Tour Peru's Southern Amazon Rainforest
Explore the World's Oldest Living Ecosystem.
Amazon Jungle Peru
Peru’s southern Amazon region includes the Tambopata National Park and Manu National Park, the world’s oldest living ecosystem and arguably the single best wildlife destination in the entire Amazon Basin. Home to an enormous array of mammals, birds and plants, this tranquil wilderness gives you the opportunity to see many rare and beautiful endemic species up close in their natural habitats. We have handpicked the best lodges to stay in this region, with top bilingual naturalist guides that will show this wonderful area.
They will help you observe animals such as the Tapir and its’ family on the banks of the Rio del Madre, share with you the conspicuous “Cock of the Rock” and introduce you to indigenous communities that have yet to succumb to the technologies and ways of the modern world.
See our selection of Amazon Rainforest Tours
Situated on the meandering Madre del Dios River in southern Peru, The Reserva Amazonica is a luxurious retreat deep in the Peruvian Amazon...
Located between the Tambopata National Park and the shores of the vast Madre de Dios River, this new lodge feels wonderfully remote...
The Tambopata Research Centre is one of the most remote rainforest lodges in South America that allows the adventurous to explore this pristine protected...