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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.

The Lost City Païtiti:

  • From the distant times of the Conquest has spoken of the existence of ” lost cities ” , the legendary Païtiti and fabulous riches hidden between the forest of the Department of Madre de Dios , perched in the foothills of the Andes penetrating as spurs backwoods .

Have been numerous expeditions that have been made to find them, without any of the explorers have located so far.
He said about the Father Aza in his ” Notes on the History of Mother of God ” the Father Cenitagoya , also a Dominican missionary, informed him of respectable antiquity monuments found on an expedition to Pantiacolla river when the Mission was established leading the same name.
These remains , of which not previously had any news , consist of rock inscriptions and recorded in a voltage eleven meters long by two meters wide figures.
The greed of the Spanish conquistadors for gold and the desire of the Indians to get rid of them , resulted in the first years of the conquest to the proliferation of legends empires of fabulous riches and beautiful women , set in the dense jungle .
One of the most interesting stories of this type is the Empire Païtiti , collected and first mentioned by Alvarez Maldonado to return his unfortunate adventure Madre de Dios river, or Amarumayo , which was the name that the Incas knew this river.
The confused idea , which by then was in the region makes in contemporary accounts is attributed to the great rivers travels afar. And so, on the left by Alvarez Maldonado version of issue are mixed and confused the Apurimac , Cockaigne, JIRCAS , Amarumayo , Manu rivers , Etc.
The fact is that according to this legend Païtiti , at the confluence of the Madre de Dios and Beni, the Mantaro River, which was supposed to be dragged into the Amazon jungle, was an empire in which the Incas had originated , who in turn had failed later in an attempt to conquer their supposed ancestors .
As had happened with previous legends , the myth of Païtiti spread and led to many attempts to penetrate the forest of this region , also known as the Mojos region , part of which is now in the territory of Bolivia , in for the riches that were supposed to exist there.
From Cochabamba and Santa Cruz also frequently out expeditions to explore the Amazon jungle, which gained unusual intensity activity when Païtiti legend became widespread and well , most of the governors of Santa Cruz made ​​constant attempts to penetrate the region of the Mojos and reduce them.
Such was the interest that was put into these adventures that even the President of the Audiencia of Charcas, Juan de Guizarazu , prepared an expedition that did not perform, but originated to gather important documentation on all attempts hitherto been made and results.
The documents gathered , is the story of the healing of Mataca , Alcaya Felipe de Diego , who says that the Incas entered the region and held Mojos bloody struggles with Guarani invasions .
Alcaya also says that an Inca general and nephew of an emperor named Mango, managed to subdue Indians Païtiti and his empire grew to a great extent.
The Conde de Castelar sent a reporter to the King , in which the region of Madre de Dios , Beni, Mamore and Andera and according to this sketch indicates , the central region of the Empire would be in Païtiti the confluence of the rivers Beni and Mamore in Bolivia ‘s area .
Despite numerous expeditions by the Spanish Empire area of course , never came to find evidence of its existence.

La ciudad Perdida del Paititi:

Desde los lejanos tiempos de la Conquista Española se ha hablado de la existencia de “ciudades perdidas incas”, del legendario Paititi y de las fabulosas riquezas escondidas entre la floresta del Departamento de Madre de Dios en el amazonas, encaramadas en las estribaciones de los Andes que penetran como espolones en la selva virgen.
Numerosas han sido las expediciones que se han realizado para encontrarlas, sin que ninguno de los exploradores las haya localizado hasta ahora dentro de la selva peruana.
Al respecto dice el Padre Aza en sus “Apuntes para la Historia de Madre de Dios”, que el Padre Cenitagoya, también misionero dominico, le informó sobre monumentos de respetable antigüedad encontrados en una expedición al río Pantiacolla, cuando se estableció la Misión que lleva el mismo nombre.
Dichos restos, de los que antes no se tenía noticia alguna, consisten en inscripciones y figuras grabadas en roca en una tensión de once metros de largo por dos de ancho.
La codicia de los conquistadores españoles por el oro y el deseo de los indígenas de deshacerse de ellos, dieron lugar en los primeros años de la conquista a la proliferación de leyendas sobre imperios de fabulosas riquezas de puro oro y las bellas mujeres del incanato, enclavados en la espesura de la selva amazonica.
Uno de los más interesantes relatos de este tipo es la ciudad perdida del Paititi que es puro oro la ciudad, recogido y mencionado por primera vez por Alvarez de Maldonado al retorno de su desgraciada aventura al río Madre de Dios y al tambopata y al sandoval lake, o Amarumayo, que era el nombre con que los Incas conocieron este río desde la antiguedad.
La confusa idea, que por entonces se tenía de la región, hace que en los relatos de la época se atribuya a los ríos fantásticos recorridos por lejanos lugares. Y así, en la versión dejada por Alvarez de Maldonado sobre su expedición se mezclan y confunden con los ríos del Apurimac, Jauja, Jircas, Amarumayo, Manu Jungle, Tambopata reserve, etc.
El hecho es que según esta leyenda de la ciudad del Paititi, en la confluencia del Madre de Dios y el Beni, con el río Mantaro, que se suponía se prolongaba hasta el interior de la selva amazónica peruana, había un imperio inca en el que se habían originado los incas, quienes a su vez habían fracasado más tarde en el intento de conquistar a sus supuestos antecesores.
Como había sucedido con anteriores leyendas, el mito del Paititi se propagó y dio lugar a muchas tentativas de penetración en la selva de esa región, conocida también como región de los mojos, parte de las cuales se encuentra hoy en el territorio de Bolivia, en busca de las riquezas que se suponían existía allí.
Desde Cochabamba y Santa Cruz (Bolivia) salían también con frecuencia expediciones para explorar la selva amazónica, actividad que cobró inusitada intensidad cuando se generalizó la leyenda del Paititi y así, la mayoría de los gobernadores de Santa Cruz hicieron constantes intentos de penetrar en la región de los Mojos y reducirlos.
Tal fue el interés que se puso en estas andanzas que aún el Presidente de la Audiencia de Charcas, Juan de Guizarazu, preparó una expedición que no llegó a realizar, pero originó que reuniera una importante documentación sobre todas las tentativas que hasta entonces se habían realizado y sus resultados.
Entre los documentos que reunió, está el relato del cura de Mataca, Diego Felipe de Alcaya, quien dice que los Incas penetraron a la región de Mojos y sostuvieron cruentas luchas con invasiones de guaraníes.
Dice también Alcaya, que un general incaico, sobrino de un emperador y llamado Mango, logró someter a los indios del Paititi y su imperio llegó a tener una gran extensión dentro del amazonas.
El Conde de Castelar envió un cronista al Rey, en el que se indica la región de los ríos Madre de Dios, Beni, Mamoré y Andera y según este croquis, la región central del Imperio del Paititi se encontraría en la confluencia de los ríos Beni y Mamoré en zona que es boliviana.

Pese a las numerosas expediciones realizadas por los españoles a la zona del supuesto imperio, nunca se llegó a encontrar indicios de su existencia.

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