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Peru Expeditions Trip 6days

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Peru Expeditions Trip: Tambopata-Bahuaja Project, Peruvian Amazon Althelia has participated in a US$12 million investment programme in Madre de Dios Peru, to finance and safeguard the long-term conservation of 570,000 hectares of natural forest in the National Reserve of Tambopata and Bahuaja-Sonene National Park. This investment is implemented on the ground in partnership with a leading Peruvian  which has 27 years of expertise in implementing and managing community- based sustainable development projects, and the Ministry of Environment’s (MINAM) National Service for Natural Protected Areas (SERNANP), which supervises and manages Peru’s national protected areas. The total investment in the project will be spread over 7 years, and includes Althelia investment of US$7m secured by verified carbon units resulting from avoided deforestation. The Tambopata and Bahuaja-Sonene protected areas in the Peruvian Amazon are considered as the biodiversity capital of Peru and one of the world’s most important biodiversity hotspots, but the areas are under continued threat of deforestation and forest degradation from migratory slash and burn agriculture and illegal gold mining has designed a strategy in partnership with the public and private sectors, based on conservation and local sustainable development. As part of  mandate to achieve conservation and sustainable economic development of the area, a strategy has been designed and successfully validated under the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) and Carbon, Community and Biodiversity (CCB) Standards at the Gold level. The project will result in the long-term protection of the Tambopata National Reserve and Bahuaja-Sonene National Park, its wildlife and the people living within and around the
Reserve and Park. Althelia’s investment, which aligns environmental conservation and economic development, finances biological monitoring, scientific research and surveillance of the core protected area, as well as providing the necessary financial resources to improve the agricultural practices of more than 1,100 small farmers and their families living in the area surrounding the protected areas. These improvements include the installation of up to 4,000 hectares of agro-forestry systems based on fine and aromatic cocoa trees as well as the establishment of a smallholder cooperative that will enable more optimal management of harvesting, processing and commercialisation of cocoa. At full scale, the investment will produce at least 3,200 tonnes per annum of certified zero-deforestation organic and Fairtrade cocoa to empower the long-term financial and environmental sustainability of the area, its ecosystems and its population strategy will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 450,000 tonnes per year, contributing to climate change mitigation as well as generating significant co-benefits for wildlife, communities and the environment

Short Descriptions of the Peru Expeditions Trip 6d/5n
Length: 6 Days/5 Nights
Type of service:Private or Group
Location :Southern Peru, Madre de Dios Department, Puerto Maldonado, Tambopata National Reserve, Sandoval Lake Reserve
Activities  :Amazon Trip,Chuncho Clay-Lick, El Gato Waterfall, Sandoval Lake, palm clay-lick, daily and night walking
Altitude: 400 m.a.s.l.
Best time to visit: March – October
Departure: Every day
Minimum of participants:2
Maximum of participants:10
Price per person:USD

Itinerario to Peru Expeditions Trip 6d/5n

1 day
• Trip in our car about 3 hours until tambopata river
• Trips in our boat to Tambopata river
• Acommodation in our hostel after lunch
• Exploring the Tambopata Reserve
• Dinner, night walk
2 day
• 4:00 a.m. on our boat trip up the Tambopata River
• 6:00 a.m. observation of macaw clay lick
• breakfast, fishing and hiking
• lunch in our Lodge
• Visit the waterfall to Tambopat River
• night activiti
3Day
• walk in the primary forest and lake
• Travel by boat and car to reserve Lake Sandoval
• Lunch on the trip
• Island monkeys
• 5 km walk and canoe
• acommodation in ourLodge private room and shower
• Nightlife canoe
Day 4 :

Today leave early from our Lodge to go see the palm tree clay lick eating every morning
• Breakfast in the lodge
• Visit Sandoval lake to see Giant River Otters, Birds, Reptiles ,Turtles ,Alligator ,
• lunch Free time
• Esoteric Bath
• we will explorer flora fauna walk t
• Today we will see alligators in our canoe paddle
Day 5 : Breakfast
• Long walk to see wildlife
• canoe trips Remo
• Monkey Island and Adventure Canopy Zipline
• Walking through the jungle observing the flora and fauna
• Evening Activity
Day 6: Breakfast
Birdwatching
• Return to our boat to the city of Puerto Maldonado to the bus station or airport

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Itinerary Amazon Expedition – Macaw Clay-Lick of Chuncho

Day 1: Tour To Puerto Maldonado Peru Expeditions Trip :
Day 2: Tour  Peru Expeditions Trip Macaw Clay Lick Chuncho Tambopata :
Day 3: Tour Peru Expeditions Trip Tambopata Macaw Clay Lick and Sandoval Lake Reserve :
Day 4: Tour Peru Expeditions Trip Macaw Palm Tree and Giant River Otters :
Day 5 : Tour Peru Expeditions Trip  Piraña Fishing :
Day 6 : Tour Peru Expeditions Trip  Return to Puerto Maldonado :

Amazon Trip to Macaw Clay Lick Chuncho

Day 1:
Tour To  Puerto Maldonado Peru Expeditions Trip:
We pick you up from the airport terminal / coach Puerto Maldonado to take our first office, where you can leave their unnecessary things for the trip. Then you get in our private car that will take you an hour’s drive along a dirt road watching the changing along the way, as different types of forests, traditional farms growing bananas and citrus, cattle ranches nature, streams, etc.
Then we come to the Infierno, where the port of Puerto Nuevo is. We board a boat there and sail for about 2 hours watching the wildlife around the river banks, especially birds such as herons a jabiru, a macaw, a kingfisher, and some mammals, for example, a capybara and a tapir. We can also observe white alligators and turtles in the afternoon we arrive at our hostel which is located along the Rio Tambopata then we settled in our respective rooms and lunch and a short break as well. Empesaremos afternoon to explore the flora and fauna where we will see different species that inhabit the Tambopata Nature Reserve and Medicinal Plants, trees 600 years old Almendrillos (Dipteryx odorata, reaching up to 100 meters), chiguaguacos or lapunas, .Monos Birds, Reptiles Insects etc then return to our hostel dinner and night walk

Day 2:
Tour Peru Expeditions Trip Macaw Clay Lick Chuncho Tambopata :
We will leave early for the Rio Tambopata with an address from the mouth of the river Malinowski, a place following TOWER point of control. Having gone through it, we are given the opportunity to visit a local center also interpretation. Then we continue the trip, while we can see a change of scenery as the Tambopata river now flows faster and fans in many branches that create forested floodplain, lined with large pebble beaches islands.
This is a perfect place to see capybaras, Orinoco geese, cormorants or alligators. After 3 hours of sailing, we reached today’s destination – the famous Chuncho’s Clay Lick! There, we find a good viewpoint to better observe this special and unforgettable show full of colors and sounds as flocks of parrots, macaws, parrots and other animals gather every morning to eat clay to help them digest and down the toxins contained in trees and jungle plants.
The birds arrive there between 5 and 9 am before flying to look seeds and fruits in the jungle. The first visitors are generally smaller species such as parakeets, parrots, and then produced only to be followed by significantly larger macaws representing an explosion of colors and sounds! When the show, we re-board the ship sailing downstream for 3 hours until we return to our lodge for lunch then it ends we prepare for our next trip, this time to the splendid waterfall of El Gato! So we will take the boat to sail upstream from Tambopata River for about two hours to reach the waterfall and Cat to enjoy an unforgettable bath! In the afternoon return to our hostel after
Optional: A night watching alligators in the Tambopata River.

Day 3:
Tour Peru Expeditions Trip Tambopata Macaw Clay Lick and Sandoval Lake Reserve :
After breakfast, we will take the boat to sail for 10 minutes and then cambiarel ground transportation for two hours to the Port Captaincy of Puerto Maldonado. There, we board a boat again and navigate the Madre de Dios river where different species to the brink of the river is observed after half an hour, we arrived at the checkpoint Sandoval lake reserve.
We passed a check and started walking for 5 km to reach the Lake Reservation Sandoval where we take a canoe Remo to reach our Hostel Maloka Sandoval There, we settled ourselves and after lunch we return sailing on the lake to see typical inhabitants – giant river otters, black caiman, a prehistoric bird hoatzin, herons, kingfishers, etc. After this activity, return to our lodge for dinner
By the nights we will make the nightlife in our canoe to paddle where alligators are nocturnal animals, birds, monkeys where l Our naturalist guide explains about these animals are appreciated. Overnight at the lodge.

Day 4:
Tour Peru Expeditions Trip Macaw Palm Tree and Giant River Otters :
Today we get up early around 5.00 am where Sandoval lake, where a large number of different palm trees grow in the water creating a swamp area is visited. This place is called Lick Palm trees and attracts several species of macaws and other parrots eating sawdust from his palms, as it contains sodium, calcium, potassium and other minerals that help digest. So we return to the farmhouse to be given breakfast. Later, next trip we will observe the flora and fauna of the reserve awesome Sandoval Lake.
We can see monkeys, deer, wild pigs, tapirs and spectacled bears, just to name a few. For lunch, we returned to the lodge. Then we have given some free time to relax or enjoy a swim in the lake Sandoval (do not worry, no piranhas or other dangerous animals during the day). Then we board a boat to cross the lake to a place where we can better appreciate a beautiful sunset over the lake 0.00 pm At 7 pm we returned to our hostel for dinner. After waiting for the moonlight we will take our canoe to paddle to seeing alligators again segir

Day 5 :
Tour Peru Expeditions Trip  Piraña Fishing :
Today after breakfast we will get up for a walk then return to the lodge for breakfast. Then we prepare to exit the Tambopata National Reserve “Sandoval Lake” to return to our lodge in the Madre de Dios River where we will catch our boat to take us, after settling into our comfortable lodge, and lunch, we climb a tower 27 meters high, comfortably climb the tower, which will allow us to reach a suspension bridge, and the launch pad of the tracer, first we cross the bridge over the trees 89 meters long reaching a height of 37 meters in the middle of the main branches of an ancient tree, great opportunity to see animals that are impossible from the ground, an unforgettable experience, then the guide more and attendees will prepare us to feel pure adrenaline, using all attachment security will make a slip by a cable and we feel like a bird flying over the forest, over 190 meters in a few seconds. We guarantee 100% safety, fun and lots of adrenaline produced by Adventure. Dinner and overnight in our comfortable hostel is located along the Rio Madre de Dios.

Day 6 :
Tour Peru Expeditions Trip  Return to Puerto Maldonado :
After breakfast, we will travel by motorized canoe to Puerto Maldonado “Office” coordinating flight time and / or Bus can stay in the facility
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Included in the Tour Peru Expeditions Trip :
Professional guide;
Transport MotorBoat and car
Transfer Round Trips
Meals: 5x Breakfast, 5x Lunch 5x Dinner and drinking water (Note: vegetarian option on request at no additional cost);
Accommodation: 5 nights in the lodge;
First aid kit, including a venom extractor, treating mosquito bite and an antidote for snakebite;
Radio communications;
Rubber boots.

Not included in the Tour Peru Expeditions Trip :
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
Entrance Fee to  tambopata reserve ansd and sandoval lake .

What to bring with you to Peru Expeditions Trip :
Mosquito repellent (recommended at least 35% !!)
Original passport,
Small backpack,
Long-sleeved cotton shirts (preferably green)
Long cotton pants,
Long cotton socks (to be put on the pants)
Comfortable walking shoes,
Sandals or light shoes,
Rain gear (for example, rain poncho)
Bathing suits;
Binoculars (also rented)
Camera and charger,
Plastic bags to be used for clothing and a camera,
One hat as protection against sun or rain,
Small towel,
Toilet paper,
Sunscreen,
Sunglasses,
Flashlight (battery replacement)
A mineral water (1 liter minimum)
Pocket money (soles) to buy some drinks

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why Peru and the Tambopata? Steeped in pre Columbian history, Peru is a land of rich cultural heritage, archaeological treasures, astounding natural diversity and magnificent colonial cities. Add to all this the most strikingly familiar image of South America
TAMBOPATA NATIONAL RESERVE AND RIVER
In 1990, the Peruvian government set aside 75,000 hectares to protect the watersheds of the Tambopata and Candamo rivers. The area, called the Tambopata National Reserve, is adjacent to the Bahuaja Sonene National Park and is located in Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios, Peru. This land contains some of the last untouched lowland and premontane tropical humid forests in the Amazon. This Connecticut – sized area of pristine forest contains 1300 bird species, 32 parrot species (10% of the world’s total), 200 mammal species, 1200 butterfly species and over 10,000 species of vascular plants. The Tambopata River, which flows from the eastern slope of the Andes along the border of the Puno Region and through the Tambopata National Reserve, offers thrilling Class II-IV Andean whitewater. The area passes through virgin tropical rainforest and some of the most pristine and unspoiled areas in the Amazon basin. Bordering Peru and Bolivia, the wild, remote and 2 unspoiled river offers the only access to a spectacular display of tropical plants and animalspecies. AMAZON South America is home to the largest contiguous tropical rainforest in the world the Amazon rainforest. The Amazon spreads across much of South America, including Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Boliva, Brazil, Venezuela, Guyana, Surinam, and French Guiana. The Amazon basin has been continuously inhabited for more than 12,000 years.WILDLIFE The region includes more than 570 species of birds, 1200 butterfly species and many animal groups, like the howler monkey, tapir, capibaras, macaws, giant otters, black and white caiman, ocelot, and jaguar.The adventure visits the “Colpa of the Guacamayos” (Macaw Lick), the largest known Macaw Lick in the world. On any given morning, hundreds of Macaws and other parrots visit the lick for its salty rich clay. This is one of the greatest birding spectacles in the world and provides a once lifetime opportunity for photographers. HISTORY For many, the first word that comes to mind when thinking of Peruvian history is “Inca”. Certainly, the Inca civilization is the most studied and well recognized of South America’s pre – Columbian cultures, but Peru’s first inhabitants were nomadic hunters who are believed to have migrated across the Bering Straight and into the Americas about 20,000 years ago.Domestication of the llama, alpaca and guinea pig began by about 4000 BC and, around the same time, people began planting seeds and learning simple horticulture methods.Various forms of the Andean staple, the potato, began to be grown as a crop around 3000 BC and weaving and fishing became commonplace. Between 2000 and 1000 BC, ceramics began to evolve from basic, undecorated pots to sculpted, incised and simply colored pots of high quality. Weaving and fishing also improved, as well as horticulture due to the development of irrigation. Toward the end of this period, agricultural terraces began to be constructed in the highlands.
Between the initial years of civilization in Peru and the rise and fall of the Inca Empire, many cultures shared in the development of weaving, pottery, agriculture, religion and architecture. But for all its greatness, the Inca Empire existed for barely a century. Beginning in the 1430s, the Inca conquered most of the cultures in the area stretching from southern Colombia to central Chile. Like the Wari before them, the Incas imposed their way of life on the peoples they conquered and created magnificent cities with impressive urban developments. Thus, when the Spanish arrived, most of the Andean area had been politically united by Inca rule. (For more information on the history of Inca and post- Inca civilization in Peru please refer to our recommended reading list).
ARCHAEOLOGY :Peru is unequalled in South America in its archaeological wealth and many experts find the ancient sites and cultures as exciting as those of Central America, Egypt and the Mediterranean Learning about and visiting these centuries – old ruins is an extraordinary supplement to this program.
CULTURE :Peru is multicultural society, with one part containing predominately white and mestizo middle
and upper classes, and the other made up of mostly poor Amerindian campesinos. Ninety percent of the population is Roman Catholic, and soccer and bullfighting are among the most popular pastimes. Traditional Andean music is popularly referred to as musica folklorica and is frequently encountered at street fairs and fiestas. The most representative wind instruments are quenas and zampoñas. Although string instruments were introduced by the Spanish, musica folklorica groups make use of the charango a tiny 10 stringed guitar with the box traditionally made of an armadillo shell. Percussion instruments include drums madefrom hollowed out tree trunks and stretched goatskin and rattles of goat hooves. Peruvian crafts are based on pre – Hispanic necessities such as weaving, pottery, and metallurgy. Today, beautifully colored woven cloth is seen in traditional ponchos, belts,rugs and tapestries. Pottery and jewelry are based on ancient designs.
GEOGRAPHY: Peru lies in the tropics, just south of the equator, and can be divided into three distinctly different
geographical regions: the Pacific coastal strip, the Andes Mountains and the Amazonian lowlands. On the coast, the capital city of Lima and the world class Pacific surf are mainly desert, extending south to Atacama Desert, one of the driest places on earth. Second only to the Himalaya, the Andes rise to over 18,000 feet just miles from the Peruvian coast with year round glaciers above 15,000 feet. This rugged Andean landscape boasts dramatic jagged ranges separated by deep, vertical canyons, rewarding you with the incredible mountain scenery that is the backdrop for mu
ch of our adventure. The eastern slopes of the Andes are cloaked in green cloud forests receiving abundant rainfall asthey drop into the fabled Amazon Basin. Over half of Peru lies within the vast wilderness of the Amazon Basin, penetrated by few roads a nd houses and less than 5% of the country’s population. However, there are thousands of animal and bird species that call the remote jungle home, making Peru one of the most biologically diverse nations on the planet

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