For an adventurous jungle camping trip in the Amazon Basin of Peru, join us to experience its amazing wildlife, including the colourful Macaws. You will see a huge variety of birds, fish, mammals and flora. At night, we observe alligators on the banks of the river and during the day we visit the colourful Macaws and Monkey Island. This is the most bio-diverse region of Peru’s Amazon and you will experience a sample of it, on this exciting trip.

Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights

Departures: All year round

Fitness Level: Moderate

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Day 1: Puerto Maldonado – Pariamanu River

Airport reception and transfer to “Puerto Pastora” to take our boat down the river Madre de Dios and Las Piedras River to the mouth of the river Pariamanu, where we have our first camp. At night, we will do the traditional «Caimaneo» that is, observe alligators on the banks of the river. During the trip, we will see a great diversity of flora and wildlife such as capybaras, birds such as eagles, vultures and parrots, alligators, giant trees and many other species.

Day 2: Pariamanu River – Macaw´s “Collpa”

After breakfast, we continue our river journey for about three hours to reach the macaw clay lick place where we set up our second Pariamanu camp. Then we take a walk through the forest to appreciate the great diversity of medicinal plants and chestnut trees or Brazil nuts, birds and animals such as monkeys, peccaries and other species. Return to camp for lunch and take a short break. In the afternoon, we fish in the river for piranhas and at night visit a small mammal´s collpa (shelter). Return to camp.

Day 3: Macaw´s “Collpa” – Stones River

After breakfast, we visit the “collpa” (shelter) of the Macaws and parrots. We observe the activity for just over two hours, we will see how the birds peck the clay cliffs that are rich in salts and minerals, especially calcium. The clay serves to neutralize the toxins that their bodies receive when they eat the green fruits. Then we return to visit a small lake that has a variety of birds and other species, hopefully we can see otters. We continue on to the island of monkeys and camp here. Optional “caimaneo” (alligator fishing).

Day 4. Monkey Island – Lake Sandoval

After breakfast, we visit Monkey Island, where we can see different species of monkeys such as spider monkeys, capuchins, marmosets and “wasitas”. We head to the entrance of the lake and trek for one and a half hours to reach our last camp. We walk to the jungle and take a canoe round the lake, to observe a great diversity of flora and fauna. In the evening, we observe black caimans in the lake.
Day 5. Lake Sandoval – Puerto Maldonado – Airport
After breakfast, we return to Puerto Maldonado and transfer to the airport.


• Transfers from airport to lodge and back to airport
• All Meals
• Guided tours
• Camping equipment and porters
• River and road transport
• Admission to the Tambopata – Candamo/Bahuaja–Sonene region


• Air ticket and airport taxes
• Bottled water

PRICE: US$615.00 per person

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Note: The price is based on sharing a two person tent. A single supplement applies, if you don’t want to share your tent.

Note: The price is an estimate and is subject to change slightly until your reservation is confirmed.