Nature is abundant in the department of Madre de Dios: every corner of the region is inhabited by thousands of animal species, many of them endemic to the region. Their territory includes a national reserve and three national parks, where there is a wide variety of amphibians and micro fauna.
The Tambopata National Reserve, located to the south of the Madre de Dios River, has 103 amphibian species which scientists know how to locate and observe them. The microfauna is abundant and always seems close to hand.
Alto Purús National Park, on the border with Ucayali department within the Tahuamanu province, Madre de Dios, stands out due to its variety of amphibians and microfauna, including insects.
The Bahuaja Sonene National Park, in Tambopata province and the Puno provinces of Carabaya and Sandia, is reported to have over 50 species of reptiles and amphibians.
The Manu National Park is home to 30 million insect species that co-exist with 140 varieties of amphibians. A place where the observation and exploration of nature never ends.