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 we are also a pioneer in Peruvian ecotourism in the Amazon. We started our operations as a Jaguar Safari Company named “Peruvian Safaris”, but soon after, our 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 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 others that can be goggled as the famous “Tambopata Report”.
The 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 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.
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