Reception at the airport or bus station and transfer to the office for relevant information on the tour. Transfer to the port where we will take the boat for an hour to our hostel. Welcome meeting with a refreshing fruit juice from our region. Installation in our respective rooms. After a short rest, you will have a two-hour introductory walk in the dense tropical forest, led by an expert local guide who will take you through our trails to see a variety of trees that can be more than five hundred years old, at the same time. weather. You will be able to observe some species of wild animals such as toucans, orioles, parrots, monkeys, snakes, butterflies, etc. You will have the opportunity to experience the magic of our Amazon Jungle within the Tambopata National Reserve (278,000 hectares protected under Peruvian law). After lunch, we will visit the "Isla de los Monos", located in front of our lodge on the other side of the Madre de Dios River, in this place there are different species of monkeys, such as the brown capuchin, the squirrel monkey, the saddle tamarin mount and white cappuccino. all of them on the island after the activity we will return to the lodge. At night we go looking for alligators, they are usually on the banks of the Madre de Dios River, this time you will need to bring a flashlight. With luck we will be able to see the capybara, the largest rodent in the world that can weigh 60 kilos, an impressive family of the Peruvian guinea pig; return to the hostel, dinner and night in the hostel.
After an early breakfast we will take a short boat ride to the entrance of Lake Sandoval, after registering at the checkpoint we will walk 3 kilometers (approximately 2 miles) to Lake Sandoval (piranha habitat) one of the largest in the Reserve Tambopata National. , after the pleasant walk, the guide will board a rowing boat where we will have our navigation in the lake to appreciate different species of birds and monkeys (Hoatzin Jacanas cormorant, puma heron, eagles, howler monkey, squirrel monkey, black capuchin, tamarins and sloths). Perhaps we will meet the family of giant river otters (almost two meters long) that are in danger of extinction and the largest recorded caiman of more than 4 meters long, return to the lodge to enjoy a typical lunch . Then I return to the city.