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If you want to feel the Amazonian Rainforest the way it is without modern civilization, this is a must!
No human noises...only the animals and birds and reptiles and insects! If you are a birder than this is a must do.
Yes, the 3 km...More
I spent 4 days and 3 nights in the Tambopata National Park at the begining of November . I went there with my boyfriend, as well as my parents and 3 friends of them. We had an amazing but exhausting time; We Booked this trip...More
The lake is a beautiful place to visit - so peaceful and lots of wildlife to see! In the dry season the walk is very easy - no mud and flat! We visited this lake to see the giant otters, and weren't disappointed! We spent...More
As has been said already the walk in is atrocious, mud up to your knees in some places (in April anyway).
I think the best way to summarize is that this place has a certain mystique that has to be appreciated. Gorgeous sunsets, ample animals,...More
You'll spot a variety of wildlife here - the lake is home of a family of 9 otters, there are caimans - a great night tour activity. Monkeys, macaws & more. 2 nights / 3 days at a lodge is more than sufficient time to...More
We were very lucky and saw lots of wildlife. The guides are knowledgable and had a lovely boat ride to the lodge for lunch and back again. Take lots of water as there is a 1 hour walk to the boats and it is VERY...More
So, we went to lake Sandoval because it was the highest rated activity in Puerto Maldonado.
The trek is long and muddy. We were in boots so that made it even worse. We are in pretty good shape and definitely struggled by the end. It's...More