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3-Day Amazon Jungle Tour at Refugio Amazonas in Puerto Maldonado
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This river flowing between Lake Titicaca and deep into the Amazon basin is an exciting mix of calm waters and class III and IV rapids for whitewater enthusiasts.
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1 Aug 2015
“2 weeks in Peru”
27 Jun 2014
“Jungle Book!!”

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Reviewed 1 August 2015

We flew from Cusco to Puerto Maldonado(southeastern Peru), rode in a boat 3 hours up river into the Tambopata National Reserve. Pleasant ride with frequent animal stops to view. At dusk, stopped for the night at Refugio Amazonas. Very nice jungle hotel, open without window...More

Thank rlalbers
Reviewed 27 June 2014

We came here as a cheaper alternative to Manu and were not disappointed. With any jungle you have to be prepared to see nothing but our guide (Guillermo from Wasai) took us to the best spots. We saw caimans, capybaras, tarantulas, macaws and more! Even...More

Thank Magnus L
Reviewed 26 November 2013

from the time we boarded the river boat in Puerto Maldonado and until we re-boarded the boat to come home it was truly a brilliant experience. The lodge made us feel so welcome and the tours of the surrounding nature reserve were just un-real.. This...More

Thank Monkeyboytango
Reviewed 23 April 2013

We had the trip of a lifetime with Rainforest Expeditions. We were impressed from day one, and were never disappointed. We chose the 5 day 4 night trip out to Tambopata Research Center. Sadly it was rainy in the mornings so we did not see...More

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