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Tambopata Reserve

See all the macaws & monkeys

Guacamayos escarlata

One of the most biodiverse areas in a very biodiverse country, the Tambopata Reserve contains some 1200 species of butterfly, 169 species of mammals, 648 species of birds and hundreds of species of trees and plants. It’s most famous for being home to every species of macaw.

Reserve sectors

The reserve has been divided into three sectors: Sandoval, Medio Tambopata and Alto Tambopata.

In Sandoval most visitors go for the beautiful Lago Sandoval, which attracts a lot of wildlife and is a great spot for birdwatching. Read more about Sandoval here.

Medio Tambopata has three main lakes for wildlife watching: Cocococha, Sachavacayoc, and Condenado.

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Manu & Madre de Dios

Wildlife & Birding

Peru’s Wildlife In-A-Week

Meet the Amazon

Text © Heather Jasper

Images by Heather Jasper, Ricardo Sánchez