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The lodges of the Tambopata region offer visitors the chance to observe flocks of colourful macaws, parrots and parakeets with ease. Large naturally formed clay licks attract these birds in huge numbers, as they come down to feed on the mineral-rich soil. The result is one of the most-eye catching natural spectacles a visitor can enjoy here. Across the different clay licks, a number of varieties of birds can be seen, including Dusky-headed, Cobalt-winged and White-eyed parakeets, Mealy, Yellow-crowned, Orange-cheeked and Blue-headed parrots, Chestnut-fronted Macaws and many more.

Some of our favourite things to do and see in the Peruvian Amazon
What to do in the Peruvian Amazon

Amazon Nature Trails

Guided walks are essential activities to better appreciate the extraordinary biodiversity of the Amazon basin.

Mammal Clay Lick

Visit a favourite feeding ground of wild peccaries to see these rainforest pigs up close.

Canopy Towers

Enjoy panoramic vistas and get closer to the exotic bird life and animals which make their homes in the canopy.