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Wasai Maldonado Lodge

Cozy accommodation surrounded by nature in the heart of the city, along the Madre de Dios River. It has air conditioning, hot water, pool, parking, internet, airport transfers and a travel agency that will allow you to optimize your time in the Amazon.

Wasai Tambopata Lodge

It is a destination in itself, surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes, close to the main attractions Alto Tambopata River. It is surrounded by exotic gardens hectares of forest owned by the private reserve Wasai. It has hiking trails, kayaks, circuits hanging bridges and zip lines.

Alto Tambopata Lodge

Superbly situated on the Bahuaja Sonene, just 25 minutes by boat to the big Macaw Clay Lick Chuncho, currently considered the world’s largest, and a few steps from the large mammals clay lick Malinowski. It has room service, observation tower, hammocks, grills, showers, trails and transportation.

EstaciĆ³n Venado

Perfect place to enjoy nature and exploration. Venado Lake adorns the trails, and is perfect for boating and various types of fishing. They are made ethnobotanical walk, archery and arrow, experiential tourism, and activities to appreciate the wildlife.


Officially created in 1990, the Tambopata - Candamo Reserved Zone is located east and south of Puerto Maldonado. It comprises 1.5 million hectares (3.5 millions acres) of the Madre de Dios and Puno regions...


It's located inside the Tambopata Candamo Nacional Reserve. Is an exceptional place to observe a wide diversity of wildlife, including, macaws, parrots, gazelles, common kingfisher, caimans, turtles and Giant Otters.


The big Macaw's clay lick is located in the Tambopata Candamo Nacional Park, on the left side of Tambopata River.
It is famous for its great wildlife spectacle, and considered as the biggest on the Peruvian Amazon, cause hundreds of parrots, macaws and parakeets meet there to feed them.

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