Tucan Travel Peru
Our Adventure Tours to Peru feature a 3 day / 2 night excursion into the Tambopata nationwide Reserve in Madre de Dios region of Peru, staying at the Eco Amazonia lodge approximately 1 ½ hours motorised canoe ride from Puerto Maldonado. Part of this journey could be undertaken in a land car, depending on the season. Additionally, there are Add-ons bundles offered to this lodge. This excursion is present as an optional additional on Overland Tours and Budget Expeditions.
Eco Amazonia is unique for the reason that it is the owner of and safeguards an animal sanctuary known as Monkey Island, 5 minutes from the lodge and found in the heart associated with Madre de Dios river. In one place in the area, there is a feeding area where your naturalist guide will create meals to entice the monkeys ahead down and eat. Because of this it is possible to understand various types of monkeys particularly maquisapa, martin, little lions, frailes, achué and ronsocos at very close range.
The guide will also show and inform the group about various form of woods and medicinal plants available in your community. Throughout your visit you've got the chance to just take a trek into the jungle, checking out marsh areas, heavy vegetation and huge trees. You additionally have the chance to enjoy panoramic views from an observation point close to the Apu Victor Lake and take a boat ride to take into consideration giant otters along with other unique wildlife. You could spot area parrots, guacamayos, toucans, camungo, shanshos, herons, also pets like caimans, turtles, butterflies and an enormous selection of wild birds.
Accommodation is on a twin or multi-share foundation, with bedding and towels, mosquito nets and candle lights or oil lights supplied. Most cabins have actually ensuite bathrooms with cold or tepid working liquid, a toilet and bath. Electricity is only available for a short period in the morning and night. All meals are supplied and there is a bar onsite selling alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.
Most useful time for you to visit the Peruvian Amazon
Even though it is generally more straightforward to happen to be the Peruvian Amazon through the dried out period, there's very little variation in heat over summer and winter, so that the best time for you to travel is whenever it suits your schedule well. It rains throughout every season so always bring a rain jacket or poncho as well as perhaps waterproof pants regardless whenever you travel.
During dried out period, typically June to September, abrupt friajes (cold fronts) bring rain and cold temperatures to Tambopata / Madre de Dios, especially in July, so it pays become ready when it comes to worst. Conditions can drop from 32°C (90°F) to 10°C (50°F) overnight. However, there are a lot fewer mosquitoes hence will make the feeling much more comfortable.
The jungle experiences its wettest months within the period of December through May, but also then the rainfall rarely falls for over a couple of hours at a time. But lots of people choose to see during the wet-season as a result of the higher liquid quantities of jungle rivers.