Explore the Peruvian Amazon in person!
Our conservation hubs in Peru are home to ecolodges where conservation-minded tourists can visit the Amazon to explore and discover the outstanding biological and cultural diversity of this magical forest.
Strategically located to give you the access to the best that the Amazon has to offer
Our three ecolodges are strategically located in one of the richest biodiversity gradients in the world, right between the regions of Cusco and Madre de Dios in southeast Peru. Spanning an altitudinal gradient from 760 to 9,900 feet (230 to 3,000 meters), they are located near major tourist attractions like Machu Picchu, Manu National Park, Choquequirao, and one of the most famed birding roads in the world – Manu Road.
Introducing Our Ecolodges
Our picturesque ecolodges are cozy and comfortable, and offer a wide variety of activities and trails to help you take full advantage of the diverse habitats you’ll be exploring. They also enable you to see research, conservation, and sustainable development projects in action, all while enjoying the beauty of the Amazon.
Wayqecha Cloud Forest Lodge
Wayqecha is one of the world’s best sites to explore the lush cloud forest ecosystem that supports thriving populations of birds, amphibians, and mammals.
4 Hours from Cusco City, near the south entrance of Manu National Park in the region of Paucartambo, Peru.
6,500 to 9,875 ft. above sea level
Canopy walkway, cloud forest, incredible views of the Andes, orchid trail
Villa Carmen Lodge
Nestled in the Andean foothills, perched between the mountains and the lowlands, Villa Carmen boasts over 25 miles of trails spanning a wide variety of habitats, including lowland rainforests, lower montane forests, bamboo patches, streams, rivers, and waterfalls. The lodge neighbors several indigenous Wachiperi and Machiguenga communities, including some that offer visiting opportunities.
7 Hours from Cusco City, southeast border of Manu National Park in the region of Kosñipata, Peru
1,700 to 3,940 ft. above sea level
Sustainable agriculture, on-site fish farm, opportunity to visit indigenous communities
Los Amigos Lodge
Los Amigos is part of a watershed that includes millions of acres of protected wilderness, including palm swamps, bamboo thickets, oxbow lakes, and various types of flooded and non-flooded forests. Wildlife is abundant, including 12 globally threatened species, 11 primate species, and over 550 bird species.
1 hour drive and 4 hour boat ride from the city of Puerto Maldonado in the region of Madre de Dios, Peru, situated where the Los Amigos and Madre de Dios Rivers converge.
760 to 890 ft. above sea level
Unmatched wildlife, oxbox lake, lagoon, boat accessibility