Short description of the Sandoval Lake to Tambopata:
Sandoval Lake is a lake situated in the Sandoval Lake Reserve, within Amazon Rainforest, in the Madre de Dios Department, near a city of Puerto Maldonado.
The reserve refuges diverse animals, for example, giant river otters, turtles, black caimans, monkeys, birds such as a prehistoric bird Shansho, macaws, parrots, cormorants, kingfishers and others. The reserve also boasts with a specific, which is the Collpa de palmeras, a special place where macaws and parrots fly down to eat dry palms that are rich in mineral salts, calcium, sodium, potassium, etc. These trace elements help them to digest.
Quick Itinerary of the Sandoval Lake to Tambopata:
- Day 1: Puerto Maldonado – Tambopata Sandoval Lake – Sandoval Lake Lodge or Maloka
- Day 2: Sandoval Lake Lodge or Maloka – Collpa de Palmeras – Tambopata Sandoval Lake
- Day 3: Sandoval Lake Lodge or Maloka – Tambopata Sandoval Lake – Puerto Maldonado