The Amazon is one of the main destinations for birdwatchers from all over the world. In addition to harboring the greatest biodiversity on the planet, there are a high number of endemic species, making it a fantastic destination like few others.
The unique characteristics of the Mamirauá Sustainable Development Reserve, an immense area of protected lowland flooded forest, make it an intriguing place for bird watching. Currently we have 377 species of this group cataloged in the Ecotourism Special Zone of Mamirauá Reserve, many typical of this type of ecosystem.
Our special programs include boat and private specialized guides, flexible schedules and tours and a bottle of wine per night. Below is a model itinerary, with some ideas of what can be done during your stay.
>>>>>> Day 01
Transfer Tefé - Uakari Lodge. Check-in and lunch. After rest, boat trip through Paraná do Apara channel. Dinner. Institutional presentation.
>>>>>> Day 02
Departure to the trail or canoe in the morning. Lunch and rest. In the afternoon, another trail will be explored (on foot or canoe). Dinner. Night tour (trail or boat).
>>>>>> Day 03
We will visit another of the 14 possible trails (on foot or canoe). Lunch and rest. Boat ride on Lake Mamirauá and night drive on the return. Dinner and free night.
>>>>>> Day 04
In the morning we will cover areas on the banks of the Solimões and Japurá rivers. Lunch and rest. In the afternoon, trail or canoe. Dinner. Meeting with researcher.
>>>>>> Day 05
Breakfast at 5:30 am and check-out. Transfer to Tefé at 6:00 am.