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Our four days tour to Peru Tambopata National Reserve with an English-speaking local naturalist guide is designed to offer you an extensive insight into the wildlife and traditions of South American natives in the Amazon.
Tambopata National Park is home to countless distinct species of birds, plants, and animals. Most of which you will be spotting while on a guided jungle hike.
Tambopata Nature Reserve houses the stunning Oxbow Lake. They are a small body of water located in an abandoned meander loop of a channel. One of the unmissable activities on a tour in Tambopata is seeing the Macaw Clay Lick. Tambopata has the largest clay lick in the world.
Hundreds of vibrantly colored Macaws and Parrots fly to the cliff to eat the clay every morning. These clays contain distinct minerals that help them to detoxify their bodies.
Tambopata’s diversity in wildlife is highly credited to its location by many environmentalists. The National Park nestles at the confluence of lowland Amazon Jungle and three other ecosystems.
At Peru Jungle Trips, we take pride in working exclusively with local tour guides. Our native experts have plenty of things to share with you which will give you a detailed insight into the life of locals and their traditions.
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Puerto Maldonado Airport
3 Hours Before Flight Time
We will be picking you up from the airport or bus terminal in Puerto Maldonado and will be driving you to our office in the city. Here you can leave your belongings and pack a day pack with all essentials for the four days tour.
We will then embark on a drive to the boat pier. Here you will be embarking on an hour’s boat ride, down the Madre de Dios River to our lodge. Along the way, you will be spotting giant otters among other animals on the shore.
The hotel crew will be welcoming you to a glass of freshly brewed exotic juice. After resting for a while and relishing a typical Amazonian lunch, we will begin our Tambopata tour with a two hours hike on one of the trails. You will be spotting different species of plants and birds. Our guide will be explaining their prominence to you in detail.
We will then hike to see a 500-year-old tree. You will also spot different birds like Harpy Eagle, Parrots, and Macaws.
After getting the best introduction to Tambopata, we will embark on a boat ride to get further deep into the jungle to spot Caimans. Their bright and shiny red eyes are captivating. We will also spot Capybaras, these are the biggest rodents on earth, weighing up to 50 kg.
Later in the evening, after witnessing the sunset, we will be returning to the lodge for dinner. Our chef will be serving a typical native meal.
At 0530 AM, we will be leaving the lodge and heading up to the top of the 40 meters high canopy tower. You will get a panoramic view of the jungle from above.
Once you have had your fill of the view, we will take the boat across the Tambopata River to Lake Sandoval. This is nature’s wonder. Here we will be having lunch.
Lake Sandoval is home to different species of animals and birds. So after enjoying a traditional meal, we will embark on a hike. You will be spotting different breeds of monkeys, sloths, etc.
We will return to the lodge after witnessing the sunset. Our crew will be serving you an exclusive meal for dinner.
After breakfast, we will go on a short hike deep into the jungle to a small river. Here you can fish some Piranhas and bring them back to the lodge. Our chef will be happy to cook them for you for lunch, using the Amazonian spices.
After lunch, you will have some free time to rest. In the evening, we will be hiking back into the jungle. You will have the opportunity to face your adrenaline. You can participate in extreme sports like ziplining or tree climbing.
Our local guide and the certified instructor will be giving you detailed information and briefing you on all safety aspects before you participate.
We will then return to the lodge for dinner.
Another early day on this Peru Tambopata National Reserve tour. We will be taking the boat on the Tambopata River to see the Macaw’s Clay lick. This is an unmissable activity in the Amazon Rainforest. You will be able to spot different brightly colored Macaws and Parrots licking the clay to flush out toxins from their bodies.
Once you have had your fill of this, we will be giving you a tour of a local community where you will witness the life and traditions of local families.
We will then sail back to the lodge for lunch. After lunch, we will be taking the boat back to Puerto Maldonado where we will be visiting a traditional market.
Later in the evening, we will drop you off at the airport or bus terminal.