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From $222
per night
(A minimum stay of two days is required)
From $276
per night
(A minimum stay of two days is required)
From $566
per night
(A minimum stay of two days is required)
From $310
per night
(A minimum stay of three nights is required)

Posada
Amazonas

Refugio
Amazonas

Amazon
Villa

Tambopata
Research Center

2 Hours
Travel Time from Pto. Maldonado
(Approximately)
3.5 Hours
Travel Time from Pto. Maldonado
(Approximately)
3.5 Hours
Travel Time from Pto. Maldonado
(Approximately)
7 Hours
Travel Time from Pto. Maldonado.
4 Hours from Refugio Amazonas
(Approximately)
12 Traditional Rooms
16 Comfort Rooms
2 Suite Rooms
14 Traditional Rooms
14 Comfort Rooms
4 Suite Rooms
Private Bungalow 18 Traditional Rooms
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Rooms
Large w/ Private Bathroom Large w/ Private Bathroom Large w/ Private Bathroom Small w/ Shared Bathrooms
Hot water
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Wifi
Common areas, Comfort & Suite Rooms Common areas, Comfort & Suite Rooms Yes Common areas
Guide-Guest ratio
1-10 1-10 Private Guide 1-6
Electricity
Three times a day in common areas and rooms Three times a day in common areas and rooms Yes, until 10 PM Three times a day in common areas.
Claylicks
Parrot Clay Lick Macaw Clay Lick Macaw Clay Lick Macaw Clay Lick
Oxbow lake
Yes Yes Yes Only for pax spending the two first nights at Refugio Amazonas on their way to TRC
Canopy tower
Yes Yes Yes Yes (at Refugio Amazonas)
Cultural activities
Ethnobotanical Tour – Farm Visit Ethnobotanical Tour – Farm Visit – Brazil Nut Trail Brazil Nut Trail Camp Brazil Nut Trail at Refugio Amazonas
Soft Adventure Activities
Advanced Reservations Required On site & advanced Reservations On site & advanced Reservations No
Location
Inside a 200 acre uninhabited private community reserve, adjacent to the Tambopata National Reserve Adjacent to Tambopata National Reserve Adjacent to Tambopata National Reserve Inside the Tambopata National Reserve
Sustainability
Lodge is co-managed with Native Community of Infierno Integration with neighboring Brazil nut concession Generate benefits for a local family Macaw research and conservation since 1989
Access to Wildlife
Good Good Good Very Good
Minimum Length of Stay
2 nights 2 nights 2 nights 3 nights (one of them at Refugio Amazonas)
Children Friendly
Yes Yes- Educational Childrens Trails Yes Yes

Activities

Macaw Clay Lick
Parrot Clay Lick
Parakeet Clay Lick
Ox Bow Lake Visit
Canopy Tower
Discover New Species
Mammal Clay Lick & Camera Trapping
Stand Up Paddle Boarding
$
Canopy Climbing
$
Kayaking
$
Nature Trail Hike
Palm Platform
Floodplain Trail
Creek Trail
Palm Swamp Trail
Sunset Cruise
Ethnobotanical Walk
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Jungle Farm Visit
Children Rainforest Trail
Jungle Night Walk

Animals

Blue and Yellow Macaw
13% 36% 36% 78%
Scarlet Macaw
36% 68% 68% 79%
Red and green Macaw
63% 54% 54% 77%
Giant River Otter
34% 3% 3% 4%
Capibara
36% 75% 75% 76%
Aguti
66% 76% 76% 76%
Red Howler Monkey
53% 31% 31% 77%
Brown Capuchin Monkey
47% 52% 52% 72%
Spider Monkey
3% 1% 1% 67%
White Caiman
38% 75% 75% 72%
White Lipped Pecary
12% 11% 11% 67%
Dusky Titi Monkey
70% 64% 64% 71%
Squirrel Monkey
52% 20% 20% 66%
Saddleback Tamarin
48% 60% 60% 63%
Night Monkey
21% 19% 19% 28%
Hoatzin
90% 53% 53% 0%
Harpy Eagle
5% 21% 21% 9%
Jaguar
1% 4% 4% 23%
Collared Peccary
2% 3% 3% 12%
Paca
2% 5% 5% 9%
Red Brocket Deer
8% 5% 5% 8%
Coatí
3% 0% 0% 6%
2 Toed Sloth
7% 2% 2% 5%
Kinkajou
3% 0% 0% 5%
Tapir
1% 2% 2% 2%
Southern Anteater
2% 1% 1% 2%
Crested Eagle
1% 1% 1% 2%
Anaconda
1% 0% 0% 2%
Giant Anteater
1% 1% 1% 2%
3 Toed Sloth
3% 2% 2% 1%
Armadillo
0% 1% 1% 1%
Puma
1% 1% 1% 1%
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