In the morning, a 30-minute ride by motorized canoe will take you to the Tambopata National Reserve, where you will hike for one and a half hour to Lake Sandoval. Glide in a canoe, across a beautiful, mirror-like oxbow lake, home to the endangered giant river otter, red howler monkeys, macaws, the prehistoric-looking hoatzins, locally known as 'shanshos', point-tailed palmcreepers and yellow spotted side-neck turtles.
Take a 15-minute walk along the trail towards the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway Interpretation Center. A short briefing will be given about the project history, structure and the highlights in this unforgettable adventure at the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway. Climb up the tower and set out on an exciting adventure through the treetops, across hanging bridges, 95 feet off the ground (30 m) with extended views of the giant Amazon Basin. This network of towers, bridges and platforms will open views that would not be accessible otherwise and as you make your way through the canopy, your guide will point out the different species of birds, such as toucans, woodpeckers ,or trogons that can be identified from their unique songs. Learn about the interaction between flora and fauna at the various levels of the forest and its integration into the rainforest ecosystem.
Back on the firm land explore the Anaconda trail, a 15-min walk on a wooden bridge over the wetland. In this lush ecosystem, you may observe the various species of amphibians, birds, mammals and abundant flora and trees of this seasonal flooded marshland.
- Breakfast at the lodge
- Lunch at the lodge
- Dinner at the lodge