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SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE
SANDOVAL LAKE RESERVE
TAMBOPATA TOURS - MANU NATIONAL PARK - LODGE

Amazon Palm Tree (Sandoval Lake): Food chain, since many wild animal species – especially ungulates, monkeys, and several fish species – depend upon the aguaje fruit to a large extent in jungle . For example, 76% of the diet of  Amazon tapir (Tapirus terrestris), the largest Amazonian ungulate, comes from aguaje in sandoval lake  fruits.However, in spite of these qualities, these forests jungle  are not used sustainably because of the deeply rooted custom of cutting down the palm tree  amazon  to harvest the fruits. It is estimated that around  jungle  amazon , more than 17 thousand female aguaje palm trees are chopped down to keep up with the demand. This valuable species can be considered the most ecologically, economically, and socially

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important palm tree of the jungle  Amazon Rainforest, which is why, two centuries ago, the explorer Alexander Von Humboldt, rightly called it the tree of lifeThe aguaje is one of the most abundant South American palm trees in amazon sandoval lake jungle  ; it is distributed throughout the west in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia, and throughout the east – in the Amazon River and Orinoco River basins – in Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, and the Brazilian states of Bahia, Goias, Mato Grosso, Minas Gerais, and Sao Paulo.Even though it grows at low altitude, it can occasionally be found in the foothills of the western Andes up to 1,000 meters of altitude. In Peru, there are more than five million hectares of aguaje forests reported; in the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve alone, approximately one million hectares of aguaje forests have been registered in amazon peru jungle

 HIGHLIGHTS

Overview Jungle Tour  

  • Length: 3 Days/2 Nights jungle tours
  • Type of service: Private or Group
  • Location: Southern Peru, Madre de Dios Department, Puerto Maldonado, Tambopata National Reserve, Sandoval Lake Reserve
  • Activities: Monkey Island, Sandoval Lake, Zipline
  • Altitude: 400 – 3,600 m.a.s.l.
  • Best time to visit: March – October
  • Departure: Every day
  • Minimum of participants: 2
  • Maximum of participants: 10
  • Price per person:   00 USD

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ITINERARY JUNGLE TOURS

Tours Day 1:

  • We will pick you up from your hotel and bus stations in our bus
  • We take our boat for about 50 minutes, and then arrive at the lodge.
  • lunch and free time, then we start to explorer to amazon walk and Monkey Islands
  • Dinner and a night walk, staying at the lodge overnight.

Tours Day 2:

  • We will have our Breakfast,  then we take our boat up the river for about 15 minutes.
  • We register in the reserve Sandoval, then hike for about 2 hours/5kms to the Sandoval Lake Reserve.
  • We Explore a full day in our paddle canoe and have a cold lunch in the canoe.
  • We will see giant river otters, caiman, turtle, birds, monkeys, macaws.
  • We will go back to the river Madre de Dios afterwards and our boat returns us to the lodge for dinner and a night walk and spend the night.

Tours Day 3:

Eat Breakfast, we will take our boat to return to Puerto Maldonado and transfer to the bus station or airport.

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Quick Itinerary of the  Jungle Tour

DAY 1: Puerto Maldonado to Reserve  Sandoval  Jungle Tours  and Monkey Island

DAY 2:Trips Sandoval Explorer to Jungle Tour

DAY3:  Jungle Tour to Puerto Maldonado

Itinerary of the  Jungle Tour 3 days 2 night

TOURS DAY 1:

 Puerto Maldonado to Reserve  Sandoval  Jungle Tours  and Monkey Island

You are welcomed and pick-up from the airport/coach terminal of Puerto Maldonado by our Representative to take you to our office where you can leave your lareger baggage not necessary for the trip, but you need to bring a backpack for personal items and more. Then, we transfer you to the port of Puerta Capitania where you board a motorboat and navigate up the Madre de Dios River for an hour. On the way, we observe various flora and animal species such as turtles, birds, capybaras and lizards sunbathing on the river shores.

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Then, we stop shortly at the Monkey Island (Isla de los Monos) to view some of its 3 monkey species. Later, we reach the Eco Tambo Lodge where we are welcomed by a fresh fruit juice! Afterwards, we accommodate ourselves in twin private rooms and enjoy a short rest. Later on, we follow jungle tour paths while our experienced Tour Guide explains to us about local animals and plants such as trees having over 500 years of age (!), medicinal plants, toucans, orioles, trogons, macaws, monkeys, butterflies, etc.  We get back for dinner then.

Optional: A night walking in the jungle Tour

TOURS DAY 2:

Trips Sandoval Explore to Jungle Tour

After breakfast, we board a motorboat and navigate up the Madre de Dios River until we get to a checkpoint of the Sandoval Lake Reserve and we start walking for 5 km to reach Sandoval Lake. There, we take a canoe bringing us to the centre of the lake where we are served lunch while watching its typical inhabitants – giant

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river otters, black caimans, pumas, a prehistoric bird shansho, herons, cormorants, kingfishers, Jesus birds (or lily trotters), red howler monkeys, common squirrel monkeys, white-faced capuchins, sloths, etc.  At the end of the day, we return to the lodge for dinner, a shower and overnight.

Optional: A night walk in the jungle tour

TOURS DAY 3:

Jungle Tour to Puerto Maldonado

We wake up very early today giving us a chance to try the adrenaline sport of  zip-line!  The zip-line is located above trees at the height of 30 meters! Finally, we return to our lodge for dinner and a sleep, afterwards, we go back to the

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lodge to have breakfast and get ready for our return to Puerto Maldonado. Then, we board a motorboat and sail up the Madre de Dios River. When in Puerto Maldonado, we pick our baggage up from the office and then, we are transferred either to the airport or the coach terminal.

End of service!

IMPORTANT!!

You need to be vaccinated against Yellow Fever as well as bring some anti-malaria tablets with you!!

Included in the Jungle Tour

  •  A professional naturalist Tour Guide of the jungle;
  • Motorboat transportation:
  • Private vehicle land transportation;
  • Meals: 2x Breakfast, 2x Lunch, 2x Dinner and drinking water (Please note: vegetarian option upon request for no extra cost!);
  • Accommodation: 2 Nights in lodges;
  • First aid kit, including a poison extractor, mosquito bite treatment and an antidote for a snake bite;
  • Canopy equipment;
  • Radio communications;
  • Rubber boots.

Not included in the Jungle Tour

  •  Any flight nor airport departure taxes;
  • Travel insurance;
  • Vaccination;
  • Entrance fees to the Sandoval Lake Reserve;
  • Breakfast on the first day and last day Lunch;
  • Drinks;
  • Tips to local staff.

 What to take with you to the Tambopata Jungle Tour

  •  Mosquito repellent (DEET 35 recommended as a MINIMUM!!),
  • Original passport,
  • Small backpack,
  • Long sleeved cotton shirts (preferably green coloured),
  • Long cotton trousers,
  • Cotton long socks (to be put into your trousers),
  • Comfortable walking shoes,
  • Sandals or light shoes,
  • Rain gear (e.g. rain poncho),
  • Sweater (for the beginning of the tour in Andes and the cloud forest only),
  • Swimsuits;
  • Binoculars (we also rent it),
  • Camera and its charger,
  • Plastic bags to be used for clothes and a camera,
  • A hat as a protection against the Sun or rain,
  • Toiletries,
  • Small towel,
  • Toilet paper,
  • Antibacterial gel,
  • Sun cream,
  • Sunglasses,
  • Flashlight (with spare bulb and batteries),
  • A bottled water (1 litre as a minimum),
  • Pocket money (Soles) to buy some beverages and souvenirs as well as to tip.

Confirmed departures of the Jungle Tour

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Conservation in the Amazon Jungle Tour :

Endangered forests jungle tour .Most people appreciate the rainforest’s of the jungle tour aesthetic value. Science too, recognises its worth: rainforests’ of jungle tour economic and ecological importance have made them the focus of intense research efforts. Yet, our knowledge is far from complete and sadly may remain so as rainforest jungle tour is burned, slashed, bulldozed and obliterated. Half the world’s original rainforest is already gone and at the present rate of destruction it will disappear completely in 50 years. It is ironic that most deforestation has been during the past 25 years, just as we are beginning to see rainforests jungle tour for what they are.

development projects consider the forest itself to be worthless, making ranching, mining and hydro-electric schemes seem profitable.

But when the forest is gone we will have lost a potential bonanza of biological wealth. Some 50,000 higher plant species from the Amazon jungle tour are described scientifically. Only a tenth have been screened for useful drug or pesticide applications and thousands of species remain undiscovered. Deforestation of the jungle tour also affects climate, bringing into question our own long-term survival. Meteorologists tell us that local weather systems depend on forest jungle tour cover to recycle water and maintain the hydrological cycle. Living rainforests consume vast quantities of carbon dioxide, the main greenhouse g.is, helping to offset global warming. Conversely burning rainforest is detrimental to the environment as it returns millions of tons of carbon a year back into the atmosphere, adding to the greenhouse effect with as-yet-unknown consequences for global weather patterns.

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As precious minerals and strategic metals become more and more scarce, we mine resources previously considered unprofitable; pushing into increasingly remote areas with drastic consequences for the rainforest and indigenous Indians alike. Mismanaged industrial mega-projects have consistently failed to deliver the expected economic benefits. was unable to make money in the 1930s from his rubber plantation project in Fordlandia on the banks of the Tapajos south of Santarem. In the 1960s billionaire Daniel K Ludwig’s paper mill at Jari near the mouth of the Amazon relied on unproven plantation species soon devastated by rainforest pests. More recently the US$1.5 billion bauxite processing plant at Sao Luis in Brazil, completed in 1984, uses virgin rainforest to create electricity from charcoal. Hydro-electric dams, notably at Carajas in Brazil, have been built with little attention to ecological impacts and even conventional cost-benefit studies of these and similar projects show their astonishing expense and lack of profitability. If the actual value of destroyed rainforest is added, the losses become astronomical. Politics and business play a bigger role in these projects than economics or conservation.
Future prospects of the jungle tour

Rainforest conservation requires attention to political, cultural and economic agendas. There are countless ways in which intact forest of thr junglr tour yields positive benefits. Local people can contribute their knowledge to research and ecotourism, improving their economic and political standing. Several programmes, involving both indigenous peoples and conservation organisations, already help native Indians to run jungle lodges and health programmes, market and distribute crops, and survey their own lands.

New cultivation and logging methods offer practical ways to log and farm rainforest sustainably. Strip logging minimises erosion and maximises natural regeneration of cut areas. Farmers are encouraged to plant perennial shrubs and trees rather than such labour-intensive annual crops as manioc and maize Compared with traditional industries of lumber, mining, oil and fisheries, the alternatives provide more jobs, a healthier environment and, over the long term, greater wealth.

Like those of most developing nations, the populations of Amazon countries are growing rapidly. Peru’s rate of increase is around 1.8′;’.. pci year, corresponding to the population doubling in 55 years. Other Amazon countries face similar or greater demographic problems and the demands on governments to provide for such an increase in numbers will place even more pressure on the Amazon lowlands. Just to maintain its present standards of living Peru must double its food supply, available housing, and the numbci ol schools, hospitals and law enforcement facilities – all within 55 years of the amazon jungle tour

Short description of the Jungle Tour – Armay Ants

An army ant swarm is an unforgettable sight. These voracious hunters live a nomadic lifestyle and ‘March’ on mass through the forest eating everything in their path that moves. Army ants generally do not kill anything larger than a tarantula or scorpion, but when they are on the move nothing stands in their way. It is for this reason that on encountering an army ant column, the forest jungle  often seems to burst into life with birdcalls. Insectivorous birds follow the head of the swarm, not eating the ants but picking off any fleeing arthropods, As many as fifty bird species can gather at the front of a large swarm; ant birds and antshrikes, antthrushes, antwrens, wood creepers and many others are commonly associated with the ants. Army ants feed primarily on other insect colonies, overpowering them with superior numbers. They ‘nest’ in bivouacs a structure made up of the ants themselves – generally in a hollow tree on underground. There is one egg-laying queen to each colony and if she perishes the colony dies with her, or has to join forces with another colony

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