Explore the Amazon Rainforest from the comforts of an exclusive lodge and get even closer by camping in the rainforest, spot wildlife by foot and canoe with your local naturalist
Located on the Tambopata River in the Peruvian Amazon, our exclusive G Lodge Amazon is comfortable and intimate. Enjoy excursions by expert naturalists to spot wildlife at nearby oxbow lakes and clay licks. Explore by canoe or on dry land trails, swim in the lodge’s cool stream, or strap on a harness and rope up to tree platforms for a bird’s eye view of the forest. Really experience the Amazon to the fullest by spending one night camping in the jungle—get even closer to nature!
Arrive to the Puerto Maldonado airport and meet your naturalist guide to journey to the jungle lodge. Spot some wildlife along the way and reach the lodge for a welcome drink and briefing. After settling into your bungalow, enjoy a short slideshow on the vegetation and wildlife before dinner and a night walk around the lodge. Teeming with giant groves of Brazil nut and dipteryx trees, watch for saddle-back tamarinds, brown capuchins, pacas, and other wildlife.
After an early breakfast, embark on a guided naturalist walk through the jungle, spotting bugs, birds, spiders and anything else along the way. Arrive to Lake Condenado and search for wildlife aboard a canoe. Return to the lodge for an early lunch and to pack an overnight bag for camping. Take a canoe upriver to the National Reserve and the area of Collpa de Guacamayos, the bird and mammal clay licks, in the hopes of spotting dozens of colourful macaws and peccaries feeding. Set up camp, hike around the area and enjoy dinner before turning in early.
Rise early today to get in place at the clay lick before the birds arrive. Witness the sights and sounds of the macaws and parrots feeding on the minerals and salts of the clay. After breakfast, pack up camp, head back down river and arrive back to the lodge before lunch. The afternoon is free. Opt to sit on hammocks or take a dip in the cool swimming hole, visit the tree platforms for a bird's eye view of the forest or a nearby working plantation. In the evening, head out looking for caiman (alligators) by boat before dinner.
After breakfast, return by canoe to Puerto Maldonado and transfer to the airport for departure.
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