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Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife  .

Thank you for the warm welcome to Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife ! We’re excited to embark on this captivating journey with you. Your detailed Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife  itinerary promises a truly immersive and adventurous experience in the Tambopata region. From the serene sunrise on the Tambopata River to the vibrant display of parrots and macaws at the Collpa, and from learning about local economic activities to the possibility of encountering remarkable wildlife, this tour is bound to create lasting memories.

Exploration of the Chuncho Clay Lick  : Your day will begin early as you venture into the jungle in search of the renowned Tambopta Rainforest Wildlife Chuncho Clay Lick. With experienced and nature-passionate guides, you will make your way to this special location where this extraordinary phenomenon occurs.

Multicolored Morning Spectacle: As you arrive at the Chuncho Clay Lick, you will witness a breathtaking scene. Birds, including parrots and macaws, gather on this salt wall to feed and socialize. Under the morning light, the colors of their plumage reflect and dance in a vibrant symphony of tones, creating a truly magical image.

Natural Wonder and Photography: You will have time to appreciate the beauty and diversity of these birds as they gather and engage in their morning activities. Capturing this spectacle in photographs will be a unique opportunity to carry memories of this one-of-a-kind moment in nature with you.

Passionate Guides: Local guides will share their deep knowledge of the region’s fauna and flora, as well as fascinating insights into the behavior of the birds and their relationship with the clay lick. This immersion in nature will allow you to better understand the ecosystem and delicate balance that exists in this environment.

Thrilling Adventure and Reflection:Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife .

As the sun rises in the sky and the birds commence their daily activities, you will feel a connection with the energy and life that saturate the jungle. The experience at the Chuncho Clay Lick will not only be an exciting adventure but also an opportunity to reflect on the beauty and fragility of our natural surroundings.

Lasting Memories: After this incredible experience, you will return filled with awe and gratitude for having witnessed one of nature’s marvels in all its splendor. The memories of this special day at the Chuncho Clay Lick will endure in your memory and inspire you to appreciate and protect the unique biodiversity of the tropical rainforest.

Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife .

  • Length: Tour Full Day  Tour .
  • Type of service: Private or Group Wildlife
  • Location the wildlife tour : Southern Peru, Madre de Dios Department, Puerto Maldonado,  Reserve walking tour .
  • Activities in the tour : Wildlife Trips  , Night walk, Macaw Caly Lick  , Tambopata Tour .
  • Altitude Wildlife: 139 – 400 m.a.s.l.
  • Best time to visit Wildlife tour: All Year
  • Departure Tour : Every day
  • Minimum of participants in the jungle wildlife: 2
  • Maximum of participants Amazon: 10
  • Price per person in this tour :
  •  Departure  this tour  : Daily
  • Physical Demand  in the wildlife : None


Itinerary Tour

Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife .

Tour  Full day Tambopata macaw clay lick Chuncho

Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife  – Departure (3:00 AM): Your day begins with a prompt pickup from your hotel at 3:00 AM ,start the trips Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife . A private 4×4 vehicle awaits to transport you on a captivating journey into the heart of Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife. The initial drive will take approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes, setting the stage for the adventure ahead.

Embankment and River Journey: Upon reaching the embarkation port, you’ll board a waiting boat for a mesmerizing journey upstream along the Tambopata River. As dawn breaks, you’ll witness the sunrise painting the

sky with hues of orange and gold, while the tranquil river guides you deeper into the rainforest. Along the 1 hour and 30 minutes journey, your eyes will be treated to the natural wonders of the Amazon.

Wildlife Exploration and Lodge Arrival: En route, you might be fortunate enough to spot various creatures such as colorful birds, capybaras, and White caimans. The lush banks of the river might even reveal the majestic presence of a jaguar or an anaconda, a rare yet exciting sight. Upon arriving at your Lodge, you’ll be immersed in the enchanting ambiance of the Amazon.

Clay Lick Chuncho Experience:

One of the highlights of the day is the visit to the clay lick at Chuncho. Here, you’ll witness a breathtaking spectacle as parrots and macaws of vibrant green, red, and yellow hues gather. Their mesmerizing flights and resounding calls

create a symphony of nature’s beauty. Your guide will explain the fascinating reason behind this daily gathering, enriching your understanding of this incredible phenomenon.

Breakfast with a View: Enjoy a hearty breakfast while still immersed in the surroundings of the clay lick activity, allowing you to savor the beauty of nature at its finest.

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Educational Stop and Local Activities: As you journey back downriver towards the Lodge, a brief stop at a checkpoint will provide an opportunity to explore a small museum. Here, you’ll delve deeper into the

intricacies of the rainforest ecosystem and its conservation efforts. Continuing on, your next adventure involves a refreshing swim in the pristine waters of a stream or the Tambopata River itself, giving you a chance to encounter even more wildlife.

Lunch and Cultural Insight: Relish a delicious lunch that re-energizes you for the upcoming activities. A short walk follows, during which your guide will provide insights into the local economy and activities, including

agriculture, Brazil nut harvesting, and gold mining. The diverse array of plants and species surrounding you will offer a firsthand glimpse into the rich biodiversity of the area.

Return Journey:

As the day draws to a close, you’ll gather your memories and belongings for the return journey. A boat ride downstream for about 50 minutes ushers in a serene farewell to the Tambopata River. The 2-hour and 40-minute ride back to Puerto Maldonado city concludes your unforgettable adventure.

Transfer and Conclusion: Upon arrival in Puerto Maldonado, you’ll be transferred to either the bus terminal or your hotel, marking the end of a truly immersive and captivating Full Day Tambopata Macaw Clay Lick Chuncho

Tour. This journey has not only deepened your connection with the natural world but also offered insights into the intricate relationship between humans and the rainforest ecosystem.


In the Full Day Chuncho Clay Lick Tour, you will embark on a truly magical adventure as you immerse yourself in the wondrous atmosphere of the jungle and intimately connect with the birds and their unique environment.

Includes not Includes

Included In Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife . .

  • A professional naturalist Tour Guide;
  • Motorboat transportation for  wildlife .
  • Private vehicle land transportation for the tour ;
  • Meals: 1 breakfast  1x Lunch in wildlife tour , 
  • First aid kit, including a poison extractor, mosquito bite treatment and an antidote for a snake bite;
  • Radio communications for the tour ;
  • Water in your trips amazon wildlife .
  • Rubber boots trekking Wildlife  .

Not included in the Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife . .

  • Any flight nor airport departure taxes in tour ;
  • Travel insurance in your trips wildlife ;
  • Vaccination jungle  wildlife;
  • Drinks;
  • Tips to local staff.
  •  last day  dinner ;

What to Take With You to the Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife .  .

  • Mosquito repellent (DEET 35 recommended as a MINIMUM!!),
  • Original passport take for the trips  wildlife  ,
  • Small backpack bring  with you 
  • Long sleeved cotton shirts (preferably green coloured) for the tour wildlife.,
  • Long cotton trousers  ,
  • Cotton long socks (to be put into your trousers),
  • Comfortable walking shoes for tour rainforest,
  • Sandals or light shoes for the jungle ,
  • Rain gear (e.g. rain poncho) during the trips
  • Sweater (for the beginning of the tour in Andes and the cloud forest only),
  • Swimsuits;
  • Binoculars (we also rent it) by this rainforest hikking wildlife  ,
  • Camera and its charger take  for tour  ,
  • Plastic bags to be used for clothes and a camera  bring with for the  trek ,
  • A hat as a protection against the Sun or rain by this rainforest t,
  • Toiletries,
  • Small towel,
  • Toilet paper,
  • Antibacterial gel,
  • Sun cream  you use in tour ,
  • Sunglasses for hikking in forest tour  ,
  • Flashlight (with spare bulb and batteries) you take with for the tour amazon,
  • A bottled water (1 litre as a minimum),
  • Pocket money (Soles) to buy some beverages and souvenirs as well as to tip.





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Note Wildlife – Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife .

This tour is for those who only have 1 days and want to visit the macaw clay lick. The tour consists of leaving very early from the port city, in the tour you will have the security of observing hundreds of macaws on the clay wall in nature  jungle tour on is the big one .

During the boat trip the tour will enjoy the sunrise which is the most wonderful. The tour can be done 1 day before when you are in Puerto Maldonado.

Macaw clay lick tour. It is a special place on the tour we will have a specialized guide. amazon wildlife tour made this special program for lovers of the and the amazon wildlife.
tour is included the entrance,

Macaw Clay Lick Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife . .

Rise early to witness a spectacle of nature– a tumultuous gathering at a clay lick of brightly – colored macaws and parrots, often congregating in the hundreds to ingest minerals in the clay that neutralizes toxins in their diet. This 

extraordinary wildlife display occurs at only a handful of sites on the upper Amazon wWildlife Basin, and is one of the largest known macaw licks in the world. Our guides carry a tripodmounted spotting scope to view the action up-close or

obtain the perfect telephoto picture with even the simplest camera macaw clay lick  Tour .

Amazon Wildlife -Macaw Clay Lick – :

It is up through the Tambopata river (motor outboard) with a time of approximately 4 hours and 20 minutes, (passing through the Control Post and La Torre Surveillance), before reaching the Macaw Clay Lick Chuncho –  there

are camps already established at Banks of the river where the visitor can spend the night and appreciate between 5 and 9 am diversity of macaws and parrots in the activity of Tambopata Wildlife  Macaw Clay Lick Chuncho  .


Despite having a wide geographic range, macaws have evolved specific nesting, foraging, and congregating niches, making them very vulnerable to habitat change resulting from deforestation, land development, and changing

ecosystems to macaw clay willdife . Different species of macaws inhabit ecosystems including palm swamps, savannah, lowland and upland rainforests, macaw clay lick chuncho yet in all cases macaws are very dependent on

their ecosystem because they have evolved  specific nest niches and feeding associations. Scarlet macaws in the Madre de Dios region of Peru are no exception: the single most paramount factor for the macaw population is a

mature primary rainforest willdife where the macaws can nest and forage in widlife . Scarlet macaws have evolved to nest in mature tree cavities with preference to the genus Dipteryx, offering height protection from predators and

hard, slow rotting wood.In addition, scarlet macaws, which mate for life, use the same nest site to fledge many generations in macaw  expedition rainforest  wildlife. Thus without a mature forest, scarlet macaws clay chuncho are

physically incapable of breeding because of lack of suitable nesting sites. Similarly, the foraging behavior depends of mature forests tour  where macaws can eat fruits and palm seeds.

Interestingly, the seeds that macaws eat are toxic –

they contain chemicals such as tannins and alkaloids that ward off insects from destroying the seeds this  jungle widlife.Macaws are seed destroyers, and they overcome  the toxic chemicals by ingesting clay jungle wildlife.

from the riverbank, or clay lick, which neutralizes the toxic effects. Just as in nesting sites, macaws are very particular about clay lick sites where they will congregate, preferring hard clay with high sodium content in this clay

lick chuncho Tambopata tour  . Analysis of each subsequent macaw behavioral trait offers new insight to the particular environmental factors that make macaws very susceptible to ecological change. Scarlet Macaws in wildlife

are particularly vulnerable because of their reliance on mature trees for nesting, where other species may utilize other breeding strategies. In all cases, macaws depend heavily on specific ecological conditions, and even slight

changes to their environment can have massive impact on a population – macaw clay lick chuncho rainforest wildlife.

Macaw Clay lick  –

Macaws are key areas for conservation and tourism in southeastern Peru macaw clay lick chuncho . Previous studies by members of the Tambopata Macaw Project  chuncho have shown that the area of ​​southeastern Peru macaw clay lick chuncho Jungle Tour .

has a high abundance of bird and mammalian collpas and more bird collpas than any part of South America and probably the world (Brightsmith et al., 2009, Lee et al., 2009). These collpas are visited by several species of large

animals such as macaws, parrots, tapirs, monkeys (Alouatta and Ateles), huanganas, sajinos, deer, etc., in their desire to consume land as a supplement to their diet (Kyle 2001, Brightsmith Et al., 2009). Sandoval lake wildlife.

peru nature Amazon tambopata reserve, To himself, big cats and other predators also frequent them a lot in their attempt to get prey. Many of these animals are important tourist attractions in the region as well as important

sources of animal protein for local residents (Redford 1992). In turn, many of these species play important roles in the ecosystem, such as dispersing seeds and regulating populations through predation. Sandoval lake trips wildlife.

chuncho lodge – peru tour to Macaws chuncho with our studies also show us that the vast majority of macaws in Madre de Dios are not being exploited by humans (Brightsmith et al., 2009). This fact, puts us in a position  unbeatable from the point of view of rainforest wildlife.

Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife ..

conservation in this area wildlife , as it gives us the opportunity to study collpas in their natural state and thus be able to decide in a better way which we need to preserve in its pristine form and which we can manage sustainably

For ecological and anthropological benefit. Because of the importance of macaws clay lick chuncho lodge for the area

and the fact that Madre de Dios is the epicenter of worldwide abundance and diversity of collpas, it is imperative that SERNANP peru nature ( chuncho lodge) and other conservation entities working in the area have a protection plan

And sustainable management of it and consider them within one of its highest strategic priorities. Even more so, the urgency of monitoring animal populations and their interactions increases because of the completion of the

construction of the Interoceanic Highway. Mapping the collpas in the Tambopata National Reserve peru nature ( chuncho lodge ) (RNTAMB) peru nature chuncho lodge and the Bahuaja  Sonene National Park peru wildlife

( chuncho lodge ) (PNBS) peru nature  ( chuncho lodge ) will allow specialists to plan joint management and monitoring strategies of the collpas as well as the animal populations of “flags” species that Use them. Sandoval lake

wild macaw clay lick chuncho lodge peru jungle tour. The purpose of this project is to determine the abundance of collpas in different sectors of the reserve wildlife trips . To do this, we present a mapping of the

reserve’s main collpas in order to provide a base of collpas that would make  it possible to design a monitoring plan for the largest, most used macaws (animal or human), more at risk and More accessible macaws. Sandoval lake wild

nature turkey macaw clay lick chuncho lodge  Tambopata Tour.


The Southeastern Jungle  Wildlife Madre de Dios -Tambopata Rainforest Wildlife .

Madre de Dios he Southeastern Jungle gives access to three of the world’s best natural wildlife Puerto Maldonado reserves: the National the  Wildlife Bahuaja-Son Bahuaja-Sonene, and the ‘Tambopata Reserve -Candamo tour . The

Manu Reserve, the national Park amazon wildlife  of combination contains six million acres, making it the largest natural reserve of its kind on the planet. More than 1,250 different species of butterflies, 20,000 types of plants,

1,000 specias of birds (13% of the world wildlife  total), 200 varieties of mammals (7% of the world total), 120 species of reptiles, and 400 types of fish have been identified here in jungle wildlife  . ‘The temperature stays between31

grados  and 19°C/88° and 66°F, usually on the higher end. But during a weather condition known as a “friaje,” where cold air Comes in from Patagonia for several days at a time, the tem- perature can drop as low as 5°C/41°F. Warm

clothes become necessary. This also contributes to the natural wildlife  diversity in the area nature wildlife . Rainy season is November-March, when water levels tend to be higher, but there is a little rain nearly every day. Access to

the area is limited. There are two major points of entry. The frontier town of tour Puerto Maldonado is the base for trips qildlife  in Tambopata and Bahuaja-Sonene and into Bolivia and Brazil tour . Manu can be accessed by road from Cuzco,

or by a plane to the Boca Manu airstrip. Either way you decide g0, the opportunities for seeing wildlife will not disappoint.


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