2Accommodations are comfortable, with running water, showers, flushing toilets, and private rooms with comfortable beds. On the deck of the station there is a small library, containing field guides and biodiversity surveys, and a collection of hammocks – a great place to read, relax, and enjoy the sounds of the forest.

There is a delicious menu of local organic meals to keep everyone happy and well fed during our time in the forest. Some of the food provided is grown on location, which includes fruits such as papaya, mangos, bananas, and pineapples. Rice, beans, pasta, and vegetables, supplemented by fish from the river, make up a large part of the diet. We enjoy family style meals around a big table on the main deck. We have a fully staffed kitchen and employ local chefs who cook authentic local cuisine that will help power your mind and body.


The Las Piedras Biodiversity Station is located in the Madre de Dios region of the Peruvian Amazon. An abundant amount of wildlife seeks refuge in its seemingly limitless expanses of towering rainforest trees. We can confidently say that your presence at our station will not only place you in one of the most bio-diverse regions on the planet but it will also make you an important part of it’s security for generations to come.



• Home cooked and authentic Peruvian food
• Rooms with bedding are provided
• Toilet facilities with full plumbing
• Tree climbing rigs and canopy platforms
• Fully staffed research station in remote section of the Madre de Dios region of Peru
• Custom experiences are welcomed and provided






Wild Life