Did you know you can help us

Save endangered animals

Stop logging of ancient trees

And provide clean, sustainable income to the locals

All while having the jungle adventure of a lifetime?

What's the cost to HOLD A SLOTH?  Click photo to find out

What's the cost to HOLD A SLOTH?  Click photo to find out

The Tapiche Reserve is the only conservation project in Iquitos, Peru funded entirely by eco-tourism. When you sign up to go to the Amazon jungle with us, you're not just going to experience one of the oldest, purest, most pristine primary rain forests on earth. It's not just about witnessing wild animals of the air, land and water in their natural habitats, undisturbed, like you've probably never seen before. Those things are a given. But you should also know that when you visit, you are directly helping us protect this precious place.

We can't do it without you.

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Sunset on the Tapiche River

Sunset on the Tapiche River

The Lodge at Tapiche Reserve

The Lodge at Tapiche Reserve

Red uakari at Tapiche Reserve

Red uakari at Tapiche Reserve

Sample Itinerary

Every day is packed with activities to make sure you get the most out of your time in the jungle.

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Accessible only by waterway, our 6000 hectare property is located 404km upriver from Iquitos, Peru.



The Tapiche Reserve encompasses a variety of terrains, which means you get to see more of the Amazon, all in one place.

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We take "birds-eye view" to a whole new level with our Canopy Observation Tower. As part of The Açaí Project, an initiative by the Tapiche Reserve to provide eco-friendly income to local people, we hired teams from a neighboring village to construct a 32m/105ft high access point into the rain forest canopy. Visit us to discover life at the top!  

Our work cultivating açaí saplings for sustainable harvest continues. Learn more about the project here.