Yacutinga Lodge - Birds Of The Jungle
Yacutinga Lodge - Birds of the Jungle
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DAY 1 – Puerto Iguazú / Yacutinga Lodge
2:30 p.m Departure from Puerto Iguazu- Raices Argentinas through the Iguassu National Park. The landscape is very picturesque , characterized by its reddish soil, the various shades of greens , the colonist and their Yerba Mate farms.
Arrival at the Lodge, welcome and room distribution. At sunset, observation walk in the Lodge nearby area. After dinner, we will make a night walk in search of owls and nightjars
DAY 2 – Yacutinga Lodge
Observation walk along the Refuge main road and its central marsh.
Lunch back at the Lodge.
In the afternoon we will go along the Guazú trail, and through the forest
for several kilometers. Dinner.
DAY 3 – Yacutinga Lodge
Full day birding at the west side of the Yacutinga Reserve, swampy areas, tall forest, and grasslands are some of the ambiences we will explore. Lunch-box.
In the afternoon we will navigate down the upper Iguazú river and one of its tributaries, the San Francisco stream. By the end of the afternoon we will walk the Tapir trail from East to West and enjoy at dusk the central marsh.
Back to the Lodge on the main road for nightjars and owls. Dinner.
DAY 4 – Yacutinga Lodge
In the morning we will make observations along Chico Méndez and Timbo trails. Lunch at the Lodge.
In the afternoon we will walk along Pastura trail to get to the marsh area at sunset.
Return to the Lodge. Dinner. Owling
DAY 5 – Yacutinga Lodge / Puerto lguazu
Early in the morning we will make our last observation walk along Tacuara trail. After that, we will pack.
Approximately at 10.00 a.m. we will start our return trip to Puerto Iguazu.
Arrival at Puerto Iguazú estimated at 1.00 p.m.
Please note that the described itinerary may vary due to bird activity and climate.