River adventure and high speed adrenaline glide over trees canopy
Day 1.- Reception at the international airport and transfer to our office in Puerto Maldonado, then walk two blocks to a private dock where you will receive a brief explanation of the trip and essential tips before you begin.
You will embark on a 40-minute motorboat trip down the Madre de Dios River.
Short hike 30 meters high, footpath of the bridge at dawn is impressive.
The adventure circuit is reached by climbing a system of towers and stairs that ascend to the tops of the trees and a platform 30 meters above the surface of the forest.
You will feel the air flow in your face as you cross the suspension bridge, which leads to a platform wrapped around the huge trunk of a tree, one of the thickest and strongest trees found in the rainforest.
Orchids and other aerial plants that grow between tall branches are usually seen closely as the nests of many birds.
We return by the bridge of the canopy and climb to the high platform that marks the beginning of the zipline cable, almost 200 m long, that we fly through the air flow like eagles towards a platform.
The views are exceptional only harmonized by the enjoyment of overcoming our fears and the adrenaline that flows through us.
The footbridge of 200 m long, which hangs on the ground, leaves this system; an act of balance takes us to the platform at the beginning of the second zip line, flies back to the tower that goes down to the forest floor.
After lunch, we go to the river to practice kayaking, well protected with high quality life vests, and followed by a motorboat that guarantees greater security; This activity is quiet and accessible to everyone.
Going down the river, or against the flow of the river, we can easily see the countless birds that inhabit this area, which would otherwise be inaccessible from the river bank to the island of the monkeys.
These monkeys are used to having contact with human beings and will have the opportunity to go through the treetops, lowering the trunks of the large trees that are part of their home to accept the food of visitors. Several diverse species live in harmony due to their habitat on an island.
Before dinner, we will make a night walk through the lodge to appreciate the diversity of insects, amphibians, reptiles and other nocturnal animals. then night in the jungle lodge
Hike and Canoe rowing on Sandoval LakeDay 2.- After breakfast, we will make a brief boat trip to the entrance of Lake Sandoval, after showing our entrance tickets at the checkpoint, we will walk 3 kilometers (2 miles approx.) To Lake Sandoval.The trek is within the Tambopata national reserve, following the pleasant walk, the guide will receive a rowing boat where we will have our navigation on the lake to understand a variety of bird and monkey species.The giant river otters (almost two meters long) are very often seen, they are endangered species and it is also possible to observe the largest caiman registered in more than 4 meters in length.We will have lunch on the lake with a beautiful view of the rest of the picnic-style lake for a while and we will walk back to the motorboat on the river bank to take us back to Puerto Maldonado around 5 pm.
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
What to bring for a 2 days Amazon jungle tour Tambopata?
Once you are in the Amazon, you have limited access to medical supplies, so bring the products you will need for illness or injury. Pack all the prescription that you take regularly. make a first aid kit with painkillers, sunburn relief, diarrhea medication, adhesive bandages. Add lip balm with sun protection, water purification tablets, sunscreen, antiseptic cream or spray, tweezers and hand sanitizer to finish the kit.
Pack as little clothing as possible to avoid adding too much bulk to your pack. You can wash your clothing by hand while you are in the jungle, but remember that it will take a day for the pieces to dry. Aim for two changes of clothing other than the one you will wear. This gives you one to wear, one to wash and one spare for emergencies. Pack a jacket for cold nights, and a poncho. bring a hat and sunglasses. Finally, wear comfortable, sturdy footwear, such as hiking boots. Include swimming suit and something comfortable to sleep in.
Bugs are insane in the rain forest, so pack repellent. Toss in a lightweight pair of pants you can throw over your shorts and a long-sleeve shirt to wear in particularly dense mosquito areas. In spite of your best efforts, you may still get bitten. Get anti-itch cream to help with this.
Include your camera and all the memory cards, batteries or film it needs. Add a charger and a plug adapter. Pack basic toiletries, including wet wipes and the soap and shampoo you need for bathing. If you have long hair, add hair ties or clips to keep it off your face. Consider zip-top bags to store toiletries, dirty clothes and belongings that should not get wet. Do not forget your glasses or contact lenses and the supplies you need for them. Finally, include a reusable water bottle.
Useful things to know before you go
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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.
- For HEPATITIS B
Recommended for Peru. Normally 2 months before travel.
- For RABIES
Recommended for Peru. Normally 1 month before travel.
- For YELLOW FEVER
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.