Wasai Tambopata Lodge

National Reserve Tambopata, Tambopata National Reserve, PM, Peru | Resort
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsWasai Tambopata Lodge Tambopata National Reserve

    Reviewed by glennieboy8120

    Tambopata Lodge

    Reviewed Oct 2, 2012
    by (1 review) New York City , United States Flag of United States

    A great place - comfortable - quiet and relaxing. Staff and cooks were great and so was the food. And even though there was electricity for only about 4 hours each evening - the been was still cold - lol. Would definitely recommend it,

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Wasai Tambopata Lodge Tambopata National Reserve

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Tambopata National Reserve

    Refugios to Tambopato

    A travel blog entry by lisawright18 on May 06, 2014

    ... 5pm and it was raining SO hard the 15 minute walk from the boat to the lodge was in such a heavy Amazon Jungle rain that it made it a real adventure. The services at TRC are even more limited but it is a really beautiful Lodge and it has been very peaceful and always interesting. Our wake up call for Wednesday was 4:30. We headed for the boats at 5 am ...

    Macaw Overload

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Apr 22, 2014

    3 comments, 137 photos

    ... unexplainable passion for butterflies- kind of like many Toronto Maple Leaf fans). Unfortunately his passion was somewhat contagious and, as a result, I now have far too many photos of butterflies to go with my hundreds of macaw pic’s.

    The salt lick wasn’t quite what you see in the tourism brochures- I suspect that those photos were taken before the salt lick became overgrown, and probably by one of those BBC guys in a blind ten feet ...

    Amazon Rainforest

    A travel blog entry by julieblyth on Apr 15, 2014

    4 photos

    ... made our way across the small lake to view some very large trees. Ants were ever present and needed to be careful not to let them up your trousers. They bite a bit and aren't as much fun as a ferret up your trousers apparently! The trees were very large indeed. The forest canopy is very high and dense but under this canopy the forest floor was surprisingly open. Not what I expected as most movies depict a lot of machete slashing discoverers fighting their way through ...

    In the jungle, the mighty jungle....

    A travel blog entry by sarahrtw on Dec 29, 2013

    ... guides can't guarantee to see specific wildlife.

    After that long first day, we enjoyed our communal dinner, and then went to bed by 9pm, as this was when the power was turned off!

    Day 2 started with with an early wake up at 5am, from here, we took the boat down the river to enter the actual Tambopata Reserve, and get more stamps in my passport! We walked for about an hour, through thick mud and deep puddles. Luckily we didn't have to ...

    Climbing the Canopy Tower

    A travel blog entry by piershinton on Aug 17, 2013

    6 photos

    ... fire cord over the trees to then hoist up climbing rope. We attached the main catapult head to a piece of metal before securing that to a thick piece of wood. Then we went to try it out. First we fired a GoPro camera into the air to test it and that went well, so then we took it down to the river. We collected some stones and then went to the top of the river cliff to see how far we could get them across ...