City located on the banks of the Madre de Dios and Tambopata rivers. Called the capital of biodiversity, it is the entrance to the Amazon rainforest of southern Peru. The contrast of natural wealth and important source of commerce is undoubtedly one of the most important characteristics of this place. Its people are very warm and pleasant, heirs of ancestral knowledge, such as the use of local plants and their benefits in humans, and others as interesting as their customs, myths and legends, which are fascinating. This place is an ecological paradise, excellent for bird watching and wildlife. Full of natural reserves, breathtaking landscapes, research centers and also of native communities that live along its rivers in the middle of the forest and that use natural resources without predating the environment.