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Tambopata Tour 4 Days

3 Days from $ USD 100.00

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Tambopata Tour 4 Days

Tambopata Tour 4 Days

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3 Days from $ USD 100.00

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Trip Details

DAY 1:

Your guide will pick you up from the airport or from the bus station. You’ll then go to our office based in Puerto Maldonado to register (passport number and flight number). Then, you’ll take the boat down Madre de Dios Rver to get to our Lodge. After a one-hour boat ride, you’ll arrive at the Lodge where you’ll be given a fresh exotic fruit juice. You’ll get the key to your room.
After resting for a bit, you’ll go for a two-hour walk in the jungle. Your guide will tell you about the lush vegetation (some trees are 500 years old). You’ll also have the chance to see birds (parrots, macaws…), monkeys snakes, butterflies… You’ll discover our wonderful jungle.
In th evening, you and your guide will go for a boat ride on Madre de Dios River to look for caimans. You’ll spot the shiny red eyes of the caimans with a flashlight. You might also observe capibaras, the biggest rodents in the world. They can weight up to 60 kilos.
Back at the Lodge you will be served dinner.

DAY 2:

You’ll wake up early (5.30am) to get to a canopy, that is 40 metres high. From up there you’ll see different species of birds, such as macaws or Eagles.
After breakfast, you’ll go to the Monkey Island, which is jsut across from our Lodge. There, you’ll see different kind of monkeys. Then , you’ll take the boat again to get to the Tambopata National Reserve. After a five kilometre walk, you’ll discover the amazing Sandoval Lake. It’s a real wonder, where you’ll see a great varierty of animals, such as birds, monkeys, sloths…After a typical lunch, you’ll go for a boat ride on the lake to see the animals from closer. If it’s a lucky day, you might see giant otters (Animals in danger of extinctiuon) or very big black caimans (the biggest one registered is five metre long).
You’ll be on your way back to the Lodge at sunset.

Dinner. Free time.

Day 3:

After breakfast, you’ll go for a short walk into the jungle to get to a small river where you’ll fish piranhas. You’ll be back at the Lodge for lunch time. After a nap, you’ll be taken back into the jungle for a hallenge. You’ll be experiencing zip-lining, tree-climbing, etc… Of course, a specialist will be with you to tell you evething you need to know about security to experience a safe but exciting adventure! Feel the adrenaline! You’ll love it!

DAY 4:

we wake up early to do a birdwatching activitie breakfast you’ll head back to the city to visit the local market and discover some tropical fruits. Your guide will take you to the airport or to the bus station.

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What to Bring

  • Binoculars
  • Towel for the all tour
  • Camera and films
  • Warm clothing (in case of a cold front), long sleeve shirts and long pants (cotton) wide brim hat and sun glasses for sunny days.
  • 100% waterproof rain gear (long poncho or rain wear)
  • Insect repellent (at least 50% DEET)
  • Sunscreen lotion
  • Hiking shoes and sandals
  • Flashlight, enough batteries (alkaline) and bulbs
  • Towel for all the tour
  • Swimming suit
  • Personal medicines and/or supplies (liquid for contact lenses for example)
  • One day pack and one back pack or duffel bag of luggage.

Faqs Tambopata Tour 4 Days

When to travel to Tambopata?

Tambopata is slightly seasonal, although this is nothing like the drastically different seasons you probably have at home. Tambopata’s dry season runs from April to November, although there is some rain during this time. The rainiest months are January and February, but even then, travelers are rarely affected by rain.

What are the advantages of visiting in the dry season? There is very little chance that your activities will be affected by rain. Treks will generally be drier and less muddy as well.

What are the advantages of visiting in the wet season? In the wet season, many Tambopata macaws nest and visit Clay Licks (see more information about Clay Licks further down the page) much more. This gives you fantastic chances to see dozens of macaws and even see chicks and nests! If you love macaws, come between December and February when the nesting season is in full swing.

What to do in Tambopata?

No one goes to the Amazon to stay inside the lodge, so it is important to plan your main activities. Most lodge and tour providers, including our Rainforest Expeditions lodges, include activities in their nightly rates, so you get the full package. In Tambopata, you don’t wake up and pick a trail to follow (that’s for Paris). Nor do you just sit around and do nothing (that’s for Cancun). Nor do you follow a single path to reach a destination (that’s for the Inka Trail)!

Instead, in Tambopata, your lodge or tour provider offers a variety of activities from which you can choose each day. Most of them should be included in your room rate. There are tons of activities to discover in Tambopata, and you can check them all out here. But you should stay in Tambopata for at least three nights, which will give you time to experience the best sights.

The views from a canopy tower of the rainforest in Tambopata, like this one at our Posada Amazonas lodge, are not to be missed.

These are the must-do activities in Tambopata:

Visit a horseshoe lake: most of the Oxbow lakes in Tambopata have wildlife such as Hoatzin and Anhinga around the lake, palm and fig trees, and piranhas inside. Lake Tres Chimbadas (near our lodge Posada Amazonas), Lake Sandoval and Lake Cocococha also have families of giant otters living in them.

See the view from a canopy tower or suspension bridge: canopy towers and walkways are a key feature at some lodges, including our Posada Amazonas and Refugio Amazonas lodges. They really enrich your trip, giving you spectacular views of the rainforest stretching to the horizon. Canopy Towers is also incredible for bird watching, offering close-up sightings of tanagers, toucans and multicolored parrots.

Go to a clay lick: Clay licks are exposed clay riverbanks visited by many birds and mammals. At clay licks, the animals actually eat the clay, most likely getting more salt in their diets.Check to see if your lodge takes you to a parrot clay lick, macaw clay lick, parakeet clay lick, or a clay lick that attracts a variety of animals. Several lodges, including all of our Rainforest Expeditions lodges, have the most active macaw clay licks nearby, and also attract other species.

Other activities in Tambopata: for a complete list of activities available at our Tambopata lodges

What else should I know about traveling to Tambopata?

Now that you’ve learned when to visit and what to do in Tambopata, you might like to know how to get there from your home country or how to visit during a longer trip to Peru – learn how to get to Tambopata here and see maps of Peru and the area here!

Tambopata is a fascinating region with its own history, culture and ecology – read all about Tambopata here!

You might also be interested in learning more about the Tambopata National Reserve, the most pristine stretch of rainforest in the area – check out more information about the Reserve here!

Finally, Tambopata has become a top tourist destination due to its natural beauty and incredible rainforest biodiversity – discover some of Tambopata’s best wildlife here!

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