The Tambopata Eco-Lodge
It is situated on the banks of the Tambopata River in the heart of the Tambopata National Reserve (TNR), the remoteness and tranquility of our lodge make for a richly rewarding visit to the rainforest.
 
Location
It is located in the buffer zone of the Tambopata National Reserve. 72 km from the city of Puerto Maldonado following the river.
 
How do we get? ; Approximately only four hours from Cusco; a half hour commercial flight, 30 minutes Transfer to the port and 3 hours by boat to the lodge
 
The Cabins At The Tambopata Eco-Lodge
Have been designed to exist in complete harmony with this un spoil environment. They are made from wood and thatched with woven leaves, fully screened to protect occupants from insects. Additionally all beds are protected by a mosquito net
 
Capacity; (number of rooms)
  • 03 suite rooms
  • 03 suite rooms (with matrimonial king size bed)
  • 20 Superior twin rooms
  • 06 Superior triple rooms
  • 02 Matrimonial superior rooms (with matrimonial King size)
 
Suite rooms
  • Rooms of 34 m2 (366 sq. feet); including a hall fully screened.
  • Beds with mosquito nets.
  • Private bathroom with hot running water supplied by solar energy
  • Private porch of 11.5 m2 (124 sq. feet) with chairs, table and hammocks
  • Twins rooms equipped with two double size beds (with extra large beds; of 2.15 m.)
  • Matrimonial rooms equipped with king size bed
  • Bathrobe, slippers, cold drinks and amenities
  • Safe deposit box
 
 
Superior rooms
  • Rooms of 24 m2 (258 sq feet) fully screened
  • Beds with mosquito nets.
  • Private bathroom with hot running water supplied by solar energy
  • Porch of 10 m2 (108 sq. feet) with chairs, table and hammocks
  • Twins rooms equipped with two double size beds (with extra large beds; of 2.15 m.)
  • Matrimonial rooms equipped with king size bed
  • Safe deposit box
 
Lodge services include
  • Dining room for 70 people, with bathrooms.
  • Bar for 70 people with board games and gift shop.
  • Small site museum and ecology library.
  • Slide show and conference room.
  • Observation platform for 8 people with pulley system.
 
For transport on rivers we have
  • Fiber glass speed boats with outboard motors for 3 to 18 passengers.
  • Wooden canoes with outboard motors for expeditions to macaw licks.
  • To explore the lakes we have; Small fiber glass catamarans and canoes
  • The fiberglass boats help protect the environment, they last 20 years saving 30-year-old trees.
 
Camping facilities: for our remote campsites.
  • We supply all the group camping equipment needed for you to enjoy safely and comfortably the great outdoors.
  • All group camping equipment with 4 person tents for every two passengers and mattress,
  • Kitchen, dining tent and toilet tent. First-aid kit.
 
Main attractions
  • Trail network; We maintain more than 25 kilometers of forest trails.
  • Condenado and Sachavacayoc lakes; Tours of 3 and 4 days
Ox-bow lakes are old remnant river courses, cut-off from the main river by the effects of erosion and the constant shifting of river channels. On the other side of the Tambopata River from the lodge are two ox-bow lake systems, Condenado and Sachavacayoc, which are frequently visited by us and which allow for a relaxing view of the forest and marshland from dugout canoes.
  • The macaw clay lick; tours of 4 and 5 days including one Jungle camp.
A macaw clay-lick in the first few hours after dawn must be seen to be believed. After the first few rays of the morning sun begin to hit the eroded river bank cliff face, hundreds of parrots and macaws belonging to ten or more species arrive and alight in nearby trees. They arrive in discrete pairs or in flocks hundreds strong, depending on the species. Then, with a flapping of wings and ear-splitting squawks, they begin landing on the face of the cliff to consume small portions of the clay.
  • The Chuncho clay lick is approximately 43 km. upriver, 3 hours from the lodge. The advantage of this place is the observation point, is less distance than other licks.
  • The Collpa Colorado clay lick, the largest known macaw clay-lick in the world, is located on the Tambopata River about 70 km upstream 6 hrs upstream from the lodge.

 

 





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