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Maquenque Natural Reserve is a sustainable tourism project that conserves and protects 230 hectares of very rainy tropical forest, home to important species such as jaguar, tapir, and green macaw, to name a few. We believe that sustainable tourism is a powerful tool for the protection of natural resources, which is why our project seeks the establishment of a Research Center, which facilitates and offers the opportunity, to visitors and people from the community, to have specialized knowledge about the animals and the forest.
We hope to be open for the year 2022, receiving people in the hostel and in the study centre. Currently, we offer a unique experience at the Maquenque Mixed Wildlife Refuge, where visitors spend a night in a small station located 2 kilometers inland. During the night, an expedition of about one hour is carried out along the paths of the reserve, bordering marshy lagoons in search of snakes, frogs and other nocturnal animals, such as kinkajous or the popular owls and owls.
The next day, in the morning, a tour of avifauna is made, taking advantage of the first rays of the sun and looking for all those species characteristic of this forest, such as manakins, limpets, antpittas, antbirds, among many others. As an extra of the tour, we give the possibility of kayaking in the San Carlos river or make the tour of the majestic river Tres Amigos. All our experiences are done with local people, with experience in tour guiding, including dinner and breakfast in the forest.
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