We have used Monte Carlo simulation to study the magnetocaloric effect on SmFe1-xMnxO3 perovskite. The temperature-dependent magnetization shows that the Néel temperature of the weak-ferromagnetic SmFeO3 decreases as Fe ions are substituted by Mn ions. A paramagnetic-to-weak-antiferromagnetic transition with decreasing the temperature is observed and the corresponding Néel temperature essentially decreases as the Mn content increases. The magnetocaloric effect shows two peaks related to magnetic behavior changes, at paramagnetic-like behavior TK(K) and at Néel temperature TN(K) of SmFe1-xMnxO3. The second phase transition is established. The magnetic entropy change is given for a several magnetic fields. We have also determined the relative cooling power for dilution x = 0.5 and for a several external magnetic fields. Finally, the magnetic hysteresis cycles have been obtained with different dilutions x and temperatures values.