My family of 4 had 2 great nights at this impressive lodge. It is 45 minutes by car and 1 and 1/2 hours by boat up the Tambopata River, and therefore has so much more to see than if you stayed closer to Puerto Maldonado. The lodge is really lovely. The main buildings have power from 6- 10 pm every night. Actually, our bungalows were being wired for solar power, but we preferred the candlelight. The best part of the trip was Luiz our guide. We saw and learned so much...monkeys, caiman, bats, tarantulas, piranha in an oxbow lake, huge strangler figs and kapok trees...too much to list. We only regret that we did not stay for the 3 night program to camp at the clay lick. I am not a camper, but there is no way this lodge would have you rough it!
- Also Known As:
- Tambopata Eco Hotel Tambopata National Reserve
- Tambopata Ecolodge Peru/Tambopata National Reserve