AMAZON RAINFOREST TOUR
$460 USD/person (based on comfortable lodging - other lodging options are luxury & basic).
(2 person minimum charge)
MACAW WILDLIFE AMAZON RAINFOREST INFORMATION - 3 DAYS/2 NIGHTS
Highlights: Macaws - Chuncho Clay Lick & Canopy Tower
A great introduction to Tambopata National Reserve and the Peruvian Amazon! This 3 day/2 night experience will delight you with great landscapes, beautiful animals and great memories.
This tour will go to one lodge where you have access to one of the world's greatest natural phenomenons - the macaws feeding on Chuncho Clay Lick. You will also experience the jungle from the nature trails and from a canopy tower - giving you two different perspectives on the jungle. Along the way you will have comfortable lodging and wonderful local food.
The highlights of the tour are:
You arrive in Puerto Maldonado, Peru and transfer to your lodge.
Time for an introduction to the jungle in your first night walk.
Learn more about Tambopata and the creatures that live there from Joselo.
Visit to Chuncho Clay Lick for an unforgettable experience.
Tour the Tambopata River, learning about the large variety of plants and animals that live there.
Canopy tower visit to view the birds and monkeys that live high up in the trees.
Night walk to enjoy the creatures that you only see at night!
Return visit to the canopy tower to watch the sunrise and listen to the jungle wake up!
Transfer back to Puerto Maldonado with opportunities to view the small farms and many birds along the way.
Accompanied to your return flight, bus, or hotel.
Fully accompanied private tour.
All meals included.
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My Tambopata experience with Joselo was fantastic!
As a guide he was very friendly, approachable and knowledgeable. My group got extremely lucky and saw such amazing wildlife.
Joselo had a scope on a tripod and helped everyone take phone photos through it which was an excellent addition to our tour and showed he went above and beyond for us.
As a biologist, Joselo, made my trip great by helping me identify the many bird species of the jungle. He also did a great job balancing my interests with the more broad interests of the others on our tour who were not biologists or naturalists. He seemed to know everything about the plants and animals of the Tambopata.
I would recommend hiring Joselo as a guide whether you are a naturalist, photographer or just a casual traveler wanting to see wildlife and learn about the Amazon.