Archives: Attractions

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

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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

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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

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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 .

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Located on the left bank of the Madre de Dios River, it is an ancient meander and the remaining water course of the Madre de Dios River. It is 30 minutes by the interoceanic road from Puerto Maldonado. The body

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It is accessed from Puerto Maldonado to travel 30 minutes along the interoceanic road to the labyrinth city, from where you sail approximately 4 hours by boat along the river Madre de Dios. The name of Lake Huitoto is due

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abundant in the Madre de Dios river is the bridge with 722 m. length and two towers of 40 m that rests on a concrete base and by twelve piles of steel nailed to the river of height, considered the

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Cocococha Lake is located on the right bank of the Tambopata River, within the Tambopata National Reserve, approx. 70 km. from Puerto Maldonado. The CC.NN is accessed by road. Demons, 3 Hr. by the Tambopata River, concluding with the 2-hour

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This pier near the Plaza de Armas is really a cheap method of seeing a small amount of stock on a significant Peruvian jungle river “of the Madre de Dios River”, i.e. about 500 meters wide at this time. The

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belongs to the Pano linguistic family and the Amahuaca Yora ethnic group. Perform hunting and fishing, the production of cassava, bananas and maize for domestic consumption mainly. The collection and sale of chestnut is one of the most important activities

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