The Tambopata River is a river in southeastern Peru and northwestern Bolivia. Most of the river lies in the Madre de Dios and Puno regions in Peru, but the upper parts of the river forms the border between Peru and Bolivia, and its origin is in La Paz department in Bolivia.
The Tambopata River is a tributary of the Madre de Dios River and merges into this river at the city of Puerto Maldonado. The river flows through the Tambopata National Reserve.
- This environment provides the habitat for a diverse range of plant and animal species; including 8 types of macaw, 13 types of monkey, 530 species of birds, plus ocelot, jaguar, capybara, tapir, caiman, giant river otters, and much more.
- Raft on the Tambopata & Tavara River for 4 days; camping out at night. The journey includes stops at a macaw & mammal clay lick; allowing you to see these magnificent animals at dawn.
4 – 9 Days: Raft on the Tambopata & Tavara Rivers for 6 days; camping out at night along the banks of the river.