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Tambopata Tours Macaw Clay Lick Center 5d/4n - sandoval lake lodge

Amazon Peru – Macaw Clay Lick Center 5d/4n

Amazon Peru – Macaw Clay Lick Center: More information about Tambopata National Reserve The Tambopata National Reserve is a 275,000 hectare conservation area created in 1990 by the Peruvian government, its aim to protect the watersheds of the Tambopata and Candamo rivers (formerly known as the Tambopata-Candamo Reserved Zone) and with an underlying philosophy of sustainable resource use. The Reserve contains 600 bird species, 32 parrot species (10% of the world’s total), 200 mammal species, 1,200 butterfly species and over 10,000 species of vascular plants. Less than 5,000 people inhabit the Tambopata National Reserve, in the northern part. They make a living of slash and burn agriculture, small scale gold mining, timber extraction, and hunting and fishing. One thousand Ese’ejas live in four titled communities within this area of influence.

This lifestyle is coming under threat from roads being built to connect South America’s Brasilian east coast with Peru’s west coast which will encourage exports. Tambopata National Reserve lies next to the enormous one million hectare Bahuaja Sonene National Park, which was created with the purpose of wholeheartedly protecting the Amazon forests within. Both the Reserve and the Park protect some of the last untouched lowland and premontane tropical humid forests in the Amazon. In turn, Tambopata and Bahuaja form part of the titanic 30 million hectare Vilcabamba-Amboro Conservation Corridor.

The corridor is formed by 16 protected areas ranging from the Vilcabamba mountain range west of Cusco to the Amboro National Park in central Bolivia, and include Manu National Park, the Machu Picchu Historical Sanctuary and the Madidi National Park, among others. This corridor protects more than 40 ethnic groups. Its objective is to minimise loss of biodiversity while still planning and developing sustainable lifestyles and forestry businesses for these groups.

  • Duración: 5 días / 4 noches
  • Tipo de servicio: Privada o Grupo
  • Ubicación: Southern Perú, Departamento de Madre de Dios, Puerto Maldonado, Reserva Nacional Tambopata
  • Actividades: Tambopata Tours – Collpa-lame de Colorado y Chuncho, todos los días y la noche a pie, pesca, camping
  • Altitud: 183-250 m.a.s.l.
  • Mejor época para visitar: desde marzo hasta octubre
  • Salida: Todos los días
  • Mínimo de participantes: 2
  • Número máximo de participantes: 10
  • Precio por persona: 490USD

Breve descripción de los Tours Amazon Peru – Macaw Clay Lick Center:

Tambopata National Reserve is located in the Tambopata River basin it covers the southern Madre de Dios River Region (40% of the reserve) and Puno Region (60% of booking)! It was established in 1990 to protect the adjacent forests around the Heath and Tambopata Rivers. You can find two important ecosystems and 8 microclimates.

Its rich biodiversity includes 103 species of mammals, 1,300 species of butterflies, 90 species of amphibians and 41 families of trees containing 165 species of trees! The reserve covers an area of 274,690 hectares. The climate is warm and humid with high annual rainfall.

During this tour, we visited the two biggest clay-licks in the Peruvian Amazon: Chuncho and Colorado !! Both are located in the Reserved Zone of the Tambopata National Reserve. The Colorado clay lick is placed on the bench on the right side of the Tambopata River, while the Chuncho is on the bench on the left side. The clay-lame Chuncho and Colorado attracted a large number of macaws, parrots, parakeets and other animals every day !!

Itinerario rápida de los Tours Amazon Peru – Macaw Clay Lick Center:

DÍA 1: PUERTO MALDONADO – TAMBOPATA TOURS – RÍO – Chuncho LODGE

DÍA 2: Chuncho LODGE – TAMBOPATA TOURS MACAW’S collpa DE COLORADO – CAMPING

DIA 3: Tambopta TOURS – MACAW’S collpa DE COLORADO – MACAW’S collpa Chuncho DE – CAMPING

DÍA 4: Tambopta TOURS – MACAW’S collpa DE COLORADO – MACAW’S collpa Chuncho DE – CAMPING

DÍA 5: Chuncho LODGE – TAMBOPATA TOURS RÍO – PUERTO MALDONADO

 Amazon Peru – Macaw Clay Lick Center 5days and 4nights

DÍA 1: PUERTO MALDONADO – TAMBOPATA TOURS – RÍO – Chuncho LODGE

We pick you up from the airport terminal / coach of Puerto Maldonado to take our first office, where you can leave your unnecessary things for the trip. So you get in our private vehicle that will take you for a ride of an hour a dirt road watching the changing nature along the way, as types diverse forests, traditional farms growing bananas and citrus groves, cattle farms, streams , etc.

Then we come to the Infierno, where the port of Puerto Nuevo is. We will embark on a boat there and sail for about 2 hours watching the wildlife around the riverbanks, especially birds such as herons a jabiru, a macaw, a kingfisher, as well as some mammals, for example, a capybara and a tapir. We can also observe white alligators and turtles resting on the banks. Then we arrive at our hostel called Chuncho accommodate Lodge where lunch and a short break as well.

The hostel is located on the banks of the river in the beginning of the Tambopata National Reserve, which is rich in fauna and flora; we explore just after the break. So we are given the opportunity to see a lizard or a butterfly colored birds such as quail, a toucan or a wild turkey, and ancient trees as Almendrillos (Diptery odorata, reaching up to 50 meters), chiguaguacos or lapunas! For dinner, we returned to the cottage.

Optional: A night walk in a company of our guide shows us some nocturnal animals such as night monkeys, frogs or insects.

DÍA 2: Chuncho LODGE – TAMBOPATA TOURS MACAW’S collpa DE COLORADO – CAMPING

Today we begin our expedition very early in the morning towards the heart of the Tambopata National Reserve – Collpa Colorado (collpa means collpa). So we sailed upstream of the Tambopata River for six hours.

During the trip, you can admire the intensive and genuine fauna of the rainforest’s reserve! Upon reaching the Colorado clay lick, we established a camp there tonight is dedicated to macaw and other animal observation! The clay lick is a cliff of red earth containing clay minerals and veins that help digest various animals, mostly macaws and parrots to come in flocks every morning to eat this nutritional source. We spent the night in the camp.

DIA 3: Tambopta TOURS – MACAW’S collpa DE COLORADO – MACAW’S collpa Chuncho DE – CAMPING

We woke up at 5 am to walk to a lookout on the clay lick allowing us to see better this “show” unique and unforgettable full of colors and sounds! Flocks of macaws, parrots, parakeets and other animals come to eat 05 a.m.-09 a.m ..

When the show ends, we get on our boat and sail downriver for 3 hours to reach another collpa – the famous clay lick Chuncho! There, we set our next camp and lunch. Then we started scanning a walk around and maybe also do fishing. Overnight camping.

DÍA 4: TAMBOPATA TOURS – MACAW’S collpa Chuncho DE – Chuncho LODGE

Another 05 a.m. Wake awaits us as we go to the clay lick Chuncho to observe the animals to get some nutrition! Then, we return to camp and after a rest and lunch, board the boat again to navigate downriver for 3 hours until we get back to the Chuncho Lodge.

Optional: A night watching alligators in the Tambopata River.

DÍA 5: Chuncho LODGE – TAMBOPATA TOURS RÍO – PUERTO MALDONADO

We will embark on a boat early after breakfast to take us back to Puerto Maldonado sailing upstream of the Tambopata River. There, collect their belongings from the office to be later transfer to the airport or bus terminal to take your connection.

End of service

! IMPORTANT !!

You need to be vaccinated against yellow fever, and to carry some malaria pills with you !!

Included in the Amazon Peru – Macaw Clay Lick Center 5days:

A professional naturalist tour guide;
Transport motorboat:
Private land transport vehicles;
A professional chef,
Meals: 4x breakfast, 4x lunch, 4x dinner and drinking water (Note: the vegetarian option on request at no additional cost);
Accommodation: 2 nights in a cottage, 2 nights at a campsite;
First aid kit, including a venom extractor, mosquito bite treatment and an antidote for snakebite;
Radio communications;
Wellingtons.

It not included in the Amazon Peru – Macaw Clay Lick Center 5days:

Entrance fee to the Tambopata National Reserve (65 soles);
Any flight or airport departure taxes;
Travel insurance;
Vaccination;
Breakfast on the first day and dinner the last day;
Drinks;
Tips for local staff.

What to take with you to the Amazon Peru – Macaw Clay Lick Center 5days:

  • Mosquito repellent (DEET 35 recommends at least !!)
  • original passport,
  • small backpack,
  • long sleeve cotton shirts (preferably green)
  • long cotton pants,
  • Cotton long socks (to be put on pants),
  • Comfortable walking shoes,
  • Sandals or light shoes,
  • Rain gear (eg, rain poncho)
  • (Only for the start of the tour in the Andes and the cloud forest) Sweater,
  • Swimsuits;
  • Binoculars (also rented)
  • Camera and charger,
  • Plastic bags to be used for clothes and a camera,
  • One hat as protection against sun or rain,
  • Toiletries,
  • Small towel,
  • Toilet paper,
  • Antibacterial gel,
  • Sunscreen,
  • Sunglasses,
  • Flashlight (with spare bulb and batteries),
  • A bottled water (1 liter minimum)
  • Pocket Money (Soles) to buy some drinks and souvenirs,

Outputs confirmed the Amazon Peru – Macaw Clay Lick Center 5d/4n:

 

The Highlights to Manu Park National Biosphere

The Highlights to Manu National Park Culture Zone

The Highlights to Amazon Lodge Sandoval Lake

Tambopata Expeditions in Amazon Peru

The Highlights to Tambopata Macaw clay Lick Chuncho

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