At our 37m (100ft) tree tower

In our 37 m (100 feet) observation tower, built next to a giant emerging Kapok tree, you can look through the canopy of the rainforest, this will give you a unique perspective, opening a new world of the Amazon biodiversity that often is hard to see from the floor, there you will able to see the White-throated Toucan, and Bare-necked Fruitcrow, to name just a few, and if you have a little of luck, you might even see Red Howler Monkeys asleep in the treetops.

To get there, the guides will paddle in Lake Chawlluacocha for 30 minutes, then you will take a short 10-minute walk before reaching the tower. So far, more than 565 species of birds have been recorded, including colorful birds such as macaws, toucans, honeycreepers, tanagers, flycatchers, hummingbirds, among many others.