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Tour Code:4dLK-Natvs

Peru Rainforest tours Macaw, Natives and Lake 4 Days

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Phisical Demand: Medium
Tour Code: 4dLK-Natvs
Duration: 4D
Ages: 2+
Languages: English, Español
Start In: Pto. Maldonado airport/bus station/hotel
Ends In: Pto. Maldonado airport / bus station or hotel
Group Size: 20 PaxAM
Phisical Demand: Medium
Tour Code: 4dLK-Natvs
Duration: 4D
Ages: 2+
Languages: English, Español
Start In: Pto. Maldonado airport/bus station/hotel
Ends In: Pto. Maldonado airport / bus station or hotel
Group Size: 20 PaxAM

Trip Advisor or Viator Price = $515

With Local tour operator $394

Tour Activities:
Canoe ride, Native Family, Cayman search, Hiking,Fishing
Tour Attractions:
Macaw Clay Lick, Yakumama lake, Lake Sandoval
This tour in 2023:
Have daily Availability
Open for Solo traveler
Private room & Bathroom
All inclusive no more payment
3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners
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Peru Rainforest tours Macaw, Natives and Lake 4 Days

Jungle walk to see medicinal trees

Day 1.- We warmly welcome our travelers upon their arrival at the airport or bus station, and then escort them to our office for the registration process. From there, we proceed to our office's vehicle, embarking on a journey of approximately one hour to reach the Filadelfia community. Here, we board a boat and begin a tranquil 20-minute motorboat trip upstream along the Tambopata river, eventually arriving at our first jungle hotel.

Before you settle into your rooms, our knowledgeable guide will provide you with essential information about the hotel's policies. Following this, we'll ensure you're comfortably situated in your accommodations.

After a well-deserved siesta and a delectable lunch, we embark on a captivating trek through the lush tropical forest. Led by an expert local guide, this excursion lasts for over two hours, during which you'll explore our intricate trails, encountering a rich array of medicinal plants and ancient trees, some of which have thrived for over six centuries, such as the Brazil nut and tonka bean tree. Along the way, keep your eyes peeled for an assortment of wildlife, including monkeys, toucans, parrots, macaws, squirrels, reptiles, insects, frogs, arachnids, and more. Our bird-watching tower, standing at an impressive height of over 45 meters (148 ft.), provides an excellent vantage point to observe these fascinating creatures.

Immerse yourself in the revitalizing energy of Mother Nature as you savor enchanting moments within the Tambopata National Reserve. As the sun begins to set, we return to the hotel for a brief interlude of rest.

In the evening, we embark on a boat excursion to seek out the nocturnal wonders inhabiting the banks of the Tambopata River. During this outing, you may encounter various-sized caimans (alligators), owls, nightjars, and, with any luck, the world's largest rodent, the Capybara. On nights with clear skies, the grandeur of the Milky Way and a plethora of stars and shooting stars awaits, painting a breathtaking celestial canvas. Following a delightful ecological stroll, we make our way back for a sumptuous dinner.

Visit the Macaw clay lick, Yakumama lake and fishing

Day 2.-

What could be more delightful than savoring a steaming cup of tea or coffee to kickstart our thrilling expedition to the macaw and parrot clay lick? As the dawn breaks, we embark on a boat adventure, gliding along the meandering Tambopata River for a little over half an hour. Along this scenic route, we may have the incredible fortune of spotting elusive creatures like jaguars or anacondas. Upon arriving at the vibrant parrot and macaw clay lick at Chuncho, we're treated to a mesmerizing spectacle of colors and symphonic bird sounds for a duration exceeding three hours. Meanwhile, we indulge in a hearty country breakfast, all against the backdrop of this avian marvel.

Later in the morning, we return to the small tributaries of the Tambopata river with our boat, on a quest to encounter wildlife such as capybaras, tapirs, wild pigs, monkeys, caimans, turtles, and various feline species. Throughout this expedition, we soak in the natural beauty of the Tambopata National Reserve and its intricate river network.

In the afternoon, we retrace our steps back to the city via the same route that brought us to our initial hotel. Upon our return to the city, a brief 15-minute vehicle ride takes us to Lake Yacumama, renowned for its lush scenic vistas and the most awe-inspiring sunset in the region.

Lake Yacumama also serves as the residence for numerous macaws, parrots, and parakeets. On occasion, we may be fortunate enough to spot black caimans, herons, cormorants, wild ducks, swallows, four varieties of piranhas, and, with a stroke of luck, a family of river otters. To explore Lake Yacumama, we embark on a small rowboat, perfect for a serene piranha fishing expedition. We practice catch and release, ensuring the preservation of the local food chain. Any piranhas we reel in are photographed and then gently returned to their aquatic habitat. As dusk approaches, we make our way to the pier, from where we board our boat to return to our hotel, where we can finally unwind and enjoy a peaceful night's rest.

Visit to Sandoval Lake Matchiguenga family

Day 3.-

One of the most opportune times to witness an abundance of wildlife is during the serene moments of sunrise and sunset. In our case, we opt for an early departure at dawn, embarking on a boat voyage bound for Sandoval Lake, nestled within the magnificent Tambopata National Reserve. The sheer biodiversity that thrives within the confines of Sandoval Lake is nothing short of remarkable. To reach this pristine lake, we embark on a nearly 3 km (1.8 miles) journey along a wooden trail. This path constantly surprises us with its wealth of fauna. As we reach the trail's end, we encounter a modest dock where we board a rowboat, embarking on a captivating tour of Sandoval Lake. During this excursion, we have the privilege of spotting an array of creatures, including black caimans, giant otters, herons, turtles, monkeys, macaws, wild ducks, and much more. We return to our lodge before noon, where a delectable lunch awaits.

In the afternoon, our exploration leads us to the home of a native family belonging to the "Matsigenka" culture. Here, we immerse ourselves in their traditions, engaging in activities such as learning to handle bows and arrows, the art of spinning and weaving cotton to create their traditional clothing known as "Cushma." Additionally, they impart their knowledge of crafting ropes from plant bark and demonstrate their remarkable ability to kindle fire using only natural materials. As the sun sets, we make our way back to our hotel, enriched by this cultural exchange.

As night falls, the jungle awakens with a majestic nocturnal symphony, quite distinct from its daytime counterpart. For this excursion, we equip ourselves with flashlights and venture into the trails in search of nighttime wildlife wonders, including porcupines, sloths, arachnids, insects, reptiles, opossums, night monkeys, owls, and more. We conclude our adventure by returning to the hotel for a hearty dinner and a well-deserved rest.

Visit small parrots clay and departure

Day 4.-

Following a delectable Amazonian breakfast and a brief rejuvenating break, we embark on a delightful journey along a forest path, engaging in discussions about the towering giant trees that have stood for over seven centuries. Eventually, we reach one of these ancient arboreal giants, where we commence our exploration of the canopy by traversing the suspended bridges that interconnect the trees. Here, you'll bear witness to the astonishing biodiversity found within this uppermost layer of the forest, aptly known as the "canopy." As we tread along the bridges, your eyes may capture glimpses of toucans, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, monkeys, lizards, orchids, epiphytic plants, and various other captivating elements of the forest.

Later in the morning, we make our way back to the city, allowing time for guests to collect their luggage, should they have left it at our office. Subsequently, we provide transportation to the airport or, if you possess a bus ticket, we arrange for your transfer to the bus station.


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$ 394 USD

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Terms & Rules

* If arriving by night bus from Cusco, Puno, etc ( Pick up from bus station is anytime from 5:00 am to 10:00 am) * Tour starts at 10:00 am approx * If arriving by Plane from Cusco, Lima, etc ( Pick up is from airport is from 8:00 am to 14:00 pm) *Tour starts depending on your arrival time, the earlier the better * Pick up from Hotel in Puerto Maldonado cilty is from 8:40 am to 9:20 am * Solo travelers should arrive before 9:40 am, so they can join the group
* This tour ends at 9:00 am, the drop off to the airport or to the bus station is included at any time, this is possible only on the last day of the tour. * People staying in hotel in Puerto Maldonado, the drop off will be at the main square (Plaza de armas)

There are no age restrictions for arrival

Pets are NOT allowed.

We accept all major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, American Express (AMEX).

We accept also Bank transfer to our account number and PayPal for credit card processing.

This is an “All inclusive tour from pick up till drop off”

Pick up from (Airport, bus station or hotel)

03 Nights accommodation in bungalow with private bathroom

1 Ticket entrance to natural reserve 1 to (Sandoval Lake)

1 Professional bilingual guide in the jungle

1 Motor boat transportation for all trips

Breakfast (3) Dinner (3) Lunch (3)

All activities listed in the itinerary

Purified Water 24 hours (To recharge your canteen)

Wellingtons (Rubber boots)

No additional payment for single room or (Solo traveler)

Storage room for large luggage

First aid kit

Drop off to (Airport or bus station)

Drinks bought at the bar


Domestic Flights or Bus from/to Cusco, Lima

Extra snacks and drinks

Travel insurance

Health coverage

Extra snacks and drinks

  • In these parts of the Amazon there are no land roads o access the jungle, most transportation is by motor boat.
  • Motorboats are designed to carry 20 to 40 people on a trip
  • We have scheduled daily times where speedboats transport to and from the natural reserve area, every day a speedboat arrives in the city of Puerto Maldonado around 9 am to catch some departing morning flights.
  • Another boat leaves daily from Puerto Maldonado to the Nature Reserve starting at 9:50 am. In case there are flights arrivng before 11:30, we will wait for them to be able to leave as a group.
  • One more boat leaves the nature reserve at approximately 4:00 pm. arriving in Puerto Maldonado at approximately 5:00 pm for people who have a night bus to Cusco or who will overnight in the city of Puerto Maldonado
  • If you have flight out after 9:00 a.m. We recommended you to take our motor boat after breakfast so we can drop you off to the airport at any time your flight is scheduled for.
  • Motorboats spend around $100 USD of gasoline per hour of transportation, we can open a new boat deperture for free if a minimum of 8 passengers want to leave from the natural reserve.
  • If you are 2 people, we can arrange a motor boat to start the tour at anytime your flight arrives, for solo traveler please arrive before 9:30 am or let us know so we can manage in advance to join you to a group
  • In case you want to leave the natural reserve at any time, we can rent a private boat for you, but it will cost $100 per hour depending on Jungle hotel location and it is  required to pay in advance

Departure Point
Traveler pickup is offered
Padre Aldamiz International Airport (Puerto Maldonado)

Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability

Not wheelchair accessible

Note: departure to the airport on day 3 will take place right after breakfast. Please plan your departure flight accordingly

It is recommended you bring light pants, long sleeved shirts, hiking shoes, rain jacket, day pack, flashlight, binoculars, pocket knife and insect repellent

Minimum age is 5 years old

Maximum luggage per person is 30 pounds (15 kg) Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants

Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking

Note: to conserve energy, the power is turned off for a short amount of time in the afternoon. Due to this, it is possible the lodge will be hot during this time.

Not recommended for travelers with back problems

Not recommended for pregnant travelers

No heart problems or other serious medical conditions

Most travelers can participate

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 9 travelers

If you cancel at least 90 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.

If you cancel within 40 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee. If you cancel between 40 and 90 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee. Learn more about cancellations. (All tickets are non refundable)

The answers provided below are based on answers previously given to customers’ questions.

What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during this tour?

The policies on face masks and attendee health are: Face masks required for travelers in public areas Face masks required for guides in public areas Face masks provided for travelers Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival

What is the policy on sanitization during this tour?

The policies on sanitization are:

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas Gear/equipment sanitized between use

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

What is the social distancing policy during this tour?

The policies on social distancing are:

Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons

What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during this tour?

The policies on staff health & safety are:

Guides required to regularly wash hands Regular temperature checks for staff

Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms

What is the maximum group size during this tour?

This activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers.

What kind of weather can we find in the Amazon Jungle? It is sunny year-round, and like any other tropical rainforest, it can be hot and humid. The average year-round temperature is 27°C (80°F), with nights being slightly cooler. December to June is the rainy season, with April and May experiencing more rain, and temperatures normally between 23°C (73°F) and 30°C (86°F). July to November is the dry season, with temperatures from 26°C (78°F) to 40°C (104°F).

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