Welcome to our travel guide to the Tambopata National Reserve in the Amazon jungle in southeastern Peru, one of the world’s most biologically diverse areas. An extraordinary destination located between Cusco and Bolivia where you can immerse yourself in nature, while enjoying beautiful landscapes and having unique opportunities of seeing countless wildlife species in their natural habitats.
The Reserve protects many different jungle eco-systems, such as the biggest macaw and parrot claylicks in the world, the Colorado Claylick, oxbow lakes, swamps and of course, the Tambopata and Madre de Dios rivers, which form part of the Amazon river system.
It is a truly breathtaking and unforgettable destination for a jungle holiday / vacation, honeymoon, for families, couples, groups of friends, and for solo travellers. Our website offers detailed information about accommodation options, places to visit and things to do, as well as practical advice for your trip to this fascinating area of the Amazon rainforest, including the best times of the year to visit.
Featured Amazon Jungle Lodges
Some of the best ecolodges in the Amazon, and indeed the world, can be found in the Tambopata National Reserve. Discover more in our detailed Lodges guide, which offers comprehensive information about their facilities, activities that are included with bookings or can be arranged at the accommodation, and book online.
Amazon Wildlife in the Spotlight
The Tambopata National Reserve is home to thousands of species of mammals, birds, reptiles and butterflies, including various endangered species. Learn about some of these species you might see in the jungle in our Wildlife guide.