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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

Madre de Dios has great biological and cultural diversity that the Peruvian State conserved across five protected natural areas. This unique feature of the region can enjoy nature to enjoy unique landscapes and lush flora and fauna in their natural habitat. Besides adventure activities like canoeing or kayaking, tirata or zipline and climbing trees or tree dimbing, among hear you in the Peruvian jungle.

The National Park of Manu, Sandoval Lake Reserve and the Tambopata National Reserve, are three of the most protected natural areas visited the Amazon in Peru. In the Manu Park tourists seeking contact with wildlife in its natural state and customs of the native communities; while in Tambopata are interested in experiencing nature without sacrificing comfort or comfort (PROM PERU 2005). In the region of Madre de Dios, tourism represents a remarkable income, the more than 39,000 tourists visited the Tambopata National Reserve in 2013 used accommodation, food, transport and guidance, provided by local businesses with inputs and staff region. This shows that the tourism resources of Madre de Dios are important for the development of sustainable tourism, which is characterized by promoting respect for nature, provide quality services, and a source of income to local populations and therefore to the region.

This information SANDOVAL LAKE describe the main tourist resources of the three provinces of Madre de Dios and tourist activities that can be performed there. Although currently most of the sightseeing around places like Lake Sandoval is concentrated, have identified more than 120 tourist resources that are already used and more than 100 tourism potential for the Sandoval Lake, so it is up to everyone protect this natural and cultural heritage of the Amazon region of Peru.

Madre de Dios is located in the south east of Peru, in the Amazon Basin, has areas of high and low jungle. To the north with Ucayali and Brazil; on the east by Brazil and Bolivia, west to Cusco; and south Cusco and Puno. Its capital, Puerto Maldonado, is at the confluence of the Madre de Dios and Tambopata. It was declared by the Congress “Capital of Biodiversity of Peru” by Law N ° 263ii, portener one of the forests of the country.

  • Created: December 26 deigi2. Decree signed by President Billingurst 85300.54 km2 1.3 inhabitants / km2
  • Area: inhabitants. 121.183 (Projection to 2013, IN The 2007)
  • Population Density Population: Puerto Maldonado
  • Capital Region: Manu
  • Provinces: Tahuamanu and Tambopata
  • Climate: Tropical, warm and humid. The average annual temperature in the capital is 26 ° C with a maximum of 38 ° C in August and September and a low of 21 ° C, with rain from December to March. In exceptional seasons cold air masses from the south occur during the months of July and August where temperatures can reach up to 8 ° C.

The original population of Madre de Dios is formed by Harakmbut, Yine and Matsiguenka ethnic groups spread over 31 native communities that still maintain their traditional customs and languages. This region was known as Antisuyo during the Inca Empire, then from the arrival of the first explorers in the mid 1800s, economic activities are mining. So times as the “era of rubber” since the late 1800s and early 1900s, the “boom timber” between 1970 and 1990 and the “gold rush” is marked since the 60s, with a boom since 2009 to date.

PUERTO MALDONADO – MADRE DE DIOS

It is one of the major trading centers of the Amazon. It bears the title Officer Capital of Biodiversity of Peru in recognition of important records of flora and fauna found in the forests of the department, especially in the Manu.

Notes on the organization of resources in this guide SANDOVAL LAKE:

  • The attractions follow the classification of types of resources the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR)
  • Then, under the name of each resource, its location indicated in the (s) province (s) and (the) district (s) where it is located as follows: Province (s) – District (s)
  • Then, according to the degree of influx of visitors, starting with the most visited national park as manu attractions sandoval lake reserve, the reserve tambopata.
  • In most cases there is more than one route to a resource, but the most used and / or known SANDOVAL LAKE route is described.
  • This guide was made based on the inventory list of tourist resources of the Regional Tourism Madre de Dios which has over 100 resources identified here include only the main natural and cultural attractions that are already visited or are need to value the development of the entire region Madre de Dios.

NATURAL SITES OF MADRE DE DIOS LAKE SANDOVAL

1. Protected Areas
1.1. Tambopata National Reserve
1.2. Bahuaja Sonene National Park
1.3. Manu National Park
1.4. Communal Reserve Amarakaeri
2. Lagos or Conchas and Streams
2.1. Lake Sandoval
2.2. Lake three Chimbadas
2.3. Lake Cocococha
2.4. Lake Sachavacayoc
2.5. Lake Condemned
2.6. Pastora Great Lake
2.7. Tupac Amaru Lake
2.8. Lake Valencia
2.9. Lake Madama
2.10. Lake Huitoto
2.11. Lake or Lake Salvador
2.12. Lake or Cocha Otorongo
2.13. Lake or Cocha Machuwasi
2.14. Lake Pacahuara
2.15. Quebrada El Gato – Tambopata
2.16. Quebrada El Mirador
2.17. Quebrada Lord of the Summit
3. Collpas
3.1. Colipa Macaw Colorado
3.2. Colipa Macaw Chuncho
3.3. Lick Palmeras Sandoval
3.4. Macaw Clay Lick Pariamanu
3.5. Mammal Clay Lick PCV Pakitza
3.6. Tapir clay lick Tambo Senke
3.7. Mammals lick Inusuy Iberia
4. Natural Viewpoints
4.1. Mirador Miguel Grau
4.2. Natural Mirador Amaneewaja
4.3. Mirador Santa Rosa
4.4. Natural Mirador CICRA
5. Beaches
5.1. Playa Cayman
5.2. Virgen del Carmen Playa
5.3. Playa Hermosa Large
6. Rivers
6.1. Madre de Dios River
6.2. Rio Tambopata
6.3. Manu River
7. Cultural events and folklore of Native Communities
7.1. Native Community of Infierno
7.2. Native Community Palma Real
7.3. Native Community Tres Islas
7.4. Native Community Boca Pariamanu
7.5. Medical Center Ñape
7.6. Native Community Shintuya
7.7. Native Community Shipetiari
7.8. House Matsiguenka
7.9. Machiguenga Native Community Palotoa – Teparo
7.10. Native Community Diamante
8. Archaeological sites
8.1. The Petroglyphs Pusharo
9. Parties
9.1. Feast of St. J ohn
10. Historic Sites
10.1. Puerto Maldonado
10.2. Pueblo Viejo
11. Architecture and urban spaces
11.1. Square of Tambopata
11.2. Square of Iberia
11.3. Municipal Obelisk of Biodiversity
11.4. Integration Bridge Peru – Brazil
11.5. Tourist Malecón Iñapari Three Borders
12. List of flora and fauna
13. Holiday Calendar
14. Glossary of Madre de Dios Sandoval Lake

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