The Tambopata National Reserve is a protected natural area of Peru, located in the department of Madre de Dios, province of Tambopata and extends into the districts of Tambopata and Inambari. The Tambopata National Reserve was created on September 4, 2000, by supreme decree DS No. 048-2000-AG, 1 with an extension of 274,690 ha, this protected natural area has an average altitudinal gradient of 300msnm in a range of 200-400msnm. Within its objectives of creation of the reserve have been established 3 axes of action: first protect the flora, fauna and ecological processes of a sample of the southern Amazon jungle of Peru; second, to generate processes of conservation with the population in the reserve area, with the purpose of using resources such as chestnuts and the landscape for recreation and thirdly contributing to the sustainable development of the region and the country, based on the knowledge of biological diversity and the management of diverse renewable natural resources. Local Trekkers Peru.