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ITINERARY

This expedition will introduce you to the peruvian part of the amazonian jungle.

It will take you to a native community in the middle of the jungle, to a  family happy to share their knowledge, we also get the chance to meet the amazing wildlife.

Monkeys, Caimans, Parrots, Tarantulas, Snakes, Piranhas, wild otters... are all here to be seen.


DETAILED ITINERARY

1st Day

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 Landing to Puerto Maldonado from Lima or Cusco, where we will find our hotel. The first day we will discover the surroundings of our hotel. And we will enjoy a drink at the poolside, getting to know each other and to share a good time.

At dinner time, we will enjoy being in the jungle to have an amazing dinner at the best restaurant in town, where all typical plates of the region will be available.

2nd Day

Early in the morning we will head to the Parrot Clay lick.
For parrot enthusiasts, visiting a macaw and parrot clay lick is guaranteed to be one of the most memorable highlights of your trip to the Amazon rainforest.The Tambopata National Reserve in southeastern Peru protects the world’s largest known parrot clay lick and the
area contains the highest known concentration of them in the world.
A claylick (locally known as colpa) is a naturally forming wall of clay on a riverbank caused by erosion from the river.
Every morning at around dawn, macaws, amazons, parakeets, parrotlets and other parrots flock to these clay licks to eat clay, sometimes hundreds at a time, creating an incredible wildlife spectacle.

From there, we will head to our Native Family for our Photography session. 1h30 with amazing models belonging to the Machiguenga tribe.

And you will have the possibility to visit Monkey Island or the Suspended bridges over the Rainforest.

3rd Day

Early in the morning,

We will head to the Sandoval Lake (Tambopata Reserve) where we will have a 5.5 km walk in the jungle with many oportunities to observe monkeys, snakes, tarantulas, wild pigs and when we reach the shores of Lake Sandoval we will take our boat to navigate on the lake and keep looking for local fauna such as alligators, giant river otters, parrots and a diversity of birds.

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4th Day

Before getting our flight around mid-day, we will have a morning walk at the local market of Puerto Maldonado. The best place to understand and enjoy the local life.

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