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Tambopata Research Center

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The Tambopata Research Center (TRC) is a comfortable 24 bedroom lodge. Because of its remote location in uninhabited wilderness, housing stable populations of endangered wildlife, the small scale of its infrastructure and operations and the presence of researchers and naturalist guides, Tambopata Research Center is an excellent headquarters for in depth explorations of Amazonian nature and wildlife. It is the only one located in a half hectare clearing in the middle of the uninhabited portion of the Tambopata National Reserve, less than a kilometer from the world's largest and most diverse macaw claylick.
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Collpa Colorado, Tambopata National Reserve 084 Peru
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Puerto Maldonado Airport46 mi
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We visited this research center hoping to get away from everything and enjoy the jungle and indeed, we did! We were there several years ago before they had any hot water so I was a bit apprehensive about subjecting myself to this type of experience (being "older"). However, it
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I knew we were in good hands within minutes of leaving their headquarters as they handed us a basket of amazing snacks, kindly and professionally introduced their team to us, and assured us that our bags were in the care of their porters! And their care and attention just got
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Response from Kurt H, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Tambopata Research Center
Responded Jun 28, 2018
Dear Guest, Thank you for your lovely review about your Tambopata Research Center experience! We are happy to read you had a great time, learning from your knowledgeable guide and enjoying the rainforest of Tambopata at its best! Will make sure to pass on your comments to our team! We would love to have you back for more, anytime :) Best wishes, The Rainforest Expeditions Team
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My visit took place in September of 2017 but as I think my experience is still valid and may be helpful I decided to publish it. I booked a 4-day-stay at the Tambopata lodge. As the trip to the lodge takes a few hours, you have to spend the first night at the Refugio Amazonas.
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We came to Tambopata Research Centre with Rainforest Expeditions and had such an unforgettable time! Four nights is not nearly enough, spend as long here as you can! We saw many amazing animals and went on incredible hikes. Our guide Lucho is the best! He went above and beyond
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Response from Gabriela O, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Tambopata Research Center
Responded 3 weeks ago
Dear Guest, So happy to read you had an unforgettable time at TRC! Thank you for sharing details about your experience in the rainforest with your guide Lucho and Bryan within the lodge. Best wishes, The Rainforest Expeditions Team
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3 nights stay and what an amazing experience. We were fortunately to see a jaguar sleeping on the river bank and lots, lots more. The TRC has a lot of resident scientists focussed on research so also got to learn about their work. Rooms are open on one side so expect some
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Response from Gabriela O, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Tambopata Research Center
Responded Dec 27, 2018
Dear Judith, Thank you for sharing about your experience. We are so happy to read you had an amazing time at TRC, enjoyed the Macaw Project, the wildlife (jaguar included) and our facilities. Best wishes, The Rainforest Expeditions Team
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June / July is dry season (summer time in the Amazon jungle) usually you can get between 35ºC to 40ºC, and as the rooms are open are very fresh. Note we have some cold front from the south arriving during dry season, and we are not able to prevent when they arrive. During this cold fronts, weather can fall till 18ºC to 20ºC
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Why not go to the TRC it is fantastic! Oh and the staff will do everything they can to make your stay great. Your six year old would enjoy it too. The jungle offers a more diverse range of species and we watched a titi monkey from the dinning room as it took on a macaw it deemed to be in its tree; ahaha! So awesome. There are some hand raised Macaw's that hang around the TRC and the morning adventures to the clay lick is very exciting. The Chuncho clay lick on the way to the TRC was stunning and if nature plays ball with you you could strike it right and be very satisfied. One thing is for sure if you go with an open mind nature will delight you. We also enjoyed Refugio Amazona's and the staff have the same high standards. We saw wondrous things there too; including cheeky capuchins and wondrously strange bugs. Sleeping with one side of your bedroom open to the jungle is an experience in its self and a real privilege. Enjoy your trip.
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Hi Elizabeth, thanks for your question. Yes it is possible to pay at the bar and gift shop with Visa or cash, no worries at all and enjoy it.
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"All the rooms provide access to the outside. A wonderful treat."
"Comfort or Suite Rooms on the elevated walkway away from the main lodge"
"All Rooms are good. The facility is completely open to the jungle although the beds have insect netting."
"Newer rooms are nicer but a long walk from the lobby."
"Deluxe suites worth the splurge."
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PRICE RANGE
$613 - $1,069 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOCATION
PeruMadre de Dios RegionTambopata National Reserve
NUMBER OF ROOMS
24
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