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We spent a few days staying in a lodge next to the lake as part of our birding trip. As such, we went out in our own canoe very early in the morning when we had it to ourselves! We saw much less on our...More
We went to Lake Sandoval during an afternoon in August. It is a beautiful lake, definitely worth seeing. We were able to see some animals but not as many as we thought we would. This is completely normal because these are wild animals and some...More
They will take you by the boat so crowded with other tourist that not everyone will have life vest. You will notice other boats, altogether making so much noise that scares the animals. They will give you some poor dinner (mostly rice with one- really...More
If you really want to see the wild life in the Amazon, then this is the place you need to be, We book our tours online from "Tambopata Giant Otter Expeditions" because they were very reasonable. Our family of 4 saw some amazing wild life...More
We had our first excursion of our trip here and it was amazing. Teeming with wildlife and great opportunities for photos. Paddle power at its finest and there are times you can hear nothing but nature.
Make sure you take a hat as paddling around the lake can be uncomfortable without one. A paradise to drift around and search out the bird life and wildlife .
There are a couple of places to purchase cold drinks / ice cream etc. but...More
We stayed in the Tokon Home stand in lago Sandoval. It is basic. Generator light until 21:00, cold shower onlybut we've enjoyed every minute. If you want to wake up to the roar of the Howler monkey, see endless stars and eat good food made...More
Sandoval lake is part of the Tambopata national park. A wooden deck takes you on an easy walk to the canoes that will take you into the lake. The walk and the canoeing are good opportunities to see monkeys, birds, caimans, turtles and more fauna...More