Inga

Inga

Sipapu looks to nature for inspiration as we begin our first steps to sustainable food security  The question of how to achieve sustainable farming in the tropics is a huge one,  considering how much deforestation in the Amazon is driven by traditional slash and burn...
Solar Energy

Solar Energy

What if there was an infinite source of power, available for free all day every day?   Save for nighttime, cloudy afternoons and friajes (mini monsoons), the sun is strong in the tropics, delivering a good swathe of its estimated 400 yotta, or 4 to the power of 1026...
Our Kind of Quarantine

Our Kind of Quarantine

Lay the foundations for a sustainable future. We’re a unique project on the Rio Tambopata in Madre de Dios, Peru, collectively owned and run by a dedicated international team. We’re looking for quiet, reliable heroes to boost our pool of Jungle Guardians....
All Our Relations

All Our Relations

FollowFollow A day or night at Sipapu is more than enough to realise you are among many different kinds of creature. The insect orchestra provides the non-stop backing track, while all manner of animals go about their business. They’re very discrete, most of the...
The Mother of all Lockdowns

The Mother of all Lockdowns

Since we entered Peru on 14 February this year, it has been a non-stop whirlwind of action, reaction, problems, solutions, mystery, stamina, ups and downs and somehow keeping the boat moving up a very fast flowing river! Retreat Group in FebruaryTambopata SkiesLadies...
Turning Points

Turning Points

It’s not easy to stay positive about the state of the world’s bioregions, under the onslaught of depressing projections emerging from climate science labs and computer models. As the world’s largest forest, the Amazon Rainforest plays a crucial role...