Today, you are in for a real treat. After a nutritious breakfast, you will get ready for a long hike in the Tambopata National Reserve, reaching the shores of Lake Sandoval. This experience will teach you why Madre de Dios is called the biodiversity capital of Peru. You will see the conservation works being conducted at the reserve, learn how the lake was formed, and sail upon it in a canoe. It is the home to the endangered giant otter, the blue and yellow macaw, the howler monkey, the black caiman, and one of the world's largest scaled freshwater fish, the paiche. Returning to the lodge, you will eat lunch, and later in the afternoon experience something extraordinary: the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway and Anaconda hike. It begins with a 20 minute outboard canoe ride to the Inkaterra Canopy interpretation center where you will learn about how the canopy was built as well as the NGO, Inkaterra Association (ITA), projects. Next, you will climb one of the two 30 meter towers and cross seven interconnected hanging bridges that cross the tree tops at an elevation of 28 meters. From here, you will gain a majestic view of the surrounding area and, if you are lucky, you may spy a red billed toucan, hummingbirds, surucua trogons, squirrel monkeys, and a three toed sloth. After you climb down, you will continue feeling the incredible energy of the primary forest while walking down a 200 meter wooden bridge across the swamps filled with aguaje palm trees. Awaiting you at the lodge is a fantastic and energizing dinner.