Discover together with a staff of guides the majesty of the jungle in the Tambopata reserve in 5 unforgettable days, letting us guide you through our trails visiting the water mirrors in the lakes seeing the color and perfect camouflage of its inhabitants giving you the option to see the best angle and the best location for you to capture unforgettable postcards
Upon arrival, assistance and transfer to the port in the tourist corridor. On our way, we will make several stops searching for species such as the Great Pootoo, the Purus Jacamar and the White-Throated Jacamar. Once at the port, while we wait to embark, we will have a chance to see species of oropendolas, tanagers and flycatchers. And off course we will have the chance to catch river views and landscapes along the road that takes to the Infierno Port.
During our speed boat trip, we will have the opportunity to see riverine birds such as the Cocoi Heron, the Capped Heron, some parrots and macaws in flight and, with luck we may even.
spot a flock of Sand-Colored Nighthawks, or other species. Capibaras, Side necked turtles and caymans can also be featured along the river shores.
Upon arrival to the lodge we will be greeted and will receive some useful recommendations and information to ensure an enjoyable stay. After a short rest, we will make a short introductory walk to search for some nocturnal species, such as the Tawny-Bellied Screech-Owl, and with some luck we may observe the Great Horned Owl. Nigth monkeys and jungle curious insects can also be spoted like for instance: false tailess scorpions, great grasshoopers, tarantulas among others.
Dinner and accommodation.
We will walk directly to Lake Cocococha, a 5 ½ km hike, which we will attempt to make as early as possible, to enjoy birdwatching, landscaping and outstanding fauna like tamarin monkeys, red howlers, capuchin monkeys among others.
During the sunrise, where we may see Horned Screamer, Hoatzin, Anhinga and various types of jacanas, kingfishers, and perhaps Red-Bellied Macaw and Blue and Yellow Macaws. With luck, we may see the rare Agami Heron, Point-Tailed Palmcreeper and Long-Billed Woodcreeper. There are various other specialist lake birds that may accompany us, as well as the chance of seeing endangered Giant River Otters.
After a couple of hours rowing around the lake we will return to the lodge, exploring the forest on the way for new species.
We will arrive to the lodge at around 4 pm for a rest before dinner. After dinner, if we still have some energy, we will go on a boat ride on the river for caiman spotting, with the possibility of seeing species of nocturnal birds such as Ladder-Tailed Nightjar, Common Pootoo and Tropical Screech-Owl.
This morning, we will visit the 42-meter-high tower, in order to view canopy birds. Some species which can be observed include Gilded Barbet, Amazonian Pygmy-Owl, Purple-Throated Fruit Crow, White-Necked Puffbird, Paradise Tanager, Turquoise Tanager, Green and Gold Tanager, as well as the chance of seeing species of macaws, parrots, toucans and aracaries, and with a lot of luck the extremely endangered Harpy Eagle. Then we will return to the lodge, looking for understory and ground-level birds on the way and monkeys or other fauna species such as white lipped peccaries.
Lunch at 3 pm we will visit the bamboo trail , During the walk back we will be searching for some specialist varieties of birds that inhabit the surrounding areas, suchas bamboo forest, primary forest, high forest and stream areas.Some of the species to be found include Striated Antbird, Pectoral Sparrow, Rufous-Fronted Antthrush, Pale-Winged Trumpeter, Blue-Crowned Motmot and Musician Wren, among others.
after breakfast, We will embark on a walk of the Katy cocha Lake trail, entering Big Tree trail and leaving from La Torre trail. This walk will pass through various distinct forest types, allowing us the chance to see perhaps the Blue-Throated Piping Guan, Black-Spotted Bare-Eye, Pale-Legged Hornero, Band-Tailed Manakin, Fiery-Capped Manakin, Cream-Collared Woodpecker and many other species.
In the affternoon We will make the most of this last chance to walk the trails in order to search for species that have not yet been seen, explore some of the different areas of the forest, or perhaps repeat any of the activities that guests would like to experience again. Either before or after dinner we Will embark on a nightwalk to search for owls and other nocturnal species.
We wake early to visit the parrot claylick, which is a 40 minutes walk from the lodge. A claylick is an exposed area of clay with higher concentrations of salts and other important minerals, where parrot species converge to eat. In our case this is a small wall close to the river, allowing observation of various species of parrots and parakeets which you can see eating the clay. We will then return to the lodge walking one of our trails, where if we are lucky, we may see other animals in their natural habitat.
After this activity we return to the Lodge, to have breakfast and check out.
|Type of room||Price per room USD$|
|Jr. Suite SGL||2392|
|Jr. Suite DBL||3052|
We recommend visitors bring a small backpack with:
** 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.