Another day to keep on exploring this secluded place on Earth.
Journey on a long trek through into the Tambopata National Reserve towards lake Sandoval. Here you will understand why the Madre de Dios is called the biodiversity capital of Peru, while learning about the reserve’s conservation efforts and the lake’s formation.
Navigate by dugout canoe across this mirror-like oxbow lake that is home to the endangered giant river otter, the blue and yellow macaw, the red howler monkey, the black caiman, and one of the world’s biggest freshwater scaled fish, the paiche.
You will return to the lodge for lunch. Make sure to gain some serious energy because the Inkaterra canopy walkway & anaconda walk await for you after lunch.
In this visit, you’ll take a 20-minute ride by motorized canoe to the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway Interpretation Center where you will learn about the walkway’s construction and the various conservation projects of ITA-Inkaterra Asociación (NGO).
Ascend one of the two 98-foot towers and cross the 7 hanging bridges that connect the treetops at 91 feet high. Enjoy the breathtaking vistas and get the chance to watch white-throated toucans, woodpeckers, trogons and squirrel monkeys.
After descending, keep on feeling the incredible primary rainforest energy as you traverse along the 650-foot wooden bridge over the swamps.
At night, get ready for another adventure called the Rainforest by Night excursion, where you will explore the Amazon rainforest as it gives way to nocturnal animals who display intriguing behavior patterns, and enhanced senses as an adaptation mechanism. Listen to the sounds of nocturnal nature come to life, and penetrate this hidden world. Return to the lodge and enjoy a nice dinner.