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CASA AMAZONAS

 

An unexpected luxury comfort for just 25 guests in a truly unique location: a mega-biodiverse private forest reserve located in Tambopata Peru

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Km 12 Corredor Tambopata
Tambopata, Madre De Dios, Peru 

EXPERIENCE

Wellness and Conservation
Amazon

One of the most remote and biodiverse regions of the world

  Sustainable tourism in the Tambopata rainforest

COEXIST &

PROTECT

#SavetheAmazon

when you arrive at CASA AMAZONAS, you will be entering far more than just a boutique hotel in an exquisite location: you will be accessing a mega-biodiverse private rainforest reserve in Tambopata Peru.

As a holistic centre, we promote a deep experience of contact with the Amazon. Come on a journey of connection with nature, relaxation, well-being and discovery of the Amazonian culture.

An Encounter with wildlife

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Tambopata 

In the farthest western reaches of the Amazon, lies Peru’s Madre de Dios, or MOTHER OF GOD region.

The Tambopata National Reserve has an area of 274,690 hectares and is located in the department of Madre de Dios, province of Tambopata. It is undoubtedly one of the best places to discover the Amazon, with one of the highest indices of biological diversity in the world. (632 species of birds, 169 of mammals, 1,200 butterflies). On the south side, it is surrounded by the Bahuaja Sonene National Park, and makes up a very important conservation area in Peru.

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Amazon Rainforest

There is so much magic and nature to explore during your time in CASA AMAZONAS. Here's a list of the activities that you can do during your stay with us :

Trekking

Kayak

Biking

Visit Rivers,Lakes & Waterfalls

Wildlife Excursion to theSandoval Lake

Visit the Amazon Shelter
Canopy & ZiplineAdventures

Parrot clay lick

Macaw clay lick

Piranha fishing

Search for caimans and capybaras

Tree Climbing