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Explorer’s Inn

Madre de Dios, Peru tel: 0051 – 82 - 573029 | sales@explorersinn.com | www.explorersinn.com

Peruvian Ecotourism in the Amazon

Explorer’s Inn is a fantastic place to dive into pristine forest to discover awe-inspiring experiences at the National Reserve of Tambopata right in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon Basin. Explorer’s Inn offer a special link between tourism and scientific research that is the thread for every excursion you do with them.

Explorer’s Inn is a Tourism Company that was established in 1975, and is also a pioneer in Peruvian ecotourism in the Amazon. It started its operations as a Jaguar Safari Company named “Peruvian Safaris”, but soon after its first owner an American – Peruvian Veterinarian Dr. Max Ghunter, realised that doing conservation was the right thing for this unique Neotropical Rainforest. This is why he developed a very important program under the name of “Naturalist Residents”, that brought to Explorer’s Inn several enthusiastic students and professional researchers eager to discover the wonders of the Peruvian Amazon in an untouched jungle by developing several projects in different subjects, for instance: Carbon emissions measurements, forest dynamics or river basin management, among several other that can be goggled as the famous “Tambopata Report”.

This Program further on would plant the seed for the now very important RAINFOR Organization that holds studies about the Amazonia, taking account of the modulating role of environmental variables like soil nutrition, and the need to help develop new generations of Amazon ecologists. The work of RAINFOR is currently supported by funding agencies in Brazil, Colombia, the UK, and the EU.

In this way Explorer’s Inn, can offer to its visitors a precious experience of understanding its forest.

Among its best attractions Explorer’s Inn can count on the Amazon Lakes such as the Cocococha Lake, the Small Lagoon, the Tres Chimbadas Lake or its very interesting Parrots, Parakeets and Macaws Clay Lick and as a special complement the 46 meters Canopy Tower that offers an impressive landscape view of the Amazon.

Explorer’s Inn, also has the biggest trail system, consisting of 24 kilometers to give every traveller the private experience of discovering the amazon off the beaten track.

Macaws in Tombopata Tour

Macaws in Tombopata Tour
 
This 3-day tour will allow to experience the best from the Amazon Wildlife such as From US$ 299 – View Itinerary

Ayahuasca Dead Rope Vine & Giant Otters

Ayahuasca Dead Rope Vine & Giant Otters
 
A 4-day tour to a fantastic Eco Lodge that shelters a great biodiversity inside the From US$ 647 –  View Itinerary

Giant Otters & Macaws Tour

Giant Otters & Macaws Tour
 
This 4-day tour offers the travellers an eco-experience inside the Tambopata Reserve From $US 512 –  View Itinerary

Tambotapa Birdwatching Tour

Tambotapa Birdwatching Tour
 
This 7-day tour will allow birders to see the best of nature in the wild at the Tambotapa From $US 1,219 – View Itinerary

Mystical Jungle Tour

Mystical Jungle Tour
 
A 7-day tour including lodging, meals, plants and the guidance of a specialist in master botanist. From US$ 800 –  View Itinerary

The Clay Lick Chuncho

The Clay Lick Chuncho
 
This 5-day tour is a once in a life time experience giving you the chance to witness the From $US 966 – View Itinerary
For more information about Ecotourism in the Amazon visit the Explorer’s Inn website.
Please note the Explorer’s Inn reserves the right to change listed pricing anytime at their discretion.  Please contact them directly to confirm.

Giant River Otter

Giant River Otter
 
A powerful and playful Otter that can reach 1.80 m high and weighs 80 kilos, have

Scarlett Macaw

Scarlett Macaw
 
A species of bird belonging to the family of psittacines. It is one of the nine

White Cayman

White Cayman
 
It is a reptile that lives in fresh water, and swamps in the northwest of South

Harpy Eagle

Coming Soon
 
The harpy eagle is a Neotropical species of eagle. It is the largest and most

Anaconda

Anaconda
 
Anacondas are found in tropical South America. Four species are currently

Capybara

Coming Soon
 
Capybara, is a semiaquatic mammal of Central and South America. It resembles

Sloth

Sloth
 
Arboreal mammals noted for slowness and for spending their lives hanging

Hoatzin

Hoatzin
 
The hoatzin , also known as the reptile bird or stinkbird, is a species of tropical bird

Red Howler Monkey

Red Howler Monkey
 
Males range from 49–72 cm and females from 46–57 cm long. The males

Jaguar

Jaguar
 
The jaguar is a wild cat species and the only extant member of

Other Wildlife

Ceiba – Kapok Trees, Iron Wood Trees, Strangle figs, Brazil Nut Trees, Walking Palms, Snake Trees – Capironas & Rose of Porcelain.

 

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