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Jungle Nature Hikes

#5 of 22 things to do in Puerto Maldonado Features Animals
Peruvian rainforest, Puerto Maldonado, Peru
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Lake Sandoval

Great experience of many jungle creatures. The walk is a bit long but it is somewhat isolated and... read more

Reviewed 1 October 2016
Halifax, Canada
Amazon rainforest

Absolutely fantastic! Unbelievable going up the Amazon for three hours and arriving at the lodge... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2016
Jeff R
Captain Cook, Hawaii
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Peruvian rainforest, Puerto Maldonado, Peru
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Reviewed 1 October 2016

Great experience of many jungle creatures. The walk is a bit long but it is somewhat isolated and no vehicles are permitted into the park.

Thank grantw644
Reviewed 16 June 2016

Absolutely fantastic! Unbelievable going up the Amazon for three hours and arriving at the lodge after dark and not believing such a wonderful site. Our guide for three days was Paul and was great. I'm going to take my grandsons there next year.

2  Thank Jeff R
Reviewed 27 May 2016

well, it's the amazonian jungle. it's great. can see lot's of animals, of course it's up to them.. but birds, insects, sloths, monkeys are easy to see, and you can be lucky with pumas or yaguars, caimans, snakes.. there are some amazing threes also, and...More

1  Thank ypigatto
Reviewed 3 February 2016

The jungle is beautiful to walk in and there are plenty of flying monkeys, exotic birds and wild boars to see. The lesson of the jungle is to stay alert to all sorts of sounds, since there are dangers like snakes and other inhospitable creatures....More

3  Thank ahendren
Reviewed 5 August 2015

You need to attention to rainy season versus wet season, All tour operators provide wellington boots but slugging through knee deep boots can be tiresome.

1  Thank John S
Reviewed 19 July 2015

More than amazing and more than my expectations of how much wildlife would be seen, I couldnt have imagined a better experience.

3  Thank Karen G
Reviewed 10 July 2015

As we were in a rain forest there was mud everywhere. Boots were supplied, which was great as you will need them. Climbed the canopy tower to see the top of the jungle as well as the bottom!!

Thank Lee D
Reviewed 9 July 2015

Lovely scenes. Plenty of fauna and flora. Muddy walk made our exploration a bit difficult. Good guide - knowledgable in all aspects of the jungle and good English

Thank Parameswaraiyer A
Reviewed 7 July 2015

the night walk was very enlightening ! we saw big spiders, tarantulas,fireflies, frogs,lizards,a sloth. the walk is not thru a zoo but to observe the nature at its best.it was trying to find "the creatures of the night"which was very interestg! the inkaterra canopy walk...More

2  Thank bindusamir
Reviewed 4 July 2015

My favorite jungle hikes were at night. We all had flash light so we were able to see a lot of creatures like giant tarantulas, and baby ones too, giant snails, huge unidentifiable insects with and without wings. The freaks come out at night. Wear...More

Thank JenineRN
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Cameron B
14 January 2015|
Response from TucsonJoanne | Reviewed this property |
if you are talking about our stay at the all inclusive lodge, we were there for 3 nites and I do NOT remember the cost. It was part of a 2 wks. trip to Peru that Kuoda put together for us.