Amazon Wildlife Peru Travel

Sandoval Lake Lodge, Amazon Peru, Amazon Wild, Tambopatata Travel

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A traveler without observation is a bird without wings on Amazon Wildlife Peru

Amazon Wildlife 3days/2n.- Easier said than done. Aside from insects, the creatures of the jungle are an elusive bunch, and unlike along the river bank, where on the way up we had spotted several breeds of monkey, Macaw, Black-and-white Caiman, as well as a family of over-sized, guinea pig-like Capybara, within the rainforest you need the eyes of a Harpy Eagle to spot as much as a squirrel. This is no photo-safari in Amazon Wildlife.

Travel to Amazon Widlife.- Adventure and Kept awake only by dint of the mosquito bites sustained overnight, I suddenly spy the orange coat of a Howler Monkey hanging upside down in a tree, no more than 10 feet away of amazon.

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Amazon Wildlife – Tambopata 3 days

Macaw & parrot survey – Amazon Wildlife: Work was conducted at the Las Piedras Biodiversity Station on the Las Piedras river, south eastern Peru into macaw and parrot activity at clay licks and their distribution patterns in the surrounding forest in terms of forest type – Amazon wildlife. This study supports the work of previous studies which show that parrots and parakeets feed mostly in the early morning (before 07:00), while large macaws feed later in the morning (around 09:00) – Amazon wildlife.

Parrot and macaw feeding can occur at several closely located clay licks simultaneously in Amazon wildlife. Parrot feeding activity is affected by a variety of sources of disturbance, including weather (especially fog), vultures, birds of prey, and boat traffic. Birds arrive at clay licks in smaller groups than are observed departing due to the effect of antipredator activity (or flushing). While waiting to feed, birds engage in a variety of preening and social preening behaviours – Amazon Wildlife. Trends in encounter rates during afternoon censuses for dusky-headed parakeet, blue-headed parrot and red-and-green macaw matched trends in feeding activity observed at the clay lick for the period of the study. More encounters with birds were obtained in floodplain forest compared to terra firme and seasonal swamp forest – Amazon Wildlife.

The floodplain forest also had the highest fruit index, mostly due to the large number of fruiting palms – Amazon Wildlife. This study highlights the problems associated with censusing parrots in the afternoon, comparing three commonly used census techniques (long watch, variable circular plots and variable distance line transects). A relative index based on call frequency should not be used to compare relative abundance between species as call volume and frequency strongly biases results towards larger and more vocal species (Amazon wildlife).

Mammal survey – Amazon Wildlife: This study is part of a longer term investigation into the impacts of logging and associated subsistence hunting on mammalian populations in forest adjacent to the Las Piedras river, southeast Peru, and reports on data collected during the first three years. Data were collected using standardized line-transect census techniques for 16 species of medium to large bodied mammals and four species of hunted birds. Preliminary results show increases in abundance for many of the bushmeat species suggesting that hunting reduced population abundance, but not to an extent that made recovery impossible (Amazon wildlife).

Caiman survey – Amazon Wildlife: Caimans are a genus of crocodilian found throughout the Amazon basin. Numbers of caiman, particularly white caiman (Caiman crocodilus), also known as spectacled caiman, and black caiman (Melanosuchus niger) have been declining in recent years due to overhunting for their skins and meat by humans – Amazon Wildlife. Both species are now listed on CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species). This project surveyed the local population of caimans along a section of the Las Piedras river, southeast Peru and found white caiman to be the most abundant species, with an abundance of 4.93 individuals per kilometre. The survey also made an attempt to map individual territories (Amazon wildlife).

AMAZON WILDLIFE 3DAYS72NIGHT

  • Length of tours: 3 Days/2 Nights in Amazon Wildlife ;
  • Type of service: Private or Group in the Tours Amazon Wildlife;
  • Location trip: Southern Peru, Madre de Dios Department, Puerto Maldonado, Tambopata National Reserve,  Sandoval Lake Reserve
  • Trip Activities:  Exploring  Amazon Wildlife, Monkey Island, Sandoval Lake Reserve Center , 2 Night  Amazon Wildlife, Parrot Clay Lick, Puerto Maldonado Market.
  • Altitude: 400 – 3,600 m.a.s.l.
  • Best time to visit: March – December with Tours to Peru,
  • Departure Date: Every day of the year with tours to Peru – Amazon Wildlife
  • Minimum of participants tours: 2 paxs
  • Maximum of participants tours: 10 paxs
  • Price per person for tours: 00 USD

 

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Amazon Wildlife 3 days and 2 nights

Tour Day 1 : Exploring  to Amazon wildlife  Center :

Reception at the airport. Transfer to our office located in the city of Puerto Maldonado. Luggage which you don’t need during your stay in the Amazon Wildlife can be kept in our storage room to facilitate the transport. Embarkment at the port “Puerto de Capitanía” towards our Lodge in Amazon Wildlife  40 minutes of navigation on the Madre de Dios river. Arrival at the facilities of the Lodge Corto Amazonía Lodge, where you will be received with a refreshment of natural fruit of the season where our guide will give you the necessary information for your stay and hand over the keys to your bungalow and security safe, followed by the lunch and some time to rest until the first excursion 3:30 pm: Departure for your first contact with the Amazon Wildlife Ccenter whre the  guide will show you tropical trees, medicinal plants and the exuberant nature of the 60-hectare-area of Corto  Amazonía Lodge where we will have a short stop at a viewpoint where toucans and other birds can be spotted. The duration of this hike is 2 to 3 hours after we will Back at the Lodge, whre you can relax at the pool or in the hammocks on the terrace of your bungalow, savor an exotic cocktail at the bar, enjoy a relaxing massage by our qualified staff, visit our shop for a handcrafted souvenir of the Rainforest Amazon Wildlife or head to the riverside to view the breathtaking sunset. 7:00 pm: “Caiman Safari”. Before dinner, we will leave for a nocturnal boat trip to observe caimans and, with a bit of luck, other animals which populate the riverbank.

Included Night Activity in the Amazon Wildlife ;

Tour Day 2 : Amazon Wildlife   to Sandoval  Reserve Center and Monkey Island  :

Today we need wake up at 5:30 am for some coffee or tea before leaving for Lake Sandoval where our guide will hand out a breakfast snack for the excursion. 6:00 am after roughly 20 minutes of navigation on the river Madre de Dios, arrival at the landing stage of Lake Sandoval Reserve :During a 3 km hike through whre you will see and know the exuberant vegetation, we will enter the territory of Tambopata National Reserve, where you will have the chance to admire giant trees, snakes, monkeys (squirrel monkeys, howler monkeys and capuchin monkeys) and various birds (notably the Hoatzin – also known as the stinkbird -, kingfishers and snakebirds). Once on Lake Sandoval Reserve Center , we will navigate in small rowing boats, searching for the giant otters. We will also have the possibility to spot caimans, piranhas and a variety of birds. We will then stop at a rest area, a typical construction for the region with hammocks, lavatories and a bar, where you can eat breakfast, rest and collect your strength for the way back to the landing stage and the continuation of the journey to Monkey Island. On Monkey Island where you will know about 5 species of monkeys live in the Amazon wildlife . The animals are used to visitors and can come very close. Therefore, it is very important to always follow the instructions of your guide.
1:30 pm: after we ll return toourLodge for lunch. 3:30 pm: after lunch gain we can visit of one of the two lookout towers of Corto  Amazonía Lodge, with a height of 20 and 42 meters and designed for birdwatching and viewing of other types of animals living at this altitude whre you will enjoy an incredible view of the sunset. (The guide will consult the guests on their preferences and adapt this excursion accordingly.) You will then have some free time to enjoy the pool or a massage, get refreshed at the bar or visit our souvenir shop. 8:00 pm: Dinner

Included Night Activity in the Amazon Wildlife:

Tour Day 3 : Amazon Wildlife to Parrots Clay Lick and Visit of Market in Puerto Maldonado:

Today we ll wake up at 5:30 am for some coffee or tea before leaving for a 20 minutes walk to the clay lick, where you will have the possibility to observe 3 to 5 types of parrots in the Amazon Wildlife  the parrots come to the clay lick to ingest a particular kind of clay, to be found in certain areas of this region, and vital for the regulation of their metabolism with a colorful and veritable delightful and exciting event. 8:00 am: after  where you ll have free time After breakfast, transit to the city of Puerto Maldonado in our boats. One of our vehicles will receive you at the port. After a short stop at our office, we will drive to the local market where the population supplies itself with food and other products. During a short visit, you will be able to appreciate the different typical products of the area. We will then head to the airport for the check-in and registration of your respective flights

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Included in the Amazon Wildlife 3 days:

  • A professional naturalist Tour Guide Speak English ;
  • Motorboat transportation:
  • Private vehicle land transportation;
  • Meals: 2x Breakfast, 2x Lunch, 2x Dinner  (Please note: vegetarian option upon request for no extra cost!);
  • Accommodation: 2 Nights in the Lodges Amazon Wildlife ;
  • First aid kit, including a poison extractor, mosquito bite treatment and an antidote for a snake bite;
  • Rubber boots.

Not included in the Amazon Wildlife 3 days:

  • Entrance fees to  Sandoval Lake Reserve;
  • Any flight nor airport departure taxes;
  • Travel insurance;
  • Vaccination;
  • Breakfast on the first day and dinner on the last day;
  • Drinks;
  • Tips to local staff.

What to take with you  Amazon Wildlife  3 days:

  • Mosquito repellent (DEET 35 recommended as a MINIMUM),
  • Original passport,
  • Small backpack,
  • Long sleeved cotton shirts (preferably green coloured),
  • Long cotton trousers,
  • Cotton long socks (to be put into your trousers),
  • Comfortable walking shoes,
  • Sandals or light shoes,
  • Rain gear (e.g. rain poncho),
  • Sweater (for the beginning of the tour in Andes and the cloud forest only),
  • Swimsuits;
  • Binoculars (we also rent it),
  • Camera and its charger,
  • Plastic bags to be used for clothes and a camera,
  • A hat as a protection against the Sun or rain,
  • Toiletries,
  • Small towel,
  • Toilet paper,
  • Antibacterial gel,
  • Sun cream,
  • Sunglasses,
  • Flashlight (with spare bulb and batteries),
  • 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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