• Accesibility

    The Great Macaw Colpa is located on the left bank of the Tambopata River within the Tambopata National Reserve.

  • Biodiversity

    It is recognized worldwide for its spectacular nature and considered the largest in the Peruvian Amazon due to the large number of Macaws, Parrot, and Parrots. Every morning after the first rays of the sun, they perform their flutter ceremony before starting the Collpeo, which consists of ingesting clay from the mud wall formed on the banks of the rivers by the erosion of the river. This wall is a soil rich in mineral salts and nutrients, organic components that are used by these birds as a complement to their daily diet. The Guacamayos clay lick must be visited to understand the beauty and spectacularity of its beauty.