Peru and Bolivia, mainly in the Amazon will offer you moments where you can watch a variety of wildlife and wild.
I propose you a customized trip based on the observation of animals.
The sites to discover have unusual encounters either. Must still be in the right place at the right season…
Below is some general information as an example.
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Noel Kempff National Park (Bolivia)
This park is registered since 2000 as Natural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO. It covers over 1.5 million hectares, making it one of the largest and best preserved of the Amazon basin. Its ecosystem is unique because the park is located in an area of convergence of two geographic systems that are the Amazon region to the west and north and dry forests in the South. Among the wildlife we encounter more than 620 species of birds, representing 21% of birds found in South America and many mammals.
Amboró National Park (Bolivia)
National Park Amboró based on a unique geographical position at the confluence of three different ecosystems: the Amazon Basin, the northern Chaco and the Andes (anywhere in the world converge here as 3 types of ecosystems as large). This park contains a fauna very pleased and more than 800 types of birds, more than the United States and Canada together! Probably the most impressive is the enormous amount of birds inhabiting the premises, making it one of the largest concentrations of bird species per km2 in the world.
This region has an area of over 490,000 square kilometers is divided between three countries: Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay. It is the largest wet extension in the world. The Bolivian side is the best preserved because it is the least developed for tourism. We can find, in this territory, many species of reptiles, snakes, fish and birds.
Reserve of Paracas (Peru)
Desert and sea meet wonderfully in Paracas in Ica department, a few hours south of Lima. The cliffs on the beaches are full of life. Millions of birds find shelter and thousands more arrive from the north and south. One can find among other birds Guanyi and Humboldt penguins.
To the Ballestas Islands, it is possible to be in almost direct contact with the wolves of the sea
Manu National Park (Peru)
The park is located between the provinces of Manu (Madre de Dios) and Paucartambo (Cusco) and includes the territories of the eastern slopes of the Andes, in the Peruvian rainforest. The region consists of a large number of tribal areas, the majority of which is a paradise of 2000 varieties of plants, 1200 species of birds, 200 species of mammals and an unknown number of reptiles, amphibians and insects.
Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve (Peru)
Pacaya-Samiria with an area of 2,080,000 hectares, is the largest National reserve in the country. Pacaya-Samiria, considered the
Natural Amazon jewel of northern Peru maintains a diverse and abundant wildlife. Among the main attractions and species should be mentioned the enormous turtles charapas, the manatí or sea cow (manatee), the pink freshwater dolphin, giant otter, the black caiman and paiche (largest freshwater fish in the world) all of them being endangered extinction species.
Allpahuayo Mishana National Reserve (Peru)
National Reserve Allpahuayo-Mishana (58,000 hectares) protects the largest concentration of white sand forests, or “varillales” listed in the Peruvian Amazon. This is one of the best destinations for bird watching.
Kaa Iya National Park (Bolivia)
It covers nearly 34,000 square kilometers, south of the territory of the Chiquitania, near the border with Paraguay. Mainly composed of dry forest, Kaa Iya Park is the largest natural protected area of Bolivia. It is also the dry tropical forest the best preserved in the world, because of its difficult access.
Madidi National Park (Bolivia)
Madidi National Park was established in 1955 and is part of the largest protected areas in the world. Snowy peaks of the Cordillera Apolobamba (5760m) to the tropical jungles of the Beni (180m), the Madidi National Park offers the most biologically diverse world. We also found more than 1000 bird species representing 11% of bird species on the planet.
Pilon Lajas Reserve (Bolivia)
Pilon Lajas Reserve, an area of 401,176 ha is located in the departments of La Paz and Beni, is one of the most intact forests of Amazon Latin American continent, an incredible jungle inhabited by tapir, bears, jaguars and different species of alligators. Much of the park is composed of mahogany that makes this area very interesting for agroforestry companies.