iquitos-Amazon River region of northeastern Peru, including the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve and the Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve.

Amazon Refuge: AMAZON RIVER IQUITOS AREA. And for all those interested in the best of Amazon wildlife and Indian encounters: Join us for boating & canoeing the rivers & lakes, hiking rainforest trails.
Wildlife and activities: Pink Dolphins, Native Indian Communities, birding, wildlife trails, special programs for exploring the Pcaya Samiria National Reserve.
Adventure camping extensions to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.

Tahuayo Lodge: IQUITOS AREA. The western Amazon rainforest, site of the Tahuayo Lodge, is known to have the greatest diversity of flora and fauna found in the world.
Wildlife and activities: Pink Dolphins, Canopy Zip-Line, Native Shaman, Medicinal plant hikes, Native artisania market, Birding: over 500 species, Macaws, Parrots, Toucans, Butterfy colpa, Piranha fishing and Jungle Survival Programs.

Camping adventures in Iquitos area: Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve

Manu Wildlife Center: MANU AREA. The Manu Wildlife Center (MWC) is located in the remote and wild Manu Wilderness of southeastern Peru. Amidst spectacular forest and incredible scenery, the density and diversity of animal and plant species reach a peak in the extreme western Amazon, near the foot of the Andes.
Visit the only accessible Macaw and Parrot Clay Lick in the Manu area just minutes from our lodge. Join naturalist guides aboard custom-built lake catamarans as we visit the world's most social, yet ferocious, otter, the 70-pound Giant Otter.

Heath River Wildlife Center: TAMBOPATA. The Heath River Wildlife Center lies at the hub of one of the largest multi-national tropical reserve areas in the world.
Amazon primary rain forest: miles of well-defined forest trails provide exciting viewing of a variety of animals, birds, and flora. The elusive Jaguar roams the forest while Dusky Titi Monkeys chase through the trees. The Heath Macaw Clay Lick is 15 minutes from the center by motorized canoe where a strategically placed floating blind allows visitors a safe and comfortable view of the early morning gathering of parrots and macaws in their quest to eat mineral-rich clay from an exposed area of the riverbank.

more lodges in Tambopata area: Sandoval Lake LodgeCayman Amazonia Tambopata

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