Price: S/. 1125 soles per person
Duration: 3 Days
Locations Visited : Camping Place, Macaw clay lick
Where to sleep: 2 night in Tents
Transportation: Bus, Boat trip
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Your guide will be waiting for you at the bus terminal, airport or pick you up from your hotel and
will take you to our office in Puerto Maldonado. Here we are going to check in and do some last minute shopping for things we might have forgotten such as batteries, repellent, water, snacks or
rain poncho. Then we will go to the river port from where we will take our motorized boat to travel for 4-6 hours, lunch on board. We will travel through 3 rivers: Madre de Dios, Piedras
and Pariamanu, this last river is one of the most beautiful rivers where it is possible to observe the jungle from both sides of the boat, it is possible to observe during our trip, native
families, wood extraction activities and mining, then we will arrive at our camp where we will settle, after settling in we can do an introductory walk to the Amazon, depending on our arrival
time at the camp, this will be a great opportunity to learn about the ecosystem of this area, which is rich in giant chestnut trees and to see the Brazil nut, after dinner we will take the boat
to go observe caimans (alligator) that become visible in the dark with the help of our flashlights, then we will spend the night in our comfortable camp. In order to get up early the next day and
be able to go and observe the macaw clay lick
We will leave very early before breakfast to be able to see the first show, the arrival of parrots and parakeets, they usually arrive earlier than the macaws, after seeing these small parrots and seeing the macaws arrive, we will have our breakfast watching the arrival of The macaws that begin to arrive in pairs and settle in the trees near the clay lick, then when there is a large group of around 100 to 200 macaws, they will come down to eat the clay, a multicolored spectacle of flights and screams. This is a show you will never forget. After observing this wonderful macaw clay lick, we will return to the camp for a rest since we have gotten up early to see this spectacle. After lunch, we will travel in our boat for about 15 minutes, to visit a family of locals (López family) where we will visit a small Lake, (the lakes are formations of the meanders of the rivers). We will paddle in this small lake and be able to see a variety of birds, monkeys and maybe with luck a tapir that usually prowls this small lake. Return to our camp. Then we will do a night walk to see species that are only visible at night in the Amazon, return to the camp for dinner, we will spend the night in our comfortable tents.
We will see the macaw clay lick again, to be able to have the opportunity to see them again if we were unlucky the previous day, great day to be able to see them again.
Pariamanu clay lick
The Pariamanu clay lick is an approximately ten meter high bank of a lateral arm of the Pariamanu River, where various species of parrots and macaws gather in a magical display. The most famous visitor is the red and green macaw. These birds have to gather every morning to feed on the clay before flying in search of fruits and seeds in the jungle. This show lasts between one and three hours and follows a specific order. Small species like parakeets and parrotlets arrive first, later parrots appear to be eventually followed by significantly larger macaws bringing this exceptional explosion of color and sound to a dignified end. Back to our camp we will have lunch, after lunch, return to Puerto Maldonado, and from there to the bus terminal, airport and / or hotel
All meals (vegetarian optional) 3 lunches, 2 dinner, 2 breakfast
Transfer to airport to the jungle
Accommodations, 2 night in tents
First aid kit
Rubber boots in the rainy time
Tips for the staff
What do you need before to adventure in the jungle?
Bug spray, repellent with more than 30% of deed
Empty water bottle for refuel
Binoculars we recommend 8x40 or 10x50 for the macaw clay lick
Plastic back for your binoculars or camera
Small backpack for trekking