Uakari Lodge is very proud to offer this program, a pioneering initiative that combines tourism, conservation and scientific dissemination for guests and community members around a beloved species, the jaguar (Panthera onca).
The largest feline in the Americas is truly a fascinating animal and visitors who choose this experience will have the opportunity to attest to this by observing behaviors that were only registered in the Mamirauá floodplain and through contact with one of the researchers specialized in Amazonian felines of the Mamirauá Institute for Sustainable Development (which will accompany all tours).
Our special programs include boat and private specialized guides, flexible schedules and tours and a bottle of wine per night.
>>>>>> Day 01
Overflight (optional, hired by the visitor). Transfer Tefé - Uakari Lodge. Check-in and lunch. After rest, reconnaissance tour and installation of camera traps in the surroundings. Dinner. Institutional presentation.
>>>>>> Day 02
Departure to look for the VHF signal from the jaguars. Lunch and rest. In the afternoon, monitoring routine research activities of the Iauaretê Project. Dinner. Documentary screening.
>>>>>> Day 03
Departure to look for the VHF signal from the jaguars. Lunch and rest. Boat ride on Lake Mamirauá and night drive on the return. Dinner and free night.
>>>>>> Day 04
Departure to look for the VHF signal of the jaguars. Lunch and rest. In the afternoon the group will be able to visit a riverside community. Dinner. Presentation of the images of the photo traps.
>>>>>> Day 05
Breakfast at 5:30 am and check-out. Transfer to Tefé at 6:00 am.