BIRDS PUERTO MALDONADO BIODIVERSITY OR BIRDS MADRE DE DIOS
- Madre de Dios Department
- Tambo leg Province
- Location 12 ° 36’0 ” S 69 ° 10’60 ” W / -12.6 , -69.18333
- Latitude 12 º 36 ‘
- Longitude 77 º 32 ‘
- Altitude 139 m
- Surface area Km2 85183 km ²
- Foundation July 10, 1902
- Population 92.024 approx. people
Birds Puerto Maldonado is located at the confluence of the Mother of God in times past was a place where natural resources such as rubber, timber and gold mined today is an area dedicated to ecotourism and extraction Chestnut city road to the airport is Japipi place where you can see a variety of butterfly 10 km from the city checking out sailing Tambopata river and walking through a path full navigation surrounded by an exotic place you come to Lake Sandoval towering trees like Mahogany Lupuna Palmeras from here one can see a variety of wildlife
LAKE VALENCIA IN BIRDS PUERTO MALDONADO:
Is it habitat of fish and other aquatic species. Puerto Maldonado capital of the department of Madre de Dios has been preserved natural air protect in this way has become the port of entry to a home setting where different eco systems on the planet
NATIONAL PARK BAHUAJA SONENE:
It is a virgin forest harboring some endangered species such as the endangered Giant Otter Anteater
BIRDS PUERTO MALDONADO THE PAMPAS DEL HEATH:
The only humid tropical savanna is found in Peru
THE NATIONAL TAMBOPATA IN PUERTO MALDONADO:
Reservation needed . ‘s A basin with lush vegetation with the highest species diversity of trees insects mammals birds and butterflies in the world
BIRDS PUERTO MALDONADO ACCESS ROUTES:
To get to Puerto Maldonado from Lima addresses road to Arequipa and Cusco is the journey of 2,180 km and lasts 51 hours you can also opt for a shorter route through Abancay Nazca and Cusco this tour is 1,621 km and lasts 49 hours if part of Cusco can be reached in just thirty hours to those who wish to come flying companies can take flights Lan Chile, Peru star , from Lima or Cusco regular in the first case the duration is 1 hr 39 min while from the imperial city, the time will be only 30 mini
BIRDS PUERTO MALDONADO CLIMATE:
Hot and humid with a high annual temperature is 26 C and minimum of 8 C the rainy season lasts from December to March
JAPIPI IN PUERTO MALDONADO:
‘s A butterfly farm and interpretive center of biodiversity. The variety of species will amaze visitors . It’s a good opportunity to see up close and beautiful multicolored beings. You can visit on the way to the airport. It is on Avenida Elmer Faucett mi 6
LAKE SANDOVAL IN PUERTO MALDONADO:
This lake will surprise you with its diversity of flora and fauna. There, you will appreciate the exotic vegetation that grows in the swampy area that surrounds it. It is inhabited by a variety of birds, such as macaws , parrots , toucans, and other animals, such as alligators and otters. In this lake you can fish , boating or just enjoy nature . To get , you must navigate downstream to the pier Sandoval . des
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BIRDS PUERTO MALDONADO IN LAKE VALENCIA:
This lake , 15 km long, includes in its waters to fish and turtles known as ” charapas ” . For its rich on fish , it is the ideal place for fishing . It is surrounded by trees like chestnut Lupuna and , so , here collecting the fruit is done . To get there , you need to embark on a four-hour trip down the river.
NATIONAL PARK BAHUAJA SONENE
Located between Madre de Dios and Puno. It was created in order to protect the flora and fauna of the area . No man’s presence in this protected area. Among the animals that live here are the maned wolf , giant anteater , giant otter, marsh deer .
Pampas del Heath . This place is part of Bahuaja Sonene National Park preserves the unique tropical savanna that exists in the country. Its forests are home to many birds , some endemic and endangered species like the maned wolf and the marsh deer . To get there, you have to sail from Puerto Maldonado Puerto Pardo and continue north during the Heath River to the center of Quebrada Juliaca.
MANU NATIONAL PARK:
Delm . Located between Cusco and Madre de Dios . This park is a paradise surrounded by lush forests and varied wildlife. It houses various ecosystems that can be found on the planet. There, you can find more than two thousand plant species , such as trees that reach 45 meters high : Lupuna and kills post . You can also see lots of birds , primates, cats , amphibians, fish and reptiles, among which there are species in danger of extinction such as the jaguar, the Andean deer , the spectacled bear and black lizard. The park is inhabited by thirty Quechua speakers and other Amazonian communities . To enter the park , you must first go to Cusco, where the office of the Regional Tourism in charge of authorizing visits , register and make the request . Then you can start from Cusco , road , until Shintuya to continue by boat for about six hours to reach the reserve . Another option is to take the aerial route in Cusco to Boca Manu and then navigate the Manu River for about four hours . There are several hostels in the buffer zone and visits should be made with the travel agents that are authorized to operate in this place
HOUSE MACHIGUENGA IN BIRDS PUERTO MALDONADO:
Among the Amazonian native communities that inhabit the Manu National Park , the Machiguenga community is located on the Cocha Salvador . This community offers visitors the chance to spend a few days with other local ethnic communities , organizing guided tours around the lakes Otorongo Salvador and visits. Making homemade musical instruments are also taught . The Machiguenga have double rooms and provide transportation and food . To reach you should contact a licensed travel agent .
IBERIA CITY IN BIRDS PUERTO MALDONADO:
It is a three-hour ride from Puerto Maldonado by the Transoceanic highway. Is located in the province of Tahumanu ( Iñapari ) , on the border with Brazil. Along the way, you can see beautiful natural landscapes. From Puerto Maldonado , you can get buses to get there and back
RIVER ADVENTURE TAMBOPATA:
Tambopata River offers one of the best experiences of boating in our Amazon region. You can navigate incredible rapids of class II and III. You can even get up to class IV. From the water, you can also appreciate the varied wildlife of the jungle, monkeys, anteaters, giant otters, alligators, birds and different types of butterflies.
COLORADO MACAW CLAY LICK
Was located in the National Reserve of Tambo leg . The lick is the meeting place of the macaws and is formed by the process of river erosion . During the morning, the macaws are concentrated in the lick to feed on the clay found in the ravine . It is a colorful spectacle that should be observed