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This reserve in the southern Amazon is rich in flora and fauna and the most biodiverse area of the rainforest in the Peruvian Amazon. The reserve has world record diversities in bird, butterfly, dragonfly, beetle and fly taxa. It is such an...more
Around lake sandoval there are lots of monkeys and other animals. Book your hike in Puerto Maldonado and not in Cusco. We payed less than half the price we were offered in Cusco for the same lodge. Stay one night at least in the lake...More
View the animals and wild life by boat. It can get hot and humid if on there for a few hours. The boats are not comfy but what you see will make up for it. Make sure you have plenty of water and sun cream
Friendly helpful and informative staff well equipped to assist us to view the birdlife. We stayed in lovely bungalows open to let breeze through but with mesh to keep out bugs. Basic meets luxury, mixed with rustic charm. We enjoyed a trip on the Amazon...More
This was one of the highlights of our Peru vacation. The amazing flora, birds and animals we saw were formidable. Our tour agency Machupicchu Center gave us a lodge deep in the reserve, it was simple but so worth it because we got to see...More
It is hard to put into words how truly amazing this place is. It feels untouched in so many ways, and yet it teeters on the brink due to human (gold mining and logging just adjacent) and environmental forces. A stay at one of the...More
Lots of wildlife to hunt out by day and night. We loved the trips up and down the river- was a break from the heat and humidity. A very diverse and beautiful area that’s being maintained for future generations.
Wish we could have stayed a...More
What an experience! My whole family loved this place. We saw a huge flock of scarlet macaws up close at a clay lick, and endangered black caiman with babies, agouti and capybara, and many many monkeys. We caught piranha and saw amazing huge trees and...More