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Walkthrough this impressive field station's exclusive trails to explore the rainforest's ecosystems at this ecological reserve, where 540 bird species, 362 ant species (world record), and over 100 mammal species have been registered! Discover the incredible natural diversity of the Peruvian Amazon on this tour, where information and knowledge are at the forefront, with the luscious and colorful jungle as your backdrop!
Start your jungle adventure with a Puerto Maldonado airport/bus station pick-up, after which you will take a motorized canoe trip down the Madre de Dios River to the Amazon research station you’ll be staying at for the next few days.
After check-in, walk through the station’s exclusive trails to explore the rainforest ecosystems, where 540 bird species, 362 ant species (world record), and over 100 mammal species have been registered.
Later, cruise on the Madre de Dios River in search of the wildlife that surfaces during the night. Identify the behavior of various animals such as capybaras, White caimans, and nightjars, as they take advantage of the dark to roam around the Amazonian riverbanks.
The station’s canopy walkway is an 1129-ft. system of 2 observation towers, 8 platforms, and 7 hanging bridges 100ft above the ground it is also a winner of the PURE Award in the ‘High Emotion/Low Impact’ category. Designed to perform scientific research on ecosystems inhabiting the rainforest canopy, this attraction contributes to birdwatching and other eco-friendly activities.
Afterward, take a 20-minute walk and visit a natural water pool known as Carachamayo. Here, you can learn about the ecosystem where these waterholes are found and about carachama fishing, freshwater fish native to the Peruvian Amazon, known for their nutritional value.
Additionally, you can choose another activity (for additional cost) to navigate beautiful Lake Sandoval by canoe, enjoy this natural water mirror surrounded by Aguaje palm trees, inhabited by giant river otters, blue and yellow macaws, hoatzins, red howler monkeys, black caimans and one of the world’s biggest freshwater scaled fish: the paiche. Access to discretion during the rainy season.
At night,, head out for a walk through the jungle. While walking under the tree shades that intensify the Amazonian darkness, tune in your senses to identify the lively sounds of birds, mammals, insects, and amphibians that wander around the forest during nighttime.
After checking out of the research station, enjoy your breakfast. You will return to Puerto Maldonado via motorized canoe, where you may spend the afternoon at the beautiful Butterfly House or choose to be dropped off at the airport or bus station, after which you are free to continue on to your next destination. Safe travels!
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