Region: Amazon Basin

Cock of the Rock Lodge

Set on the southernmost tip of Manu National park where on a clear day the magnificent lowland Amazon can be seen for miles

Posada Amazonas

Nestled in a patch of primary Amazonian rainforest in the world famous Tambopata National Reserve

Manu Biosphere Reserve

Established in 1973, Manu was so feted by the world’s scientists and conservation organisations that in 1987 it was gazetted as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. There are three vegetation zones within the reserve: lowland rainforest, mid-range cloud forest and the high Andean puna, all with their own distinctive plant and animal life. Regarding … Continued

Tambopata National Reserve

The 3.7 million-acre reserve, a diverse mix of rainforest, oxbow lakes, palm forests and savannah, contains a wealth of plants, insects and animals, and the world’s largest macaw clay lick.

Manu Wildlife Centre

Located in an area that has some of the highest diversity of microhabitats in the Manu area

Alto Purus National Park

East of Manu, the Las Piedras River winds its way through some of the most remote and pristine rainforest in the world. At its head, the 6.7 million acre Alto Purus National Park and Communal Reserve was set up to protect a huge area of forest, home to the nomadic Mashco-Piro tribe. Shunning strangers, little … Continued

Tambopata Research Centre

A rainforest lodge in the middle of the uninhabited portion of the Tambopata National Reserve

Manu Learning Centre

Educates overseas visitors and volunteers about the importance of the Amazon rainforest

Refugio Amazonas

Located in a 200-hectare private reserve surrounded by the community of Condenado

Manu Tented Camp

Located just across the Manu River from the largest and most beautiful of Manu’s lakes