3-Day Amazon Jungle Small-Group Tour

Multi-day & Extended Tours in Amazon Basin

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Travel down the Madre de Dios River and explore the Amazon jungle. Visit the Monkey Island and its population, the Tambopata Candamo National Reserve, and the diverse of its Lakes and rivers, all of which have a variety of species to offer and delight the sight.
ItineraryDay 1: Day 1 : Arrival To The Lodge And Caiman Cocha (Ecoamazonia) Stop At: Tambopata Reserve Tours, Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios RegionDay 1 : Arrival To The Lodge And Caiman Cocha (Ecoamazonia)Overnight in Amazon (Altitude: 500 m. - 1640 ft)Upon your arrival in Puerto Maldonado, Peru’s capital of biodiversity, we will welcome you at the airport.Then, we’ll start our program by visiting the city on a bus. Then, we will go to Puerto Capitanía, the port where our riverboat will be waiting for us. We will sail across Rio Bajo Madre de Dios (Winding River) until arriving at our lodge, 30 km away from Puerto Maldonado City. On our way, you will be able to observe rural lands destined to agricultural and livestock activities near the city. If the weather is good, you will sight colorful plants like the large-flowered heliconias, and you will have the chance to observe diverse animals such as the capybaras, caimans, water turtles, herons, cormorants, carrion birds and birds of prey. Upon the arrival at our lodge, you will be welcomed with delicious Amazon tropical fruit nectars and taken to your comfortable room (bungalow) reserved for the occasion. Once you are settled in the room, a hearty lunch will be served for you in our warm, rustically designed dining room. In the afternoon, our specialized guide will take you through an interpretive trail, conveniently signposted, to Caiman Cocha, a little lagoon where you will have the chance to observe the black caiman and the common caiman, as well as efficient predators located at the top of the food chain. They feed on a rich water fauna—mainly represented by fish— that inhabits the pond. At dusk, you will witness the spectacular sunset over the Amazon region, an experience full of color in overwhelming ranges and intensities. Back in the lodge, a delicious dinner will await you and you will have free time to share unforgettable moments at the bar, equipped with an excellent game room and all the drinks you can imagine. The night fauna will lull you to sleep with the melody of a huge number of bird songs and calls.Duration: 1 dayMeals included: • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: Eco Amazonia LodgeDay 2: Lost Cocha (Ecoamazonia - Ecologico)Stop At: Tambopata Reserve Tours, Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios RegionThe magic begins with birds singing from the Amazon paradise, waking up to the howler monkey calls. A hearty breakfast will provide you with the necessary energy for a morning full of new experiences. LOST COCHA After breakfast, we will start an adventure in the virgin forest, accompanied by a local guide, we’ll go on a hike in the deep forest: we will cover very well preserved prepared trails of our interpretive tour. On our way, we will cross temporary watercourses called tributaries through very well-kept bridges, and we’ll witness the widest range of flora and fauna in the wild. We’ll identify a great variety of ornamental plants with unparalleled beauty. En route to the Lost Cocha, we will see diverse species of medicinal plants and fruit trees that support the animal populations in the Amazon forest. With luck, you’ll get to see bigger mammals, like the jaguar or Peruvian jaguar, the Brazilian tapir and the white-lipped peccary; rodents like the giant otter, the capybara, the spotted paca and the armadillo; primates like the coto or howler monkey and the squirrel monkey; reptiles like the iguana and the Bothrops atrox; amphibians like the toad, and birds like the guan, the partridge, the golden parakeet and the scarlet macaw. The rivers leave behind wetland systems, lakes, ponds, and bends, like the spectacular Lost Cocha. Wetlands play an ecological role of great importance since they represent a substantial biological source with endemic species. They are the shelter of mammals. These swamps comprise 60% of the area protected and restored by Eco Amazonia Lodge. The presence of moriche palm is very important for Amazonian ethnic groups. It is a mystery plant considered the mother of the forest or the tree of life. The swamp is home of jealous guardians like the jaguar, feline considered son of the swamp; the anaconda, the world's biggest snake; the owl that sees everything from its dwelling at the top of the trees, to cure all ills, and the black caiman, guardian that punishes those that dare to steal the female moriche palm fruit. Once in Lost Cocha, we will go up to an enormous observation platform. From this lookout, you will see the enormous surface that this magic place covers and where you can see two types of swamps: thick and mixed. Then, we will take a pleasant walk around the Lost Cocha and with luck, you’ll get to see the "giant otter” or Pteronurabrasiliensis, the biggest in its type and one of the most impressive animals of the Amazon region. Back in the lodge, you can enjoy an exquisite lunch. In the afternoon, you have free time to take pictures around the lodge, and you will have the possibility to visit the botanical garden and observe our medicinal plants and fruit trees. MONKEY ISLANDIn the afternoon, joined with our specialized guide, we will visit the Monkey Island, few minutes away from the lodge in the center of Madre de Dios River. This island shows an enormous variety of exuberant flora and hosts numerous primate specimens like the black spider monkey, the black-cap capuchin monkey, the squirrel monkey and the lion monkey. Also other species of little mammals like the ring-tailed coati (nasua nasua), the squirrel and an enormous variety of colored birds.Finally, we will complete our visit to the island, enjoying a sunset with the most impressive dusk in the jungle.Back in the lodge, you will taste an exquisite dinner.Duration: 1 dayMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: Eco Amazonia LodgeDay 3: Transfer Back To Puerto MaldonadoStop At: Tambopata Reserve Tours, Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios RegionAfter a refreshing night´s sleep, the loud vocalizations produced by the supersized voice box of the howler monkey will greet you good morning. In our dining room, a hearty breakfast will wait for you before going back to Puerto Maldonado.Duration: 1 dayMeals included: • BreakfastNo accommodation included on this day.

What’s included

  • 2x Breakfast
  • 2x Dinner
  • 2x Lunch
  • Accommodation included: 2 nights
  • 2 nights accommodation in the Eco Amazonia Lodge
  • Local taxes
  • National Park fees
  • 2x Breakfast, 2x Lunch, 2x Dinner
  • All activities
  • Local guide
  • Professional English-speaking guide
  • Boat excursions
  • Round-trip airport transfers included
  • Entry/Admission - Tambopata Reserve Tours
  • Entry/Admission - Tambopata Reserve Tours
  • Entry/Admission - Tambopata Reserve Tours

What’s not included

  • Gratuities
  • Domestic Flights

Highlights

  • Close encounter with wildlife
  • Get inside tips from a local
  • Get up-close to native wildlife
  • See native wildlife in their natural environment
  • Small group ensures personal service
  • All entrance fees included
  • Airport transfer
  • All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
  • Breakfast included
  • Led by a local guide
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Small-group tour
  • Travel by boat and see the sights from the water
  • A la carte dinner included
  • A la carte lunch included

Itinerary

Day 1: Day 1 : Arrival To The Lodge And Caiman Cocha (Ecoamazonia) Stop At: Tambopata Reserve Tours, Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios Region Day 1 : Arrival To The Lodge And Caiman Cocha (Ecoamazonia) Overnight in Amazon (Altitude: 500 m. - 1640 ft) Upon your arrival in Puerto Maldonado, Peru’s capital of biodiversity, we will welcome you at the airport.Then, we’ll start our program by visiting the city on a bus. Then, we will go to Puerto Capitanía, the port where our riverboat will be waiting for us. We will sail across Rio Bajo Madre de Dios (Winding River) until arriving at our lodge, 30 km away from Puerto Maldonado City. On our way, you will be able to observe rural lands destined to agricultural and livestock activities near the city. If the weather is good, you will sight colorful plants like the large-flowered heliconias, and you will have the chance to observe diverse animals such as the capybaras, caimans, water turtles, herons, cormorants, carrion birds and birds of prey. Upon the arrival at our lodge, you will be welcomed with delicious Amazon tropical fruit nectars and taken to your comfortable room (bungalow) reserved for the occasion. Once you are settled in the room, a hearty lunch will be served for you in our warm, rustically designed dining room. In the afternoon, our specialized guide will take you through an interpretive trail, conveniently signposted, to Caiman Cocha, a little lagoon where you will have the chance to observe the black caiman and the common caiman, as well as efficient predators located at the top of the food chain. They feed on a rich water fauna—mainly represented by fish— that inhabits the pond. At dusk, you will witness the spectacular sunset over the Amazon region, an experience full of color in overwhelming ranges and intensities. Back in the lodge, a delicious dinner will await you and you will have free time to share unforgettable moments at the bar, equipped with an excellent game room and all the drinks you can imagine. The night fauna will lull you to sleep with the melody of a huge number of bird songs and calls. Duration: 1 day Meals included: • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: Eco Amazonia Lodge
Day 2: Lost Cocha (Ecoamazonia - Ecologico) Stop At: Tambopata Reserve Tours, Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios Region The magic begins with birds singing from the Amazon paradise, waking up to the howler monkey calls. A hearty breakfast will provide you with the necessary energy for a morning full of new experiences. LOST COCHA After breakfast, we will start an adventure in the virgin forest, accompanied by a local guide, we’ll go on a hike in the deep forest: we will cover very well preserved prepared trails of our interpretive tour. On our way, we will cross temporary watercourses called tributaries through very well-kept bridges, and we’ll witness the widest range of flora and fauna in the wild. We’ll identify a great variety of ornamental plants with unparalleled beauty. En route to the Lost Cocha, we will see diverse species of medicinal plants and fruit trees that support the animal populations in the Amazon forest. With luck, you’ll get to see bigger mammals, like the jaguar or Peruvian jaguar, the Brazilian tapir and the white-lipped peccary; rodents like the giant otter, the capybara, the spotted paca and the armadillo; primates like the coto or howler monkey and the squirrel monkey; reptiles like the iguana and the Bothrops atrox; amphibians like the toad, and birds like the guan, the partridge, the golden parakeet and the scarlet macaw. The rivers leave behind wetland systems, lakes, ponds, and bends, like the spectacular Lost Cocha. Wetlands play an ecological role of great importance since they represent a substantial biological source with endemic species. They are the shelter of mammals. These swamps comprise 60% of the area protected and restored by Eco Amazonia Lodge. The presence of moriche palm is very important for Amazonian ethnic groups. It is a mystery plant considered the mother of the forest or the tree of life. The swamp is home of jealous guardians like the jaguar, feline considered son of the swamp; the anaconda, the world's biggest snake; the owl that sees everything from its dwelling at the top of the trees, to cure all ills, and the black caiman, guardian that punishes those that dare to steal the female moriche palm fruit. Once in Lost Cocha, we will go up to an enormous observation platform. From this lookout, you will see the enormous surface that this magic place covers and where you can see two types of swamps: thick and mixed. Then, we will take a pleasant walk around the Lost Cocha and with luck, you’ll get to see the "giant otter” or Pteronurabrasiliensis, the biggest in its type and one of the most impressive animals of the Amazon region. Back in the lodge, you can enjoy an exquisite lunch. In the afternoon, you have free time to take pictures around the lodge, and you will have the possibility to visit the botanical garden and observe our medicinal plants and fruit trees. MONKEY ISLANDIn the afternoon, joined with our specialized guide, we will visit the Monkey Island, few minutes away from the lodge in the center of Madre de Dios River. This island shows an enormous variety of exuberant flora and hosts numerous primate specimens like the black spider monkey, the black-cap capuchin monkey, the squirrel monkey and the lion monkey. Also other species of little mammals like the ring-tailed coati (nasua nasua), the squirrel and an enormous variety of colored birds.Finally, we will complete our visit to the island, enjoying a sunset with the most impressive dusk in the jungle.Back in the lodge, you will taste an exquisite dinner. Duration: 1 day Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: Eco Amazonia Lodge
Day 3: Transfer Back To Puerto Maldonado Stop At: Tambopata Reserve Tours, Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios Region After a refreshing night´s sleep, the loud vocalizations produced by the supersized voice box of the howler monkey will greet you good morning. In our dining room, a hearty breakfast will wait for you before going back to Puerto Maldonado. Duration: 1 day Meals included: • Breakfast No accommodation included on this day.
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