DAY 1

Arrival and reception by our guide or transfer at the airport or bus station. Our guides are highly experienced
professionals with deep knowledge of the area and rainforest, we provide 1
guide for a group of max 8 people.Transfer from the airport to our main office in town.Upon arrival at Pto. Maldonado City, our
Transfer or guide will welcome you and drive you for a few minutes to our office in town our office we recommend you pack only the necessary stuff you need for your next few days, the main luggage can stay at our safe deposit. Transportation’s easier that way, and keep our boats and porter cargo light, we provide you duffels at the office if necessary.  Transfer from our office to Tambopata river

We navigate up the Tambopata River for about 2

hours until  Finca Sachavacayoc

On the way, we have the option of watching
birds, caimans, capybaras, and monkeys if lucky.

 Box lunch in the boat. We can customize your

box lunch with a vegetarian option.

In full company and orientation of our guide,
we get to Finca Sachavacayoc

 Accommodation and a Little rest.

After de little rest, we will go for a jungle

walk, as an introduction to nature and get familiarized with the forest
interior, wait until it gets dark to do a night walk looking for the elusive
nocturnal creatures and critters, like the impressive ground bird eating
Tarantula (as big as your hand)

 Dinner at the lodge

          DAY 2

 We will visit the spectacular Chuncho clay-
lick, the largest in the world, with the three major species of macaws getting
together at the same time, and many varieties of parrots, hundreds of parrots
come together to eat clay, a special and unique behavior that is only found in
this part of the planet.

Early departure at 4 am, then 2 hours on our
boat upstream of the Tambopata River; in order to enjoy the best of the parrot’s
show, is important to arrive early before the birds!

 We will take breakfast in the boat,

Along the journey to the clay-lick we have

great chances of seeing capybaras, Caymans and maybe if lucky Jaguar or Tapirs
(the two most special terrestrial mammal of the Amazon)

We stay in the clay lick area, if necessary

until we get to see the macaws eating clay

Return to the lodge for lunch.

 Lunch at the lodge.

 In the afternoon we will do piranha fishing in

one of the several spots we have for it, we can visit one of the lakes, if we catch them, we can bring them for dinner.

if piranha fishing it’s not for you, or you don’t like fishing at all, we are happy to remove that and organize a different activity that matches your interest 


After breakfast, we will visit the spectacular
Lake Sachavacayoc, which is in the heart of the Tambopata National Reserve, at
two hours away from the lodge (walking slowly watching things),

Sachavacayoc has very good wildlife such as

monkeys, caimans, options of tapirs, Anacondas, Hoatzin, and lots of blue and
yellow macaws roosting and nesting all over, this place gives us a unique
Jungle experience, no other lake you see so many blue and yellow macaws
roosting and nesting,

 We get there midmorning and right away we take

a paddle-canoe and leisurely enjoy the deepest and wildest jungle, watching
monkeys and macaws being loud.

 On the way back, we return to the lodge we

walk through the deepest jungle you can find

 Lunch at the lodge/to enjoy Sachavacayoc Lake better we can also take a box lunch for staying there longer looking for anacondas.

In the afternoon, optional walk to Condenado

lake (if your energy it’s still abundant) or just enjoy the comfort and leisure of
the lodge


After breakfast, we take our boat back to

Sandoval Lake, we navigate the Tambopata river (we pass by the city of Pto.
Maldonado for 2 hours until the entrance trail to Sandoval Lake. The trail
takes you on a 1.6 miles walk (2.5 kilometers) walk through a successional
forest, former Giant natural bamboo forest, habitat for monkeys, sloth and
macaws, until we reach a small canal where we board our paddle-canoes, we
paddle for 100 meters (nearly the same in yards) through a palm-forest swamp,
with an abundance of “aguajes” (mauritia Palms) those palms provide the most popular
fruit of the Peruvian Rainforest, highly consumed by locals as drinks and
Once onto the glass-like surface of the lake, we continue leisurely around the
lake to the lodge.
A briefing of the lodge at the reception area, and accommodation.
Accommodation and a Little rest, at rooms or hummocks

 Before dinner depending on arrival time, we set off to explore part of the
lake, looking for monkeys or black Cayman (black caimans are the biggest of the
Cayman and alligator family, the biggest one seen at the lake 6 meters
long/20 feet s) in the flooded palm forest we can see hundreds of Red-bellied
macaws as they return to roost. One of the few species of macaws
that lives in flocks and mauritia palm swamps such the one at
Sandoval Lake.
We also have the option of a night walk into the forest behind the lodge.
Dinner at the lodge.

        DAY 5

An early wake call and meeting at the lodges’

dining room to visit the lake for sunrise and a hopeful encounter with the
a friendly family of Giant Otters who are highly active at this time of the lake,
Giant otters must eat an average of 8 pounds of fish a day (4 kilos)
Sandoval lake offers abundant wildlife including 6 species of
monkeys, black caimans, over 40 species of birds resident to the lakes’ shore,
all 5 species of kingfisher of Peru, and the most abundant group of Hoatzin,
all the animals here are easy to photograph from the boats.

 Return to the lodge for breakfast.

 Optional hiking in the jungle or early visit

to the lake before breakfast and transfer back to the office and the airport.

Hot water shower at the office available

before going back to the airport.

Ad: In order to maximize the experience and base on weather predictions, room
availability, and operational conditions we can modify the order of the