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Amazonia Expeditions

Amazonia Expeditions has operated fine natural history and adventure trips in the western Amazon since 1981. We are the only licensed tour operator with access to Peru's Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve, famed for its diversity of wildlife. Our award winning jungle lodges on the Tahuayo River are open every day of the year. They are small lodges, keeping the rainforest experience personalized, intimate and manageable from ...

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About Amazonia Expeditions

Amazonia Expeditions has operated fine natural history and adventure trips in the western Amazon since 1981. We are the only licensed tour operator with access to Peru's Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve, famed for its diversity of wildlife. Our award winning jungle lodges on the Tahuayo River are open every day of the year. They are small lodges, keeping the rainforest experience personalized, intimate and manageable from an ecotour perspective. Sufficient English speaking men and women guides are available so that every guest can have an itinerary customized to their needs and interests. The most mega-diverse region in all of the Amazon may be the Area de Conservacion Regional Comunal de Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo (ACRCTT). Only Amazonia Expeditions has tourist facilities with access to this magnificent reserve. Peru's first state reserve, it covers an expanded area of precious, ecologically diverse western Amazon rainforest. The reserve's mammal diversity has been proven to be the greatest of any region in all of the Amazon. The number of primate species is the highest of any protected park or reserve in the world. The diversity of other species is also outstanding. Our bird list has 599 species, including several species that cannot be seen on other tours. Several new species of frogs and butterflies have recently been described and a new species of saki monkey is currently under investigation. In 2007 Amazonia Expeditions’ launched its new Tahuayo River Amazon Research Center (TRARC), a long-term conservation initiative undertaken in consultation with government offices in Iquitos (Loreto, Peru), Yale University’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, the Missouri Botanical Garden, and the Chicago Botanic Garden. Current research on primates is helping to safeguard Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo’s spectacular primate fauna: 16 species representing every South American primate family and spanning the continent’s range of body size.