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Welcome to the Explorers Inn
Peru - Tambopata
Welcome to the Explorers Inn,
one of Perus oldest and most historic rainforest lodges and a spectacular base from which to discover the natural wonders of the upper Amazon a place where sustainable ecotourism, biological research and biodiversity conservation work hand-in-hand.

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The Inn is located within the 274,690-hectare Tambopata National Reserve, one of the worlds most species-richbiodiverse natural protected areas and the meeting point of three distinct biomes: lowland tropical rainforest, cloudforest and humid tropical savannah and extensive palm swamps. The scene of numerous biodiversity world records —including the sighting of 620 bird species around the Inn — the reserve provides unrivalled opportunities to observe Amazonian wildlife up close and personal.

Whether you are an experienced research scientist or simply want to experience tropical rainforest for the first time, the Explorers Inn is the place for you. Visit us and wake to the roars of howler monkeys and the numerous melodies of the resident caciques that nest in the palms beside the bungalows. Spend the day walking jungle trails and paddling across oxbow lakes as tiny saddleback tamarin monkeys leap through the forest canopy, and precocious giant river otters fish for their breakfastand black caimans bask by the banks. Relax and watch the sun set over the swirling waters of the Tambopata River as brightly-colored macaws and oropendolas fly overhead on route to their roosting sites.

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Welcome to the Explorers Inn,
one of Perus oldest and most historic rainforest lodges and a spectacular base from which to discover the natural wonders of the upper Amazon a place where sustainable ecotourism, biological research and biodiversity conservation work hand-in-hande

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The Inn is located within the 274,690-hectare Tambopata National Reserve, one of the worlds most species-richbiodiverse natural protected areas and the meeting point of three distinct biomes: lowland tropical rainforest, cloudforest and humid tropical savannah and extensive palm swamps. The scene of numerous biodiversity world records —including the sighting of 620 bird species around the Inn — the reserve provides unrivalled opportunities to observe Amazonian wildlife up close and personal.

Whether you are an experienced research scientist or simply want to experience tropical rainforest for the first time, the Explorers Inn is the place for you. Visit us and wake to the roars of howler monkeys and the numerous melodies of the resident caciques that nest in the palms beside the bungalows. Spend the day walking jungle trails and paddling across oxbow lakes as tiny saddleback tamarin monkeys leap through the forest canopy, and precocious giant river otters fish for their breakfastand black caimans bask by the banks. Relax and watch the sun set over the swirling waters of the Tambopata River as brightly-colored macaws and oropendolas fly overhead on route to their roosting sites.

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The Inn is located within the 274,690-hectare Tambopata National Reserve, one of the worlds most species-richbiodiverse natural protected areas and the meeting point of three distinct biomes: lowland tropical rainforest, cloudforest and humid tropical savannah and extensive palm swamps. The scene of numerous biodiversity world records —including the sighting of 620 bird species around the Inn — the reserve provides unrivalled opportunities to observe Amazonian wildlife up close and personal.

Whether you are an experienced research scientist or simply want to experience tropical rainforest for the first time, the Explorers Inn is the place for you. Visit us and wake to the roars of howler monkeys and the numerous melodies of the resident caciques that nest in the palms beside the bungalows. Spend the day walking jungle trails and paddling across oxbow lakes as tiny saddleback tamarin monkeys leap through the forest canopy, and precocious giant river otters fish for their breakfastand black caimans bask by the banks. Relax and watch the sun set over the swirling waters of the Tambopata River as brightly-colored macaws and oropendolas fly overhead on route to their roosting sites.



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