Bird and Wildlife Photography
Harpy eagle photography in the wild is on the top of the list for many bird and wildlife photography enthusiasts. There are not many places that you can actually see the world’s largest raptor, let alone have a chance to photograph one.
One of the more reliable locations for harpy eagle photography is from the Tambopata Research Centre in Peru. This video shows an exciting way to get closer and prepare for taking the picture by getting up into the canopy from TRC.
Visiting the Tambopata Research Centre is a true wilderness experience traveling first by air to an Amazon tributary port, then boarding a motorised canoe for a journey that can be as short as 4 days (return) or up to 7 days, along the mighty Madre de Dios river.
Our Recommendations for Visiting Tambopata
The Tambopata region is in a remote, but accessible, area of Peru. Travel here can involve many unforeseen events and there are several restrictions and so it is wise to engage a travel logistics service with regional experience in getting you to the right place and back. For this reason, we do not recommend using an online booker like Booking until you Contact us for more complete information.