Somos una pequeña empresa, que brinda a nuestros participantes y clientes emocionantes eventos en la naturaleza, programas, viajes y expediciones en la selva tropical de Madre de Dios y las tierras altas de Cusco – Perú. Estas expediciones son una alternativa sostenible en el tiempo que cuida el medio ambiente teniendo como base tres pilares: Económico, ambiental y social. 


Jacamar Club trabaja desde el 2010 bajo los principios de conservación, educación ambiental y el aviturismo en beneficio del medio ambiente, basado en una gestión simple y efectiva para las futuras generaciones.


Ser una empresa de viajes sostenibles, fortalecer el Aviturismo y convertirnos en una referencia en el Perú y el extranjero conectar equipos y actividades de avistamiento de aves de calidad y garantía, basándonos en los valores de Jacamar Club y en nuestro capital humano.


  • Inspirar a los niños y jóvenes del país a promover el aviturismo, la conservación y la protección de los recursos naturales.
  • Promover a través de la educación ambiental el valor de la biodiversidad y la importancia de las aves.
  • Fortalecer el concepto de desarrollo sostenible.
  • Fortalecer la práctica y guiado ecoturístico en la observación de aves.
  • Crear alianzas con actores que promuevan la educación ambiental y la conservación.
Jacamar Club start on 2004 by Richard Amable. Initial activities with a group of friends included bird watching, exploring areas where birds congregate in numbers to do bird observation, bird monitoring, local education and habitat conservation involving local students. Today we have moved forward to tour guiding and leading birding tours in to the neo-tropical rainforest among Madre de Dios region of Perú and to the Highlands of Cusco. Our team continues to monitor birding habitats. We keep running birding activities with the locals, and working with local organizations to conserve biodiversity in Perú. This is our history and involve great people and skills.


In Puerto Maldonado, Richard Amable together with Carlos Huamani and Miguel Rios start a birding group and the first steps of Birding in Action Programs. In the same year we met birder Daniel L. Lebbin from Cornell University. Dr. Lebbin encouraged Richard’s team to form an organization to teach birding and conservation ideas to the community. Richard began teaching birding and using educational activities with students from around Puerto Maldonado where an appreciation for birding did not exist and habitat conservation was not thorough enough to protect biodiversity.
We partner with Vortex Optics, The team has grown and the force become stronger. The Birding in Action and the events for birding class gets more effective.
Richard gains strength and appreciation by teaching more birding walks, talks, and classes involving students from SENATI Institute and UNAMAD University.
Top noch Peruvian birder. Renzo Zeppilli trained and encouraged us to develop field technical skills, ethics, and protocols to be fantastic field guides.
Jacamar Club received amazing donations for the Birding in Action Program. The birding equipment is donated by Shamus M. Terry of Vortex Optics, Other US organization help too.
Director Richard Amable moved to the Unite State, He became as part of the Audubon Society of Ohio, do program talks and speeches, frequently join for the local birding trips. He is learning more and bringing back many experiences and stories to share in Peru
We received amazing donations of birding equipment (spotting scopes, binoculars and birding field books) from Emmalee Tarry and Birder’s Exchange (the American Birding Association).
Jacamar Club provided extensive wildlife data, field information, and assistance to wildlife researchers from Amigos Biological Station, Tambopata Research Center, Castella Film Productions.
Richard Amable partner with Voice of America Metro Park in West Chester: He has designed five wooden nest boxes for American Kestrel, all hanged between 16 to 20 feet above ground, attached to life trees and posts.
Jacamar Club is established as a tour company operating birding and nature trips to the Madre de Dios region and highlands of Cusco region.
The “Amable” family made a significant donation to Jacamar Club of 65 acres (25 hectares), of pristine Amazon Rainforest land along the Madre de Dios River, to promote wildlife research, education and bird conservation in south eastern Perú.
The donated forest land becomes “Luz M. Melendez Preserve“. This Sanctuary is established as protected property in honor to Richard Amable’s mother. Initiating the preservation of the flora and fauna for areas near Puerto Maldonado in southeastern Peru.
Jacamar Club designed 7 nests for parrots. We hung the nests 80 feet (24.5 meter), above ground to supplement natural nesting sites at Luz Marina Forest Preserve.


TRAVEL LIGHT AND SECURE -10 most important Items you must bring with you

1.- Passport

2.- Personal medications and travel insurance 

3.- Proof binoculars

4.- Baggage no more than 23 kilos (50.71 pounds)

5.- Dark-colored long sleeve shirt (while birding)

6.- Sweater and rain gear

7.- Sun block, hat and sun glasses

8.- Mosquito repellent

9.- Carry-on bag and

10.- Hiking shoes.


Richard Amable has undertaken (since late 2004) to assist towards local training and education. For every guided service with Richard Amable. The  15% of his salary is use to support the Birding In Action program and support birding workshops for education and for conservation in PERU and BOLIVIA.

Contact Us

AV. Alameda # 106 Puerto Maldonado - Madre de Dios

+1 135 575-6064

+ 51 974296204


Sucursal Cusco

AV. 10 Lote H10-6 Urbanizacion Larapa Grande San Jeronimo - Cusco

+1 135 575-6064

+ 51 974296204


Sucursal Cincinnati

3448 Bookmark Place Maineville, Ohio 45039 US

+1 135 575-6064

+ 51 974296204