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Puerto Maldonado Amazon tours

These Puerto Maldonado tours through the Amazon offer you incredible opportunities to soak in the Amazon jungle and learn everything you need to know about this wonderful land and its inhabitants.You could choose to simply experience some of the most captivating scenarios; as the macaw clay lick where hundreds of parrots and macaws converge daily to eat clay from river banks.

Or you could choose to visit the Sandoval Lake, where there are dozens of caimans, turtles, giant otters, and piranhas. or you could perform a more active visit that includes an extreme adventure experience flying on the treetops. 

Puerto Maldonado Tours are an incredible, affordable option nestled in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. Get inspired and create your own adventure trips . Vegetarian options. Locally engaged. Meaningful travel destinations, fascinating jungle areas like Tambopata National Reserve to see the wonders Puerto Maldonado Peru has to offer.

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PicureTour NameDaysPrice
Sandoval lake tour / Monkey island2D$119
Tambopata reserve - Peru Macaw2D$167
Canopy, zipline, kayak, monkey island2D$132
Macaw clay lick deeper in Amazon2D$221
Puerto Maldonado - Sandoval Lake3D$272
Amazon jungle tours - Sandoval Lake3D$172
Excursion - Macaw clay / Sandoval3D$342
Macaw Rainforest Expedition Amazon3D$599
Tambopata tour / Macaw Adventure3D$279
Peru jungle tours in Superior Suites3D$577
Macaw clay Lick / Tambopata kayak3D$311
Fishing Excursion in Tambopata3D$317
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Wildlife Immersion - Stay in front of Lake4D$349
Peru Amazon rainforest / Natives & Lake4D$394
Macaw Clay Lick Tambopata4D$399
Macaw clay / Sandoval (Super Deal)4D$379
Adventure Peru Amazon - Sandoval lake4D$254
Macaw Amazon Scientific Research Center4D$997
Sandoval Lake Peru Amazon tour5D$377
Sandoval / Macaw Stay deep Reserve5D$510
Macaw clay / Sandoval lake - Natives6D$640
Birdwatching / Giant Otter by Explorers7D$1211
Peru Amazo, Machupichu & Titicacaº11D$2270
Tambopata - Machupichu & Manu Parkº11D$4530

Puerto Maldonado tours and Expeditions

We organize tours and expeditions to the amazon jungle. You can choose your Puerto Maldonado Tours depending on the style, activity or tour duration.

Feel more cheer to experience one of our tours you will not regret, reliability, security, punctuality are our profile. Puerto Maldonado city is one of the main gates of the forest of Peru and offers Countless Opportunities to observe wildlife, Which captivated all nature lovers. Just minutes away by boat from Puerto Maldonado city you will find many wild creatures.

Puerto Maldonado Jungle Tours

While traveling Peru, jungle chooses fewer destinations and stay more time at the destinations you do visit. Flights leave the biggest carbon impact of any type of travel.

During your Puerto Maldonado tours

From the start there are many things to see: beautiful flowering plants, macaws up in the trees, hundreds of butterflies and many species of monkeys, including tamarin monkey, howler monkey, monk, among others.

Learn to recognize primary and secondary forest we will also see the huge trees of the Brazil nut “chestnut” one of the most important economies in the region. One quickly knows why Lake Sandoval is considered one of the most impressive and beautiful places.

Accompanied by experts naturalist guides, you can explore the secrets of Peru Amazon rainforest and Their exotic animals observe, capybara, caimans, caterpillars, etc. If you’re lucky to even Jaguars. The wildlife in Peru is spectacular also in This area, With its colorful flowers and giant trees.

Macaw Clay Lick

Hundred of Macaws

Sandoval lake

Giant Otters & Monkeys

The Perfect Surrounding

Peru is blessed with coastal region, highlands, mountains and Amazon rainforests, all of which are paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Bird watching, spotting bird species and watching their population in the rainforest is also an ecotourism activity which is a part of Puerto Maldonado Amazon Tours and these activities are growing in popularity, especially these last years.


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Amazon rainforest

Absolutely fantastic! Unbelievable going
up the Amazon for three hours and arriving at the lodge after dark and not
believing such a wonderful site. Our guide for three days was Paul and was
great. I’m going to take my grandsons there next year.

Jeff R
Jeff R
Captain Cook, HI
Go with a good guide

We had booked all our 4 day 3 nights
jungle tours thru a good local agency. If you shop around online and research
on TripAdvisor, you will find plenty of them. They all are very responsive
and quote you and give you the details upfront.

May 2016 • Friends
loved it

We spent 4 days in the peruvian rain
forest and with the help of our guide we were able to see quite a few
different animals and plants.


Walking through the jungle was such an
amazing experience, despite the heat, humidity, and mud (last part of rainy
season).  Our Inkaterra guide, Saay,
made the tours.

Romeo, MI
Jul 2017 • Couples
Great Experience.

This is what you come to the Amazon to
do. We had a fantastic guide, Fernando, nothing was too much trouble, what
ever we wanted to see he would arrange it, from wild bird clay licks, animal
hides, river trips, canopy viewing and so on, it was a great experience.

Apr 2019 • Couples
Great Jungle

Lots of trees, insects and other
creatures. Birds singing +++

Apr 2017 • Couples
Loved our time in the Amazon!

Our lodge (Refugio) was a 2 1/2 hour boat
ride down the Tambopata river.  We had
several hikes w/guide through the Amazon Rain forest over 3 days.  Each was unique for the types of wildlife
we saw.  Our guide, Juan Carlos, was
tremendous about pointing out the flora & fauna

Roy R
Roy R
Oct 2017 • Couples
Great hike

This hike was what we expected of the
Amazon Jungle. Narrow path through vegetation, large trees a real experience.

Gary G
Gary G
Port Charlotte, FL
Sep 2017 • Couples
Lake Sandoval

Great experience of many jungle
creatures. The walk is a bit long but it is somewhat isolated and no vehicles
are permitted into the park.

Halifax, Canada
Apr 2019 • Couples
great jungle nature hikes!

well, it’s the
amazonian jungle. it’s great. can see lot’s of animals, of course it’s up to
them.. but birds, insects, sloths, monkeys are easy to see, and you can be
lucky with pumas or yaguars, caimans, snakes..

Porto Alegre, RS
May 2016 • Solo
in awe @ every turn

eating live termites out of their nest as
the natives have done for yrs was incredible………..something I thougt I’d
never get to experience

Nov 2012 • Friends
Great Hikes, Great guides

Just recently returned from the Peruvian
rainforest.  I stayed at the Refugio
and Tambopata research Center.  The
guide we had was amazing.  Thanks for
everything FINO!

Rochester, MN
Oct 2012 • Friends

we climbed a very tall tower to the tops
of the trees, we rode a canoe across a lake, saw some very huge Ficus trees,
and fed piranhas in the lake

North Port, FL
Aug 2012 • Family
Several are offered at Inkaterra Lodge

These are fantastic and allow you to
mingle with nature.

Oct 2012 • Family
Its a jungle out there - and we are not scared!

You must experience it. From the very
first step you take of the boat…its a jungle!!! The cloud forest is one of
the best places I have ever visited. Vibrant noises, colours…amazing.

Nov 2012 • Couples
You MUST do a jungle/lake/river hike!

You see so many birds, animals &
insects – many really close up – but in complete safety and even for a couple
of old fatties like us it was easy – no hills, for example!

London, UK
Sep 2012 • Couples
How can you not take a hike in the jungle?

It may be hot, it may be humid, it may be
buggy … but just go and do it.  There
is no other way to get a sense of what the Amazonian jungle is like.

Anchorage, AK
Oct 2012 • Business
Nothing like a hike in a rain forest

Hiking in a rain
forest never lets me down.  The
excursions provided by Inkaterra Amazonica provided us with sighting of  sloth’s, bats, insects, monkey’s, and
caiman. What a great lifetime experience.

Sacramento, CA
Oct 2011 • Friends
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If you are looking for the ride of your life in the jungle, be sure to book with Puerto Maldonado Tours Amazon.

  • With Puerto Maldonado tours visit one of the few Indigenous Communities living in the depths of the forest, isolated from the rest of the world will no doubt be a memory you will never forget.
  • Some of the villagers gladly show you openly their lifestyle, customs and traditions. Now you’re ready to get the perfect Amazon experience. Choose your style of Jungle trips in Peru and travel to Puerto Maldonado Peru.
  • The Amazon rainforest is one of The most biodiversity in the world and a haven for exotic wildlife, Indigenous communities, and of course for nature lovers. More than sixty percent of Peru is covered by amazon jungle.

When you travel to Peru, it is critical to understand that regardless of its geographical position at the biggest market of the temperate zone, Peru has variable weather characteristics. That is because of the existence of the Pacific Ocean, whose warm waters reduce thermal extremes, and the Andean mountain, which forms barriers contrary to the cold north winds.

Furthermore, once you travel to Peru, understand that Peru amazon rainforest is at the mercy of both wet and medium atmospheric currents from the Pacific ocean, warm ones and humid.

Close to Brazil and Bolivia this location of Puerto Maldonado is the perfect tropical getaway for those on a budget. These Puerto Maldonado tours have many activities, places to visit, choose from a variety of huts. Our Puerto Maldonado Amazon is jungle rustic made but comfortable with options to choose from. Bungalows are spacious and offer many amenities from backpacker style dorm cabins to private ones as well.

The region around Puerto Maldonado is home to two magnificent nature reserves where wildlife is denser, Tambopata National Reserve and Manu National Park.

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Peruvian handicraft day
"The crafts of the area are made with plants, fibers, seeds and sylvan roots. You can find elaborate pieces from ancestral times such as bows and pona arrows adorned with feathers, typical clothes made with bark of yanchama trees and adorned with seeds and feathers, necklaces, earrings and bracelets made with seeds and animal teeth. At the moment wood carvings are also made, canvases with images of people, animals and landscapes, ashtrays, paperweights and keychains in chestnut coconut, as well as wooden postcards and various ornaments. On this day, the Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism, Eduardo Ferreyros, offered a cordial greeting and indicated that thanks to their skill and dexterity, they present to the world, not only beautiful creations, but also the history and traditions of Peru. He commented that our craftsmanship is a reason for recognition and prestige. Through it the world visits Peru as well as our history and the diversity that defines us as a nation. Craft lines: There are artisanal lines, such as textiles, jewelery, ceramics, imagery, carving, vegetable fibers, masks, toys, imagery, aquaculture products, costume jewelery, among others.  Peruvian handicrafts enjoy national and international recognition and prestige and invited the national population to visit artisan centers to celebrate artisans and to acquire their products. Crafts are valued for their quality and their own style as a result of the integration of various cultures, generating an identity of high aesthetic content and deep richness."



Jungle carnival celebration
"The carnival is an annual event full of color, rhythm and joy. All parts of Peru present a particular way of celebrating it, in the case of Puerto Maldonado, Carnival becomes a good reason to revalue the customs of the Peruvian Amazon. The carnivals present a movable date from the first days of February until the end of March and every year they present a new theme, for example since the carnival of 2011 this took the name of Mombiré Ayanda which are words in the native language that means Dance Together and that is precisely what carnival is about and since then every year has a new theme to revalue. Among the activities of the carnival are the tours or parades of comparsas and floats in what is intended to manifest jungle motifs regarding the design and decoration of their vehicles. In the course that is also programmed the music and native dances are of greater importance the revaluation of the traditional jungle that is made in Puerto Maldonado capital of the Madre de Dios region. In these dates the election of the lady of the jungle carnival is also scheduled. There are other contests that are held for carnivals, among them: The carnival contest of typical dances, in addition to the Contest of stick taught or of Lights, Contest of Widows (the plañideras that interpret to the debtors of the deceased king Momo, spirit of the carnival) . On the final day of the Carnival is presents the celebration of what is known as the Tomb of the Ushna or Yunsada which is something like what is known as yunza in other parts of Peru. In the same way this day the farewell of King Momo is performed as a symbol of the end of Carnival. Auditions or television or press conferences, although they seem unusual at this time, are also present, especially in the days leading up to the Carnival, this in order to disseminate and make known to visitors, or future visitors, the programming of Carnival activities to come, in addition to the theme of celebration. Carnival usually begins its activities in the Plaza de Armas of Puerto Maldonado and has the participation of the authorities of the region and the comparsas of the city, in this way the traditional party begins. In the last years the carnivals also take the name of 'Mombire Ayanda', arakbut word that means 'Let's dance together' and that seeks to strengthen the identity of the jungle region of Madre de Dios. The entity that is responsible for carrying out the Carnival is the Regional Government of Madre de Dios whose objective is to rescue traditional customs of Puerto Maldonado and transmit them to new generations. The Plaza de armas of Puerto Maldonado and the leisure centers, such as the traditional Manguare and the Buraco are the meeting points of the population where the good atmosphere is combined with music from the jungle and the Brazilian samba. Every year in the carnival the comparsas stand out, with picturesque names such as: The gypsies, the corsairs enter others, who celebrate their 40th birthday by participating in the carnival. Normally in a weekend more than 5 thousand people go to the main points where the carnival is celebrated, being the oldest the Manguare."



Holy week
"Holy Week is one of the most attended religious festivities and expected by Peruvians, either for the various cultural events that revolve around it or because the 2019 holidays can be used to rest or travel to the interior of the country in the case of Puerto Maldonado. It consists in celebrating the joy of the resurrection of Christ, is the slogan of the churches and parishes of Puerto Maldonado and nearby towns, that on Sunday of glory its members and faithful, participate in various sports games and gymkhana, after activities such as eating fish not drink liquor, not eat pork or aji, the whole village shows the devotion of the Maternitans or residents of Madre de Dios, who go to churches and processions in this week. On this Sunday from early in the morning, many children, young people and adults of different ages gathered at the Santa Cruz de Madre de Dios Parish Educational Institution Sports Center to kick off the day. The words of welcome are normally given by the Bishop of the city, who, prior to the integration games, accompanies the opening ceremony with those present. Each year the public institutions of Madre de Dios publish their calendars and events for Easter with street maps showing the main processions. The celebrations begin on the Friday before Palm Sunday and continue for 7 days until Easter Sunday. Held one week before Easter, this is the most attended religious festival in Peru and attracts visitors from all over the country. The biggest procession takes place on Friday morning, some traditional dances of the Peruvian Amazon, events and street art exhibitions, sporting events, agricultural fairs and the loving preparation of traditional foods. The celebrations culminate on the Saturday before Easter Sunday with a great all-night party that includes the dawn fireworks to celebrate the resurrection of Christ. If you also want to party, take the case forecasts late at night. Crime in the city increases during the festivities. In the morning, parish priests from different parts of the region gather to be part of this week's celebration at the Cathedral of Puerto Maldonado, which is Holy Week with the aim of reaffirming our faith. The celebration for Holy Week in Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios region, is carried out with. Some faithful from distant villages get ready early to arrive at the Cathedral of this city to celebrate the Mass of Holy Thursday and at this time in Puerto Maldonado you can see that from very early the doors of the markets open like the Mercado Modelo , Father Aldamis and May 3 to sell essential products."



Feast of the Cross
"Cruz velacuy in Madre de Dios has the purpose of paying homage to the crosses that exist in our region. This tradition was introduced by the high Andean settlers who came to this part of the jungle and brought their customs and celebrations with them. One of the first Catholic elements used very effectively was the Cross, in the case of the Tawantinsuyo, the crosses were located in the various places and sacred sites, which were abode or shrine of the Andean gods, being a symbol of good against the evil, is present everywhere and at all times, permanently deserving the spiritual invocation. This celebration took place in the first decades of the 18th century. When at that time it was a relatively humble family holiday without the importance it has today. The cross is a symbol of Christianity in the same way for Catholics is the representation of the passion of Jesus Christ. After the Spanish conquest, the cross was one of the elements of struggle and ideological quarrel to evangelize the Americans and also to facilitate their submission, so their worship and use were obligatory in the new world, the ""extirpators of idolatries"" By destroying their Inca sanctuaries they were very careful to place crosses in their place. The celebration of the cross usually has a steward or ""carguyoq"" the person who voluntarily agreed to organize and make most of the expenses for the celebration, who is almost always a person with high resources and owner of a house where an altar will rise for the cross. The beginning of the festival is on May 2 with the descent of the cross from the top of the hill or sanctuary where it is. On the 3rd of May it is carried out in the whole area of ​​Cusco and in recent years also in Puerto Maldonado universal sense and with much hullabaloo, is to worship the cross. May month when the fields begin harvesting the corn or harvest the festival of the holy cross is very interesting, because all the crosses are illuminated and this is called the feast of the ""cruz velacuy"" or ""vigil of the cross"" This festival is carried out with enough solemnity since the crosses according to Catholic ideology, are the protectors against all negativity. In the evening the evening that is attended by the whole neighborhood, the past butlers, relatives, etc. takes place. Which consists in turn of making vigil of the cross, all night, a bonfire is lit in front of the altar that in the Province (Paruro of Cusco) they call it the ""cconucuy"" which is to bring the trunk of good thickness they say "" machu ccuyu ""which is its Castilianized form. In the festivity of the cross, the chicha parureña is inevitable or ""quellu aja"" is an essential drink made naturally. The joy continues to the rhythm of an orchestra (harp, violin, quenas and accordion) that play popular songs for all the attendees who dance very animated, also drunk with aguardiente and pisco. At midnight you can taste the lamb broth and the parish cancacho with all those present, that same night it is also announced to the butler for next year. On May 3, which is the central day, an Andean Catholic ritual is celebrated, which is the celebration of mass in the church of the Province of Paruro, for which the cross is moved in procession accompanied by an indigenous band of the place. Then the cross returns to the butler's house also called ""cargo wasi"" where it is placed once more on his altar. At midday the mayordomos offer a festive lunch and during the afternoon the party continues with lots of drink and music, the next day is the ""kacharpari"" (the farewell party) takes place during the morning until noon where move the cross to its place of origin where it will be until next year."



San Juan Festival
"The Fiesta de San Juan is an important religious celebration that takes place in the different cities of Peru, and that presents special devotion in the Peruvian Amazon. The festival of San Juan has its central day on June 24 and for this different events are held both religious and regional. The parties begin on the 23rd and by then different tourist routes are planned that are provided to the visitors with a purpose of encouraging tourism in the area. Among these routes is for example a free tour of the Charachamayoc Complex. In the celebration of the festival of San Juan there are also sports activities in which the different teams of the inhabitants participate. The religious ceremonies are not absent in the Feast of San Juan and the first of those celebrated in homage to the Saint is offered at night. In conjunction with this folkloric festival where the dances are exhibited, as well as exhibitions of different typical dishes of the region. Regarding the latter, it is necessary to mention that the juane has an important role as it is the main dish that is prepared and sold as a tribute to the festival of San Juan, in addition to organizing preparation skills. The main attractions are the tourist route of the Carachamayoc circuit, costumbristas dances and gastronomic fair. The main cities of the Peruvian jungle are preparing to celebrate the Fiesta de San Juan as Puerto Maldonado, Loreto, Tingo Maria, Ucayali and San Martin will receive you in a big way, with peculiar dances, exceptional exhibitions, craft fairs, extraordinary gastronomy and more . A celebration to which we should all go at least once in a lifetime. The main day is June 24, the date on which Saint John the Baptist is worshiped, a saint who is credited with purifying water. But a day earlier, on the eve, there are a series of activities that you must experience. Therefore, it is recommended that you travel a few days before the celebrations begin. On June 23, which is the eve, a population of men and women go to the river to ask for comfort to San Juan Bautista. This is known as the 'blessed bath' and it is what will give them happiness and health during the year. Although, before the party was held only regional music, over time have incorporated foreign and local customs. For that reason, you will have the happiness of merging with the local population and enjoying some magical days. Processions, parades, typical bands and walks. The jungle has an infinity of typical dishes and try them in the Fiesta de San Juan 2018 is part of the custom. As is the case of 'Juane', which represents the head of San Juan Bautista who, according to the bible, was decaptiated. The Juane is a dish prepared with rice, cilantro or chopstick, egg, olives and chicken, all wrapped in bijao leaves or banana tied with rope of banana or chapana. You will also taste the 'Tacacho con Cecina', the 'Inchicape de gallina con peña', 'patarashca', 'Cazuela de pescado', and more."



San Pedro and San Pablo day
"Every year on June 29 is celebrated in Peru the day of San Pedro and San Pablo, date that for Puerto Maldonado is very special, especially for the inhabitants of the community of La Cachuela, where a great celebration will take place on the shores of the Mother of God river. In the program of activities, which has already been prepared, the fishing contest and other activities will be included. The celebration of San Pedro and San Juan was also celebrated by the communities of Baja Cachuela, Alta Cachuela, Centro Cachuela, who came together to share the fun. These festivities are celebrated every year and the aforementioned native town of Cachuela is located 6 kilometers from the regional capital, showing their best finery with natural settings arranged for the party. The program of activities includes a motocross race, fishing contests and other recreational activities and sports. The community of El Prado preserves the cultural identity of Madre de Dios, with its native groups of quenas and bombos and their traditional meals and drinks of yesteryear, which include pachamanca. The fiestas of San Pedro and San Pablo is a custom that takes place every year, in most of the towns that are located on our coasts. Beginning with the parties that are developed with activities and contests in the river. The festivities of June 29 continue to accompany the images of San Pedro and San Pablo, as a sign of gratitude and festivity of the fishermen. These celebrations with Hispanic elements, now have an identity of our lands, is a celebration that has about 90 years in our country, faithful devotees themselves or strangers attend all popular tributes. It lasts for eight days and the managers are called, Judges of Water, which are two, the Tapka, Judge of the top and Recuaino, judge of the lower part. The festivities begin on June 24, and they celebrate it with bands of musicians, castles, and motocross races, a day where water judges parade down the big street, accompanied by their Campos, Cabecillas, guests and folk artists, spreading the word tonadas that will be executed during the holidays. On the 27th with adoration and offerings, the Bajada de Pedro takes place, preparing the environment for the following days, June 28 and 29, where the population continues to pay tribute to the patron saint, in the midst of the rhythm of bands and musicians. The central day from 2 in the morning the dancers leave to do their show and after the mass they carry out the procession with the image of San Pedro crossing the main streets in the center of the city, in the middle of songs, praises and prayers, always accompanied by faithful devotees who at the end are concentrated in the main square, intensifying the joy until late at night the parties in the thriving city. Especially the festive days in homage to San Pedro and San Pablo, are held on July 29 and 30, while days before, on June 24 expresses his joys with his patronal feast, dedicated to his patron saint San Juan Bautista , this is where in all the houses of the field fires are lit at night, with wild flowers and with them they go down loaded to the mass of the town, between beautiful melodies of violins, tinyas and harps."