Hotel Don Carlos Puerto Maldonado

Av Leon Velarde 1271, Puerto Maldonado, Peru | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Maldonado

Puno

A travel blog entry by robbiej

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After leaving puno for altitude again we hopped on another overnight bus but this one was the worst! It was a cheap bus and you truly get what you pay for. The seats were uncomfortable, the bus was rickety and the people on the bus were feral! At one point, one of the ladies behind us had a 1 year old that was quite sick so she lent him over the rail and he vomited into the isle behind us. Then left it! Discusting. We didn't think too much off puno when we got here. After ...

In the jungle, the mighty jungle…

A travel blog entry by kate_5

We flew this morning from Cusco to Puerto Maldonaldo and the jungle. We were met at the airport by our guides, who would take us to the jungle lodge. However before we could head to the boat and go upstream to the lodge, we had to head to the office and repack our bags and put stuff into duffle bags as we only needed clothes for one night and the following day. After organising our duffles and getting back in the mini bus, we made our way to the boat that would ...

In the Jungle

A travel blog entry by fionamary

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... jungle tour guide Leao.

We travelled along the Tambopata River into the rainforest for 2.5 hours to get to our Eco lodge and saw lots of animals and birds on our way. The first creature we saw was a capybara, the biggest rodent in the world casually eating some grass. We also saw (blue faced) capped herons, a pair of bright red and green macaws, lots of white birds called egrets. We saw a juvenile white/spectacled cayman (alligator) about 90cm ...

The amazon

A travel blog entry by leanneworth

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... which meant I could sleep a lot better! We went on a zip line through the jungle and on a canopy walk which actually was more scary to walk on than the zip wire! We did another night walk and this was showed lots of fireflies sparking away and some more creepy crawlies. All in all the jungle was awesome. I was pleased to leave to get some peaceful sleep but otherwise I can't believe how many wild animals we saw in such a short space of time. Just ...

Nurse Doolittle and the Stinky Chickens

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde

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Beard After 20 years of dreaming, Natasha Jones was ticking off another box, as we entered the Amazon Jungle for two days and nights surrounded by shrieking monkeys, tuneful parrots and creepy crawlies. Arriving in Puerto Maldonado (a town on the jungle's periphery with as many tuk-tuks as people) after a painful 12-hour bus journey from Cusco, we arranged our tour through our hostel. After a short night's sleep, a restless and excited Miss Jones ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Av Leon Velarde 1271, Puerto Maldonado, is near Jungle Nature Hikes, Amazon River boating, Inkaterra Ecological Reserve, and Butterfly Farm.
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