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Calle Morelli 217, Of. 305 - Perú
Duration 4D / 3N
Price $/ 0
Upon your arrival, our naturalist guide will welcome you at the airport and transfer you to our boat. We will reach the refuge by boat through Tambopata river. En route, we will observe the difference in vegetation, from colonized and deforested areas to the virgin rainforest. Once at the refuge, we will serve you a welcome drink, on us. After a nice lunch, we will have an introductory tour to Terra Firme forest, behind Tambopata Lodge (footpath #2). This part of the forest is dominated by giant Brazil nut trees and Chihuahuaco trees. The most visible mammals here are the black-mantled tamarin and the tufted capuchin, among other animal species. We will also observe the local flora. After dinner, we will have a nocturnal walk to spot some of the animals and insects that can be found thanks to the gleams of reflection from their eyes.
After breakfast, we will have a short boat ride to the beginning of the footpath. Once there, we will start our walk to explore the rainforest. We will also navigate (by canoe) through rivers Condenado 1 and 2. Such lakes are known for being home to many birds and aquatic animals, as well as giant otter families, that live there and are easy to spot. In the afternoon, we will explore the forest near the refuge (with or without a guide). You can also choose to stay and relax or swim in the Gallocunca, a fresh clear stream next to the refuge. At dusk, our guide will take us for a canoe ride through Tambopata river in search of caimans and other nocturnal animals.
After breakfast, we will have a short boat ride to the beginning of the footpath. Once there, we will start our walk to the hidden and spectacular Sachavacayoc lake, among giant lupuna trees (Ceiba pentandra). "Lupuna" is a native word for "Mother of the jungle". Lupuna trees are abundant in this part of the forest. Our guide will explain us more aspects of the tropical rainforest and its fauna. Once at the lake, we might find the elusive black caiman, giant otters, macaws, among other animals. We will return to have lunch. We will have the afternoon free to relax and take a swim.
Very early in the morning, we will have breakfast and then return by boat to Puerto Maldonado for you to board your flight. En route, we will enjoy memorable views of the sun rising above the river.
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