Animals that are endangered or vulnerable
Mammals that hang out in trees
Mammals that walk the land
Animals that are active at night
Guided night-time nature walks are great for trying to spot nocturnal animals as well as appreciating the loud chorus created by the wildlife that embraces the dark.
Nearly one-third the size of Costa Rica, Tambopata has more species of birds (595) and butterflies (more than 1,200) than any place of similar size on earth.
There's a butterfly farm in Tambopata Reserve that you can visit – it's home to hundreds of Amazonian butterflies and a real first in the country!
Around 75% of visitors to Tambopata spot an agouti during their stay, as these little creatures of no more than 3 kg aren't shy!
Animals that have wings (aka birds)