HOW TO GET THERE
Located 3 hours upstream from the interoceanic highway that connects the Amazonian region of Madre de Dios and Cuzco (capital of the Inca Empire.) Tambo Blanquillo Amazon Private Reserve is situated at the shores of the Madre de Dios river in the heart of Manu National Park’s buffer zone.
Thanks to the isolated nature of its terrain, the unpopulated territory, plus the vastness and density of these forests, this naturally protected area serves as a natural buffer to human footprint plus as an environmental barrier that helps preserve vegetation untouched and wildlife activity intact.
Since there are no roads that connect Tambo Blanquillo Amazon Private Reserve with civilization, arrival happens amid a direct flight to CUZ or PEM and a combination of land – river carriage.
THE TWO MAIN ACCESS ROUTES
Cuzco (CUZ)- Manu Road- Traverse through a 10-hour ride through the Andes, followed by five hours in a motorized canoe downstream through the Alto Madre de Dios River. Two of our most in depth established programs are built using this route.
Puerto Maldonado (PEM) – Madre de Dios – Depart from Puerto Maldonado in a 5-hour ride across the lower jungle roads, followed by a 3-hour motorized canoe ride up-stream. Two of our most popular established programs are built using this route.