At Tropical Tree Climbing we aspire to use ecotourism to improve livelihoods and reinforce the conservation ethics of traditional cultures that protect and preserve wild areas and animals. Our philosophy guides our work, and we strive to minimize our footprint to do no harm. We believe that bringing people to the Amazon Rainforest and protecting the largest apex predator, the elusive jaguar, while teaching them to catalogue the flora and fauna, ensures the preservation of an entire ecosystem.
We plan on bringing guests to a specific location of the Amazon Forest, to teach them the flora and fauna to help catalog for creating a future nature reserve. We are committed to supporting research and furthering the understanding of the Amazon and strive to connect our guests with the important scientific work being done. That’s why we created the Jaguar Vision, a collection of citizen science projects that allow the public to participate in the research being done around our jungle lodge.