Amazon Lodges • Heath River Wildlife Center • Tambopata • Puerto Maldonado • Jungle • PERU
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The Amazonia rain forest is the largest tropical forest on Earth, covering about 2.7 million square miles (seven million square kilometers) or 90% the size of the 48 lower states of the U.S.

Though the Peruvian Amazon is only 10% of this total, it represents the wildest, most wildlife-packed rain forest in the world.

The Heath River Wildlife Center lies at the hub of one of the largest multi-national tropical reserve areas in the world.

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Heath River Wildlife Center Peru
Heath River Wildlife Center

Amazon primary rain forest: miles of well-defined forest trails provide exciting viewing of a variety of animals, birds, and flora. The elusive Jaguar roams the forest while Dusky Titi Monkeys chase through the trees. The Heath Macaw Clay Lick is 15 minutes from the center by motorized canoe where a strategically placed floating blind allows visitors a safe and comfortable view of the early morning gathering of parrots and macaws in their quest to eat mineral-rich clay from an exposed area of the riverbank.

Visits of 4 or more days available.

5-Days Heath River Wildlife Center:
980 USD per person. Request Heath River Wildlife Center

The rain forest comes alive at night with 90 species of bats.
• 40 species of frogs • 70 species of large katydids
• 4 species of cats: Jaguar, Puma, Ocelot, and Margay.

A short distance from the community is one of the most important Macaw Clay Licks of Peru, a natural attraction visited by thousands of parrots and Macaws. Caimans, Horned Screamers, capybara, and anacondas frequent the river shores. Giant Otters hunt for fish in the nearby lakes. For all those who yearn for the very best Amazon adventure, the Heath River Wildlife Center awaits your visit for a lifetime of memories.
Heath River Macaw Clay Lick

The Heath River, running from the Andes surrounding Lake Titikaka northward to the Madre de Dios River, is the natural border between Peru and Bolivia. Here the Esa Eja Sonene Community of indigenous Indians live.

Pampas del Heath Pampas del Heath

In addition to the clay lick, guests can explore miles of well-marked forest trails and oxbow lakes accompanied by a guide.

A highlight of the hikes is a visit to the Pampas del Heath, the largest remaining Amazonian savanna. This grassland plain is home to such endemic species as the Maned Wolf and Marsh Deer.

Rates include:
• Roundtrip transportation Puerto Maldonado to Heath River Wildlife Center.
• Private bungalows with private bathrooms.
• All meals and snacks.
• Purified drinking water and juices.
• Native and bilingual guide services.
• Visits to macaw clay lick.
• Lake and rainforest excursions.
• All park entrance fees.

Sodas, beer and wine are available but not included.

Heath River Wildlife Center:
• Private screened bungalows with large living area, comfortable beds, and private bath with hot-water shower.
• Macaw and parrot clay lick.
• Tapir and mammal clay licks.
• Expert naturalist guides.
• Miles of primary rainforest.

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