From US$ 240 all-inclusive

Tambopata Eco Adventures 5d/4n


Day 1
• Pick-up from the bus terminal, airport, or your chosen location and transfer to Ecoaventuras Amazónicas.
• Lunch with Peruvian options and vegetarian or special diets available with prior notice.
• Botanical walk along the trails of Ecoaventuras Amazónicas, learning about the flora and medicinal plants used in the Amazon.
• Night walk: After sunset, the Amazon comes alive with the sounds of insects and nocturnal birds like the towaio, owls, and the world's only nocturnal monkey, the musmuqui. With luck, you may see them in their natural habitat.
• Dinner.
• Overnight stay in bungalows.

Day 2
• Early morning departure after breakfast to the main port in Puerto Maldonado to take a motorized boat down the Madre de Dios River. You'll have an exciting day visiting the famous Lake Sandoval, located within the Tambopata Reserve. This lake is home to a family of giant otters, as well as unique bird species like the Hoatzin (locally known as Shansho or snakebird), Anhinga, or snakebird, and various monkey species including Howler monkeys, Capuchins, Squirrel monkeys, and Tamarins. We'll enjoy an Amazonian lunch by the majestic lake, followed by a rowboat ride, giving you the opportunity to paddle through the endless and mysterious spring amidst the jungle.
• Return to Ecoaventuras Amazónicas for dinner.
• Overnight stay in bungalows.

Day 3
• Wake-up call at 4:15 am for a visit to the incredible parrot clay lick at La Cachuela, which lasts approximately 2 hours. It's the perfect spot for parrot lovers, as hundreds of them arrive in the early morning to gather, eat clay, detoxify, socialize, and find their mates. You may see up to 7 species of Psittacids (parrots and macaws) during this magical activity. Return to Ecoaventuras for a delicious breakfast.
• Adventure circuit: If you enjoy challenges, this circuit offers various obstacles ranging from difficulty levels 1 to 4. Overcoming all four obstacles will leave you feeling accomplished and eager for more challenges.
• Lunch.
• Recreational fishing on the Madre de Dios River: During the dry season, fishing becomes the primary activity for the Amazonian population. Along the river, you'll see many people fishing, using either traditional methods or nets. Catfish are the predominant species in this area. (Option to visit a local family).
• Dinner at 7:30 PM, followed by campfires at Ecoaventuras Amazónicas—a great time for conversation and sharing anecdotes and legends about our Amazon.
• Overnight stay in bungalows.

Day 4
• Breakfast.
• Rural cycling: The road and La Cachuela circuit are excellent places to appreciate Amazonian crops such as pineapples, bananas, guava, pacae, soursop, mamey, huito, coconuts, copoazu, sapote, breadfruit, pijuayo. During the bike ride, you will travel along the banks of the Madre de Dios River, and you may even spot migratory birds along the way.
• Lunch.
• Climbing lecture.
• Dinner at 7:30 PM.

Day 5
• Zip Line – Zip through the treetops on a 180-meter slide, making you feel like a raptor swooping down to catch its prey. If you want to relieve stress, this adventure is a must.
• Canopy – Hanging Bridge: Take a 101-meter walk high up in the tallest trees of the Amazon. You can observe many species of living creatures such as frogs, canopy birds like the toucan, geckos, and more. Walking on the base of the trees, you would never have the opportunity to see or hear them without this type of construction. It will be a unique experience.
• Breakfast.
• Return to Puerto Maldonado: After breakfast, we'll take our transportation back and then proceed to the airport in time for your flight back to Lima or Cusco.

• 4 nights of accommodation in double and/or triple rooms.
• Transfers: Airport - Lodge - Airport and/or hotel in Puerto Maldonado.
• All ground and water transportation as per the itinerary.
• All excursions with official bilingual guide (English/Spanish).
• Meals specified in the itinerary, including vegetarian options (please notify in advance).
• Check-out service on the last day ends at 10:00 AM.
• Entrance fees to the Tambopata Reserve.

Not Included:
• Airfare
• Accommodation and expenses in the city
• Expenses for crafts and other items during your stay in the jungle


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