We offer diverse activities for traveler with different interest so if you looking to travel,
Enjoy the view that seldom is possible to be seen from the rainforest floor, The Tower comprises different viewing platforms that overlook the lakes and unparalleled pristine rainforest allowing visitors of all ages to access the various levels of the rainforest – from the forest floor to the uppermost reaches of the canopy. offering stunning 360-degree panoramic vistas of the canopy life and also allowing guests to track birds, monkeys, and lizards in their natural habitats.
This activity was exclusively designed for our tourist, the caves it’s near and easily accessible from Lodge Guadalupe (5 minutes walk), the route goes along the fresh and crystalline creek that emerges our from the Bamboo forest, the caves remain as a natural formation that holds some interesting and rare creatures that have evolved in the darkness like the uncertain number of species of bats, whip spiders or tailless whip scorpions, centipedes. During the night time exploration dwarf caimans and the bizarre, water opossum. Tourists interested in looking to explore the caves should wear the wellington/rubber boots that are provided by the lodge, You can go ahead to explore it unless you are not afraid of being close to these creatures so flashlights are essential.
Explore the garden at Guadalupe Lodge where you will be able to learn about the medicinal plants that have been used for centuries in the Amazon rainforest, the chocolate trees, coca leaf, annatto and most of the tropical fruits that grows at the vicinity of the lodge.
Just floating around the lake will be one of the joys of the Amazon experiences, the forest around the lake its interesting habitats to see most of the aquatic birds, Horned Screamer, Hoatzin, Caciques, Flycatchers, Oropendolas, and species of monkeys such as capuchins, squirrel monkeys, extended tours into the Manu National Park and Tambopata are ideal for observing the giant river otters and large black caimans.
We’ll have access to different types of embarkations depending on the lake for Machuwasy lagoon in the Manu Cultural Zone, there will be small rafts made of balsa wood tree, and large catamarans (two large canoes connected by wooden planks) for Salvador and Sandoval oxbow lakes with chairs set up for bird and wildlife viewing which makes paddling around the lake easily and comfortably.
Macaw Clay Lick
Macaw Clay Lick
The Clay licks are steep walls of red clay caused by erosion along riverbanks. The name comes from the animals they attract: parrots who flock there by the hundreds to eat the clay every morning.
Scientists don’t know exactly why parrots do this, but they suspect it has to do with mineral deficiencies. Whatever the case, the birds’ strange habit provides human visitors to the Tambopata National Reserve and Manu National Park is a rare chance to see this many exotic parrots up close and personal. The clay lick here is the largest in the world, meaning that it provides birdwatchers with the chance to see more of the colorful parrots than anywhere else.
The bright reds and blues of the parrots’ feathers stand out against the muddy wall. The birds are mostly macaws, though smaller parrots and mealies of all sorts group at the clay lick as well. The sound of flapping wings and screeching birds is apparently deafening, which only adds to the view.
Explore the rainforest walking outdoors on a trail, or off the trail, for recreational purposes and to look for wildlife along with your experienced guides who will look for the most reclusive and rare creatures that can be seen in the rainforest, the guides will also explain further about the medicinal plants that are very useful in the local culture, These hikes can be planned on flat or hilly terrain so before to go ahead with it. Your guides will offer an introductory speech that can better describe the conditions of the trails in advance and what would be advisable to wear for certain activities.
Our nature walks are specially developed hiking trail or footpath that runs through the primary rainforest that offers good possibilities to observe the local fauna, which there are marked stations or stops next to points of fauna and flora interest.
In the night at Amazon rainforest, many creatures emerged out from their hide, during day time the remains almost invisible and most of them well camouflaged in the dense vegetation so sounds from amphibians, grasshoppers start chorusing and surrounded by hundreds of jungle sounds and with the help of powerful lights, you enter a world inhabited by the most unique, diverse and shy night creatures. Many animals, especially insects, amphibians, and reptiles, hide from predators during the day, the activity also consist in searching for caymens along the creeks and swamp
River Boat Journeys
River Boat Journeys
The riverboat in the Amazon Rainforest it’s moving along the brave or calm rivers, you can enjoy the spectacular views along of rainforest, the sunrise and sunsets are glorious and great for photography. Most of the wildlife observation can be also achieved from the boats that offer a wide view of both sides of the river banks. Tourist have seen several times the most emblematic wildlife from the commodity of the boats, large black caymans, jaguars, ocelots, tapirs, harpy eagle, sloths
The boats are fully equipped with spare engines for longer journeys into the Manu National Park and roofed to prevent any sudden weather change, the seats are individual and comfortable they are adjustable, lifejackets are provided before the travel.
Wildlife Rescued Centre
Wildlife Rescued Centre
The 2 Loritos project its runs by a local family, involving some volunteers from abroad, the task force of the projects its to helps animals wounded and later be released into the wilderness, here you can some wildlife at close range, at least 5 species of monkeys, sloths, 3 species of large macaws, wild pigs, tapir, boa constrictors and other interesting wildlife.