Day 1. Laguna Yarinacocha, Pale-throated three-toed sloth
Flight Lima-Pucallpa. Visit Yarinacocha lagoon (20 minutes from Pucallpa. Appropriate place to watch and photograph wildlife including mammals such as Brown-throated Three-toed Sloth and birds like Black-throated Trogon, Scarlet-shouldered Parrotlet, Barred Woodpecker, Black-backed Water-Tyrant etc.
Day 2. Aguas Calientes, Sierras del Divisor
Pucallpa-Contamana flight. Journey to Aguas Calientes in a car or motorcar. Birdwatching and scenery en route to the camp.
Day 3. Macaw Clay Lick (Red and green Macaw) and Red Uakari
Early morning we head to clay lick to wait for the Red-throated Macaws and Canary-winged Parakeets to come down to the lick. Later we shall walk some trails and search for the Red Uakari. Night photography. Camp.
Day 4. Return to Contamana
Amazon wildlife photography with Sadle-backed Tamarin and Black.chested Mustached Tamarin before we return to Contamana. Overnight at hotel in Contamana.
Day 5. Ucayali oxbow lakes and river islands. Gray river Dolphin
Visit the oxbow lakes formed by the river Ucayali. In the afternoon flight to Pucallpa and Lima.
Day 6-7. Addtional days photographing birds and mammals in the Contamana area.
Maybe it is possible to do an ascent of the nearby hills to search for Acre Antshrike and more troops of Uacari monkeys on the way.
Day 8. Return to Pucallpa.
Once we return to Pucallpa and fly back to Lima. It is also possible to return to Lima overland.