The three-day Puerto Maldonado tour includes a visit full of experiences to one of the most important attractions of the Amazon: the impressive Macaw Clay Lick in the Bahuaja-Sonene National Park, as well as possible encounters with wild animals and crossings of remote tributaries of the Amazon River.
Duration: 3 days and 2 nights.
Departures: Daily, all swim.
Location: Amazon Wild Tambopata Macaw Clay Lick Expedition
Our experience begins in Puerto Maldonado, we will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to the Wasai hotel, where you will receive your welcome with a delicious cocktail or tropical juice and an explanation about the Amazon tour. Then we will embark on a boat with an outboard motor and we will travel for 3 to 4 hours up the Tambopata River to WASAI Tambopata Lodge and Research Center (box lunch on board). During the trip into the heart of the rainforest we will be able to observe clouds of butterflies, birds of the tropical rainforest passing above the boat, caymans, capybaras (the largest rodents in the world) and many other species of the local wildlife. Then we will reach the lodge and settle in. After a short break, we will make a first visit to the surrounding forest or visit the “Cascadas del Gato”, where we will enjoy a bath in a “natural Jacuzzi”. After dinner, we will make a nocturnal visit to the forest to observe and hear insects and frogs of different colors and we may have an occasional encounter with nocturnal animals.
We will enjoy diverse sounds of the jungle which will accompany us on our first night in the Amazon.
This day we will wake up early, at 4:30 am to take a light breakfast (coffee or mate), to begin with our 40-minute travel upstream to the Macaw Clay Lick “El Chuncho” in the Bahuaja-Sonene National Park. We will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful natural sceneries and wildlife of the Tambopata riverbanks. Upon our arrival, if weather permits, we will observe one of the greatest wildlife spectacles where hundreds of parrots and different species of macaws gather to eat clay, an unforgettable experience that makes this one of the greatest tours in the amazon. Then, we will walk through the river beach searching for animal footprints while we have a snack. We will return to the lodge to have a mid-morning breakfast. After a short break, we will cross the river to visit the opposite shore, a small tributary called “Gato River”, where there is a small waterfall where we can take a refreshing dip and go for a swim. Back to the lodge, we will have lunch and take a rest. The time is appropriate to observe the large number of birds that fly around the lodge. Then, in the middle of the afternoon, we will take a guided walk through the nearby forests and observe the flora and fauna.
We will watch the sunset and progressively listen to the sounds of birds and nocturnal insects, which will give way to the sounds of the night. In the darkness of the night we will make a crossing in search of alligators and other nocturnal species. After dinner we can rest and enjoy the last night in the Amazon. Overnight at Wasai Tambopata Lodge.
Breakfast and transfer by boat to Puerto Maldonado; we will have new opportunities to observe the landscape, the flora and the Amazonian fauna. In Puerto Maldonado, our transport will take you to the airport at the appropriate time.
Amazon Expedition Macaw Clay Lick tour - Peru Amazon rainforest tour (3D/2N)
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