Green Jungle Tours


Take a break in the heart of the jungle, what better place than the Tambopata National Reserve with one of its main natural attractions the “Sandoval Lake” surrounded by exuberant flora and fauna.

  • TOUR SCHEDULE: Sandoval Lake 2D & 1N
  • TRANSPORTATION: By car and boat.
  • ACTIVITIES: Bird watching, hiking, paddle boat ride, botanical walk, palm lick, caimaneo (caimaneo), night walk.
  • CLOTHING RECOMMENDATION: Do not wear black clothing, it attracts mosquitoes, wear light clothing and neutral colors to nature (green, beige, brown, gray.), insect repellent and sunscreen are essential in the jungle.
  • WHAT YOU SHOULD BRING: Flashlights with extra batteries, rain poncho, sunglasses, swimwear, hats or caps, medium size backpack, cameras, binoculars, sandals, extra money and water bottle.

DAY 1:
Reception to our traveler at the airport or bus station and transfer to our Green Jungle Tours office for registration. Then we will transfer to our pier where we will take our boat to go to the hotel (40 minutes trip), as a welcome to the hotel you will have a refreshing juice made with fruits of the region, at the same time you will be informed of the policies of our hotel by the guide, then we will settle in our rooms provided.

After a pleasant rest we will visit the monkey island located in the middle of the Madre de Dios River a couple of minutes from our hotel, there you can see different species of monkeys even a hybrid species, hopefully we can also observe sloths and turtles, we return to the hotel for lunch.

After a delicious lunch and a small siesta, we will have a two-hour hike in the dense tropical forest, guided by an expert local guide, who will take us through our trails and we can see a variety of medicinal plants and trees that can be more than six hundred years old, On our trails you will always have the opportunity to see wildlife such as monkeys, parrots, macaws, squirrels, reptiles, insects, frogs, arachnids, among others, feel the pure energy of the mother jungle living magical moments inside the Tambopata National Reserve.

At night we take our boat to go in search of nocturnal animals that are always on the banks of the Madre de Dios River, we have the opportunity to see alligators of different sizes, owls, nightjars and hopefully the world’s largest rodent capybaras, we return for dinner.

Sunrise and sunset are the best times to see wildlife. We chose to leave at dawn. We headed to Sandoval Lake in our boat, located inside the Tambopata National Reserve. Sandoval Lake’s biodiversity is stunning. To get there, we walked nearly 3 km (1.8 miles) on a wooden path.

The walk always reveals rich fauna. At its end, there’s a small dock. Here, we took a rowboat for our lake tour. On this trip, we saw black caimans, giant otters, herons, turtles, monkeys, macaws, wild ducks, and more. We returned to the lodge for lunch before noon.

In the afternoon, we visited a Matsigenka native family. We interacted and learned about their culture. They taught us archery, spinning, and weaving cotton for their Cushma clothing. We also learned to make ropes from plant bark. They showed us how to create fire using only nature. As sunset approached, we returned to the city by boat.


  • Entrance tickets to the Tambopata National Reserve.
  • Bilingual guide.
  • Fluvial and terrestrial transportation.
  • Lodging.
  • Meals.
  • Pick up from the airport or bus station.


  • Tips
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Rubber boots
  • Snacks

Before making a reservation please check availability by sending us an email to or WhatsApp +51953728288 – +51987844844.

It is very important for us to know in detail the special requirements that you as our traveler have to move all the necessary logistics to be before your stay with us in this way we will provide a high quality service.

Any reservation is subject to prior payment, in order to ensure the logistics. The prices are made for individual travelers, all tour packages are made for 2 or more people.

GREEN JUNGLE TOURS is not responsible for any payment without reservation availability or confirmation of availability.