After a delicious breakfast, you will encounter the rainforest for the first time, exploring some of the 30 miles of forest trails that surround the lodge. You will have an excellent chance of encountering some of the 12 species of monkeys, including the Spider Monkey and Emperor Tamarin, which inhabit the surrounding forest. You'll walk through the forest for a bit where you find the Macaw Lick project. Macaws will be coming in groups of 2-3, being a beautiful sight for travelers. After, you will return to the lodge for lunch. Later, you will continue to explore and discover the rainforest, including its plant life, and the network of trails surrounding the lodge. In the late afternoon, you will arrive at the extremely high Canopy Tower. On its platform, you witness the frantic rush‐hour activity of twilight in the rainforest canopy, before night closes in. Then, you will set off along the “collpa trail”, which will take your group to the lodge’s famous Tapir Clay lick. Here, at the most active tapir lick known in the entire Amazon, their research has identified from 8‐12 individual 600‐pound Tapirs who come to this lick to eat clay from under the tree roots. The lick features a roomy, elevated observation platform above the forest floor.