Accompanied by our specialized guides, you'll learn to detect, identify and even mimic bird songs as you attempt to connect with Lake Titicaca's native species. You'll visit different ecosystems to spot a wide range of local birds, but will focus especially on the protected wetland area near the lodge. As a member of the RAMSAR Convention on wildlife, this neighbouring protected site is home to 103 species of different migratory and residential birds, several of which are only native to this area.
Leaving early in the morning or late in the afternoon, you'll find birds leaving for breakfast or returning home for a night's rest. Some species are highly recognizable by their colourful feathers while others are harder to spot in the opaque and subdued tones of their plumages, a protective measure to ensure camouflage from enemies. Depending on the season, you'll be able to see flamingos and great crested grebes, among many other species.