Enjoy your rainforest travel experience by walking the banks
of the meandering Madre de Dios River. Wake to a symphony of tropical birdsong,
end your days by lantern light and fall asleep to the gentle sounds of the
Amazon rainforest. Exotic yet accessible, Reserva Amazonica Lodge is situated
in a private reserve adjacent to Tambopata National Park in the southern Peruvian
Amazon Basin. Guided walks by day and night will help you discover some of the
1,000 flora species, 300 butterfly species and more than 300 bird species that
make their home here. Thirty-five private thatched roof cabanas offer simple
comfort and feature screened porches and hammocks, tropical ceiling fans, warm
water showers, lantern light, low-impact electricity, organic bath products,
robes and slippers.
Available only with the Air Inclusive Package.Single supplement:
Breakfast will start at 5 a.m. and continue until 10 a.m.
Today, you can enjoy an excursion to Lake Sandoval. After a 30-minute boat ride
to the Tambopata National Reserve, wildlife surrounds you during a 1 ½ - hour
walk along two miles of trails to reach the lake. Then glide in a wooden canoe
across a beautiful, mirror-like, oxbow lake that is home to the endangered
giant river otter, as well as red howler monkeys, macaws, prehistoric hoatzins,
anacondas, point-tailed palm creepers and side-neck turtles. Spend two hours on
the lake enjoying all that it has to offer.
After lunch, discover the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway &
Anaconda Walk. A five-minute boat ride takes you to the Inkaterra Canopy
Interpretation Center. After ascending the first tower, at 95 feet above the
forest floor, you will literally walk through the treetops for 1 ½ - half hours
along suspension bridges that link eight observation platforms. Enjoy
landscapes and vistas that would be unimaginable from below, while on the
look-out for giant strangler fig trees, orchids, toucans, woodpeckers, trogons
and –with luck- monkeys or sloths. After your descent from the Canopy,
experience the Anaconda Walk for about 30 minutes along the 760-foot long
wooden bridge over the Aguajales swamps. In this lush ecosystem, you may
observe the various species of amphibians, birds and mammals along with the
abundant flora of this flooded marshland. The walk finishes by returning to the
Dinner is in the main dining room tonight. Then to sleep
among the sounds of the Amazon!
Day 2 - Peruvian Amazon Extension departs for home
After breakfast, spend the morning relaxing. You may
purchase a snack or lunch at the Lodge, but the Lodge will need to know by
10:00 am of that morning if you wish to do so.
You may also choose to wait and purchase a sandwich at the Butterfly
House upon your return to Puerto Maldonado.
In the early afternoon, transfer by boat and van to the
Puerto Maldonado airport for your flight home via Lima. Upon arrival, check in
to comfortable rooms for day use.
Tonight, dinner is at your leisure before returning to the airport for
flights departing in the late evening.
Day 3 - Peruvian Amazon Extension arrives home
Flights arrive in the U. S. this morning, allowing for