Amazon Rainforest, Peru

witness a bustling world teeming with life

Canopy Tower​

Experience an entire view of Amazon Rainforest

The Canopy Tower in Tambo Blanquillo is a thrilling vantage point that offers a unique perspective on the captivating Amazon rainforest. Situated within the Tambo Blanquillo private conservation area, this towering structure provides visitors with an unparalleled opportunity to observe the rainforest’s diverse wildlife from above. As you ascend the tower’s sturdy steps, you gradually emerge above the dense foliage, granting you panoramic views of the vast expanse of green that stretches out in every direction.

From the Canopy Tower, you can witness a bustling world teeming with life. Colorful birds flit among the treetops, monkeys swing from branch to branch, and elusive creatures like sloths make their way through the canopy. With the help of our experienced guides, visitors can gain insights into the fascinating behaviors and adaptations of the rainforest’s inhabitants. Whether you’re an avid birdwatcher, a nature photographer, or simply a nature enthusiast, the Canopy Tower in Tambo Blanquillo offers an unforgettable experience that brings you closer to the wonders of the Amazon rainforest.

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    This program adds up one extra night to our best-selling Manu Express. Depart from either Cusco or Puerto Maldonado. Expedition specially recommended for families with kids over the age of 10, who are very keen on the natural world!

    Our short and sweet tour. Spend 4 days and 3 nights in the deep amazon jungle, visiting all of our world-famous attractions. A great way to compliment your travels to Cusco and the Sacred Valley.

    For hardcore naturalists and birdwatchers! Spend a couple of days travelling the altitudinal gradient of the famous Manu Road, and finish with 4 days of uninterrupted attractions at the Tambo Blanquillo Private Nature Reserve.

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