A trip to Puerto Maldonado Tambopata tops the bucket list of many travellers in South America. Puerto Maldonado is a jump off point to the country’s three protected reserves – Tambopata-Candamo, Bahuaja-Sonene and Manu. This jungle town is named after a renowned explorer Faustino Maldonado. It sits on the banks of Madre de Dios River. The region Madre de Dios takes its name from the river which is surrounded by lush Amazon Jungle.
Tambopata is one of the remaining jewels of the world’s largest rainforests – Amazon. On this trip, we will take you to the heart of Tambopata. Here you will experience the astonishing beauty amidst the chirping birds in peace of this enormous rain forest.
Our experienced local guides are well trained to give you an enriching Amazon experience.
Tambopata national reserve is incredibly bio-diverse due to its isolated location and protected status. The reserve is home to more than 100 breeds of mammals and 600 types of birds. It also houses over 1000 types of butterflies and 40,000 different plant species. Due to such a vast diversity, this region is termed as one of the most biodiverse region on earth!
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Puerto Maldonado - Madre De Dios
Monkey Island - Sandoval Lake
Wild board's Clay Lick-Zip Lining
Repellent with a minimum of 30 % deet.
Face tissue paper, toilet paper.
Camera charger and extra batteries
Sunblock, sun hat
Flip flops or sandals