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TAMBOPATA RESERVE TOURS - LAKE SANDOVAL

Travel booking Lake Sandoval is up through the Madre de Dios River (outboard) with a journey time of 25 minutes, arriving at the checkpoint and Security Reserve Sandoval, then continues by a access trail with a walk of 50 minutes in the Peruvian jungle to reach the "pipe" that connects the mirror sandoval lake water; may enter the water mirror renting canoes inhabitants of the area.

Travel to Cocococha Lake: You arrive through the Tambopata river tours (outboard) with a travel time of 3 hours, arriving at the checkpoint and Surveillance La Torre, after a walk of 75 minutes is performed for various trails hostel owned Peruvian Safaris to reach the lake, where a wildlife observatory is a hiding place for birdwatching and otters in Tambopata tours and sandoval lake.

Travel Sachavacayoc Lake - Lake Sentenced I and II: The up through the Tambopata River (outboard) with a travel time of 3 hours 40 minutes, passing through the checkpoint and Surveillance La Torre. Then you can access private grounds Williamson hostels or Cayman Lodge Association, from there hiking trails are performed by different entering the RNTAMB and about 80-90 minutes after arriving at the lakes.

Travel to Lick Chunchos: You arrive through the Tambopata River (outboard) with a time of 4 hours and about 20 minutes (through the checkpoint and Surveillance Tower), before reaching the lick, established camps along the river where visitors can stay and appreciate between 5am and 9am variety of macaws and parrots colpeo activity in booking and reservation tambopata sandoval lake are located.

Travel to Colorado Colpa: This is probably one of the biggest Colpas of South America to reach this lick is by boat through the Tambopata River (outboard) with a time of 7 hours and 20 minutes (via the checkpoint and Surveillance Malinoswky) before reaching the final destination, there are camps located opposite the Lick (Riverfront) for overnight sightings being between 5 am and 9 am in the Peruvian jungle.

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Peru Nature Tambopata 3 days: Madre de Dios, Peru is a large department (or state) in the wild, southeastern part of the country. Its name means “Mother of God” and is a common Spanish synonym for “the Virgin Mary”. The rather generic name given to the Madre de Dios department in Peru Nature Tambopata is a reflection of how little was known about the region during the Spanish colonial era. Whereas some departments were assigned the same name used by the Incans, neither Incan people nor Spanish colonists settled in the southeastern Amazonian lowlands so the department was simply named in honor of one of the most revered figures in Roman Catholicism (the principle religion of the Spanish colonists).

Peru Nature Tambopata Reserve in a sense, this name befit a wild, untamed wilderness of dense rainforests, trackless swamps, and meandering rivers flanked by unforgiving jungle as it was believed that outsiders only survived in such a place by the grace of God. In modern times, the Madre de Dios department has become much more accessible while still retaining its wild character with reserve tambopata and sandoval lake lodge.

Tambopata huge tracts of unbroken rainforest are protected in national parks, reserves, and by several Peruvian rainforest lodges. The lack of roads and low population also keeps many parts of Madre de Dios intact and devoid of development. Nevertheless, a recently constructed road that connects routes to the Pacific with routes to the Atlantic Ocean has brought more colonists to the region along with associated deforestation, hunting, and mining activities that could pose a threat to the rainforests of Madre de Dios, Peru Nature Tambopata

Travel Itinerary Tambopata Reserve and Sandoval Lake

Peru Nature Tambopata 3 days / 2 nights

Torus Day 1:

Lima / Cusco to Puerto Maldonado –  Peru Nature Tambopata Lodge

Flight to Puerto Maldonado, and journey to the lodge. Following your morning flight to Puerto Maldonado from Lima or Cusco, you will be met at the airport by your naturalist guide and transferred to a dugout canoe for the trip up the Tambopata River to the lodge. On the journey the vegetation changes from colonized deforested areas to virgin rain forest. A box-lunch is provided on board. On arrival you’ll have a welcome drink and meet the rest of the staff. In the late afternoon you set off for an introductory walk into the “terra firme” forest behind the lodge (Trail 2), dominated by giant Brazil-nut and Dipteryx trees. Frequently seen mammals on this trail are Saddle-back Tamarinds, Brown Capuchins, Agoutis, Pacas, Blue-Morpho butterflies, Trogons, Toucans and many other species of birds. After dinner a night walk to find nocturnal animals or insects by the eye-shine a specialization for increasing the light and see better, about 50% of the animals are nocturnal in the rainforest. (L, D)

Tours Day 2:

Peru Nature Tambopata Lodge – Lake Condenado

Hike to Lake Condenado. After an early breakfast you and your nature guide will board the motorized canoe once again for the short journey to the trail head to begin a morning’s exploration by foot and paddle canoe of the lake system of Condenado, rich in bird and aquatic life. A family of Giant Otters lives in the vicinity of the lake and are often observed. Birds abound especially Rufescent Tiger-herons, Great Egrets, Wattled Jacanas, Hoatzin, the noisy Donacobius and many others. Remember to bring your hat and sun cream for there is no shade out on the water. You will return to the lodge in time for lunch. The afternoon is for exploring the forest close to the lodge (with or without your guide), relaxing and bathing in the Gallucunca, a cool clear stream beside the lodge or visit our tree platforms, going up with ropes and harnesses for a bird’s eye view of the forest and for close-ups of arboreal orchids and the many other species of plants and animals that are never seen near the ground (extra cost). After dark you will go searching for caiman (alligators) and other nocturnal animals by motorized canoe along the Tambopata River. (B, L, D)

Tours Day 3:

Peru Nature Tambopata – Return Puerto Maldonado

Departure. Time to return to the city of Puerto Maldonado is scheduled according to flight time of the group. In the mornings you can see the wildlife that is particularly active at this time, are frequently heard howler monkeys or stop. Your guide will give support to his arrival in Puerto Maldonado and will relocate to the airport and assist you on your flight.

Additional days at Tambopata Eco Lodge:

Any number of extra days at the lodge, in addition to the above mentioned program, is possible. These can be guided or unguided according to your preference and interests. During these days you can either, explore the trail system in more depth, going further afield along trails not visited before; repeat the lake visits accompanying other groups, giving you more time to wonder/paddle in your favorite areas; visit our tree platforms, going up with ropes and harnesses for a bird’s eye view of the forest and for close-ups of arboreal orchids and the many other species of plants and animals that are never seen near the ground or at dawn when the main activity of the forest begin with a sun rise. (Extra cost); Full board is included during each of these days..

Services included in your trip – Peru Nature Tambopata Reserve:

  • All meals and accommodation from lunch on Day 1 to Breakfast on your final day (inclusive).
  • All transport from your arrival at Puerto Maldonado to your return to the airport (inclusive).
  • All guided excursions described in the itinerary (including additional days, if you wish). One night excursion on the river looking for Caiman.

Services Excluded in your trip – Peru Nature Tambopata Reserve:

  • Flights to and from Puerto Maldonado, The entrance Fee to the TNR aprox $ 12.00 per person, airport taxes. Any drinks you may purchase from the bar. Tips.

Very important shuttle Hostel Tambopata Eco Lodge In / Out:

  • Arrival transfer (Puerto Maldonado – Lodge): We have daily shipments of 12: 00hrs. 12: 40hrs, after 13: 00hrs require private transfers at additional cost. Transfers after 16:00 hrs. Are not possible for the safety of passengers, they should stay in town to meet their accommodation and food costs for translation into early the next day for private transport or wait until the hour of the daily commute.
  • Transfer out (Lodge-Puerto Maldonado) have daily departures from 6: 30hrs to 7: 00hrs so we recommend flights after 10: 30hrs.

 

Amazon Green Tambopata 4 days: for those with limited time in jungle trips but still wanting to experience a rich and remarkable section of the Amazon Rainforest the beautiful Sandoval Lake Lodge in the lower section of the Tambopata National Reserve is an excellent choice. Here we present an extended version of our 4 day itinerary with a highly recommended extra day to make the most of this wildlife rich rainforest environment in amazon green.

This Tambopata Eco lodge is easily accessible from the friendly and fascinating jungle town of Puerto Maldonado, a major centre of the timber, gold mining and eco-tourism industries in the Southern Peruvian Amazon. Puerto Maldonado is itself easily accessed from Lima and Cusco due to excellent local air links. From Puerto Maldonado our lodge is approximately 3 hours away and the journey – a thirty minute boat ride, followed by a short jungle hike and finally a paddle to our jungle home by catamaran – is fascinating in itself. Lago Sandoval is an ox-bow lake, a curve of the Madre de Dios River cut off by the river changing course. These quiet and beautiful habitats are wonderful places for wildlife watching, whether exploring the Tambopata National Reserve lake in silence by catamaran, with only the sound of our craft’s paddles for company, or walking trails with experienced nature guides through diverse forest habitats.

 Travel Itinerary Tambopata and Lago Sandoval

Amazon Green Tambopata 4 days / 3 nights

(OPERATIVE FROM APRIL 1st TO OCTOBER 31th)

Tours Day 1:

Lima / Cusco – Puerto Maldonado – Amazon Green Tambopata Eco Lodge

Flight to Puerto Maldonado, and journey to the lodge. Following your morning flight to Puerto Maldonado from Lima or Cusco, you will be met at the airport by your naturalist guide and transferred to a dugout canoe for the trip up the Tambopata River to the lodge. On the journey the vegetation changes from colonized deforested areas to virgin rain forest. A box-lunch is provided on board. On arrival you’ll have a welcome drink and meet the rest of the staff. In the late afternoon you set off for an introductory walk into the “terra firme” forest behind the lodge (Trail 2), dominated by giant Brazil-nut and Dipteryx trees. Frequently seen mammals on this trail are Saddle-back Tamarinds, Brown Capuchins, Agoutis, Pacas, Blue-Morpho butterflies, Trogons, Toucans and many other species of birds. After dinner a night walk to find nocturnal animals or insects by the eye-shine a specialization for increasing the light and see better, about 50% of the animals are nocturnal in the rainforest.

Tours Day 2:

Amazon Green – Hike to Lake Condenado – Macaw Parrot Clay Lick – Chuncho – Collpa

Hike to Lake Condenado & trip to the Macaw & parrot Clay-lick “EL CHUNCHO” (Collpa). After an early breakfast you and your nature guide will board the motorized canoe once again for the short journey to the trail head to begin a morning’s exploration by foot and paddle canoe of the lake system of Condenado, rich in bird and aquatic life. A family of Giant Otters lives in the vicinity of the lake and are often observed. Birds abound especially Rufescent Tiger-herons, Great Egrets, Wattled Jacanas, Hoatzin, the noisy Donacobius and many others. Remember to bring your hat and sun cream for there is no shade out on the water. You will return to the lodge in time for lunch. After lunch you return to the canoe to continue the journey upstream, a further 2 hrs, to an area deep within the Tambopata National Reserve where the isolated MACAW & PARROT CLAY LICK “EL CHUNCHO” is situated. This Collpa is actually the second large clay cliffs lining the Tambopata River in this area. After dinner you will go searching for some animals like Capybaras, Caimans, Tapirs, and the famous Jaguar by walk along the banks of the Tambopata River, Many foot prints of these animals are daily observed on the banks. Camping on the beach near the Collpa “EL CHUNCHO”. (B,L,D).

Tours Day 3:

Collpa El Chuncho – Tambopata Eco Lodge –  Amazon Green

Visit the Collpa “EL CHUNCHO” and return to Tambopata Eco Lodge. A pre-dawn start is needed to get to the clay-lick before the birds. They arrive in search of minerals and salts and the digestive properties of the clay particles themselves. On average several dozens Macaws and smaller parrots visit the clay-lick daily, including Scarlet, Blue and Yellow, Red and Green, and Chestnut-fronted and Blue-headed parrots, among others. Following a late morning hike we return down river to the lodge for lunch. At night you will go searching for Caimans (alligators) and other nocturnal animals by canoe along the Tambopata River. Night in the Tambopata Eco Lodge. (B, L, D).

Tours Day 4:

Amazon Green Tambopata – Return to Puerto Maldonado

Departure. Time to return to the city of Puerto Maldonado is scheduled according to flight time of the group. In the mornings you can see the wildlife that is particularly active at this time, are frequently heard howler monkeys or stop. Your guide will give support to his arrival in Puerto Maldonado and will relocate to the airport and assist you on your flight.

Additional days at the Macaw Lick or Collpa:

Any number of extra days in the vicinity of the Collpa, over and above the aforementioned program, is possible. These can be guided or unguided according to your preference and interests. During these days you can either; explore the trail system in more depth, going further a field along trails not visited before; visit a small lake hidden amongst the trees with a floating viewing platform situated in it; take a trip up river to explore a clear forest stream teeming with fish. Full board is included during each of these days.

Services included in your Macaw lick trip:

  • All meals and accommodation (camping gear) from lunch on Day 1 to Breakfast on your final day (inclusive).
  • All transport from your arrival al Puerto Maldonado to your return to the airport (inclusive).
  • All guided excursions describes in the itinerary (including on additional days, if you wish).
  • One night excursion on the river looking for Caiman.

Services Excluded in your Macaw lick trip:

  • Flights to and from Puerto Maldonado, The entrance Fee to the TNR $ 25.00 per person, airport taxes, Tree climbing (with harnesses and ropes). Any drinks you may purchase from the bar, Tips.

Very important shuttle Hostel Tambopata Eco Lodge In / Out:

  • Arrival transfer (Puerto Maldonado – Lodge): We have daily shipments of 12: 00hrs. 12: 40hrs, after 13: 00hrs require private transfers at additional cost. Transfers after 16:00 hrs. Are not possible for the safety of passengers, they should stay in town to meet their accommodation and food costs for translation into early the next day for private transport or wait until the hour of the daily commute.
  • Transfer out (Lodge-Puerto Maldonado) have daily departures from 6: 30hrs to 7: 00hrs so we recommend flights after 10: 30hrs.

 

Amazon Trips Tambopata Lodge 4 days: Select Experiences are private adventures that reveal the essence of a destination through cultural and active discoveries. These private and independent explorations offer you insider access to enjoy a city or region and give you the freedom of a flexible itinerary for jungle trips. Choose your preferred departure date and experience Selects on their own or as a complement to other travel.

Extraordinary sights, colors, and sounds surround you on this true ecoadventure in the Amazon Basin of southeastern Peru—from river shore to treetops. Tambopata Eco Lodge From your base in a comfortable and contemporary lodge, you explore the rainforest on foot, by canoe, and suspended safely in the treetop canopy, as you learn about the incredible diversity of the Tambopata National Reserve, a conserved area the size of Connecticut that’s home to 600 species of birds, 200 mammal species, and 1,200 butterfly species! Part of an even larger protected corridor running from central Peru to central Bolivia that is home to over 40 ethnic groups, this is a perfect place to learn about the Amazon’s biodiversity and the efforts to protect this vast and precious region amazon trips.

Travel Itinerary Tambopata and Lago Sandoval

Amazon Trips Tambopata Lodge 4 days / 3 nights

Tours Day 1:

Lima / Cusco – Puerto Maldonado (Madre de Dios) – Amazon Trips Tambopata Lodge

Flight to Puerto Maldonado, and journey to the lodge. Following your morning flight to Puerto Maldonado from Lima or Cusco, you will be met at the airport by your naturalist guide and transferred to a dugout canoe for the trip up the Tambopata River to the lodge. On the journey the vegetation changes from colonized deforested areas to virgin rain forest. A box-lunch is provided on board. On arrival you’ll have a welcome drink and meet the rest of the staff. In the late afternoon you set off for an introductory walk into the “terra firme” forest behind the lodge (Trail 2), dominated by giant Brazil-nut and Dipteryx trees. Frequently seen mammals on this trail are Saddle-back Tamarinds, Brown Capuchins, Agoutis, Pacas, Blue-Morpho butterflies, Trogons, Toucans and many other species of birds. After dinner a night walk to find nocturnal animals or insects by the eye-shine a specialization for increasing the light and see better, about 50% of the animals are nocturnal in the rainforest.

Tours Day 2:

Tambopata Lodge – Hike to Lake Condenado

After an early breakfast you and your nature guide will board the motorized canoe once again for the short journey to the trail head to begin a morning’s exploration by foot and paddle canoe of the lake system of Condenado, rich in bird and aquatic life. A family of Giant Otters lives in the vicinity of the lake and are often observed. Birds abound especially Rufescent Tiger-herons, Great Egrets, Wattled Jacanas, Hoatzin, the noisy Donacobius and many others. Remember to bring your hat and sun cream for there is no shade out on the water. You will return to the lodge in time for lunch. The afternoon is for exploring the forest close to the lodge (with or without your guide), relaxing and bathing in the Gallucunca, a cool clear stream beside the lodge or visit our tree platforms, going up with ropes and harnesses for a bird’s eye view of the forest and for close-ups of arboreal orchids and the many other species of plants and animals that are never seen near the ground (extra cost). After dark you will go searching for caiman (alligators) and other nocturnal animals by motorized canoe along the Tambopata River. (B, L, D).

Tours Day 3:

Hike to Lake Sachavacayoc (Tapir Lake) – Amazon Trips – Tambopata Lodge

After an early breakfast you will take a short boat ride down river to the trail head. Here you embark on a longer trail which leads to a spectacular hidden lake, requiring the crossing of streams and swampy ground, past the giant Lupuna trees (kings of the jungle) which abound in this part of the forest. On the walk you are introduced to more aspects of the forest and its animals. At the lake itself it is possible to spot the elusive Black Caiman and Giant Otters. We return for lunch. The afternoon is free for relaxation and bathing (B, L, D)

Tours Day 4:

Amazon Trips Tambopata Lodge – Departure Puerto Maldonado:

Time to return to the city of Puerto Maldonado is scheduled according to flight time of the group. In the mornings you can see the wildlife that is particularly active at this time, are frequently heard howler monkeys or stop. Your guide will give support to his arrival in Puerto Maldonado and will relocate to the airport and assist you on your flight.. (B).

Additional days at Tambopata Eco Lodge:

Any number of extra days at the lodge, in addition to the above mentioned program, is possible. These can be guided or unguided according to your preference and interests.

During these days you can either, explore the trail system in more depth, going further a field along trails not visited before; repeat the lake visits accompanying other groups, giving you more time to wonder/paddle in your favorite areas; visit our tree platforms, going up with ropes and harnesses for a bird’s eye view of the forest and for close-ups of arboreal orchids and the many other species of plants and animals that are never seen near the ground or at dawn when the main activity of the forest begin with a sun rise. (Extra cost); Full board is included during each of these days.

Services included in your Trip – Amazon Trips Tambopata Lodge:

  • All meals and accommodation from lunch on Day 1 to Breakfast on your final day (inclusive).
  • All transport from your arrival at Puerto Maldonado to your return to the airport (inclusive).
  • All guided excursions describes in the itinerary (including on additional days, if you wish).
  • One night excursion on the river looking for Caiman.

Services Excluded in your trip – Amazon Trips Tambopata Lodge:

  • Flights to and from Puerto Maldonado, The entrance Fee to the TNR aprox $ 25.00 per person, airport taxes. Any drinks you may purchase from the bar. Tips.

Amazon Rainforest Tambopata EcoLodge 4 days: The Tambopata Macaw Project is a long-term multidisciplinary study of the natural history, conservation and management of large macaws clay lick and parrots. The main topics of study include monitoring and observation of macaws nests, increasing survival rates of younger scarlet macaw chicks, documenting patterns of clay lick use by large macaws and other parrots, and documenting and understanding the impact of tourism on macaw clay licks. Since Dr. Donald Brighsmith’s incorporation to the project in 1998, the project has become one of the world’s foremost studies on wild macaws.

The Tambopata Macaw project has been working hard to understand the links between the clay lick, nesting, tree phenology (flowering and fruiting) and the movements of parrots in and out of the area. Over a thousand mornings of clay lick observation and literally hundreds of thousands of registrations may be the largest set of parrot data ever assembled. We have come a long way in understanding these interactions and now have a much better idea of what drives the annual life cycles of the macaws and parrots in Tambopata. A summary of our new findings is presented in this paper.

 Travel Itinerary Tambopata and Lago Sandoval

Amazon Rainforest Tambopata EcoLodge 4 days / 5 nights

Tours Day 1:

Lima / Cusco – Puerto Maldonado – Amazon Rainforest Tambopata

Flight to Puerto Maldonado, and journey to the lodge. Following your morning flight to Puerto Maldonado from Lima or Cusco, you will be met at the airport by your naturalist guide and transferred to a dugout canoe for the trip up the Tambopata River to the lodge. On the journey the vegetation changes from colonized deforested areas to virgin rain forest. A box-lunch is provided on board. On arrival you’ll have a welcome drink and meet the rest of the staff. In the late afternoon you set off for an introductory walk into the “terra firme” forest behind the lodge (Trail 2), dominated by giant Brazil-nut and Dipteryx trees. Frequently seen mammals on this trail are Saddle-back Tamarinds, Brown Capuchins, Agoutis, Pacas, Blue-Morpho butterflies, Trogons, Toucans and many other species of birds. After dinner a night walk to find nocturnal animals or insects by the eye-shine a specialization for increasing the light and see better, about 50% of the animals are nocturnal in the rainforest. (L, D).

Tours Day 2:

Trip to the Macaw Clay lick (Collpa de guacamayos) – Tambopata Lodge – Amazon Rainforest

After breakfast you return to the canoe to continue the journey upstream, a further 4 hrs, to an area deep within the Reserve National where the isolated Collpa is situated. The Collpa is actually one of the large clay cliffs lining the Tambopata River in this area. After lunch you and your guide have the afternoon to explore the trail system in the area. Camping on the beach near the Collpa. (B,L,D). All camping gear is provided by us.

Tours Day 3:

Macaw Clay lick – Tambopata EcoLodge – Amazon Rainforest

Visit the Collpa and return to Tambopata Eco Lodge. A pre-dawn start is needed to get to the clay-lick before the birds. They arrive in search of minerals and salts and the digestive properties of the clay particles themselves. On average several hundred Macaws and smaller parrots visit the clay-lick daily, including Scarlet, Blue and Yellow, Red and Green, and Chestnut-fronted and Blue-headed parrots, among others. This clay-lick is considered one of the largest in the world. Following a late morning hike and lunch we return down river to the lodge. At night you will go searching for Caiman (alligators) and other nocturnal animals by canoe along the Tambopata River. Night in the Tambopata Eco Lodge. (B,L,D).

Tours Day 4:

Tambopata EcoLodge – Amazon Rainforest – Departure Puerto Maldonado

Time to return to the city of Puerto Maldonado is scheduled according to flight time of the group. In the mornings you can see the wildlife that is particularly active at this time, are frequently heard howler monkeys or stop. Your guide will give support to his arrival in Puerto Maldonado and will relocate to the airport and assist you on your flight.

Additional days at the Macaw Lick or Collpa:

Any number of extra days in the vicinity of the Collpa, over and above the aforementioned program, is possible. These can be guided or unguided according to your preference and interests. During these days you can either; explore the trail system in more depth, going further a field along trails not visited before; visit a small lake hidden amongst the trees with a floating viewing platform situated in it; take a trip up river to explore a clear forest stream teeming with fish. Full board is included during each of these days.

Services included in your Macaw lick trip:

  • All meals and accommodation (camping gear) from lunch on Day 1 to Breakfast on your final day (inclusive).
  • All transport from your arrival al Puerto Maldonado to your return to the airport (inclusive).
  • All guided excursions describes in the itinerary (including on additional days, if you wish).
  • One night excursion on the river looking for Caiman.

Services Excluded in your Macaw lick trip:

  • Flights to and from Puerto Maldonado, The entrance Fee to the TNR $ 40.00 per person, airport taxes. Any drinks you may purchase from the bar, Tips.

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