4D / 3N
Cusco – Peru, Tambopata – Perú
Best: March to December
When to go

2 nights at the Ecolodge, 1 night camping in the forest

Four days in the rainforest, including 1 night camping in the forest during a river journey to a natural macaw and parrot clay lick…


Day 1: River journey to lodge

After a scheduled flight and brief transfer, it is a remarkable experience to find oneself suddenly in a boat, journeying upriver through a rainforest teeming with biological diversity. After this remarkable three-hour experience you will arrive at the Ecolodge, where you will have a chance to relax before being invited to explore the surrounding forest.

Meals: lunch, dinner


Day 2: Forest, lake and river

The next day, we will spend the morning on the trails and waters of Lake Condenado, in search of typical forest fauna, before boarding our boat in the afternoon for a 2-3 hour ride between forested banks to the remote Chuncho macaw clay lick, where we will explore the surrounding forest and spend the night in our excellently equipped campsite.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner


Day 3: Spectacle of color and sound

The following day will begin before dawn for us, as we position ourselves to witness the scenes at the clay lick. Surrounded by typical rainforest flora, this river bank is visited by parakeets, monkeys, deer, tapir and peccaries, but it is the colors and sounds of the different species of parrots and macaws which make this such a dramatic spectacle. In the late morning we will return to the Ecolodge for lunch, and that evening we will search for nocturnal species along the river.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner


Day 4: Dawn river journey

Today the river will once again serve as our highway as we travel back to the town for our return flight to the outside world.

Meals: breakfast,


 All meals from lunch on Day 1 to breakfast on your final day.
2 nights accommodation and 1 night in camp.
 Entrance fee to the TNR (Tambopata National Reserve)
 All transport from your arrival to Puerto Maldonado until your departure.
 English speaking guide.
 All the assistance required

Not Included:

Flights to and from Puerto Maldonado.
 Tree climbing (with ropes and harnesses).
 Drinks (They can be purchased from the bar).

What to bring?

  • Passport and additional photocopies
  • Light-colored clothing
  • Long cotton pants
  • Long sleeved t-shirts
  • Hat
  • Boots or sport shoes
  • Shorts
  • Short sleeved t-shirts
  • Sandals
  • Wind jacket (temperatures may be lower during early morning boat trips)
  • Rain jacket or rain poncho. It can rain in the forest at any time of year
  • Swimwear for bathing in streams
  • Sun block
  • Flashlight and batteries
  • Small backpack
  • Water bottle
  • Sun glasses
  • Pocket knife
  • Insect repellent