Tambopata Birding Tours
Chuncho Lodge is not only great value, it is also 100% locally owned – unlike many of the eco lodges in this region, and located in one of the best places for wildlife sightings in Peru: Tambopata National Reserve.
Chuncho Lodge is the offers a number of Tambopata birding tours which range from one day trips upto 4 day birdwatching expeditions that include visits to the 2 most significant places in Tambopata: Macaw Clay lick and Sandoval Lake as part of a 3 night experience.
Choose from a variety of programmes, all of which were created to make the utmost of wildlife sightings in this area including many micro habitats.
The lodging at Chuncho is in bungalows, all with private bathrooms, hot showers, and 24 hour electricity. With a personalized service, knowledgeable, efficient and friendly local tour guides, this company offers great value for money.
Macaw Clay Lick Birding Trip
Macaw Clay Lick Birding Tour
Macaw Clay Lick Birdwatching Tour
Macaws Clay Lick Birding Expedition
Macaw Clay Lick & Adventure
Macaw Clay Lick Birding Adventure
For more information about Tambopata Birding Tours visit the Chuncho Lodge website.
Please note the Chuncho Lodge reserves the right to change listed pricing anytime at their discretion. Please contact them directly to confirm.
Red and Green Macaw
Blue and Yellow Macaw
Dusky Titi Monkey
White Lipped Peccary
Chuncho Lodge is located in the most ideal place for wildlife, adjacent to the national reserve and all its trails were made specifically to increase the likelihood of animal sightings such as squirrel monkeys, capuchin monkeys, saddle back tamarins, night monkeys, agouti, pacas, owls, red squirrels, tarantulas, trogons, kinkajous, motmots, snakes, insects and more.On the way to the Sandoval Lake zone observe a plethora of flora with impressive trees such as Phicus Walking Palm trees and Morithia Palms. Here, there will also be the opportunity to see Red Howler Monkeys, Black Caimans, Yellow Spotted river turtles, king fishers, Wood peckers, Horned Screamers and a lot more of wild life within the amazon lagoon.
Chuncho Lodge do not have any conservation news at present
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