Puerto Maldonado (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈpweɾto maldoˈnaðo]) is a city in southeastern Peru in the Amazon rainforest 55 kilometres (34 mi) west of the Bolivian border; located at the confluence of the Tambopata and Madre de Dios rivers, the latter of which joins the Madeira River as a tributary of the Amazon. It is the capital of the Madre de Dios Region.
Restaurants in Puerto Maldonado
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Real Nature Tours within the Tambopata National Reserve, with a team of high end professionals with over 15 years experience, our tours are highly focused in Nature and Wildlife, with responsibility, safety and comfort, inside the Tambopata National Reserve, the best wildlife-packed areas in the region, and the only tour operator able to put all the highlights of Tambopata in a single trip "the All in One Tour", full river journey to 3 lakes and the chuncho Macaws clay lick .
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We are TAMBOPATA GIANT OTTER EXPEDITIONS a recognized Tourism enterprise located in Madre de Dios ,Puerto Maldonado - peru. Our lodge is located strategically inside of the Tambopata National Reserve. Come to get out of the routine and spend your next holiday knowing one of the most beautiful places of the peruvian jungle. Our mission is to make reality the illusion of travel of our clients, exceeding their expectations through the full satisfaction of their needs is to offer quality and security, satisfying the needs of our customers. Our vision is to reach to position ourselves as one of the companies that provides the best tourist services of innovation based on the warmth, efficiency, professionalism This will generate the continuing improvement of our company and provide our customers with a rigorous overcoming their expectations. Our staff guides are group of environmentalists who are also known as interpreters guides of the nature.
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The Tambopata Butterfly Farm (Mariposario Tambopata) is the first and biggest butterfly exhibition in Peru. Located only 2 min from Puerto Maldonado International Airport. In the Tambopata Butterfly Farm you will stroll around hundreds of amazing amazonian butterflies. The Tambopata Butterfly Farm is a great place to wait for your flight.
By far the best "butterfly house"! ALL native butterflies, no imports. Owner, Augusto, was very knowledgeable. We are amateur lepidopterists, and as such are much more interested in local species, so this was a wonderful find. We spent about 3 hours there, which is more than the usual visitor would spend. Native plants and local butterflies make this a very unique butterfly house. For anyone who wants to see local species in their native habitat, without tromping through the jungle, this is definitely a must stop! It's only a few minutes from the airport, and has a very nice cafe, with a small gift shop offering locally made items.
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This island is for rescued monkeys. We had a wonderful guide named Charlie from the Greenhouse Tambopata Hostel we stayed at he took us here and told us all about the different kinds of monkeys as well as how Monkey Island became a sanctuary for the rescued creatures.
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