The Tambopata National Reserve is located in the department of Madre de Dios, province of Tambopata is a protected natural area of Peru and has an extension of 274,690, this sanctuary is privileged to have the greatest biodiversity in the world. The purpose of this national reserve is to protect important species considered endangered and offers its visitors a beautiful natural spectacle to observe the diversity of flora and fauna.
In the Tambopata National Reserve, more than 632 species of birds, 1,200 butterflies, 103 amphibians, 180 fish, 169 mammals and 103 reptiles have been reported. Inside there are healthy habitats for the recovery and refuge of threatened populations of species such as the river wolf, otter and felines such as yaguarundi, puma, jaguar, ocelot or tigrillo and margay.
The Tambopata National Reserve is an important destination within the National System of Natural Areas Protected by the Peruvian State, thanks to its great biodiversity is very visited because it allows us to live with nature and thus become aware of how important it is to preserve the flora and Fauna in this area.
Within this reserve a very visited site is the Sandoval Lake which is a beautiful mirror of water of 127 ha, where there are abundant populations of macaws in the vegetation that surrounds the lake, besides allowing the sighting of herons, kingfisher, caimans and Otters
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