Sandoval Lake Lodge

INCLUDES:  ENTRANCE FEE TO THE TAMBOPATA NATIONAL RESERVE, ALL MEALS FROM LUNCH FIRST DAY TO BREAKFAST ON LAST DAY, NATURALIST GUIDE, TRANFER IN AN OUT FROM AIRPORT BUS STATION OR HOTEL,ROOM WITH FANS IN THE CEILING 24 H ELECTRICITY AND HOT WATER IN THE SHOWER,PORTER FOR LUGGAGE,FULL TRANSPORATION ON RIVER AND LAKES, ASSISTANCE 24 H, TOURS AND EXCURSIONS  DOES NOT INCLUDE: CITY TOUR, DRINKS AT BAR, TIPS.

Sandoval Lake Lodge 3 days 2 nights

PROGRAM   ITINERARY

DAY 1

Arrival and reception by guide or transfer at the airport or bus station.

Our guides are highly experience professionals with deeply knowledge of the area and rainforest, we provide 1 guide for a group of max 8 people, most of our tours are private as standard.

 

Transfer from the airport to our main office in town.

Upon arrival to Pto. Maldonado City, our Transfer or guide will welcome you and drive you for few minutes to our office in town.

In our office we recommend you to pack only the necessary stuff you need for your next couple of days, the main luggage can stay at our safe deposit. Transportation it’s easier that way, and keep our boats and porter cargo light, we provide you duffels at the office if necessary, we also provide you rubber boots for muddy trails, and you can select a proper size from our collection

Transfer from our office to Tambopata river Port

In full company and orientation of our guide we navigate down the Tambopata River for almost 5 minutes until the Madre de Dios River then 30 minutes journey down the river by motor canoe brings you to the entrance trail to Sandoval Lake

 

Box lunch in the boat. We can customize your box lunch with a vegetarian option, we also provide cold bottled drinks in the boat.

The trail takes you on a 1.6 miles walk (2.5 kilometers) walk through a successional forest, former Giant natural bamboo forest, habitat for monkeys, sloth and macaws, until we reach a small canal where we board our paddle-canoes, we paddle for 100 meters (nearly the same in yards) through a palm-forest swamp, abundance of “aguajes” (mauritia Palms) those palm provide the most popular fruit of the Peruvian rainforest, highly consume by locals as drinks and ice-creams.

Once onto the glass-like surface of the lake, we continue leisurely around the lake to the lodge.

A welcome drink and briefing from the lodge’s manager at the reception area of the lodge.

 Accommodation and a Little rest, at rooms or hummocks

Before dinner depending on arrival time we set off to explore part of the lake, looking for monkeys or black Cayman (black Caymans are the biggest of the Cayman and alligator family, biggest one seen at the lake 6 meters long/20 feet so fur) in the flooded palm forest we can see hundreds of Red-bellied macaws as they return to roost. One the few species of macaws that lives in flocks and mauritia palm swamps such the one at Sandoval Lake.

We also have the option of a night walk into the forest behind the lodge.

Dinner at the lodge.

 DAY 2

An early wake call and meeting at the lodges’ dining room to visit the lake for sunrise and a hopeful encounter with the friendly family of Giant Otters who are highly active at this time of the lake, Giant otters must eat an average of 8 pounds of fish a day (4 kilos)

Sandoval lake offers abundant wildlife including: 6 species of monkeys, black Caymans, over 40 species of birds resident to the lakes’ shore, all 5 species of kingfisher of Peru, and the most abundant group of Hoatzin, all the animals here are easy to photograph from the boats.

 

Return to the lodge for breakfast.

 By midmorning we set off into the jungle to see Giant trees like the kapok and Brazil nut trees the two biggest trees of the amazon, our guide will show you and demonstrate how we collect open and commercialize this extremely important product to our local economy.

We return midday to the lodge.

Lunch

A Little rest in the bungalows or hummocks.

At evening we take our paddle-canoe and explore a different area of the lake in search of the different troops of monkeys, highly active at this time of the day, Brown capuchin monkey and Squirrel monkey live in the forest near the lake.

Before dinner we will again enjoy a nice night walk looking for the spooky tarantulas and snakes.

Dinner

DAY 3

Departure after breakfast

PRICE 350 USD per person

Sandoval Lake Lodge 4 days 3 nights

PROGRAM   ITINERARY

DAY 1

Arrival and reception by guide or transfer at the airport or bus station.

Our guides are highly experience professionals with deeply knowledge of the area and rainforest, we provide 1 guide for a group of max 8 people, most of our tours are private as standard.

 

Transfer from the airport to our main office in town.

Upon arrival to Pto. Maldonado City, our Transfer or guide will welcome you and drive you for few minutes to our office in town.

In our office we recommend you to pack only the necessary stuff you need for your next couple of days, the main luggage can stay at our safe deposit. Transportation it’s easier that way, and keep our boats and porter cargo light, we provide you duffels at the office if necessary, we also provide you rubber boots for muddy trails, and you can select a proper size from our collection

Transfer from our office to Tambopata river Port

In full company and orientation of our guide we navigate down the Tambopata River for almost 5 minutes until the Madre de Dios River then 30 minutes journey down the river by motor canoe brings you to the entrance trail to Sandoval Lake

 Box lunch in the boat. We can customize your box lunch with a vegetarian option, we also provide cold bottled drinks in the boat.

The trail takes you on a 1.6 miles walk (2.5 kilometers) walk through a successional forest, former Giant natural bamboo forest, habitat for monkeys, sloth and macaws, until we reach a small canal where we board our paddle-canoes, we paddle for 100 meters (nearly the same in yards) through a palm-forest swamp, abundance of “aguajes” (mauritia Palms) those palm provide the most popular fruit of the Peruvian rainforest, highly consume by locals as drinks and ice-creams.

Once onto the glass-like surface of the lake, we continue leisurely around the lake to the lodge.

A welcome drink and briefing from the lodge’s manager at the reception area of the lodge.

 Accommodation and a Little rest, at rooms or hummocks

Before dinner depending on arrival time we set off to explore part of the lake, looking for monkeys or black Cayman (black Caymans are the biggest of the Cayman and alligator family, biggest one seen at the lake 6 meters long/20 feet so fur) in the flooded palm forest we can see hundreds of Red-bellied macaws as they return to roost. One the few species of macaws that lives in flocks and mauritia palm swamps such the one at Sandoval Lake.

We also have the option of a night walk into the forest behind the lodge.

Dinner at the lodge.

 DAY 2

An early wake call and meeting at the lodges’ dining room to visit the lake for sunrise and a hopeful encounter with the friendly family of Giant Otters who are highly active at this time of the lake, Giant otters must eat an average of 8 pounds of fish a day (4 kilos)

Sandoval lake offers abundant wildlife including: 6 species of monkeys, black Caymans, over 40 species of birds resident to the lakes’ shore, all 5 species of kingfisher of Peru, and the most abundant group of Hoatzin, all the animals here are easy to photograph from the boats

Return to the lodge for breakfast.

 By midmorning we set off into the jungle to see Giant trees like the kapok and Brazil nut trees the two biggest trees of the amazon, our guide will show you and demonstrate how we collect open and commercialize this extremely important product to our local economy.

We return midday to the lodge.

Lunch

A Little rest in the bungalows or hummocks

At evening we take our paddle-canoe and explore a different area of the lake in search of the different troops of monkeys, highly active at this time of the day, Brown capuchin monkey and Squirrel monkey live in the forest near the lake.

Before dinner we will again enjoy a nice night walk looking for the spooky tarantulas and snakes.

Dinner

DAY 3

Early wake up to cross the lake by canoe and take a short along the main trail, 1 km down the trail there is a special place where every morning parrots and macaws congregate to eat bark of trees, very rich in minerals, dozens of red bellied macaws and blue and yellow macaws take turn to eat on dead palms or palms they kill themselves. 

Returning from the parrot’s show we paddle around the lake spotting wildlife and return for breakfast

After breakfast we will cross the lake to explore an impressive floodplain primary forest and admire the impressive Giant trees and lianas, some of them are strong enough to climb and swing.

We return to the lodge for lunch.

Siesta time

In the cooler afternoon we will once explore the lake in search of the large troops of monkeys, to also experience a spectacular sunset.

Dinner

Optional excursion upon coordination with your guide.

DAY 4

Departure after breakfast.

PRICE 490 USD per person

PRICE

Prices are based on two people in one room, for a solo person price, a single supplement of 50 USD per night its added 

Sandoval lake Lodge 3 days 2 nights    350 USD per person

Sandoval lake Lodge 4 days 3 nights    490 USD per person

important note:

JunglePro tours always have a maximum of 8 people per group*, standar its 4 people in order to maximize the experience, Tours to Sandoval lake lodge have the status of “private”  which means a much higher standar operational service with no waiting or rushing. the price given its the max price our clients can pay and its full board: Entrances fees, food,transportation,guides, tours, transfers and full 24 H support its included in this max price, price can be much lower depending on season, dates and number of people,  you must send us an email to give you the final lower price.

*8 people put together at the beginning of a tour, groups traveling together or family group then number is unlimited.

Inquire this destination mentioning the nights, number of people and dates jungleproperu@gmail.com

IMPORTAN WARNING

JUNGLEPRO BOOKS: FOOD, ROOMS, AND SERVICES TO SANDOVAL LAKE LODGE (REAL LODGE ) AND WE OPERATE THE TOURS WITH OUR HIGHER STANDAR, WE WARN ALL OUR CLIENTS TO BE CAREFUL WITH A FAKE WEBPAGE CALLED “WWW.SANDOVALLAKELODGE.COM” SANDOVAL LAKE LODGE DOES NOT HAVE AN OFFICIAL WEB PAGE AND THE OWNER AND OFFICIAL WEBPAGE FOR THE LODGE AND BOOKING  ITS TROUGH THE WEBPAGE “WWW.INKANATURA.COM, THERE HAS BEEN A LOT OF CHEATING REPORTED THROUGH THAT WEBPAGE, USUALLY PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN SENT TO  UNREPUTABLE PLACES INSTEAD OF SANDOVAL LAKE LODGE, PLACES  WITH MANY LAWSUITS AND ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS  FOR ENVIRONMENTAL  AND LABOR OFFENSES ,AS WELL AS MANY OTHER ISSUES REGARDING SERVICES,WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO STAY AWAY FROM THAT WEB PAGE  “WWW.SANDOVALLAKELODGE.COM “

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