Wasai Tambopata Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWasai Tambopata Lodge Tambopata National Reserve
A great place - comfortable - quiet and relaxing. Staff and cooks were great and so was the food. And even though there was electricity for only about 4 hours each evening - the been was still cold - lol. Would definitely recommend it,
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Travel Blogs from Tambopata National Reserve
It was another early morning walk. Today it was past the clay lick we went to yesterday to a different clay lick. This one had more space to sit down which was good. We watched for about an hour and saw some macaws and tons of parakeets flying around but none were landing. After breakfast it was another walk. It's not that I don't like exercise, quite the contrary, but I'm tired of doing the same thing. I know there is a chance that we we will see something we hadn't seen before ...
... guides in the future. We returned to our lodge for a snack and then walked down to the clay licks to see the macaws. There really was limited space to sit and after waiting around for about forty-five minutes without seeing anything, many of us choose to walk back to the lodge. It's not that I was getting impatient but with all the people there and no sign of the macaws of which I had ...
... 4 days of high humidity, warmth and persistent bugs we were satisfied we had experienced the rainforest and jungle as best we could have. It did of course help that we had such a delightful lodge and wonderful hosts and guides to lead us and provide for us. We eventually made landfall at the same “Community from Hell” (see my early post!) and took the bus ride back to Rainforest Expedition headquarters. On the way a ...
... vibration will send him back down his hole. Nomes made herself quite scarce after handing her camera over to Antonio our guide – she was off into the jungle somewhere for this event as she wanted nothing of it!! A long stringy piece of greenery was pocked gently down the hole and gently drawn out, and sure enough the behemoth spider emerged tentatively at first. The guide used the long piece of leafy material to tickle the underside of the spider’s ...
... of clothes, and brief reprieve until lunch was served. Our afternoon activity after the rain had completely dissipated was across the river (down and up the steps again!) to a local farm. This farmer is a long-time local who uses poly-crop techniques to continuously replenish the nutrients in the topsoil. In an arrangement with the Refugio Amazonas he harvests some of his crop for the Puerto Maldonado market, but also supplies the lodge and charges a small ...