We welcome all interested, serious visitors to the Tiputini Biodiversity Station. While we are not involved in typical tourism, we are pleased to have opportunities to receive two primary groups of visitors scientists and students. Recognizing that today fewer people than ever before have access to wilderness areas and therefore, less overall appreciation of nature, we wish to expose as many individuals as possible to the wonders of Yasuní so that more may understand why it should be protected and maintained.
Scientists wishing to conduct any kind of investigation should visit the section Research in this website. For generalized logistical information, continue in the subsections inside Visitor Information".
Others, especially university-based student groups, interested in learning about this marvelous ecosystem and the threats that it faces should continue to other subsections here.
For descriptions of the camp and its workings, visit the section Our Facilities within this website.
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