Manu Biosphere Reserve is one of the few truly pristine regions of the tropic, it is perhaps the best area in the Cusco's Amazon Rainforest for watching wildlife. It located among the departments of Cusco and Madre de Dios. Before becoming an area protected by the Peruvian government, the Manu National Park was conserved due do its inaccessibility.
Manu National Park is one of largest protected areas on the planet whose mega biological biodiversity doesn't have an equivalent. Manu National Park covers about 1, 716,295 hectares, It located among the departments of Cusco and Madre de Dios. Manu Jungle harbors about 800 species of birds, more than 200 types of mammal, like the macaco, black maquisapa, otters, black lizard, otorongo, spectacled bear and nearly 100 species of unique plants, including giant orchids and trees that are 45 meters in height and 3 meters in diameter.
Arrive to Puerto Maldonado the capital of biodiversity in Perú. Pick up at the airport and travel into the city. We will take a boat from the port that will take us down the Madre de Dios River. We will travel a little more than one hour to the Mejía Lodge (basic accommodation) located close to Sandoval Lake.
Arrive to Puerto Maldonado the Capital of biodiversity of the Peru, Pick up at the airport and travel into the city. We will take a boat from the port that will take us down the Tambopata River. We will travel a little more than four hour to the Tambopata Wasai Lodge located close to Macaw Clay Lick. You will be placed in bungalows according to your reservation. At this point we will take a two hour hike through the jungle with a guide. We will see a great diversity of flora and fauna. In the night it is possible to see caimans and the great diversity of wildlife around the Sandoval Lake. We will return to the lodge, have dinner and lodging.
Manu Jungle Expeditions is located in southeastern Peru, is one of the largest parks in South America. It located among the departments of Cusco and Madre de Dios. Manu Jungle protects over 2 million hectares (4.5 million acres), The flora and fauna in this part of the country is extremely varied and around 800 species of birds have been recorded, as well as more than 200 mammals and 100 species of unique plants. In 1977 Manu Peru Jungle recognised by UNESCO as a natural heritage site. Seasons From November to April the climate is characterised by frequent rainfall.