Camping in the Peruvian Amazon
Camping tours and expeditions in the remote primary Amazon rainforests of Las Piedras in Peru
Hikers can expect to see two waterfalls that drain into the Las Piedras River on the northern border of the reserve. There is the macaw claylick located on the banks of the Las Piedras River just 2 km north of the reserve, which is frequented daily by up to 40 Red-and-green macaws (Ara chloropterus) and about 5-6 other species of parrot. The Central Stream that runs diagonally across the reserve allows for kayaking trips in the wet season, and is known to be a good habitat for Dwarf caiman (Paleosuchus trigonatus) and Spectacled caiman (Caiman crocodilus). Just across the Las Piedras River from the reserve is a high, sheer cliff. From the top of this cliff one gets panoramic views across the forest canopy and from which it is possible to see clearly across a large portion of the reserve. In the northwestern part of the reserve is located a
large mammal claylick
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