006 Amazon Rainforest - Expedition Tambopata

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006 Amazon Rainforest - Expedition Tambopata

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Together with the adjacent Bahuaja-Sonene National Park in Peru and the Madidi National Park across the border in Bolivia, the Tambopata National Reserve forms the largest area of protected tropical forest in South America.The journey to this protected area provides a glimpse into the wildlife habitats of the forest and the extraordinary biodiversity of Tambopata National Reserve.

Exploring the forest lake system by canoe or along narrow trails is a lifechanging experience. Much of the area’s abundant fauna lives on or near these water sources. Aside from many of the more than 500 species of birds recorded in the Reserve, the lakes are home to giant otters and black caiman. Housing over 1400 individual plant species, these forests are also home to 13 species of monkeys, 1200 species of butterflies, 60 kinds of amphibians and more than 100 types of mammals. The solitary jaguar stands at the head of an infinitely complex food chain.

Minimum No. of Travelers: 1

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