Tambopata National Reserve (RNTMB) is located south of the Madre de Dios River in the Tambopata and Inambari districts of the province of Tambopata, department of Madre de Dios; and its extension is 274 690.00 hectares. The presence of this important protected natural space seeks to preserve the flora, fauna and ecological processes of a sample of the tropical rainforest. Also, the RNT generates conservation processes that ensure the sustainable use of natural resources and landscape.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Cusco – Lago Sandoval|
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Land transfer (4X4) wheeled truck to our destination for about 2 hours to reach the banks of the Tambopata River, if by river it will take more than 6 hours (just information). In this place we will take a boat to the lodge “Monte Amazoníco – Tambopata.” Welcome and Breakfast or lunch depending on the arrival time.
In the afternoon we make an introductory walk into the rainforest where we will have the opportunity to see animals in their natural habitat as amphibians, mammals, reptiles and wonderful insects, among others.
After arrival to the macaw clay licks you will see hundreds of parrots of different species come to eat clay adjacent to the river on the wall We will accommodate us in our chairs to wait to begin one of the most beautiful natural sights of birds in the world. A parrots are followed by 3 species of the most colorful macaws of America, reds and greens, blues and yellows come to gather to eat clay needed in your daily diet and eliminate toxins. On a good day of activity you will see hundreds of these wonderful animals flying over you. An experience for life.
Return to our lodge, breakfast and resting time.
Then we will walk through the botanical garden where you can see some fruit, timber and medicinal species in our area, in the company of our guide.
Lunch in the afternoon we will have the opportunity to kayak the Tambopata River where we will move silently along the river, so we will have more opportunity to observe the larger animals of the Tambopata Reserve
For the night off to rest or possibility of another night walk.