Peru is a South American country that has a diverse geographical terrain. After breakfast at the lodge we continue our trip in our private car to the fluvial port of Atalaya, from there we start our trip in a motorized boat through the Madre de Dios River to the Natural hot springs and then to the next lodge, the trip will be for 4 to 5 hours by boat, on the way we can see many species of birds such as herons, macaws, toucans, kingfishers, etc.
On your motorboat tour of Lake Titicaca, you'll visit Taquile Island, where you'll see how the local people integrate their Inca and Spanish past, and the peru amazon tours Uros Floating Islands, where you'll learn how the Uros Indians construct their islands, homes, and boats from totora reed, a centuries-old practice.
In the afternoon, passing through the Towns of Calca and Urubamba, we visit the Inca Fortress and Citadel of Ollantaytambo, built to guard the entrance to this part of the Valley, and protect it from possible invasion from the tribes in the Lower jungle.
This adventure offers up an intriguing combination of beauty and contrasts in scenery, wildlife, and cultures, whether you're scanning the canopy for wildlife from the comfort of our intimate and exclusive G Lodge Amazon or climbing the ancient trail of the Incas to Machu Picchu, situated in the heavens of the Americas.
Embark on a guided sightseeing tour of Cusco that focuses on the city that was once the political, military, and cultural epicenter of the Incas until the Spanish toppled it. In fact, Inca foundations can still be found in Cusco, with the Spanish baroque structures built on top.
The Amazon is the largest tropical jungle in the world spread out over nine countries in South Peruvian Amazon covers more than 60% of the country and is one of the most biologically diverse regions on planet Earth, with Peru as a nation containing the largest number of bird species and the third-largest number of mammalian species in the world.
Embrace the chaos of Iquitos It is the largest city that even today can not be reached by road, the city of Iquitos is home to half a million people, legions of motorcycle taxis grunting (motorcycles, taxis, auto rickshaw), floating markets and some priceless examples of architecture rubber along one of the most famous rivers in the world, the Amazon river.
This day after breakfast we start our hike to a beautiful primary forest with our daily backpack carrying mineral water, snacks, lunch and our travel equipment such as camera, binoculars, telescope and machete, to explore the jungle to see birds like: Blue and Yellow macaw, Red and Green macaw, Scarlet macaws, toucans, woodpeckers, eagles, antbirds, hummingbirds, tanagers, etc.
If the houses in the vicinity of Iquitos and Puerto Maldonado feel a little too urban for you, Tambopata river within the limits of Bahuaja-Sonene National Park in southern Amazonas offers extravagant opportunities to observe wildlife: from capybaras up species of wild pigs, to a distant colpa dense clay attracting groups macaws on the banks of the Tambopata river, you can see also one of the rarest birds in the Amazon called Punk chicken.
Other animals and plants you're likely to find in the Peruvian Amazon include howler monkeys (famous for the loudest call in the forest), colorful parrots, sloths, sinister looking caiman, colorful butterflies, giant Brazil nut trees and delicate orchids.