Collpa Chuncho

Amazon Basin

One of the best clay licks in the Reserva Nacional Tambopata, where you can see the colorful cacophony of feeding macaws for which the Tambopata region is renowned. The admission charge is what you need to pay to get into the reserved zone for two to three days, but covers you for Collpa Chuncho however long you want to stay.

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