madre de dios

Madre de Dios is a region in southeastern Peru’s Amazon Basin, bordering Brazil and Bolivia. In the west, vast Manú National Park encompasses Andean highland, cloud forest and lowland jungle. Celebrated for their biodiversity, the savannahs and old-growth rainforest of Tambopata Reserve lie in the southeast. Just north is regional capital Puerto Maldonado, at the convergence of the Madre de Dios and Tambopata rivers.




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tour manu national park

Book a tour to the Manu National Park, one of the largest parks in South America, and discover breathtaking valleys, lakes and landscapes, picturesque communities and a large diversity of bird species. During the experience you’ll be visiting the highlights without missing out on service. This Eco-tour will allow you to learn about the Amazon jungle in an unforgettable experience, combining trekking, tubing adventure, wildlife and many other different activities surrounded by the amazing rain-forest and the comfortable Manu Rain-forest lodges.

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Tres chimbadas lake, tambopata reserve

Book a full day tour to the Tres Chimbadas Lake where you will meet the Tambopata National Reserve, navigate its river and experience a canopy activity on a 42 meter high tower where you will appreciate the amazon view and a magnificent birdwatch: Macaws, toucans, thongs and the woodpecker. During this tour you will also see alligators, admire the macaws' fluttering ceremony, try piranha artisanal fishing and lunch at the beautiful lake.

sandoval lake

Immerse into the nature with this Sandoval lake experience. During your tour you will catch a glimpse of the Giant Otters, a local endangered species, and you’ll also find the banks of the lake populated by rain-forest foliage and many different species of monkeys and birds. You will spend the nights at the Sandoval Lake lodge that overlooks to the sparkling, palm-rimmed Sandoval Lake, the most beautiful and wildlife-rich of all lakes in Tambopata-Madidi. This privileged location gives you exclusive access to the lake in the early morning and late afternoon, the best hours for wildlife viewing and photography.