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Jungle Tour 3days/ 2night

Explore Sandoval Lake Jungle Tour : Immersive Jungle Adventure

Embark on an unforgettable journey to Sandoval Lake Jungle Tour, a haven of natural wonders and thrilling experiences nestled within the heart of the Amazon rainforest. This tour promises a diverse range of activities that will immerse you in the enchanting world of the jungle.

Start your adventure with a hike through the lush flora and diverse fauna surrounding Sandoval Lake. With every step, you’ll encounter the rich tapestry of life that thrives within this pristine reserve. Capture the magic of sunrise

and sunset with your camera, as the colors of the sky reflect on the serene waters of the lake, creating breathtaking vistas.

Rowing a canoe under the cover of night is a unique experience that allows you to witness the jungle come alive with its nocturnal creatures.

As dawn breaks, another canoe excursion awaits, unveiling the mysteries of the morning jungle. These immersive activities offer you a chance to observe the jungle’s inhabitants in their natural habitat, from the calls of birds to the rustling of leaves.

The crystal-clear waters of Sandoval Lake beckon you for a refreshing swim, a moment of pure bliss in the heart of the rainforest. Later, indulge in the art of artisanal fishing, a tradition that connects you to the rhythms of the local

culture. As you try your hand at catching fish, you’ll gain insights into the harmonious relationship between the people and the natural environment.

The Sandoval Lake reserve invites you to delve into its depths during guided walks, revealing its hidden treasures. It’s a sanctuary where the pulse of life echoes in every rustle of leaves and every chirp of a bird. Here, you’ll witness

the incredible diversity of creatures that share their lives in this Amazonian paradise.

 Jungle Tour 3 days / 2 night.

Embark on a journey of discovery, adventure, and connection as you embrace the magic of Sandoval Lake and the thriving ecosystem that calls it home. This tour offers you a chance to capture the essence of living nature and

experience the vibrant tapestry of life that defines the Amazon rainforest.

  • Type of service: Private or Group  .
  • Location: Southern Peru, Madre de Dios Department, Puerto Maldonado, Tambopata National Reserve, Sandoval Lake Reserve , trips jungle walk .
  • Activities:  Monkey Islands ,
  • Length:  Sandoval Lake, piranhas fishing, canopy, zip-line, adventure Jungle .
  • Altitude: 400 – 3,600 m.a.s.l.
  • Best time to visit Jungle: March – October
  • Tour Departure: Every day
  • Minimum of participants Tour : 2
  • Maximum of participants: 10
  • Price per person to Jungle Tour : 00  USD
    •   00 USD.

Travel map of the Jungle Tour .

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Itinerary Tour

Jungle Tour 3 days / 2 night

 Day 1:

Explore Puerto Maldonado: Monkey Island Adventure and Forest Exploration

Welcome to an extraordinary journey into the heart of the Amazon Jungle Tour. Your adventure begins as we warmly greet you at the Puerto Maldonado airport or land terminal. Our transfer will whisk you away to our jungle

tour office, where you can store any unnecessary luggage, ensuring a comfortable and immersive experience.

Next, we embark on an exhilarating boat ride from the local port (Puerta Capitanía) along the Madre de Dios River. This 45-minute journey offers a captivating glimpse of the diverse flora and fauna that call this region home. Keep

your eyes peeled for the enchanting turtles, vibrant birds, sunbathing lizards, and even the majestic capybaras gracing the riverbanks. Our voyage leads us to a brief stop at Monkey Island, where you’ll encounter three unique monkey species in their natural habitat.

Arriving at the Eco Tambo Lodge Jungle,

indulge in a refreshing fruit snack that energizes you for the adventures ahead. Your comfortable double private room awaits, providing a serene haven amid the lush surroundings. After a brief respite, join us for an immersive

jungle trail experience. Led by our experienced and knowledgeable tour guide, you’ll unravel the secrets of the local animals and plants. Discover the astonishing tales of trees that have stood for over 500 years, unearth the wonders of

medicinal plants, and revel in the sight of toucans, orioles, trogons, macaws, monkeys, butterflies, and an array of species that inhabit this vibrant Amazon jungle.

As the day winds down, we gather for a delectable dinner, a perfect opportunity to share stories and reflections on your jungle exploration.

Optional: For the adventurous spirits, a night walk in the jungle unveils the enchanting realm of nocturnal creatures, offering an unparalleled glimpse into the mysteries of the night.

Prepare to immerse yourself in the magic of the Amazon, where every moment brings new discoveries and unforgettable encounters with nature’s wonders. Your journey into the heart of Puerto Maldonado is just beginning, promising an extraordinary blend of wildlife, culture, and exploration.


Day 2:

Jungle Tour – Exploring  Sandoval Lake Reserve:

As the sun rises, a new day of adventure dawns in the Amazon rainforest. After a hearty breakfast, our journey takes us on an exhilarating outboard boat ride along the meandering Madre de Dios River. Our destination: the gateway to

the captivating Sandoval Lake Reserve tour. After a quick registration process at the control post, our 3-kilometer trek (approximately 1.5 hours) through the dense jungle begins, leading us to the fabled Lake Sandoval.

At the tranquil shores of Lake Sandoval, a traditional canoe awaits, guiding us to the heart of this natural wonder. As we savor a delicious lunch, our gaze is drawn to the water’s edge, where a fascinating spectacle unfolds before us.

Behold the charismatic residents of this aquatic paradise – majestic giant river otters, stealthy black alligators, and the elusive pumas that roam the forest’s edge. The lake’s surface comes alive with a symphony of avian life –

shanshos, herons, cormorants, kingfishers, and an array of brilliantly colored birds, each weaving their unique story into the tapestry of this extraordinary ecosystem.

While surrounded by the serenity of Lake Sandoval,

our senses will be serenaded by the haunting calls of red howler monkeys echoing through the trees, accompanied by the playful chatter of common squirrel monkeys and the contemplative presence of white-faced capuchins. The

canopy above may reveal the slow-motion elegance of sloths, while the waters below carry the secrets of the Amazon’s rich aquatic world.

As daylight gently fades, we return to our lodge, where a delicious dinner awaits, providing nourishment for body and soul. A refreshing shower and the embrace of a restful night’s sleep prepare us for the next day’s adventures.

Optional: For the intrepid explorers, a Night Walk in the Jungle Tour unveils the mysteries of the rainforest after dark, offering an enchanting encounter with its nocturnal inhabitants.

Your journey into the heart of the Sandoval Lake Reserve promises a tapestry of experiences that will forever weave you into the intricate fabric of the Amazon’s natural wonders.



Day3 :

Jungle Tour – Zip line  and Canopy walk -Back to Puerto Maldonado .

As the first rays of morning light pierce through the dense canopy, we rise early for a day of exhilaration and exploration. Today, an adrenaline-fueled adventure awaits – a heart-pounding journey into the treetops via canopy

walkways and suspension bridges. As we traverse these elevated pathways, we’ll experience the Amazon jungle from an entirely new vantage point, offering a breathtaking panorama of its vibrant landscapes and diverse ecosystems.

This daring encounter with the treetops is sure to be etched into your memory forever.

Afterwards, we return to the jungle lodge to refuel with a hearty breakfast and gather our belongings in preparation for our journey back to Puerto Maldonado. Our departure from this wild paradise is bittersweet, as we bid farewell to

the lush surroundings that have become our temporary home.

Boarding a serene rowing canoe, we glide along the tranquil waters of the Madre de Dios River, a final opportunity to soak in the sights and sounds of the Amazon’s hidden treasures.

Our journey then continues aboard an outboard boat that carries us back to Puerto Maldonado.

Upon our arrival, we retrieve our luggage from the office and make our way to either the airport or the bus terminal.Jungle Tour 3days/ 2night

As our incredible journey draws to a close, we reflect on the memories made, the wonders explored, and the

connections forged with the heart of the Amazon. Remember, it’s essential to have received the yellow fever vaccine and carry malaria pills – a small but crucial step to ensure your safety and well-being.

With the Amazon’s spirit ingrained in our souls, we bid you farewell and wish you safe travels on your onward journey.


Please note: This adventure requires a yellow fever vaccination and the inclusion of malaria pills in your travel essentials – vital measures to ensure a secure and unforgettable experience in the heart of the Amazon.



Included tour

Included In the Jungle Tour .

  • A professional naturalist Tour Guide;
  • Motorboat transportation for jungle .
  • Private vehicle land transportation  ;
  • 2 Night Walk   .
  • Meals: 2x Breakfast, 3x Lunch, 2x Dinner and drinking water (Please note: vegetarian option upon request for no extra cost!);
  • Accommodation: 2 Nights in the jungle lodge with private room and shower;
  • First aid kit, including a poison extractor, mosquito bite treatment and an antidote for a snake bite;
  • Special equipment for canopy  Walk Way and zip-line ,Piraña Fish
  • Radio communications for the tour ;
  • Water .
  • Rubber boots trekking jungle  .

Not included in the Jungle Tour .

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

What to Take With You to the Jungle Tour .

  • Mosquito repellent (DEET 35 recommended as a MINIMUM!!),
  • Original passport take for the trips jungle   ,
  • Small backpack bring  with you ,
  • Long sleeved cotton shirts (preferably green coloured) for the tour jungle .,
  • Long cotton trousers  ,
  • Cotton long socks (to be put into your trousers),
  • Comfortable walking shoes for tour ,
  • Sandals or light shoes for the tour ,
  • Rain gear (e.g. rain poncho) during the tour ,
  • Sweater (for the beginning of the tour in Andes and the cloud forest only),
  • Swimsuits;
  • Binoculars (we also rent it) by this jungle hikking  ,
  • Camera and its charger take  for tour  ,
  • Plastic bags to be used for clothes and a camera  bring with for the tour.,
  • A hat as a protection against the Sun or rain by this rainforest tour .,
  • 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.



Mazonia Jungle Tour:

A swarm of army ants is an unforgettable sight. These ravenous hunters live a nomadic lifestyle and ‘march’ en masse through the jungle eating everything in their path that moves. Army ants usually won’t kill anything larger than a tarantula or scorpion,but when they’re on the move

nothing gets in their way. It is for this reason that upon encountering a column of army ants, the forest often seems to burst into life with birdsong. The insectivorous birds follow the head of the swarm, not eating the ants, but picking off any fleeing arthropods. As many.

Jungle Tour 3days/ 2nightIt is fifty species of birds can collect in front of a large swarm; antbirds. It’s shrikes ants, antthrushes, antwrens,

wood vines and many others are commonly associated with ants on the Amazon . Army ants feed

mainly on other insect colonies, irresistible with numerical superiority. They ‘nest’ in bivouacs – a

structure formed by the ants themselves – usually in a hollow tree underground. There is a queen that lays eggs

from each colony and if she perishes the colony dies with her, or has to join forces with another colony, years of the amazon


Endangered forests trip to the jungle Tour .

Most people appreciate the jungle amazon rainforest tour has aesthetic value jungle tour rainforest tour. Science also recognizes its most important value of this Amazonian : the tropical forests have an economic and ecological importance in the focus of intense research efforts

have been made since many years of jungle. However, our knowledge is far from complete and unfortunately it may remain to end jungle tour that has been outlined, slashed, razed and obliterated. Half the world’s original rainforest

is already gone and at the current rate of destruction it will be completely gone in 50 years. It is ironic that most of the deforestation of this jungle has been during the last 25 years, just as we are beginning to see travel in the

knowing the tropical what are development projects consider that the forest itself to be worthless, so cattle ranching, mining, and hydroelectric projects seem profitable. But when the jungle forest is gone we will have lost a potential bonanza of biological wealth.

Some 50,000 species of higher plants from the Amazon rainforest tour are scientifically described. Only a tenth have been selected for applications for useful drugs or pesticides and thousands of species remain undiscovered the jungle tour many species are discovered..

Deforestation of the jungle also affects the climate, calling into question our very long-term survival.

Meteorologists tell us that local climate systems depend on the forest cover that the tour to the  makes known or teaches to recycle water and maintain the hydrological cycle. Living  consume large amounts of carbon dioxide, the main greenhouse .

helping to offset global warming. On the contrary, burning jungle is harmful to the environment, since it returns

millions of tons of carbon per year to the atmosphere, increasing the greenhouse effect, with consequences that are not yet unknown for the global weather patterns .

False economy of the excursion to the jungle exploitation.

The jungle knowing its reality in the Amazon . As precious minerals and strategic metals become increasingly scarce,

it saps resources that were previously considered unprofitable; pushing into ever more remote areas with drastic consequences for precious rainforest and indigenous Indians alik

e. Poorly managed industrial megaprojects have failed to deliver the expected economic benefits. he was unable to make money in the 1930s from his rubber plantation project at Fordlándia on the banks of the Tapajós south of Santarem.

In the 1960s Daniel K Ludwig’s multi-million dollar paper mill at Jari near the mouth of the Amazon relied on untested 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, used virgin forest to create electricity from coal. Hydroelectric dams, especially at Carajás in Brazil, have been built with little attention to the ecological impacts of the .Even conventional cost-benefit studies of

these and other projects show their staggering

cost and lack of profitability. If the real value of the destroyed rainforest is added, the losses become astronomical. Politics and business play a more important role in these projects than the economy or the conservation of this Amazonian .

Future perspectives of the excursion to the jungle.

The conservation of  Rainforest jungle requires attention to political, cultural and economic agendas. There are countless ways that junglr tour intact forests produce positive benefits. Local people can contribute their knowledge

to research and ecotourism, improve their economic and political situation. Publicizing various programs, involving

both the indigenous peoples and conservation organizations of this virgin Amazon rainforest, and helping

native Indians to run  lodges and health programs, market and distribute crops, and a study on their own lands.

New farming and logging methods offer practical ways to log and farm sustainable rainforest.

Strip logging minimizes erosion and maximizes the natural regeneration of logging areas. Farmers are encouraged to plant perennial shrubs and trees instead of such labor-intensive annual crops like cassava and maize compared to

the traditional industries of lumber, mining, oil and fishing, the alternatives offer more jobs, a healthier environment and, in the long run, greater wealth. Like those of most developing nations, the populations of Amazonian countries are growing rapidly.

Peru’s growth rate is around  year, corresponding to the doubling of the population in 55 years. Other Amazon countries face similar or greater demographic problems and demands on governments to anticipate an

increase in numbers will put even more pressure on the Amazon lowlands. Just to maintain its current living standards Peru must double its food supply, available housing, schools, hospitals and law enforcement facilities.




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