The Tambopata Research Center
Positioned in the middle of the wildlife-rich Tambopata National Reserve, near one of the largest macaw clay licks in the Amazon Rainforest, you will find the Tambopata Research Center.
On our Tambopata Research Center tours, you will explore deep in the Tambopata National Reserve. You will visit the nearby macaw clay lick and enjoy guided rainforest walks to find many different animals and plants. The lodge also houses researchers studying macaws and Amazon animals who will provide optional rainforest talks.
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The lodge offers 24 comfortable rooms and suites. These include your choice of Superior, Comfort, Suite, and the Deluxe Suite. All of the accommodation options are styled with authentic Ese-Eja décor, which has been crafted by artists from the Infierno community.
Each of the Tambopata Research Center lodge rooms and suites offer private ensuite bathrooms with hot water showers. The Deluxe Suite is the most luxurious and spacious accommodation, which offers a large outdoor deck with sofas and an outdoor tub. WiFi is also available.
Choose tours of 4-days and over to explore the species-rich Tambopata National Reserve. Enjoy guided tours with your skilled Amazon guide to find many different animals, such as howler monkeys, capuchins, squirrel monkeys, and colorful birds. You will also visit one of the largest macaw clay licks in the Amazon Rainforest. This is a great place to see hundreds of these colorful and intelligent parrots.
A highly recommended Amazon lodge, the Tambopata Research Center is also a research center for Amazon wildlife, specifically centered around macaw research and the clay licks. Enjoy talking with researchers to get a greater understanding of the work we’re doing and learn more about the macaws themselves.
The remote location of the Tambopata Research Center, presence of wildlife researchers, and the skilled naturalist guides means this is an excellent place to explore Amazon Rainforest nature and wildlife.
The rainforest around the lodge is an uninhabited part of the Tambopata National Reserve and is located next to the Bahajua-Sonene National Park. This means the animals and plants are at carrying capacity for the environment to give you an incredible experience of the Amazon Rainforest.