Strategically located just two hours from Puerto Maldonada, Posada Amazonas Lodge connects you to the natural and cultural wonders of the Tambopata jungle with opportunities to observe wildlife and to discover ancient indigenous heritage. Posada Amazonas is a 30-bedroom rainforest lodge perfect for your first taste of the Amazon’s natural wonders. Despite being relatively close to Puerto Maldonado, the Posada Amazonas offers ample opportunities to see wildlife such as squirrel monkeys, howler monkeys, parrots and macaws. The lodge is also home to a family of giant river otters. This is truly a great place to immerse yourself in all the Peruvian Amazon has to offer. Choose from a range of stays from 2 nights or more. Contact us for details.
The Rainforest Expeditions Experience
Rainforest Expeditions has three properties nestled in the Peruvian Amazon. The extensive list of expeditions offer immersion in nature and local culture exchange aimed at providing a comprehensive experience of the rainforest. By staying at one of these three properties, you can make a meaningful contribution to sustainable efforts in preserving and protecting pristine land, wildlife populations and locals. Guests benefit from knowledgeable guides who provide an in-depth understanding of life in the rainforest of Tambopata. Enjoy an open wall facing the rainforest and awake with the sounds of jungle. Properties include Refugio Amazonas, Posada Amazonas & Tambopata Research Centre
Canopy Tower - A 30-metre scaffolding canopy tower gives you spectacular views of the vast expanses of standing forest with a good chance of spotting toucans, parrots, macaws or mixed species canopy flocks.
Ñape Ethnobotanical Centre – Visit Centro Ñape, a traditional community clinic, where the shaman or his assistant will take you on a unique tour to explain the uses of various medicinal plants.
Lake - Paddle around Lake Tres Chimbadas on a catamaran, looking for the resident family of giant river otters, and wildlife such as hoatzin, caiman or horned screamers.
Farm Visit - Visit a working jungle farm to learn about local agriculture and life. You will taste exotic tropical fruits including the source of chocolate and little known relatives of the tomato.