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Amazon Encounters: Parrots, Community & Night Walk

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DAY 2: Amazon Encounters: Parrots, Community & Night Walk
Selva Exploration

Overview

Wake Up Call
Breakfast
Parrot Clay Lick and Pilche Community.
Today you will make your way back to the Napo River and take a motorized canoe ride to the clay lick, one of the most fascinating displays of the wild world. Hundreds of parrots and parakeets gather here to eat the mineral rich soil, an important part of their diet.
Binoculars are essential to really capture the moment. At the indigenous community of Pilche you will learn about the way they live including how they dress, what they eat, how they cook, and the many ways they use what the forest provides in their daily lives. It is a truly unique experience.
Don’t be shy to ask them questions, and be brave to try some of the traditional drinks and food! they love to share their ancestral knowledge and spread awareness about their culture and where they live.
Lunch
Observation Tower and Tucaneta Trail (Nocturnal Walk)
After a 15 minute walk the observation tower comes into sight. This amazing construction will allow you to climb 120 ft above the forest.
Your Naturalist and Native guides with the help of a telescope will show to you colorful birds of the canopy and maybe even certain primates. Then we enjoy of the amazing sunset of this incredible forest.
The sounds of the nocturnal creatures rise together with the darkness of the night. All you need to enjoy of your nocturnal walk is a flashlight and your camera to see the jungle come alive at night. Amphibians, insects, reptiles, birds, and mammals who are nocturnal may be seen where your guides take you. Dinner

Other Details about Amazon Encounters: Parrots, Community & Night Walk

Meals Included: Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
Schedule: Full Day

*Tours and daily activities are subject to change, due to weather & park authorities.