Ginny's Adventures 2019 travel blog

Refugio Amazonas welcome center

these boats have forward facing seats!

a family of 5 Capybara

cowbird eats ticks off of Capybara

Father takes a bath

one more shot

Will we be staying in huts like this?

We all got a pic of this tree!

front boat of gold mining operation

back end

the whole thing

bringing home supplies

passed a lot of tree graveyards going upriver

black and white heron

capped heron

macaws

Orinoco goose

this river starts in the Andes

falcon

flying away

our room at TRC

spider monkey

yellow and blue macaws

little gray bird

red macaw at sunset

hammocks in the hallway

hanging out before dinner


It took almost 4 hours on the Tambopata River to get to the Tambopata Research Center.

We saw a family of Capybara, geese, herons, macaws, howler monkeys, and a glimpse of a great river otter! I saw it move into the underbrush, at least. We also caught a glimpse of the Andes in the distance.

The rooms were similar to the Refugio Amazonas, but there were hammocks in the common area.

We took a late afternoon walk, had dinner, then listened to a short lecture on their Macaw Project.

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