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Puerto Maldonado is the capital of the Department of Madre de Dios, the city is quiet but it is one of the main commercial centers of the Peruvian Amazon

Officially it is denominated of Capital of the Biodiversity of Peru in merit to important registries of flora and fauna found in the forests of the department.

The native population of Madre de Dios is still relevant in this city the many ethnic groups are distributed to the banks of the rivers Tambo Pata and Madre de Dios.

The name of Puerto Maldonado is a tribute to the brave Peruvian explorer Faustino Maldonado, who toured the waters of the Madre de Dios River and recorded his name on the trunk of a huge tree at the confluence of the Madre de Dios and Tambopata rivers.

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There are many places to visit and it is a great experience. Here some proposals if you are passing through the city, the Billinghurst Biodiversity Monument, the Mariposario, Lake Sandoval (all the TamboPata reserve) unique in Bio diversity in addition to the Manu Biodiversity reserve make this department unique and special in the world.

[mkdf_section_title title=”Good to Know” title_color=”” title_text_transform=”” title_text_align=”” margin_bottom=”” title_size=”small”][mkdf_info_items][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Location:” description=”located on the banks of the confluence of the Madre de Dios River and the Tambopata River. Population: of 274 494 inhabitants by the year 2015.”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Time zone: ” description=”GMT-5″][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Electricity: ” description=”220 V AC, 60 Hz.”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Visas: ” description=”The most open country in the world, only travelers from India need a visa to enter Peru. (they only need to have the valid passport).”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Climate: ” description=”The climate of Puerto Maldonado is tropical humid with high temperatures throughout the year but especially August and September, to this is added the thermal sensation that in some occasions rubs near 50 ° C. In most of the months of the year in Puerto Maldonado there are important rainfall especially abundant from October to April.”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”When to travel to Puerto Maldonado? ” description=”You can visit at any time of the year. But highly recommended from March to November”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Hotels in Puerto Maldonado:” description=”Booking.com”][/mkdf_info_item][mkdf_info_item dest_title=”Fun centers in Lima:” description=”near the Plaza de armas you will find bars with bohemian air where you can talk and have fun with ease. It is also recommended La Balsa. A restaurant next to the Tambopata River.”][/mkdf_info_item][/mkdf_info_items]