• Cabin at Los Amigos Biological Station and Conservation Hub. Amazon Journeys bird tourism operated by Amazon Conservation .
  • Lodge of Los Amigos Biological Station and Conservation Hub. Amazon Journeys bird tourism operated by Amazon Conservation .
  • Room in Los Amigos Biological Station and Conservation Hub. Amazon Journeys bird tourism operated by Amazon Conservation .
  • Outside area at Los Amigos Biological Station and Conservation Hub. Amazon Journeys bird tourism operated by Amazon Conservation .
  • View from trail of river at Los Amigos Biological Station and Conservation Hub for Amazon Journeys bird tourism operated by Amazon Conservation .
  • Macaw at Los Amigos Biological Station and Conservation Hub. Amazon Journeys bird tourism operated by Amazon Conservation .
  • Boat at Los Amigos Biological Station and Conservation Hub. Amazon Journeys bird tourism operated by Amazon Conservation .
  • Tower at Los Amigos Biological Station and Conservation Hub. Amazon Journeys bird tourism operated by Amazon Conservation .
  • View from trail of river at Los Amigos Biological Station and Conservation Hub for Amazon Journeys bird tourism operated by Amazon Conservation .

Highlights of a stay at Los Amigos

  • Over 550 birds listed
  • Private baths, NEW hot-water showers
  • Internet (limited connectivity)
  • Friendly staff
  • Local, fresh Peruvian cooking
  • Oxbow lakes, 200-foot observation tower

Sounds of Los Amigos

Musician Wren

Pavonine Quetzal

What Traveler’s Say

My backyard in the Peruvian Amazon held more than 500 species in an area the size of Central Park, and I could not extinguish the blazing thoughts of the species I would encounter that day.
Sean Williams, Logged 282 Species for 2015 Global Big Day

We were not disappointed! Without even trying to run up a list we enjoyed ~300 species of birds (plus another ~30 heard-only-or-not-seen-well-enough-to-count species), and 20 mammals (of which ten were primates)! Among those many species were some significant regional specialties, rarities and spectacular creatures.

Francis Toldi , U.S.