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Peru's Rainforest Expeditions Upgrades Guest Comfort Adds New Wildlife Spotting Activities in Amazon
Rainforest Expeditions explores the Tambopata–Candamo Reserved Zone, 1.5 million hectares of pristine, still-wild tropical rainforest encompassing an area of land the size of Connecticut stretching from the Andean highlands to the Amazon lowlands.
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All Superior rooms are single, double or twin, as requested, and come with a signature windowless verandah. They are built of such local materials as wood, bamboo, adobe mud and palm trees. The rooms are appointed with a bed with a mosquito net, a spacious private bathroom with on demand hot water, a hammock and bedside table. Electric lighting is available evenings when electronic devices can be charged. Free internet is available in all guest rooms. The décor of the Superior rooms at both lodges is based on Yanchama, a natural bark that is harvested by artisans from the indigenous Ese’eja Community of Infierno. Each visitor has access to a personal safe-deposit box, an umbrella for rain and a special set of eco-friendly amenities.
An upgrade at all Rainforest Expeditions accommodations is a low-consumption, on-demand, propane-heated hot water system installed in all guest accommodations.
New Amazon Villa
An Amazon Villa scheduled to open this winter is a 15-minute boat ride up the Tambopata River from the Refugio Amazonas Lodge, then another 10 minutes by trail. This 180-square-meter bungalow in the middle of the nowhere wraps guests in views of the surrounding forest. There are no neighbors and contact with the non-Amazonian world is optional. The secluded accommodation has a king bed with optional additional double bed, a large closet, two hammocks, luxury towels and sheets, hypoallergenic pillows, a fully equipped private dining lounge, spacious bathroom with hot water and bathtub, 24-hour electricity, a ceiling fan, free Internet and cable TV upon request. Guests have access to a personal safe, an umbrella for the rain, a special set of eco-friendly amenities, a rechargeable flashlight and a courtesy bottle of white wine. Services include private dining, a private guide, telescope and binoculars.
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New Transfer Boats and Shorter TRC Package
New motorized canoes with high tech 75 hp, 4 stroke engines can now make trip downstream from the most distant lodge, Tambopata Research Center (http://www.perunature.com/
Rainforest Expeditions is a Peruvian company that through conservation and ecotourism is helping to protect some of the last untouched lowland and premontane tropical humid forests in the Amazon.
Since 1989, guests of first one and now three Rainforest Expedition eco-lodges have added value to the region’s standing tropical rainforest. A sensitively conceived and managed (in some cases by native communities)
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