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Carmen Maria Guevara Protzel

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Heath River Wildlife Center - Information Previous to the Trip

Posted by Carmen Maria Guevara Protzel on Nov 27, 2017 11:16:00 AM

The Center is the best-located lodge in the world’s largest pristine rainforest. Within easy reach are an excellent macaw clay lick, Capybaras (120-pound Guinea Pigs), oxbow lakes with Giant Otters, 480 bird species, and 6 monkey species. Furthermore, we feature healthy populations of Tapirs and Jaguars.

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Topics: Amazon Lodges

Caymans sighting in the Peruvian Amazon

Posted by Carmen Maria Guevara Protzel on Nov 25, 2017 11:55:00 AM

The black Cayman, is considered the king of the Amazonian rivers and lakes, If you would like to spot an individual it is necessary to navigate at night, as they are nocturnal animals.

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Topics: Amazon Lodges, Amazon, Travel & Adventure

Sandoval Lake Lodge - Important Information

Posted by Carmen Maria Guevara Protzel on Nov 24, 2017 11:05:00 AM

Located in the Tambopata National Reserve, Sandoval Lake Lodge is perched above what many rain forest specialists feel is the most attractive lake in Peru, and provides access to one of the most biologically diverse areas on the planet. Tambopata National Reserve and the adjacent Bahuaje-Sonene National Park, is home to over 20,000 plant species, over 900 species of birds (more than all the species in the continental USA), 91 mammals, 1230 butterflies, 127 amphibians and reptiles, and much more! It is also a haven for the Amazon's largest, most spectacular and most endangered predators - the Jaguar, the Giant Otter, the Harpy Eagle and the Black Caiman. Try a visit to the excellent lowland rain forest of the Tambopata National Reserve to see some of the world's best rain forest wildlife that is available in a short, economical stay. Six species of monkeys inhabit the surrounding forest, the lake's resident family of Giant Otters are regularly seen fishing in the lake, a large flooded palm grove harbors hundreds of Red-Bellied macaws, and at nightfall Black Caimans, the rarest of the crocodilians, head out into the lake to fish.

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Topics: Amazon Lodges

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