Day 1:

Transfer from Puerto Maldonado airport to the boat, and then to Explorer\'s Inn 1.5 hours up the Tambopata River and within the Tambopata National Reserve. During the trip down the river you will see many species of birds and probably also see alligators, turtles and capybaras. On arrival at the hostel will be invited to a welcome drink before showing their rooms. After being all installed, we will meet to give a safety talk. It was made a short guided walk in the forest before dinner.



Day 2:

Early we will walk to the inlet Cocococha (5 km). Along the way there will be a good opportunity to see and photograph many species of wildlife that live in the woods as the capuchin monkey, tamandua (anteater) and queue jumping colorful. On arrival at the lake, first see the wildlife and then leave by canoe to observe the many species that inhabit the lake and margins, with an emphasis on Hoatzin, herons, alligators and giant otters. After returning to the hotel for lunch followed by a rest in a hammock. Later, we will meet in the classroom for a formal photography class and a Q & A session that will discuss photographic techniques and for critically reviewing the photos taken earlier in the day. Around 17:00 we will take a short walk to the \"brink of extinction\" to photograph the stunning sunset over the Tambopata River. Before dinner we will take an overnight trip down the river to spot alligators! This provides a great opportunity to get close-ups of these reptiles.


Day 3:

Early morning visit to a clay lick possibilities of photography with peccaries, deer, howler monkeys and agoutis. After breakfast walk a circular path, locating and photographing species as we move tamarins and marmosets are present. After lunch, visit a local village along the river, where we will be able to interact with local people and take many pictures. We\'ll have more lectures and Q & A sessions at night on our return. After dinner there will be an optional ride at night through the woods in search of nocturnal species, with particular emphasis on frogs, reptiles and insects.


Day 4:

Early visit to the boat parrot clay lick where we will place on a hiding to observe and photograph up to eight of these species of colorful birds that come to eat clay. We will return to the lodge for breakfast walk. Then we will hike a number of roads that run parallel to the Rio de la Torre, which offer good opportunities to capture the views of the river, including rampant jams and peaceful beaches. After lunch there will be a football game, where they can participate actively or photograph from the sidelines. More conferences were held and photo comments afternoon, including instruction on the techniques of post-production on the computer. For those who still have some energy will be an optional night walk.


Day 5:

Today you will have the opportunity to walk through the extensive network of roads to build your own personal portfolio of images of the jungle. Their leader will be available photographic tips and advice when needed. This is a fantastic opportunity to explore the forest on their own or in pairs, to focus on a specific interest and to practice and improve your photography skills of wilderness. As usual, workshops, counseling and testing will be carried out later in the day.


Day 6:

His last full day in the jungle to visit his favorite places around the hostel, as you strive to complete your personal portfolio, including perhaps another trip to the lake or hidden sites overlooking the parrot and macaw clay lick. After lunch, deliver full personal portfolio. In the evening attend a meeting in the lodge dining room where you can submit your personal portfolio to other team members and other guests.


Day 7:

We left the hostel early to travel by boat and then take the bus to Puerto Maldonado. At the airport or the bus station we say goodbye!

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