We took the trip to Lake Sandoval as part of our excursion from Inkaterra Concepcion. Our guide Alan was wonderful and we saw cayman, river otters, howler monkeys, macaws, parrots, herons, snake birds and turtles. The hike from the boat to the lake was not too bad and the canoe ride on the lake was beautiful and peaceful. Overall this... 更多
We saw many river otters fishing, eating their fish, and frolicking in the lake squeaking where they swam.. The lake is peaceful to row on. We also saw monkeys, and many different colorful birds, as well as alligators and turtles. There is an observation that was not very steady that affords an overlook over the lake and reserve.
As we have not been to Manu or Iquitos we cannot compare to other jungle locations in Peru. What I can say is that we really enjoyed our jungle expreince. We traveled to Heath River (in Bolivia/Peru border) and to Lago Sandoval with an organized (and quite pricy) 6day/5night tour with InkaNatura. We were very satisfied with the service, the... 更多
We took a long walk through the woods from the river to the lake and saw lots of interesting animals along the way including monkeys, various birds, cutter ants, spiders, and more. On the lake we saw a family of otters (evidently a bit rare to see), caiman, storks, ibis, and herons.
We visited from Inkaterra Reserva by boat followed by a long hike through the jungle - hot and humid but a relatively easy walk We then boarded a dug-out canoe and went out onto the lake - loads of wildlife - birds, otters, caiman, piranha etc
Our guide was Juan Jose (email address: firstname.lastname@example.org), he was very professional, knowledgeable about the Jungle, patient, and had a great English. During the tour we fed a family of monkeys with bananas, saw many Kaimas (small corcodiles), butterflies, otters, tutles, special jungle plants, and more. It was an extraordinary experience that we will never forget. The accomodation was in... 更多
Gorgeous place, with so much to see: kaaiman, monkeys, wide range of birds (hoatzin birds, kingfisher, green ibis, cormorants, macaw, different types of heron), bats, butterflies, spider (tarantula's), turtles, rays,... There are also supposed to be some river otter, however we didn't spot any
We reached the lake after a 3 km rainforest hike through muddy paths. Make sure you’re physically fit to go through this. This was part of our 3-day jungle package at Corto Maltes Lodge. After the 3 km hike, you have to take a rowing boat until the lake. Once you get there, you see that the physical effort was... 更多
We went to lake sandoval as part of our 3 day jungle stay at puerto maldonaldo via viator. getting to the lake is the most difficult part, walk 3-4 miles through heavy mud, paddle in an old boat in 90+F & 100% humidity weather. But once you get to the lake the view is amazing and the wild life of... 更多