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Tucked into remote South-eastern Peru, Madre de Dios borders the department of Cusco to the west, and Bolivia and Brazil to the east. The Puerto Maldonado surroundings offer some of the best wildlife viewing in the Amazon basin including The Manu National Park, a protected area half the size of Switzerland, and the Tambopata-Candamo Reserve, sheltering dozens of endangered species. Enjoy exploring trails deep inside the pristine jungle and its amazing flora and fauna.

Price per Person Twin Rooms Single Rooms
Land Only From: $ 000.00 From:$ 000.00
 Day 01 / Puerto Maldonado

Transfer from Puerto Maldonado airport to dock for a 3-hour boat ride down the Tambopata River to the lodge. Introductory walk to the flora and fauna of the deep jungle. In the late evening, opportunity to enjoy the sounds of the jungle (L, D)

 Day 02 / Macaw Clay Lick

5-hour boat ride up the Tambopata River will take you to the collpa, where you will see thousands of macaws and other parrots feeding on the mineral rich, red clay 50 meter (170 ft.) high cliff. Camp overnight at a nearby beach. (B, L, D)

 Day 03 / Collpa

Early morning collpa experience before returning to the lodge. (B, L, D)

 Day 04 / Cocococha Lake

Four mile hike to the Cocococha lake where you will observe exotic plants and animals. Free afternoon. (B, L, D)

 Day 05 / Puerto Maldonado
Return to the Puerto Maldonado airport for departure flight (B)*Daily departures.