Fuel up on a hearty breakfast, and begin your trek to Tambopata National Reserve and Lake Sandoval. During this trek, you will quickly see why Madre de Dios has been named the biodiversity capital of Peru. Take a canoe ride across the waters of Lake Sandoval, where you will have the ability to spot giant river otters, blue and yellow macaws, red howler monkeys, black caiman, and more.
Lunch will be hosted at the lodge before you begin the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway and Anaconda Walk. On this outing, learn about the construction and conservation projects of the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway. For spectacular vistas, ascend one of the 98-foot towers and cross the 7 hanging bridges that connect the treetops. Keep an eye out for white-throated toucans, squirrel monkeys, and the three-toed sloth.
To finish the day, join in on an exciting Rainforest by Night excursion where you will see and hear all sorts of nocturnal animals.