Lake Sandoval

Enjoy a half-day exploration at Lake Sandoval, a destination surrounded by animal life. It’s a beautiful mirror-shaped lake where beautiful species such as the river otter, red howler monkeys, macaws, prehistoric hoatzins, alligators, different species of monkeys, turtles, great variety of bird and butterfly species live.

includes: Breakfast/snack on the lake shore, English/Spanish guide and national reserve entrance tickets

Minimum: 2 people

Canopy

The Jungle Canopy is an activity that can be undertaken with all family members, especially the smaller ones. After a short boat trip and walk, we will climb up a tower to access the heights and walk through the treetops of the giant Amazon Basin, across hanging bridges suspended in the air at an heigh of approximately 25-30 meters  (80-100 feet) This network of towers, bridges and platforms will allow you a distinct perspective to observe birds, as well as to learn about the interaction between flora and fauna at the various levels of the forest and its integration into the rainforest ecosystem.

Minimum: 2 people

Colpa of

Macaws

An amazing hike to a system of suspension bridges in the middle of the trees where you can enjoy beautiful views that show us the life of the jungle. From the height of the bridges and platforms you can see different species of birds such as toucans, woodpeckers and many more.

Duration: 3 hours

Minimum 4 people

Native 

Chacra

Learning more about the region includes visiting an organic Chacra in a community of the Lower Mother of God. During the visit you will learn about Amazon organic agroforestry. On the visit you can get to know the tropical plant crops such as bananas, papaya, guaba, cocoa, star fruit, mango, acerola, pineapple, sugar cane, oranges, mandarins, lemons, avocado, Amazonian chili and many more.

Duration: 2 hours

Sunset in the Tambopata

The best adventure is to be able to sail along the Tambopata River to contemplate the sunset, on the way we will wait for the best view of the arrival of the night and then, we will return doing a search for nocturnal fauna on the banks of the river where you can see alligators, capybaras and night birds.

Duration: 3 hours

Minimum 3 people

Piranha 

Fishing

Lake Yacumama is one of the most important Amazon wetlands in the region and is now part of the conservation project that houses more than thousands of parrots and macaws, promoted by the same inhabitants of the Santa Teresa community, who promote ecotourism to self-sustain their project enjoying a fun fishing of piranhas.

Duration: 3 hours

Minimum 2 people

Kayak

The beauty of the Madre de Dios River is perfect for the kayaking adventure in the company of your family or friends, this experience is unique for lovers of adventure and adrenaline. We accompany your adventure with a safety boat.

Duration: 2 hours

Minimum 2 people

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