Sandoval lake and Adventure tour 2 Days 1 Night

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  • Start In :Bus station/Hotel (From 6 to 8:30 am)
  • Finish In :Pto Maldonado. At 5 pm or (9:30 am for flights)
  • Duration :2 Days
  • Phisical Demand :Medium
  • Ages :All Ages 04 Yld
  • Group size :11 Pax
  • Tour code :2dLAKEB
  • Activities :Jungle hiking, Cayman search, Canoe rowing
  • Attractions :Sandoval Lake, Monkey Island
  • Accommodation :Jungle Lodge (1 night)
  • Meals :1 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 1 dinners
  • Transport :Mini Van, Motor Boat, Dugout Canoe
  • Language :English - Spanish
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Motor boat for an hour to our ecolodge, followed by jungle walk for two hours in the dense forest of Tambopata, after lunch, we will visit Monkey island, at night, we will look for alligators, dinner and overnight at the lodge.

  • Jungle walk in the dense forest of Tambopata
  • Visit to Monkey island
  • Cayman search by river boat at night
We will walk 3 kilometers to the Sandoval Lake to see a variety of birds and monkeys species, giant river otters they’re endangered species and the biggest black cayman while rowing a dugout canoe
  • Hike 3 km Guided walk round way to Sandoval Lake
  • Rowing on traditional dugout canoe around lake and Lunch
  • River drive to Puerto Maldonado back at 5:00 pm

Introductory walk visiting monkey island and see cayman at night

Day 1.- Reception at the airport or bus station and transfer to our office to receive information about the route. Transfer to the port where you take the boat for an hour to our ecolodge.

After settling in our bungalows, we will see how an introductory jungle walk for two hours in the dense tropical forest of Tambopata, guided by a local expert guide who will help you see a variety of trees that can be more than five hundred years old.

During this time, you can see some species of wild animals such as toucans, orioles, parrots, monkeys, snakes, butterflies, etc. You will have the opportunity to experience the magic of our Amazon rainforest within the Tambopata National Reserve (278,000 hectares protected under Peruvian law).

After lunch, we will visit the Isla de los Monos (Monkey island) located in front of our lodge through the Madre de Dios River, in this place there are different species of monkeys, such as the brown capuchin, the squirrel monkey all of them on the island, after the activity we will return to the Jungle lodge.

At night, we will look for alligators, they are usually on the banks of the Madre de Dios River. This time you will have to bring a flashlight since this activity takes place in the darkness of the night.

On this tour with some luck we can see the largest family in the world that is the Peruvian guinea pig family; Then return to the lodge, dinner and overnight at the lodge.


Hike and Canoe rowing on Sandoval Lake

Day 2.- Before breakfast early, we will make a short boat trip to the entrance of Lake Sandoval, then check in at the control point, taking a 3-kilometer (2-mile) walk to Lake Sandoval.After a pleasant interpretive walk in the nature reserve, the wildlife guides (Hoatzin, puma heron, eagles, howler monkey, black capuchin, and black alligators).On our canoe ride, it is possible to observe in the giant otter family of the river (which is in danger of extinction) and in the larger caiman with more than 4 meters long return to the lodge to enjoy a typical lunch.After lunch there are some hours to use the pool, around 4 pm The return to the city of Puerto Maldonado is usually reached around 5 pm; Ready for your respect transfer to the bus station or hotel.
Hotels included on this tour
Situated in the center of the Amazonas jungle, Monte Amazonico Lodge gives rural accommodation inside Puerto Maldonado. A jungle trip and all meals are given. The Monkey Island will be 500 metres aside. With personal balconies overlooking the jungle, areas at Monte Amazonico have become bright. They function wooden walls and personal bathrooms. An United
Hotel Description & Facilities
Questions & Answers

What time does this tour depart from Puerto Maldonado and arrive back in?

Arriving by bus?

  • For people arriving by bus we start at 8:30 a.m  departing from our office in Puerto Maldonado

Arriving by Plane?

  • The first plane arriving to Puerto Maldonado is around 10:00 am and the last plane arrives at 4 p.m , so our first group will start the tour around 11:20
  • For peope arriving later than 12:00 pm we will start tour around 1:00 p.m, for LATAM  airlines arriving at 4:00 p.m we will start thetour as soon as posible

Already in Puerto Maldonado?

  • For people that are already in a hotel the pick up will be around 8:00 a.m and start tour at 8:30 a.m approximately

Things to bring for 2 days tour to Tambopata Amazon

1 backpack or 1 duffle bag

1 small daypack.

3 pairs of lightweight long pants; quick drying material preferred.

2 long-sleeved shirts; quick-drying material preferred.

2 or 3 short sleeved t-shirts.

1 pair of hiking long socks for each day in the rainforest.

1 light windbreaker, sweater or fleece jacket.

1 brimmed hat (suitable for both sun and rain).

Bathing suit.

1 pair of comfortable walking shoes.

1 pair of sandals; Teva or other rugged brand preferred.

Sun block lotion. SPF 45 or higher is recommended.

Insect repellent.

Small flashlight. Headlamp models recommended.

Water bottle.

Binoculars (optional and one pair can be shared in a group).

Useful things to know before you go

Currencies accepted:

  • S/. Sol
  • $/. Dollar


There are no vaccines required to enter Peru.  If you decide to take medicines. These are suggested indications, so please visit your doctor before you travel.

    Recommended for Peru. Normally 2 months before travel.
  • For RABIES
    Recommended for Peru. Normally 1 month before travel.
    Recommended for Peru. Normally 10 days before travel.


  • Depending on the accommodation in the jungle, electricity hours are limited during the day, most hotels offer several hours in the evening, usually until 10 pm, allowing travelers to charge their personal items.