If you are an animal enthusiast, the Sandoval Lake tour excursion will take you on a boat ride as you float on the serene waters of the lake. You will get up close to all kinds of exotic creatures, such as monkeys, birds and sloths.
In its waters you can observe the world’s second largest freshwater fish, the paiche. Lake Sandoval is another place not to be missed. It is the best place to get in total contact with nature, where you can observe beautiful sunsets, fauna and flora without equal.
Macaw Clay Lick
In the mornings, this place is visited by beautiful macaws, parrots and parakeets. It is a clay lick resembling a miniature cliff made of clay and other minerals, which attracts numerous birds that nibble or lick it to consume its nutrients.
It is located in the Tambopata National Reserve and is known as the largest clay lick in the Peruvian Amazon. Tapirs, capybaras and squirrels can also appear in the treetops.
This is one of the most beautiful lakes in the Peruvian jungle. The colour of its waters is clear and it has an approximate depth of three meters. It is known for its aguajal, an ecosystem with abundant palm trees where macaws nest from November to February. One of the most common mammals is the sachavaca, who usually take baths in the lagoon.