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TAMBOPATA RESERVE TOURS - LAKE SANDOVAL

Travel booking Lake Sandoval is up through the Madre de Dios River (outboard) with a journey time of 25 minutes, arriving at the checkpoint and Security Reserve Sandoval, then continues by a access trail with a walk of 50 minutes in the Peruvian jungle to reach the "pipe" that connects the mirror sandoval lake water; may enter the water mirror renting canoes inhabitants of the area.

Travel to Cocococha Lake: You arrive through the Tambopata river tours (outboard) with a travel time of 3 hours, arriving at the checkpoint and Surveillance La Torre, after a walk of 75 minutes is performed for various trails hostel owned Peruvian Safaris to reach the lake, where a wildlife observatory is a hiding place for birdwatching and otters in Tambopata tours and sandoval lake.

Travel Sachavacayoc Lake - Lake Sentenced I and II: The up through the Tambopata River (outboard) with a travel time of 3 hours 40 minutes, passing through the checkpoint and Surveillance La Torre. Then you can access private grounds Williamson hostels or Cayman Lodge Association, from there hiking trails are performed by different entering the RNTAMB and about 80-90 minutes after arriving at the lakes.

Travel to Lick Chunchos: You arrive through the Tambopata River (outboard) with a time of 4 hours and about 20 minutes (through the checkpoint and Surveillance Tower), before reaching the lick, established camps along the river where visitors can stay and appreciate between 5am and 9am variety of macaws and parrots colpeo activity in booking and reservation tambopata sandoval lake are located.

Travel to Colorado Colpa: This is probably one of the biggest Colpas of South America to reach this lick is by boat through the Tambopata River (outboard) with a time of 7 hours and 20 minutes (via the checkpoint and Surveillance Malinoswky) before reaching the final destination, there are camps located opposite the Lick (Riverfront) for overnight sightings being between 5 am and 9 am in the Peruvian jungle.

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Manu National Park: One of the largest tropical parks in South America. Located in the Southeast region of Peru, nestled in recent Andean buttresses department of Cusco and Madre de Dios jungle. It covers an area of 2 million square hectares of a territory rich in flora and fauna with a variety of habitats Andean, high Andean, tropical and subtropical.

This natural paradise recognized by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve; houses the largest biodiversity in protected areas of rainforest and several endemic species of the cloud forest. Given that many of these forests around the globe are being impacted by human actions, we are fortunate to have an almost Manu intact, untouched by civilization, where we can still observe in their habitat native species in imminent danger of extinction such as the Giant River Otter (Pteronura brasiliensis), Black Caiman (Melanosuchus niger), the majestic Jaguar (Panthera onca), the strange Spectacled Bear (Tremarctos ornatus), and other animals like Tapir , Ocelot, thirteen species of primates, and over a thousand species of birds, including 7 species of macaws (Ara Sp.)

To this we should add that this reserve is home to 10% of the species vegetable world including fine wood trees and countless species of medicinal plants that are being newly cataloged and placed at service science. In one hectare of forest in Manu can have up to 220 species of trees, while one the same size in Europe or America, there are only 20. Without a mistake Manu National Park is probably the area protected richest biodiversity around the globe

The jungle trips is a fascinating setting with lush flora and fauna, fabulous scenery and interesting human groups in the jungle. At the same time, it is a hostile environment full of threats. The inhabitants of the Amazon basin for centuries have adapted to this environment, and the way of life, culture and customs are inseparable from the environment in the forest as Tambopata Reserve, Reserve sandoval lake and park reserve national manu.

In this context, indigenous peoples have been threatened their survival constantly and unpredictably by insects, disease, predators, evil spirits, shamans dark magic, torrential rains, rivers and so on through the jungle. Therefore, the values and vision of life, death and survival are very different from Westerners. The pragmatism of the natives may surprise the Western traveler.

Be aware that concepts such as “personal development” and “self” are alien to their culture and have not been, until the arrival of the white man and the mestizo, when these concepts have begun to enter the shamanic context . The traditional role of the shaman is the man to cure diseases and protects the community, not the teacher or spiritual guide. One of the biggest mistakes travelers seeking experiences with ayahuasca is to try to find a shaman to perform functions counselor, mentor, or guide, and hope that shamans are spiritually elevated beings. As in all professions, there are yes and some are not.

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In quackery many plants are used and ayahuasca is only one of them. The snuff, the toé, the yawar-panga, the Chiring-sanango, chacruna, ayahuasca … all these plants have a role in the Amazonian medicine. Some of them are used as purging, a very important concept in this tradition, to cleanse the body and prepare for the lesson of the master plan is to take next in the jungle. Others are used to cure specific ailments or gain knowledge in the process of initiation into quackery. The traditional way of making these plants is diet, consisting of a more or less prolonged period of time in which shuts in isolation dietador adopts strict dietary and behavioral restrictions and making the master plant preparations. The healer makes periodic visits to dietador to guide you through the process.

Therefore we must not understand quackery as the simple act of taking ayahuasca, as it goes far beyond this, although it is true that both the snuff and ayahuasca have a central role in the shamanic world. However, the ritual use of ayahuasca is a common thread linking religion and spirituality almost all indigenous peoples of the Upper Amazon, including the mestizo population. It seems likely that shamanic practices of most of Alto Amazonas – Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia – form a single religious cultural area.

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The worldview of the native cultures of the Amazon basin is very different from the West. The ayahuasca and other plants are not only used to cure, or religious contexts. In his book Singing to the Plants, Stephan Beyer note: “It is through the hallucinogen ayahuasca concoction that hundreds of medicinal plants, including plants for attack or defense magic reveal their appearance and teach their songs; It is through the power of ayahuasca that the shaman can see planets and distant galaxies, the welfare of family members who live far away, locating lost objects, the lover of an unfaithful wife and the identity of the sorcerer who has caused the illness of a patient. It is the brew ayahuasca that nourishes the phlegm of the shaman, the physical manifestation of shamanic power within the body, used both to defend against magical attacks, as a container for darts [magic, or bolts], which are the main weapon of the shaman “.

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The way in which the ritual of ayahuasca be conducted depend on the tradition to which belongs the healer. While there are similarities in ayahuasca ceremonies that are held in different countries of the Amazon basin, there are notable differences. Since Peru is one of the countries with the highest tradition of ayahuasca tourism, many of the people who have taken ayahuasca in a shamanic context have done in the context of Peruvian tribes such as the Shipibo-Conibo, Ashaninka, etc.

Ayahuasca ceremonies in Peru are held at night. Darkness can more easily delivered to visions and provides insulation of external visual stimuli. Thus, participants meet in a “tambo” (typical Amazonian construction, high ground, without walls and roof of palm leaves).

Normally the number of participants is limited and will be the healer to decide how many can attend. Sometimes, before taking ayahuasca a cleaning or purging specific for this plant is followed. Some centers or healers consider it essential, in others, the purgative effect of ayahuasca itself is considered sufficient for a single shot. Before taking ayahuasca healer usually icaro the brew. This process is to chant a Icarus (name of the songs that are sung during ceremonies) and blow smoke snuff “mapacho” (crushed leaf snuff) into the bottle where ayahuasca is. Then the healer ayahuasca distributed among participants and select the amount as he perceived needs each person. Sometimes the healer can blow snuff or flower water (a type of cologne, with a very distinctive smell) before, during or after the ceremony.

When all participants and the healer have already taken the ayahuasca, is silence and is expected to begin the experience. At some point the healer starts singing icaros, which serve as a guide during the experience, followed by periods of more or less prolonged silence. If the intention of the meeting is to cure disease, the healer can perform a particular ritual as snuff blowing, suction bad energy, elimination of “bolts” (magical darts that healers can throw your enemies) among others. If the intention of the meeting is simply to have an experience with ayahuasca, the healer usually not resort to this type of intervention unless necessary. And if it is following a longer healing process of a disease, the combination of plants taken before and after the ceremony is immense, and the various healing techniques (bathrooms with plants, massages, etc).

Sometimes ayahuasca a second or third time is taken during the session and the healer continues alternating ridges and periods of silence until the effects wear off. Then the healer gives closed the session and participants can return to their own farm / bungalow. In other countries there may be variations in the ritual, as the presence of a fire, or musical instruments like maracas and drums.

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