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Ayahuasca Dead Rope Vine

Ayahuasca Dead Rope Vine


3 Days
From: U$D 409.00

Activities:

Sunset Trail - Alligators Search - Clay lick - Tower - Ayahuasca Session




The Explorers Inn is a fantastic Eco Lodge that shelters a great biodiversity inside the National Reserve of Tambopata, this means that just around the facilities great chances of spotting interesting species can occur. The visit to the Cocococha Lake is a unique opportunity of watching a family of Gigant River Otters and observing rare birds like Hornet Screamers wich are massive birds that fly so elegantly like herons and the Clay lick can result in a wonderful show of bright and colorful macaws that come down to the clay lick to nourrish themselves with this red clay to clean their bodies from toxins that they have ingested from eating unripe fruits, you will understand this complex &behavior with the help of one of our naturalist guides.

Day 01

Reception - Airport Puerto Maldonado – Infierno Port - Lodge
Informative talk given by our Jungle Guide on an outboard wooden canoe
We will spot animal species on our boat trip and how the vegetation changes from colonized deforested areas to the National Reserve
Box lunch provided on the boat (special diet for Ayahuasca ceremony)
Arrival at the Lodge
Briefing given by the lodge manager who with some tips and useful information for your stay
short break
Walk on the Sunset Trail
Talk with the shaman share our experiences and explanation about the ayahuasca ceremony
Dinner (special diet for Ayahuasca ceremony)

Day 02

Out before dawn 5:20 a.m.
Visit "clay lick" Parrot that is 10 minutes by boat from the Lodge
You can observe different species of parrots and parakeets eating clay
Return to the lodge
After enjoying breakfast 7:30 to 8:00 a.m. (special diet for Ayahuasca ceremony) - Short break
Relax and preparation for the Ceremony
Lunch (special diet for Ayahuasca ceremony)
short break
Visit the tower of 42 meters high, where we have a wonderful view of the forest
Explanation of the vertical forest layers (in the tower) – to have an espectular view of the jungle and see the sunset
short break
We will meet again with the Shaman to experience the Ayahuasca drink

Day 03

Special breakfast and chat with the shaman to discuss about our session and answer any question you may have
Airport - Return - Transfer - Puerto Maldonado

Includes

  • Entrance fee to the National Reserve of Tambopata
  • All transfer services since you get to Puerto Maldonado
  • Meals
  • Lodging
  • Guiding services

Prices

Rates USD
MIN 2 PAX 10+ pax (-5%)
Triple Classic 409.oo 389.oo
Double Classic 449.oo
427.oo
Matrimonial Classic 526.oo 500.oo
Single Classic
629.oo
598.oo
Additional day USD
Triple Classic 105.oo 100.oo
Double Classic 119.oo
113.oo
Matrimonial Classic 129.oo
123.oo
Single Classic 139.oo
132.oo

What to bring?

We recommend visitors bring a small backpack with:

  • Binoculars
  • Camera 
  • Flash light or better a headlight   
  • Daypack
  • Cap / wide-brimmed hat
  • Trousers & shorts
  • T-shirts
  • Bathing suit
  • Rain coat / poncho
  • Water bottle
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent
  • Certificate of yellow fever vaccine
  • Bills/notes of small amounts 
  • Toiletries
  • Walking shoes / boots **
  • Sandals or alternative footwear for use at the lodge

** In the rainy season it is usually necessary to walk in rubber boots / wellies, which are provided by the lodge (up to size 10). During the dry season it may be possible to walk in walking boots.

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