Sandoval Tambopata Tour
Wild Amazon Expedition
Macaw Papagaien Lecke & Sandoval See
5 Tage / 4 Nächte
Dies ist eine neue Tour, für eine authentische Regenwald Wildniserfahrung zu machen und eine gute Gelegenheit, einige der Tiere, die hier im Tambopata Regenwald noch vorkommen zu sehen.
Ein komplettes Programm, das den Komfort der Lodges mit eine Nacht im Zelt (Camping) in dem Bahuaja Sonene Nationalpark zu verbringen. Deutschsprachige Führer oder Verlängerung auf Anfrage möglich. Das Reiseprogramm (englisch) ist unter dem Kontaktformular.
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Day 1 Transfer to Wasaí Tambopata Lodge
Arrive in the jungle town of Puerto Maldonado. You will be met at the airport and transferred to the WASAÍ Maldonado Ecolodge. After a refreshing drink you will make the 3 ½ hours journey up the Tambopata River into the primary rainforest of the Tambopata Reserve Zone with the opportunity to see local communities and wildlife along the banks of the river. You will arrive at the WASAI Tambopata Lodge in the late afternoon.
After refreshments you will go on a short introductory night walk into the forest to look for some of the nocturnal creatures. Overnight at WASAI Tambopata Lodge. (BL, D)
Day 2 Night at the campsite Tambopata
You will awake in a beautiful natural environment with the chanting of the oropéndola sand other exotic birds.Those who wake up early will be able to contemplate the landscape and take amazing pictures in the paths within the lodge or from our viewpoint, while enjoying a freshly filtered coffee or some infusion.
After breakfast, we will cross the Tambopata River to visit the Gato Streamwhich presents a beautiful cascade between the months of December and March (Rainy season). Those who wish can do this course by Kayak (*), canoe or by motorized boat.
With some luck, we will be able to watch some animals during the way. We will also take advantage of this ride andtry to fish some piranhas and visit some local plantations. After lunch, we will embark the boat and head to the Bahuaja Sonene National Park where our campsite is located. During the journey we will pass through beautiful and pristine landscapes, with few or none human presence whatsoever, areas destined exclusively to conservation and eco-tourism, giving us an excellent opportunity to watch birds and animals such as capibaras, jaguars, turtles, caimans, etc. As the afternoon falls, we will arrive to campsite Tambopata Wildlife Center located in Malinowski River, where we will settle our encampment in the midst of the ju ngle, betweengiant trees and accompanied by the sound of the wilderness. After accommodating our tents we will walk to “La Torre” viewpoint,which provides an amazing view of the sunset in the confluence of the Alto Tambopata and Malinowski rivers. After that we will go on night walk towards the Mammal Claylick where we will try to spotsome nocturnal mammals that visit the Collpa to eat clay or hunt some prey.At night, after dinner, we will light a campfire under the moonlight. Camping night at Tambopata Wildlife Center (B, L, D)
Day 3 Visit Macaw Clay Lick
We will be awaken by the sounds of the howler monkeys by dawn, soon to be joined by the sound of other animals waking up and birds flying across the morning red sky. We will take a light coffee or some infusion to start our 25 minute ride upstream headed to the
El Chuncho Great Macaw Claylick, inside the Bahuaja Sonene National Park. We will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery of one of the most pristine forests in the world and watch some wild fauna at the river Banks, such as capybaras, river turtles and caimans.
At our arrival, if the weather conditions are favorable, we will be the privileged spectators of one of the most amazing shows of wildlife: hundreds of parrots and macaws gather together to feed from the clay of the cliff, offering a great show of colors and sounds. A unique experience that you will never forget! After taking light refreshment, we will walk across the river beach in search for animal tracks. Once the walk is over we will initiate our way back downstream the Tambopata River, towards Tambopata Wildlife Center campsite where we will share a more consistent breakfast.
We will return to WASAI Tambopata Lodge through the Tambopata River, where we will take a rest. Those who wish can swim in the Lodge’s dock before lunch. After lunch, we will do an Ethnobotanical walk where we will learn about the medical plants of the region and see walking palm trees, giant lupunas, and many other curious flora species. This afternoon you may perform adventure activities (*) such as: zip-line, kayak or tree climbing. At night we will go on a boat ride in search for caymans in the surroundings of the lodge, where we will be able to get a closer look of them. Night at WASAI Tambopata Lodge (B, L, D)
(*) Adventure activities such as Kayak or zip-line have an additional cost of $ 15.00 and Tree climbing (over 50m/165 feet tall) has a cost of $ 40.00
Day 4 Visit Lake Sandoval
You will have breakfast and then make the journey back down the Tambopata River to Puerto Maldonado. You will arrive at WASAI Maldonado Ecolodge for lunch. In the afternoon you will Travel Down the Madre de Dios River and from there walk through the forest to the tranquil and beautiful Lake Sandoval. At the lake your guide will paddle you in a wooden canoe to look for Giant River Otters and birds such as Hoatzin and Anhinga. You will walk back through the forest to look for some of the nocturnal creatures of the forest and then travel back to the lodge for a final evening meal.Night at WASAI Maldonado Ecolodge. (B, L, D)
Tag 5 Transfer Ecolodge to Airport Puerto Maldonado.
Breakfast and transfer to the airport. (B)
B: Breakfast, BL: Box lunch, L: Lunch, D: Dinner.
Includes: Transfer airport – Ecolodge – airport, transportation by road and boat, lodging (02 nights at Wasaí Tambopata Lodge + 01 night at campsite Tambopata Wildlife Center in Malinowski + 01 night in Wasaí Maldonado Ecolodge located in the river banks of Madre de Dios River in the city), full board, bilingual guide and rubber boots.
(*) Adventure activities such as Kayak or zip-line have an additional and Tree climbing (over 50m/165 feet tall) also.
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