Located on the left bank of the Tambopata River, 15 min. Ride upriver as the CC.NN. hell, is within the buffer zone of the Tambopata National Reserve. 2nd most visited lake by tourists who come to the Mother of .
Although this glittering cosmic stranglery blue building was designed while today’s viewpoint “lookout”, its height of 30 meters will unfortunately not raise a lot of high above the city for the public to glimpse the rivers. The view is still
it is located on the left bank of the Pariamanu River at 4 hours. crossed the same CC.NN river. Pariamanu mouth. To this Collpa come a lot of parrots, macaws are also visible in different colors. The collpeo activity lasts
is the hand of macaws and the greatest parrots of the Mother of God. Located on the left bank of the Tambopata River, within the Tambopata National Reserve, 120 km from Puerto Maldonado and 7 hours by boat crossed by
it is located on the left bank of the Tambopata River, within the Tambopata National Reserve, approx. 90 km upstream of Puerto Maldonado and 3 hours. From the CC.NN. from hell. Unlike the Colorado slat it does not have much
Called an animal shelter, it is located 200 meters from Andrés Avelino Cáceres © s. This resort is home to a large number of different species of wildlife in captivity, the visitor can observe and meet each of them.
Located 2 kilometers from Guillermo Billinghurst Interoceanic Bridge waterway.is a zoo dedicated to conservation and local environmental education, it was founded with the purpose of helping to promote respect for fauna and flora in the population, currently with various species
it is located on the right bank of the river below the Mother of God, within the Tambopata National Reserve. With 24 thousand visitors per year. This lake is the most visited tourist attraction of the Mother of God and
Located on the right bank of the Tambopata River, within the Tambopata National Reserve. Access to 30 Puerto Maldonado by road to the CC.NN. hell, then hoists 4 hours by boat to the same sector Sachavacayoc and walk 1 hour
The Tambopata River is really a main tributary of the Madre de Dios River, subscribing to this service in Puerto Maldonado. Boats climb the river, passing through many good cottages, and in the Tambopata National Reserve, a significant protected area