Tambopata Research Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTambopata Research Center Tambopata National Reserve
Very similiar to the Refugio but on a smaller scale. Not crazy about the shared bathrooms. Meals are good but don't be late. (No extras)
We got single beds last night but changed into a new room with a double bed for the following three nights. Great place considering you're in the middle of the jungle and if you don't mind sleeping in dorm like facilities.
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So we had our luxurious sleep in until 6.30 it was lovely and we woke up to macaws in our room! just wandering along the balustrade squarking at us. They seemed quite happy just having a good nosey while we got reaady for the first hike of the day.
As we were finishing breakfast with Dave and Sandra, Marlena came rushing over, during our …
Two early morning at the Colorado clay lick, both great in their own way. The first morning heaps of birds, lots of smaller macaws and smaller parrots. The macaws were there too flying around but only a few feeding on the clay. The second day it was foggy so the birds where a bit late, but there was a huge pack of Peccaries which are wild pigs, all …
We flew in to Puerto Maldonado at about 1pm on a hot hot hot and humid afternoon. We could see the river as we flew over and the jungle for as far you you could see. Just like the photos you've always seen of the Amazon with the river snaking back and forth through the jungle.
Peurto Maldonado is only a fairly small town and the company whisked …
So we started the day when we were woken up at 4 o'clock by the loudest clap of thunder I have ever heard, it was a massive storm which is fine except we were in a cabin with only 3 walls so it was very loud. Once we realised it was a storm and not the end of the world however it was quite exciting. The storm passed but the rain continued as we met …
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