Tambopata National Reserve 4 Days / 3 Nights

USD $250

Each of our programs in the “Tambopata” Reserve begin in the city of “Puerto Maldonado”. Commercial flights from “Lima”, “Juliaca”, or “Cusco” can take you to Puerto Maldonado. The flying time is around one hour. If you prefer a more cheap mode of transportation, busses from Cusco are also an option. These depart at night, beginning at 8 p.m., and last around 10 hours. You may find high-quality firms that offer comfy seats with 180-degree reclining capabilities.



When you arrive at Puerto Maldonado Airport, Peru’s Biodiversity Capital, our guide will greet you. Once you’ve boarded the cab or minibus, we’ll head to the “Monte Amazonico Lodge Office.”
Once reaching the Monte Amazonico Lodge office, you may take part in the tour explanation sessions. Once you have completed the explanation sessions,. Our boart service will transport you to your lodging, and once there, the lodge team will offer you with Peruvian natural fruit juice. You can sneak your welcome juice while enjoying the surroundings of the lodge .

After settling into the lodge, you can enjoy the Peruvian local lunch dish. Following the delicious lunch, we will visit “Monkey Island,” located in front of our lodge across the “Madre de Dios River,” where there are different species of monkeys such as brown capuchin, “squirrel monkey,” “saddle back tamarin,” and “white capuchin.” After the activity, we will return to the lodge.

We go looking for “caiman” at night, and they are usually found along the banks of the “Madre de Dios River.” This time, we will need to carry a flashlight. If we are lucky, we may witness the “capybara,” the world’s largest rodent that may weigh 60 kilograms, as well as the stunning “Peruvian cuy” family; return to the lodge for supper and the night.

Note – Capybaras are not considered threatened species; their population is steady over the most of their South American habitat, however hunting has reduced their numbers in some locations.


Starting with day 2, the lodge crewe will serve coca tea or coffee, and after the coffee, you may have the breakfast while enjoying the Peruvian wildlife early scenery and sunrise.
Following a hearty breakfast, we will take a short boat ride to the entry of Lake Sandoval. After checking in at the checkpoint, we will walk 3 kilometers (2 miles) to Lake Sandoval (piranha habitat), one of the largest in the Tambopata National Reserve. After a pleasant walk, the guide will get a rowing boat and we will have our navigation on the lake to appreciate many different bird and monkey species (Hoatzin cormorant Jacanas, puma heron, eagles, howler monkey, Maybe we are going to interact with the family of enormous river otters (almost two meters long), which are in danger of extinction, and the largest alligator documented over four meters long.

We’ll returning to the resort about noon for a typical lunch.

Following a delicious lunch, we will stroll through the canopy stroll-Way to see the rainforest from a different viewpoint. The bridges, which are about 30 meters high, offer a panoramic view of the “Rio Madre de Dios”. Platforms allow you to watch various bird species such as toucans and macaws.
At the late afternoon, we will have a night stroll to see the variety of insects, amphibians, reptiles, and other nocturnal species.

Following this brief stroll, we will return to the lodge for dinner, and you will be prepared to sleep while recalling your Peruvian wildlife adventure.


After an early and tasty breakfast, we begin our jungle stroll. The canopy walkway will allow us to observe the rainforest from a fresh perspective. The bridges, which are roughly 30 meters high, will allow us to appreciate nature from a higher altitude while also providing a panoramic perspective of the Rio Madre de Dios. You may see several bird species from platforms, including toucans, macaws, tanagers, orioles, and more. This will be a fantastic experience. After breakfast, we prepare for an adrenaline-pumping exercise on trees that are over 30 meters tall.
We will do the zip-line, and there will be an instructor guide who will give a talk about how to use the safety harness during the zip-line activity. Feeling the rush of gliding through the trees, the experience will last a lifetime, and there are two cables that can support more than three tons, back to the Lodge.- Lunch and relaxation.
The afternoon objective is to kayak across the Madre de Dios River, taking in the breathtaking sunset along the way. Then we may go artisanal fishing in the Madre de Dios River; with a little patience, we can observe certain fish species like catfish.


Early with the final day, we will provide a delicious breakfast and then bring you to the airport or bus station.



  • Explore the unique flora and animals, as well as the alpacas and llamas that surround you.
  • Trek across some of the most magnificent Andean landscapes.
  • Enjoy the view of Cusco’s tallest mountain and watch the snow-capped mountain.
  • Trek to one of the world’s most unusual places.

What’s Included?

Permits & Entrance Tickets

  • Land and River Transport
  • Entrance to the Tambopata National Reserve

Experienced Guides

  • Our trips are guided by certified bilingual (English and Spanish) tourism guides. All guides working with SAP are Peruvian government-licensed and have graduated from recognized Peruvian colleges or tourist schools. This guarantees that you receive informed and expert advice throughout your trip.

Medical Kit

  • SAP guides have specific training in first aid and CPR. They also carry a first aid package for situations including altitude sickness, travelers’ diarrhea, and scrapes. In addition, if required, we will promptly evacuate you off the path and transport you to a clinic for treatment.

24/7 Customer Service

  • Our WhatsApp and local phone services are accessible 24 hours a day.
  • In any emergency, our guides can reach us via satellite phone.


  • Lodge.


  • 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinnerss
  • A welcome drink prepared with Peruvian fresh, local, and native fruits.
  • Wake up tea or coca tea


  • Day 1: You will be picked up from Airport and taken by private vehicle to Accommodation.
  • Day 4: After the adventure, we’ll drive you back to the airport or bus stop.

What NOT Included?

  • Alcoholic beverages RECOMMENDATIONS:
  • Rain Poncho
  • Repellent, blocker
  • Water bottle, flashlight
  • Hiking Clothes
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips for our staff

What’to Pack?

  • Passport & water proof cover for passport
  • Extra money in soles
  • Personal medications
  • Water bottle or camel back
  • Sunscrean
  • Insect Repellents
  • Personal Care Products


  • Hiking Boots
  • Light Footwear
  • Trekking Socks
  • Trekking Pants
  • Short
  • Long sleeve T-Shirts
  • Warm Jacket
  • Raincoat or Rain Poncho
  • Sun hat
  • Neck Gaiter or Buff


  • Trekking Poles
  • Backpack   (15 – 25 L)
  • Camera and chargers
  • Power Bank
  • Snacks
  • Towel
  • Fashlight
  • Swmming kit

Price for Economical journey (2 days/1 night)

Price per person:

$250 USD

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu?

The “Inca Jungle” Trek to “Machu Picchu” is an alternate route to the “classic Inca Trail” that includes walking, mountain biking, and extra activities such as ziplining and rafting. It is a four-day trip that begins in “Cusco” and concludes in “Machu Picchu”.

Not really, the activities and the difficulty do not require overexertion. They can be done normally. Of course, having a normal physical conditio is enough for Inca Jungle.

Actually not , but Being an adventure tour, all the activities that take place are moderated and supervised.

  • The highest peak in the “Inca Jungle” is “Abra Malha” (4,316 meters).
  • Do not panic; participants will spend time at lower altitudes along the hike.

No permissions are necessary for the “Inca Jungle” Trek

The Inca Jungle trek is one of our easier treks, organized by SAP adventures , There are always options to make things easier for yourself during the tour. . The difficulty rating for this trek is Easy – Moderate.

You can  visit our official website, SAP Adventures. Alternatively, you can visit our office in “Cusco.” We’re also available on WhatsAppTripAdvisor, and by email.

SAP adventures we offer The Inca Jungle tour costs approximately 300 –  350 US dollars affordable price range

It is necessary to bring the following items:

  • Hat for the sun.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Raincoat.
  • Trekking shoes.
  • Comfortable cotton clothing for different activities.
  • Swimsuit.
  • Towels.
  • Toilet paper.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Cash.
  • Photographic camera.

Yes, you just have to request for private tours in Inca Jungle.

Of Course ! During your Trek your main luggage can be stored at our office  or your Hotel , both opctions are free of charge .

Note – you can organized with us on the breafing day or by Whatsapp ,Email a day before .

Our Testimonials

hailee w
hailee w
Incredible! I had an amazing time on this trek! The guide was amazing, the views were great. It was a once in a lifetime experience. I would 100% recommend
An unique and unforgettable experience It was an unforgettable trip. Our guide Amaru was an excellent leader and we loved all the activities. The Inca jungle trek is not easy, you have to be quite strong to do it. That said, it is an incredible experience so everyone should try it.
Sølve K
Sølve K
The best way to visit Machu Picchu It was the best tour company we have ever used. Our guide, Amaru/Guillermo, is a very kind and wise person. The activities were fun and definitely something that gave you an adrenaline rush! Very comfortable accommodations and meals as well. For us it was the best way to get to Machu Picchu! Thank you very much😊
Kasper L
Kasper L
Awesome time doing Inca Jungle The Inca Jungle trek was a fantastic experience, everything from the activities to food/accomodation was on point. Our guide Guillermo was brilliant too, he provided us with great stories and information and is a charismatic and cheerful person!
Jameson G
Jameson G
Sap Adventure- Jungle Trek Johan was the best tour guide, was very funny and insightful. Johan was extremely accommodating and patient on our travels. He educated us about the local farms, Inca history, and many more interesting facts. Would highly recommend booking with Sap Adventures for a small tour experience and asking for Johan as your tour guide.
Danielle B
Danielle B
Don’t miss this tour! The whole trip was fantastic and so much fun! Our guide Johans was so lovely and accommodating. I couldn’t recommend this tour enough and ask for Johans 😂
4 day Inka trail trek My friend and I did the 4 day Inka trek trail which included river rafting. The team were so friendly and funny. We felt safe and prepped with safety instructions. The views were incredible as we went down the river. Highly recommend!
It was 100% worth it! The Inca Jungle Trek in Peru was a truly adventurous and varied experience. Our guide, Amaru, was exceptionally friendly and has deep knowledge about his country. The views throughout the trek were spectacular. I would definitely do it again :)
Excellent Amaru was fantastic, very helpful and knowledgeable. They make sure you are comfortable and help every step of the way!
Dani F
Dani F
Unforgettable trip. A unique experience surrounded by nature and enjoyment. 10/10 The Inka jungle was incredible. A wonderful experience that will be unforgettable. Our guide Guille is a genius!! He told us a lot about Inka history, during the trek we tried different fruits along the way and he taught us about them, fried animal plants. I highly recommend. The entire activity was phenomenal. Mountain bikes with beautiful views, rafting, trekking and finally Machu Pichu. We hope to return to Peru soon, it has been an unforgettable experience and trip.

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