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Tambopata Tours National Reserve 3D / 2N

Created with Sketch. Tambopata, Madre de Dios, Peru
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Tambopata Tours National Reserve 3D / 2N, This enthralling jungle adventure allows total immersion into the wild beauty of the Amazon in Peru. Walk through abundant rainforest, spot exotic wildlife and learn about the healing properties of native plants. This tour is an excellent introduction to the friendly people and amazing creatures of the Amazon. Come along with us and visit Lake Sandoval. It is one of the most important ox bow lakes on the Madre de Dios River. Lake Sandoval Peru is also one of the most beautiful lakes in the Peruvian Amazon. It is located in the Tambopata National Reserve, in the Madre de Dios region. Sandoval Lake Puerto Maldonado is 3 km long and 1 km. wide. The average water temperature is 26 C°. It is certainly a splendid place to observe the region´s flora and fauna in their natural habitat.

Tours Tambopata Tours National Reserve 3D / 2N

There are over a thousand species of birds that live in this area, and there are thousands of other animal species, (some of which are in danger of extinction). You can see giant nutrias, black caimans, river otters, toucans, and many others. We invite you to enjoy this unique experience in the natural environment of Lake Sandoval. And while you immerse yourself in nature, you will also be able to take part in a lot of adventure activities.
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    Activities: Trekking Adventure
    Difficulty Levels: 3 of 5
    Maximum Altitude: 183 masl. / 600 ft.
    Accommodation: 2 Days Lodge
    Departures Day: Daily Departures
    Starts: Pick up at your accommodation in Puerto Maldonado 8:30 AM
    Ends: Drop-off at your accommodation in Puerto Maldonado around 4:45 PM


Day 1: Welcome to the Jungle – Caiman Spotting – Monkey.
On arrival of your flight or bus to Puerto Maldonado, our guides or staff will meet you at the airport or bus station and transfer you to our office to make a registration.

Your excess luggage will be stored safely in our office in Puerto Maldonado and then we will continue to the Capitanía port. We take our motor boat along the Madre de Dios River for approximately 40 minutes to Paradise Canopy Adventure. A cool welcome drink awaits you.

After a well-deserved lunch, we take the kayaks to the river, well protected with high quality life jackets, and accompanied by a motor boat that guarantees extra security; this level one activity is relaxing and accessible for all. Getting Monkey Island you will be able appreciate a great diversity of monkeys such as the: capuchin, tamarines y squirrel monkeys we will put on a show of swinging through the treetops charging down the trunks of the large trees that form their home in order to accept food from your hand.

Return to Paradise Canopy Adventure. Nocturnal activities are available this night we have the caiman spotting.

Shuttle to Amazon Garden Lodge.: 1½ hour by bus from Puerto Maldonado.
Walking Distance: 9km. / 5.5mile.
Trekking Time: 1½ to 2 hour approximately.
Climate: Moderate
Acomodation: Amazon Garden Lodge.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner.
Maximum Altitude: 180 masl. / 600 ft.
Minimum Altitude: 180 masl. / 600 ft.
Day 2: Sandoval Lake.
After a great breakfast, and distributed to each traveler lunch and snacks we’ll take the boat to get to the control of Tambopata National Reserve Zone, after 1 and half hour walking trhough the rainforest we are approaching to the famous Sandoval Lake. This way by immense ancient trees and entangled vines; we will be able to see multihued flower and fauna including: Giant Otters, birds, coloured butterflies, turtles, and variety of fish. We will spend few hours in canoe on this one of the most beautiful lakes in region.

Return to Paradise Canopy Adventure, dinner and rest.

hike: 3 km / 1.8 miles
hike time: ½ to 1 hour approximately.
Optional to relax: enjoy the sunset from the top of our 20 meters tower.
Climate: hot in the day and warm in the night.
Acomodation: Lodge.
Meals: Happy hour, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
Maximum Altitude: 180 masl. / 600 ft.
Minimum Altitude: 180 masl. / 600 ft.
Day 3: Puerto Maldonado City
After a restful night’s sleep, the morning begins with the sound of beautiful birdsongs from the Amazon Paradise. In our dining room awaits a farewell breakfast before embarking the return to Puerto Maldonado.

Transfer: from our lodge to Puerto Capitania.
Optional visit: early morning visit to the parrots.
Explore Puerto Maldonado city.
Meals: Breakfast.
Transfer: your respective bus stop or the airport.
Maximum Altitude: 180 masl. / 600 ft.
Minimum Altitude: 180 masl. / 600 ft.

What is Included?

  • Transfers In/out
  • Naturalist guide in English and Spanish
  • Transportation by private boat
  • Excursions mentioned in the programe
  • Overnights in our jungle Lodges
  • Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Water at any time and warm drinks or lemonades with meals
  • Professional English-Spanish Speaking Tour Guide
  • Assistant Tour Guide for group of 10 people
  • Professional Cook and asistants
  • Food 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches and 2 Dinners. If you have a dietary request such as vegetarian food please let us know.
  • Vegetarian food Option
  • Oxygen bottle, First aid kit
  • Entrance tickets for the reserve
  • Transportation by boat
  • Adventure activities

Not Included:

  • Personal trekking gear, tips to guide and support staff, city services.
  • First breakfast (first day) is normally provided at your hotel before leaving.
  • Last lunch at the end of the tour on 3th Day
  • Airport taxes.

Tambopata Tours 3 Days Tour's Location

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Tambopata Tours 3 Days FAQs

When is the best time to visit Tambopata?
One of the most frequently asked questions by people who are planning a trip to Peru is when they should visit Tambopata. They wonder if weather and/or animal sightings vary by time of year or if there are other factors to take into consideration. Although it would be easy to say that it’s worth it to experience the exciting Amazonian rainforests of Tambopata at any time of the year, most visitors do prefer to stay at Posada Amazonas, Refugio Amazonas, and the Tambopata Research Center during the dry season. Nevertheless, there are advantages to visiting Tambopata during the wet season too so the best time to go depends more on what you hope to see and how you would like to experience the Amazon rainforest. The following questions and their respective answers will help you decide when to visit Tambopata:
When is the dry season?: Although it can rain at any time of the year, the Tambopata region tends to be drier from May until October. The rains start up in earnest in November and continue until April with therainiest months usually being November and December. Upsides to visiting during the dry season are trails that aren’t as muddy, little chance of activities being affected by rain, and more macaws and parrots on the clay licks. Downsides to visiting during the dry season are hotter weather, less bird activity on sunny days, more difficulty in finding amphibians, and more travel time on rivers due to low water levels.
Why visit Tambopata eco-lodges during the wet season?: Although you can expect a lot of rain, there will probably be fewer fellow ecotourists (if you like a lot of extra elbow room), it usually rains in the afternoon, it tends to be a bit cooler, and there may be higher bird activity on account of the cloudy weather. The ponds and temporal wetlands that form at this time of the year in the rainforest can also make it easier to find reptiles and amphibians.
When will I see the most animals?: In all honesty, no month is particularly better to see animals than any other. While more parrots and macaws tend to visit the clay lick during the dry season, other animals are encountered with the same frequency no matter what the time of the year. A much bigger factor that comes into play for seeing Amazonian wildlife is the guide’s level of experience and training.
When is the best time to see monkeys?: If you visit lodges such as the Tambopata Research Center, Refugio Amazonas, or Posada Amazonas, you have a very good chance of seeing several monkey species throughout the year. The rollicking calls of Dusky Titis echo from vine tangles, Red Howler Monkeys call from the canopy, and troops of Squirrel Monkeys roam through second growth near oxbow lakes. Black Spider Monkeys may be a bit easier to find during the wet season because it’s usually easier to locate the fruiting trees they feed on but a good guide will increase your chances of seeing them no matter what the time of the year.
What is included in the price of the room?
Basically, everything, once you arrive in Puerto Maldonado, is included, such as:
All meals
Tours, Services, Guides
Transfer from and to the airport of Puerto Maldonado
All river transportation
Things that aren’t included are:
International or domestic airfares,
Airport departure taxes or visa fees,
Excess baggage charges,
Additional nights during the trip due to flight cancellations,
Alcoholic beverages or bottled water, snacks,
Insurance of any kind,
Phone calls or messages, reconfirmation of flights and items of personal nature.
Should I pack rubber boots?
Around the lobby you will find racks with rubber boots arranged by size. The largest size we carry is 11. You can use these boots for our walks or outings into the forest. Please remember that when walking inside the lodge facilities and in order to prevent bringing mud inside, you must take out your boots or muddy shoes. We suggest to use sandals, clean sneakers, slippers or socks. During rainy season the corridors to your rooms get wet, so we recommend to bring light anti-slip slippers to avoid getting your socks wet.
Is there electricity at the lodge?
electricity-outletsThe lodge is run mainly on propane. You can charge batteries a few hours a day in the dining room area. Communications are powered by solar energy and there is wireless internet available at night. We use electric bulbs in public areas at night. *We have electricity three times per day: From 6hrs to 8hrs - From 12hrs to 14hrs - From 17hrs to 22hrs (Referential time)
Can I drink the water?
We provide natural spring water 24 hours per day. Please use the water wisely. We advise you not to drink the water from the river, lake or any of the taps. Consumable water can be found throughout the lodge from many dispensers and pitchers as well as a variety of other beverages available. All the water that the lodge provides is purified with an ozone treatment. We also suggest that you use this water to brush your teeth. Please turn off the water flow while lathering and soaping up to reduce unnecessary water usage.
What can I expect in the rooms?
Our open and spacious rooms offer lots of natural light and fresh air while providing a safe but close contact with the forest environment. Our three wall rooms allow you to connect with nature, but no worries nothing will enter into your room. The lodge and rooms are 3 meters away from the forest and 1 meter and half above the ground. Each room is also equipped with private bathrooms for your convenience. Use of the mosquito netting on each bed is strongly recommended to ensure your comfort and safety. We try to be as eco-friendly as possible so we request that you only change towels when really needed. After 9:30 pm we kindly ask that you lower your voices to allow all guests to enjoy the sounds of the forest at night
Is there a phone at the lodge?
Thank God we do not have a telephone available in our lodge! In case of emergency, we could get cell phone signal, only at Posada Amazonas and Refugio Amazonas.
What inoculations are required for Tambopata?
While the Peruvian Amazon is an incredible place to visit, make sure you prepare well for your travel to Peru by packing efficiently and getting the recommended vaccinations. Before you travel to Puerto Maldonado or other places in the Peruvian Amazon, visit a health care provider specializing in Travel Medicine who can tell you which vaccinations are recommended due to your health and vaccination history. It is best to see this physician 4-6 week prior to your travel to allow time for vaccinations to take effect. You should mention each country you are visiting on your trip in order to receive appropriate advice for all of your travel destinations. While there are no required vaccinations for travel to Peru, the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has the following recommendations:
Hepatitus A:Vaccination is recommended to all travelers to Peru.
Hepatitus B: Vaccination recommended to all travelers to Peru, especially those who may have exposure to blood or body fluids through the giving or receiving of medical care, drug injections, tattooing, or sexual contact with the local population.
Typhoid Fever: Vaccination is recommended to all travelers to tropical South America especially those who may be staying in rural areas where exposure through food or water could occur.
Yellow Fever: Vaccination is highly recommended for travel to Amazonia and the Southern Amazon basin. The shot should be given at least 10 days before your arrival and at 10 year intervals if you decide to stay.
Rabies: Vaccination is ONLY recommended to travelers with an increased risk of exposure including: long-term travelers living in an area that poses a high-risk of exposure, travelers working in occupations who will have direct contact with bats, stray dogs and cats, or other mammal such as veterinarians, wildlife professionals or researchers.
Is laundry available at the lodges?
This service is only available on sunny days. Please ask for the rate at the lodge. Clothes are hand-washed using White Swipe biodegradable soap and are sun dried in order to protect the environment.
What happens in the case of a medical emergency?
In case of emergencies we have a first aid kit that is equipped to deal with most cases that may reasonably arise in the area. Our guides are all certified by the Red Cross, which means they are prepared to deal with foreseeable emergencies (broken bones or snake bites, for example) but not complex emergencies (such as an appendicitis). For snake bites, unheard of at Tambopata so far, we have extractors and an anti-venom at the lodges. In case of evacuation, we need to travel by boat by to Puerto Maldonado. During the day, evacuations take about 20% less time than our regular boats. During the night, evacuations take about 30% more. In Puerto Maldonado there is access to a state clinic.
Is leishmaniasis or malaria present?
Leishmaniasis Leishmaniasis is present throughout the rain forests of southeastern Peru. It is a skin lesion caused by a protozoan transmitted by a certain kind of small biting fly. There is no vaccination against it but it is curable in every case. The selected cure, injections of pentavalent antimony (Glucantime), is uncomfortable. Leishmaniasis is also very easy to prevent by wearing long-sleeved shirts, pants, and repellent on exposed skin at all times, and sleeping under mosquito nets. If you are interested in receiving complete information on leishmaniasis contact us before your trip. Malaria Malaria is present but extremely rare. If you wish to take medical precautions against malaria consult your physician or a specialist in tropical medicine.
Is there a safe in my room?
We ask you to keep your valuable belongings and documents in the safe. Do not leave them valuables in plain view. Equally if you have food or candies please keep them in the safe. Do not leave them outside. This way you will avoid attracting insects and other animals. Ask the lodge manager or guide to inform you about the proper use of the safety box.
What is the weather like in Tambopata?
The lowland rainforests of Tambopata lie far enough south of the Equator to provide a cooler, drier winter season between May and October. The general weather conditions, are warm and humid. In Tambopata the average daytime high temperature is between 78F and 93F (24C and 31C) The average nighttime low is between 66F and 78 F (20C and 24C). Cold Fronts - May through September Cold fronts from Argentina can sweep into southwestern Amazonia and push daytime highs down to 50° F (9° C) and the nighttime lows to 43° F (5° C). Thus, during that season always be potentially prepared for cold and drizzle. Rainy Months - November through April Be prepared for heavy rain that can continue for hours or days. Around 80% of the annual average 3000 mm rainfall occurs during this season.
About gratuities
You will find tip boxes at each of the lodges. These are for staff tips. We suggest 3$ per person per day. To tip your guide, wait until the end of the trip, and do so personally. We suggest 10$ per person per day.
Are Kosher foods available at our Lodges in Tambopata?
No, unfortunately, we do not have Kosher certified food in Puerto Maldonado, the closest town from where we get our supplies, like fresh produce, meat and fish, and dairy products.
At what time start the jungle tour?
The tour start usually depends your arrival time, when you make a booking please choose a close time at your arrival, and then send us your arrival information for pick you up and start the tour.
At what time does the tour end on the last day?
Tours end around 8:00 am, then transfer to the airport and / or bus terminal
If I have a very late flight or bus?
You can coordinate with our staff so that you can leave later if you wish, and you can also do some extra activity.
Why our priuce is lower than other companies and have best price?
We have best price because we are the owner and we are locals native tour operator, our family born in this area and we love this jobs and we want to give you the best service for a good price, that is.
What things should I bring for the jungle tour?
Flashlights with enough batteries for night walks , binoculars , insect repellent with more than 30% deet , bottle of water for the first day .
What clothing should I bring for the tour?
We recommend pants comfortable cloth for walking and long sleeve shirts, but if you bring a good repellent can dress with short clothes , trekking shoes if rains we will facilitate you rubber boots for the tour, so we will give you the boots on arrival in Puerto Maldonado, office.
Do I need to bring extra money for the tour?
We recommend bringing some cash in case you want some extra drink at the lodge as soft drinks, beer , drinks and / or tips for staff will be at your service.
Why the price in standard room and bungalows?
We always are improving our servcie, that is why now we have bungalows room with more privacy with hot shower, so when you make your booking you have now the option to choose this room, for $10 more per night per person.
Is there electricity in the lodge?
Yes, we have from solar panels, we are a Eco-friendly Lodge, please help to save the world and be very carefully when you use the electricity, only for recharge camara, phones, not use for other equipment, that consume a lot of energy.
If I have any allergies or suffer illness before I report?
If of course, so that we can provide good service and help to know how should report any illness and / or allergies you have.
In the tour do you have the option of vegetarian nutrition?
Yes, of course we have options for vegetarians, right through request sent an e -mail , your food requirement.
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