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Peruvian Amazon Jungle Experience (Tambopata)

Duration
5 Days
Prices From:
US$ 1,262

The Tambopata Research Centre is a simple, comfortable lodge situated on the world’s largest macaw claylick. Having no neighbours, it is unrivalled in its access to pristine Amazon forests, bringing you up close and personal with nature on your Peru vacation.


With 60% of its land area covered by Amazon rainforest, Peru boasts the largest number of bird species on Earth and the third largest number of mammals. Many of them reside within the Amazon Jungle, and 5 days at Tambopata Research Centre lets you enjoy a guided immersion into this region..

You’ll enjoy time at leisure to explore the forest your way, but options to help you get the most out of your adventure include the largest known macaw clay lick, numerous nature trails, palm swamp, night walks and kayaking on the Tambopata River. Roaming the forest, you may see howler and spider monkeys, caimans and tapir, but you’ll have to look sharp to spot the occasional jaguar prowling the forest!


 

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Duration
5 Days
Prices From:
US$ 1,262

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Day 1

Refugio Amazonas

Due to the distance between Puerto Maldonado and the Tambopata Research Centre, a stopover is required before and after your journey at the Refugio Amazonas.

Duration1 Night
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Refugio Amazonas

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    Refugio Amazonas



    The Refugio Amazonas Lodge is a simple yet comfortable lodge located in the Amazonian rainforest just an hour from Iquitos. The 200 hectare private reserve bordering the Tambopata National Reserve is ideal for soft adventurers and families. The 32 rooms are equipped with private bathroom ...

    The Refugio Amazonas Lodge is a simple yet comfortable lodge located in the Amazonian rainforest just an hour from Iquitos. The 200 hectare private reserve bordering the Tambopata National Reserve is ideal for soft adventurers and families. The 32 rooms are equipped with private bathroom and common areas for eating and socializing. The bungalows and rooms at Refugio Amazonas are built using logs and palm leaves, staying true to the local architecture.

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Day 2

Tambopata National Reserve

Located in the uninhabited heart of the Tambopata National Reserve where the surrounding wilderness is untouched is the Tambopata Lodge. The largest known macaw clay lick is five hundred yards from the lodge. Dusky headed titi, squirrel, brown capuchin, howler, and spider monkeys, as well as capybara, caiman, and agouti are seen frequently. Although very difficult to see, herds of peccary, tapir and jaguar are all at their carrying capacity.

Activities, excursions, and demonstrations may include:
- Macaw Clay Lick
- Overlook Trail
- Floodplain Trail
- Palm Swamp
- Terra Firme Trail
- Pond Platform
- Macaw Project Lectures
- Night Walks
- Sea Kayaking on the Tambopata River

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
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Tambopata Research Centre

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    Travel by boat several hours up the Tambopata River to reach the remote Tambopata Research Center Jungle Lodge, leaving the final traces of human habitation behind. Within the 700,000 hectare uninhabited nucleus of the reserve, sightings of monkeys, macaws and other large species become more ...

    Travel by boat several hours up the Tambopata River to reach the remote Tambopata Research Center Jungle Lodge, leaving the final traces of human habitation behind. Within the 700,000 hectare uninhabited nucleus of the reserve, sightings of monkeys, macaws and other large species become more frequent. As seen in National Geographic magazine, the Tambopata Research Center (TRC) is one of the most remote rainforest lodges in South America, offering adventurous travellers an outstanding chance to engage with the natural wonders of the Amazon. It is a comfortable 18 bedroom lodge with the object of lodging tourists and researchers alike and of protecting the adjacent macaw clay lick.

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Day 3

Tambopata National Reserve

You will have today free to enjoy the many activities on offer at Tambopata Research Centre.

Day 4

Refugio Amazonas

You will return to the Refugio Amazonas for a night, prior to the journey back to Puerto Maldonado.

Duration1 Night
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Refugio Amazonas

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    Refugio Amazonas



    The Refugio Amazonas Lodge is a simple yet comfortable lodge located in the Amazonian rainforest just an hour from Iquitos. The 200 hectare private reserve bordering the Tambopata National Reserve is ideal for soft adventurers and families. The 32 rooms are equipped with private bathroom ...

    The Refugio Amazonas Lodge is a simple yet comfortable lodge located in the Amazonian rainforest just an hour from Iquitos. The 200 hectare private reserve bordering the Tambopata National Reserve is ideal for soft adventurers and families. The 32 rooms are equipped with private bathroom and common areas for eating and socializing. The bungalows and rooms at Refugio Amazonas are built using logs and palm leaves, staying true to the local architecture.

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Day 5

Puerto Maldonado

This morning, you will return to Puerto Maldonado.

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DEPARTURES:

Daily.  

PRICE INCLUDES:

4 nights accommodation, rainforest and lake excursions, Tambopata National Reserve entrance fee, naturalist guide, round trip transportation from Puerto Maldonado airport to lodges, and meals as indicated. 

TB CONDORTPUE0114SG: PEM P3042
30 Dec 2017
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