Dr. Jennifer Rehg at the entrance to the Buen Destino campground in the CCRST
- Created in 1999 by the Committee of Reforestation of the Madre de Díos Department, to assist in the conservation of valuable tree speces such as mahogony (Swietenia macrophylla), ceder (Cedrela odorata), and castaña (Bertholletia excelsa).
- Total area equals 12772.12 hectares.
- International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) vulnerable species at CCRST include the nutria, Goeldi's monkey, and jaguar.
- The concession contains 8 camp sites, and only a handful of trains.
Conservation International Perú 2007
We work form the Buen Destino Campsite: