$4,830.

Lima Tambopata Machu Picchu

Aug 7, 2017. 13 nights. 6–10 pax. $670 in single room.

Tour leaders: Lucas Bustamante, Frank Pichardo

Included. Package based on two people sharing a room. All meals and accommodation. All river and road transfers. Guides and tour leaders. Park entrance fees. Excluded. Additional nights due to flight cancellations. Alcoholic beverages, bottled water and snacks. Insurance of any kind. International and domestic airfares. Laundry. Phone calls or messages. Photo equipment. Visa fees.

Important! Read the Rules and recommendations

What to bring? Check out our suggested packing list.

Tambopata

A two-hour inland flight from Lima and a three-hour boat ride will take you to Tambopata, land of the Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris), Red Howler-Monkey (Alouatta seniculus), White-Lipped Peccary (Tayassu pecari) and Giant River-Otter (Pteronura brasiliensis). The area is blessed with more than 400 species of birds and more than 150 of amphibians and reptiles, including the White-throated Toucan (Ramphastos tucanus) and the Green Anaconda (Eunectes murinus).

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Machu Picchu

After an early departure from Tambopata and an one-hour inland flight, you will arrive at Cuzco, a city famous for its handicraft and fruit markets. From here, you will visit the Sacred Valley of the Incas and Machu Picchu, renowned for its sophisticated dry-stone walls and its cloudforest landscapes. Finally, you will flight back to Lima for a farewell dinner.

Corallus batesii
Pilherodius pileatus
Phoebis sp.
Bubulcus ibis
Ara chloroptera
Harpia harpyja
Tambopata landscape
Corallus batesii
Panthera onca
Choloepus hoffmanni
Cuzco market
Phyllomedusa camba
Saguinus fuscicollis
Alouatta seniculus
Ara ararauna
Callibia diana
Ectatomma tuberculatum
Machu Picchu landscape
Choloepus hoffmanni
Ramphastos tucanus
Phyllomedusa bicolor
Ceratophrys cornuta
Ameerega trivittata
Athene cunicularia

Why come with us?

We find you the animals
We help you get the shot
We use the money to fund our research
We use the money to conserve the choco