If the love of Nature is frozen or crushed out, the character can hardly fail to suffer from the loss. In case you have large luggage, we suggest leaving items in our office and only taking with you what you need for the trip. Comfortable walking shoes. As the first rays of sunlight hit the riverbank, hundreds of parrots and macaws from ten or more species arrive in pairs or large flocks. Pay now or later on most rooms Free cancellation on most rooms Price Guarantee.
Pariamanu Macaw Clay Lick / Small Hoatzin Lake / Macaw Lodge 4 days
Departure time to the Lodge is since noon. It is fun to observe their behavior; They "groom" each other, emit deafening sounds, hang beak down a leg, they peck, until at any moment the small and Amazon macaws begin to fly from one side of the lick to the other until after several attempts go down to the wall and begin to take positions. We can also have a swim in the Pariamanu River without any danger. Ash is a contributor to both TourTheTropics. The color of these spectacular birds is accentuated even more with the sunrise; the same happens with the collpa that suddenly turns into an intense ocher color. Not only containing the most clay licks, the different reserves and national parks in this area of Peru create one of the largest sections of protected tropical forest on Earth. Many of the fruits and nuts of the rainforest, particularly when they are unripe, defend themselves from predators by deploying a range of toxic chemicals, and the clay particles consumed by parrots and macaws are small enough to flush out these toxins before they are absorbed by the organism.
We overnight in the macaw lodge. And all for only one million Intis each a couple of dollars. Feel free to contact Ash for tour help in the Amazon. English speaking guide. Additionally, gold mining operations and other land use can affect the clay lick areas where macaws congregate because the mining activity physically destroys the adjacent shoreline.
Chuncho clay lick, more than 6 species of macaws. Delfin I Iquitos, Peru. The boat is going to be run aground next to the river side to watch the parrots that go there to feed on the salts and minerals of the clay, hopefully we will see more than parrots! The biological station of Cocha Cachu allows to carry out different researches on biological species. Clay Lick I think we were infinitely happier to have departed the boat than we were to have arrived at our destination. Thus they use holes made previously, for example by woodpeckers.