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TAMBOPATA 

 Only a 30-minute flight will take you  from Cusco to Tambopata National Reserve,  the  National Park Bahuaja Sonene and to the Great Tambopata Madidi Wilderness.

TAMBOPATA TOURS & SAFARIS

Just 30-minute flight from Cusco, 3 extraordinary contiguos Amazon Reserves lay. These are : The Tambopata National Reserve, the  National Park Bahuaja Sonene and the Great Tambopata Madidi Wilderness,  located on the Peru-Bolivia border 


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Taken together, these parks are two-thirds the size of Costa Rica and protect the most species-rich natural habitats in the world (January 1994 and March 2000, National Geographic Magazine, cover stories). 

No other company can offer you as much wildlife viewing in the greater Tambopata-Madidi region. 

The Heath River features the world's most accessible large macaw lick, which has registered up to 260 large macaws in one day, making it one of the five largest recorded macaw licks in the world.

Though all five of these licks are spectacular, the Heath Lick is by far the most economical to visit, making it ideal for a short Amazon itinerary to combine with the Inca sites of Cusco and Machu Picchu. The Heath lick is the only one of the five that can be reached the same day that you fly by jet from Cusco, thus saving one or two nights over other licks.

Rainfall in the Tambopata Reserve is around 2500 – 3500 millimeters per year, with most rainfall occurring in the rainy season months from November to April. The average temperature in the National Reserve is 28° C (82° F), with daily highs of 34° C (94° F) and nightly lows of 22° C (72° F). During the dry season cold fronts from the South Atlantic (friajes) occur every month or so, with daily temperatures dropping as low as 16° C (59° F) and nightly temperatures to 13° C (55° F). Best season to travel: Late March through December.

A daily commercial flight from Lima (2 hours) and Cusco (30 minutes) brings you to Puerto Maldonado, a bustling frontier town and the gateway to the Tambopata National Reserve. Here one of our staff will meet you as you leave the airport arrivals area, and will remain with you until you return to the airport to board your flight back to Cusco or Lima.

Sandoval Lake Lodge

Located deep in Peru's Tambopata National Reserve, our Sandoval Lake lodge overlooks sparkling, palm-rimmed Sandoval Lake, the most beautiful and wildlife-rich of all lakes in Tambopata-Madidi. This privileged location gives you exclusive access to the lake in the early morning and late afternoon, the choice hours for wildlife viewing and photography.

No other lodge in Tambopata-Madidi is on the banks of a protected oxbow lake. Our short Sandoval Lake Lodge program includes two nights of fully-screened accommodation in 25 double-occupancy rooms complete with en suite facilities with hot-water showers, electricity (*), fans, meals, airport transfers in Puerto Maldonado, naturalist guides, lake excursions by day in search of Giant Otters, monkeys, and macaws, forest excursions, night excursions in search of caimans, and evening slide shows. Our lodge specializes in small groups and individualized attention in our overriding quest to conserve the lake and surrounding rainforest. Sandoval Lake Lodge is built out of ecologically-correct driftwood mahogany and is owned jointly by a nonprofit conservation group and five families of indigenous Brazil nut collectors.

(*) Three times per day: from 5:00 to 6:00 am, from noon to 4:00 pm and from 17:30 to 22:30 pm.

 

Check our Video in YouTube on Sandoval Lake Lodge

 

 

 

 Daily Departure Tours

 flechafrentegreen.gif Quick Glance to Sandoval Lake Lodge 2D/1N

flechafrentegreen.gif Classic Sandoval Lake Lodge Tour 3D/2N

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Heath River Wildlife Center Lodge

The wild Heath River marks the remote Amazon-region border between Peru and Bolivia. Bordering two radically different ecosystems of rainforest and lowland savannah, it runs through the heart of the Tambopata-Madidi reserve areas of Peru and Bolivia, a vast and largely inaccessible wilderness totaling more than 13,700 sq. km./5,290 sq. miles.

Little has changed on this river since the American doctor Edwin Heath first explored and named it in the 1880s, and the eccentric English explorer Colonel Fawcett formally surveyed the far-away frontier in 1910. Traveling there today is like going back to a time before cars and roads were invented..

Heath River Wildlife Center is the only eco-lodge on this river. And it offers the world's only large macaw clay lick reachable in half a day from a jetport with daily connections to the outside world.

Only ten minutes by boat from the lodge, a comfortable floating hide just 30m/100ft from the lick allows us to witness one of nature’s most spectacular displays – a tumultuous gathering of brightly-colored macaws and parrots. Visitors have seen up to 260 macaws there at one time, which makes it one of the top five of the world's 100 known licks. 

Check our video in YouTube on Heath River Wildlife Center

 

 

 

Fixed Departure Tours: Monday & Thursday

flechafrentegreen.gif Two Ecosystems: Rainforest & Savannah 4D/3N

flechafrentegreen.gif Two Ecosystems in Deep: Rainforest & Savannah 5D/4N

flechafrentegreen.gif Sandoval Lake Lodge & Macaw Clay lick 5D/4N

flechafrentegreen.gif Sandoval Lake Lodge & Macaw Clay lick in Deep 6D/5N


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