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Tahuayo Lodge
As mentioned in the article on Amazon camera traps, large animals in the Amazon are definitely hard to spot in the rainforest as they often hear you before you approach, are usually night active, and are spread throughout the jungle constantly changing their position. But one way to get around these problems is to place […]
Heath Cameras
Large animals in the Amazon Rainforest have been notoriously hard to document and study, especially for records of abundance. Instead of observation, many researchers and naturalists have resorted to questioning local inhabitants about animal sightings. One of the hardest animals of the Amazon Rainforest to monitor are the much loved but near threatened Jaguars. However, […]
Tucano Kayaks
The Tucano Cruise has undergone some changes this year and we would like to summarise the main improvements to the already fantastic tour of the Amazon Rainforest from Manaus, Brazil. On this 8 or 5 day expedition cruise, you can now enjoy the addition of kayaks, which the operator is very excited about (partly due […]
Tahuayo Lodge
Fred Lepiere has taken some excellent photographs of the staff, buildings and lodge facilities at the Tahuayo Lodge, Iquitos, Peru. The Tahuayo Lodge (Main Lodge) The Tahuayo Lodge was established on December 1995 near the lower Tahuayo River. Following many camping trips in the region where tourists, scientists and naturalists alike were overwhelmed by incredible […]
Tahuayo Frog
Fred LePiere has recently returned from the Tahuayo Lodge, Iquitos, Peru, and has taken some excellent photographs of the staff and Tahuayo Lodge facilities. Because of this, we thought we would make a Tahuayo Lodge Guide Profile page to show you the talented men and women who will escort you on your Amazon Rainforest adventure […]
Amazon River - Manaus, Brazil
The largest city in Amazonia, Manaus once stood as a prosperous rubber boom city where symbols of prosperity like the Teatro Amazonas were built from the finest materials the world could provide. This included Italian marble floors to windows of French stained glass. With the collapse of the rubber boom, Amazon Rainforest cities slowly made […]
Wildlife - Manu National Park
Founded after the collapse of the rubber boom that endangered a lot of wildlife in the area, Manu was declared a national reserve in 1968 and upgraded to a national park in 1973. The Manu National Park protects over 1.5 million hectares of habitat in the Amazon basin making it Peru’s largest national park. This […]
Tambopata National Reserve - Peru
Founded in the early 1900s, the Tambopata National Reserve and adjoining Bahuaja-Sonene National Park contain an area of protected Amazon Rainforest about two-thirds the size of Costa Rica. On its own, the Tambopata National Reserve covers 274,690 hectares in the lowland rainforest and has a northern border defined by the Tambopata and Madre de Dios […]
Aracari Toucan in the Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Reserve
The Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Reserve is located about 150 km from Iquitos in Loreto, northern Peru, and was established in 1991 due to the area’s well known diverse wildlife as well as local initiatives. One of the major reasons was to protect the habitat of the red uakaris, which are unusual looking monkeys with orange fur […]

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