The most remote of all the Peruvian Amazon lodges is ideal for those seeking to immerse themselves with like-minded explorers looking for an unrivalled wildlife experience. The lodge is famous for its close proximity to the world’s largest clay lick that feeds hundreds of scarlet macaws.
The facilities are adequate, yet luxury is not what this lodge is about. There are 18 bedrooms, all comfortable and a perk too is the lack of mosquitoes around the lodge resulting in the ability for the lodge to have nice big, airey windows. Bathrooms are shared which isn't for everyone but Tambopata makes up for this with it's unbelievable location.
Being immersed in this remote location you are likely to spot many rare and beautiful animals and if you are lucky you may spot a jaguar, so we think that it is worth the lack of luxury for a raw and fully wild experience.
The food is substance over gourmet. Think fresh fruits, fish, vegetables and strong coffee. Meals are served to all the guest buffet style. A trip to this lodge feels like a cross between a holiday and an expedition to a remote location. The resident scientists give evenings talks about their fascinating research to anyone that wants to listen.
For real avid nature lover's lookinG for 4 or 5 days in one of the continents more remote and biodiverse regions then this in the best option. It is simple, but the experience is unforgettable.