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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

Wild Peru Adventure -Canopy Walk Way – Zipline .

Wild Peru adventure : The Amazon River is the second longest river in the world. This river is more than 4,000 kilometers long. The Amazon rainforest has two seasons, the rainy season and the dry season. In the dry season, the Amazon River can be up to 7 kilometers wide. During the rainy season, fl oods flood and widens. In the rainy season, the river can be up to 25 miles wide. Many animals live in the river. Some of the animals in the river are piranhas, dwarf alligators, turtles and anacondas with life in the Amazon jungle.

Itinerary of Tour Wild Peru.

  • Type of service: Private or Group
  • Location: Southern Peru, Department of Madre de Dios, Puerto Maldonado, Tambopata National Reserve, Sandoval Lake Reserve
  • Activities:  Sandoval Lake, piranha fishing, canopy, zip line,
  • Duration: 4 days / 3 nights
  • Altitude: 400 – 3600 m.a.s.l.
  • Best time to visit: All Year
  • Departure: Every day
  • Minimum of participants: 2
  • Maximum number of participants: 10
  • Price per person: USD

Travel Map of Wild Peru Adveture  – Sandoval Lake Refuge Lodge

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Itinerary of  Tour Wild Peru Adventure -Canopy Walk Way – Zipline 4 days / 3 nights

  • Tour Day 1: Puerto Maldonado Tour Amazon Life – Island of the Monkeys and Walks
  • Tour Day 2: Sandoval Lake to Amazon Life Canoe Tour and Giant Otter Observation
  • Tour Day 3: Amazon Life Clay Lick and Adventures -Canopy – Piraña Fishing
  • Tour Day 4: Trips Amazon Life Return to Puerto Maldonado

Detailed itinerary of the Sandoval Lake tour 4 days / 3 Nights:

 Puerto Maldonado To Sandoval Lake .

  • Transfer in Our Mobility from the airport / Terrestrial Terminal to our office.
    Professional English and Spanish guide.
    1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
    Travel in our boat on the Madre de Dios River.
    Visits Isla de Monos, Native Family.
    Walk 5 Kilometers to the Lago Sandoval Reserve.
    Meet Remo approximately 35 minutes then walk 5 minutes to reach our Lodge.
    Water,
    Rubber boots for trips to the jungle.
    1 night in our Albergue Refuge Availability Shower and Bath.

Sandoval Lake Exploring  .

  • 1Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner.
    Professional English and Spanish Guide.
    Exploring the Sandoval Lake Reserve.
    Wellingtons.
    Water –
    1 night in our lodge Availability shower and bathroom.
    Night activity.

 Reserva  Sandoval Lake – Adventure  Canopy Tower .

  • 1 Breakfast 1 Lunch 1 Dinner
    Porfecional Guide English and Spanish.
    5:00 a.m. we will get up to go see the Colpa de Palmera
    After breakfast exploring Flora and Fauna.
    Observing, Giant Otters, Monkeys, Turtle, Caimans, Birds.
    Afternoon Canopy Tower.
    Wellingtons.
    Water
    1 night in our Lodge acómodacion Shower and bath Available.
    Night Activity

Sandoval Lake  Reserve To Puerto Maldonado 

  • Professional English and Spanish Guide
    1 Breakfast,
    Boat and Return to the City of Puerto Maldonado.
    Transfer to our office Then to the Airport and Terrestrial Terminal.
    End of the sandoval lake service

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Itinerary Tour

TOURS Day 1:

Puerto Maldonado  Wild Peru Adventure  Sandoval Lake.

We ll pick up you from  Airport or Bus stations  after that we will goto our office where we have a port Maldonado welcomed with typical juice after taking back our mobility to go directly to the port where our boat awaits us there we will begin our journey down the Alto Madre 50 minutes .Then we will do our activities with our guide , Canopy walk Way and Zipline , After these we will enter to the lake Sandoval located inside the Tambopata National Reserve, to arrive to the lake Sandoval we will have to walk 3 Km. (muddy in the wet season) in one hour approximately and we will arrive at a small port, where we will take a rowing canoe, and after half hour of rowing we will arrive at the port of the refuge Sandoval Lodge, when we will arrive to the lodge we will have a hot welcome with a flavorful typical juice, and after a brief explanation above the lodge you will be lodging in a comfortable room.

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After a rest, equipped with a flash light or head light we will take a night walk in the forest to go in search of the night monkey (Musmuqui), frogs, snakes and insects that are active during the night.

Return to the Lodge to has dinner and spend the night.

 

TOURS Days 2: .

Sandoval Lake Exploring by  Canoe Paddle – Gian River Otter .

Very early on board of a canoe we will go around the lake Sandoval trying to see some of the most important conserved species in the lake, considered as flag species, ones of the endanger animal that lives in small and very territorial family groups: the giant river otters or river wolves (the biggest in the world) that feed and fish around the lake early morning, the giant otther feed up to 4 kilos of fish a day. We will return to the Lodge for the breakfast, brief rest. After the necessary resting, we will leave the lodge and we will going to walk in the Terra Firme forest trying to know more about the medicinal plants and diurnal mammals like monkeys, wild cats, peccaries and birds like toucans. Also we will try to know about the ecology of the Brazil nut tree or chestnut tree that is considered like a umbrella species, because helps to protect other flora and fauna species. Return to the Lodge for the lunch time.

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In the afternoon we will leave again the lodge to take a canoe to go around the lake Sandoval lo look for monkeys (cappuccinos, squirrels, red howler), herons, kingfishers, cormorants, shanshos that live and they feed in the forest around the lake, at time that we will go back to the lodge, helped with flash light we will be able to see the reflection of the black caiman eyes that usually hunt at night in the shore of the lake, we will approach them, we will take them photos and we will talk about their natural history.

Return to the Lodge to have dinner and spend the night. Settle in at your private room with bathroom and shower

 

TOURS Day 3:

Wild Peru   Adventure  – Macaw Palm Tree – Long Trek .

Another early wake up expects us today as we go to the surroundings of the Sandoval Lake where huge number of various palms grow in its water creating an area of marsh.

This place is called Collpa de Palmeras and it attracts various macaw species and other parrots to eat sawdust of its palms as it contains sodium, calcium, potassium and other minerals helping them to digest. Then, we go back to the lodge to be given breakfast. Later, we take a next trip going to observe stunning flora and fauna of the Sandoval Lake Reserve.

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 We can appreciate monkeys, deer, wild boars, tapirs or spectacled bears, just to name a few. For lunch, we get back to the lodge. Afterwards, we have given some time off to rest or enjoy a bath in the Sandoval Lake (no worries, there are no piranhas or other danger animals during the day).

Then, we board a canoe to cross the lake to a place where we can better appreciate a beautiful sunset above the lake! At 7 pm, we return to the lodge for dinner while waiting for the moonlight, a suitable time to go watching caimans again! An overnight is in the lodge.

 

TOURS Days 4:

 Amazon  wild Sandoval Lake / Return  to   Puerto Maldonado .

After breakfast, we will transfer in our outboard boat to Puerto Maldonado “Office” coordinating the flight time or the time of the Bus can stay in the Tarantula Eco Hostal facilities until the departure time of your flight or Bus.

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Included tour

Included in Amazon wild 4 days :

  •  Naturist, conservationist and bilingual guide for the trip to the jungle
  •   Meals (normal and vegetarian optional) 3 lunches, 3 dinners and 3 breakfasts
  •   Transportation I pick up and return to the airport or land terminal
  •   Rooms in the hostel for 3 nights
  •   First aid kit for trips to the jungle
  •   Rubber boots in case of rain in the jungle

Not Included in Amazon wild 4 days   :

  •  Alcoholic drinks
  •  Airport taxes
  •  Admission to the Sandoval Lake Reserve
  •  Tips

What do you need to take for the Amazon Wild  .

  •  Sunblock for travel
  •  Mosquito repellent with more than 30% of diethyltuamide
  • Hat for trips to the jungle
  • Poncho de Lluuvi
  • Long pants
  • Long shirt for the trip to the jungle
  • Lantern or lamps for the trip
  • Walking shoes within the Amazon jungle
  •   Basia bottle to recharge
  • water for travel
  • Prismaticos and / or Binoculars
  • Plastic bags to protect the cameras etc

 

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Amazon Life Tambopata Expeditions:

Geophagy, defined above ground, is a common occurrence for many species of birds and other animals, including humans. List a number of examples including isopods, butterflies, parrots, pigeons, rabbits, rodents, tapir, zebra, cow, goat. , sheep, turtles, many lemurs, and species have convincingly shown that in New Guinea and Peruvian birds to a lesser extent, geophagy serves to bind poisonous and/or bitter-tasting secondary fruit and seed compounds from the birds’ diet, thereby removal of potentially harmful substances from the digestive system and minimizing their effects..

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There is also evidence that geophagy provides grit to many weak-billed birds (Best & Gionfriddo, 1991), essential mammals and butterflies, buffers against gastric pH changes to ruminants (Jones & Hanson, 1985), as well as a cure for diarrhea in chimpanzees (Krishnamani and Mahaney, 2000; Mahaney et al., 1996). Reported here are incidences of geophagy by seven species of parrots and one species of pigeon from a small clay lick along the Río El Gato in Amazonian Peru.

This clay lick has never been studied before no evidence of human impact was presented. Although not analyzed, soil from the clay lick as well as random samples from other mud cliff walls along El Gato were taken. These samples are expected to be analyzed at a later stage in an effort to elucidate the role of geophagy in the observed birds.

Thus, this study focuses on the behavior patterns shown by the birds that visit the clay lick. There are currently more than a dozen ecotourism Viziers who are attracted by the spectacular bird gatherings in clay licks. However, clay licks are a limited ce and to date there are no restrictions in place to control the number of visitors. Data collected during this expedition provides important background information for the take and do in Peru that are considering management options for tourism in this area of ​​Tambopata.

Location: This study was conducted as part of a research expedition conducted by Biosphere Expeditions. The expedition ran from May 27 to July 8, 2001, and the studies were carried out between June 3 and July 4, 2001 along the El Gato River in Tambopata Candamo. The Tambopata Candamo is located within the confines of the Amazon Basin in South East Peru with a sub-tropical climate and distinct wet and dry seasons.

It originated in the late 1970s as the small Tambopata Reserved Zone comprising about 5,000 hectares, but was greatly expanded to 1.5 million hectares in 1990 and now covers altitudes from 240 to 3,500 meters, and habitats that are subtropical humid, cloud forest. , to the tropical savannah. In September 2000 he was central to the creation of the Bahuaja-Sonene National Park which now covers 2.7 million hectares, protecting an ecosystem that holds several world records in numbers of flora and fauna species and is recognized as a host of the planet’s biodiversity Rainfall averages 2,000 mm per year and the hum is about 75%.

The expedition was based in a fairly remote region along the Tambopata River, about 4½ hours upriver from Puerto Maldonado Transportation to and from base camp was by boat, most studies were carried out on foot or on skins . The base of the expedition was at the confluence of the small El Gato and the much larger Tambopata River (S 12º 51.415′, W 69º 26.752′), the most upstream clay lick along the El Gato (S 12º 51.419′ ,W 69º 26.739 ‘), about 2 kilometers or a 40-minute walk from the base. A place for base camp.

The colpa site was discovered after conversation with the local people who led the expedition to the site. The colpa is considered to be two vertical pillars of mud that had continuous mud eroded from the cliff along the El Gato River. The columns were between 6 to 8 meters high, standing about 1 meter apart. The mud cliff wall was about 12 meters high.

The El Gato River is a small tributary to the much larger Tambopata. It is shallow and rarely deeper than 2 meters. Its width in the colpa was 8 meters. It meanders strong and tall cliff walls of mud usually meet on the outer curve, while the inner curve is flat. This pattern was present in the lick and a skin was built right in front of the lick of ground covered with thick bamboo growth that turned into rain forest about 10 meters from the river banks. The distance between the skin and him was about 15 meters. The lick faced Northeast so that he was almost exactly behind the lick, seen from the skin. That meant the Colpa was in the shade for most of the day, getting only some diffuse afternoon sunlight.

The area around the clay lick is my primary and secondary forest with relatively little human impact fixed. Some trails were in existence on either side of El Gato, but they were rarely used and the expedition did not encounter any local people on the trails at any time during the expedition. Thus Me hunting is practiced by relatively few people for subsistence. Human activity is concentrated along the Tambopata River and decreases rapidly with increasing distance from that main channel. Before declaration of the National Park, large-scale logging was common, but has since disappeared, save for some small-scale subsistence logging. Some localized small-scale gold mining is also practiced illegally.

 

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Lodge Refuge – Sandoval Lake

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