Explorer’s Inn is an eco-tourism company established in 1975, located in the heart of Peru’s National Reserve of Tambopata. An award-winning eco-lodge and research station, Explorer’s Inn was one of the first lodges in Peru to offer visitors the chance to experience the rainforest first-hand and it continues to offer outstanding opportunities to see Amazonian wildlife. It has pioneered eco-tourism programs such as the ‘Resident Naturalist’, which enables visitors and researchers from all over the world to assist in field work and conservation projects which benefit our knowledge of the rainforest, improve our relationship with the communities that surround us and help us to promote the enormous value of the Amazon rainforest.
Safaris and Tours
Giant Otters & Macaws
This is an amazing experience, staying in one of Peru?s oldest and most historic rainforest lodges, a spectacular base from which to discover the natural wonders of the Upper Amazon including caimans, giant otters and wonderful birdlife.
Tour Type:Small Group
Safari Standard:Mid Range
Start/end:Start/end in Lima or Cusco, then on to Puerto Maldonado Airport
3 Days from$250 p/p in USD
Departures: Year Round
Explorer’s Inn Ecolodge
A Peruvian company, Explorer’s Inn is based in the heart of the National Reserve of Tambopata in the Peruvian Amazon neotropical forest. Our private property and eco-tourism concession is over 1,200 hectares, home to more than 620 different species of birds, the most extense trail system in the Amazon (24 km) and many natural attractions including three lakes; Cocococha Lake, Katicocha Lake and Small Lagoon. The lakes host the wonderful giant otters, several species of monkey such as red howlers, squirrels and the intelligent capuchins as well as amazing bird species like the agami heron, anhinga or snake birds, beautiful herons like the cocoi heron and kingfishers. Another great attraction is our parrots, parakeets and macaws clay lick, which can be visited early in the mornings. All this and more can be enjoyed by our visitors in the pristine Amazonian rainforest.