Birds of Peru Amazon

Birds of Peru Amazonico shows the richness of the Alto Mayo, mist forest located in the high jungle of northern Peru, home to diverse wildlife and endemic species, contributing significantly to the country megabiodiversity way. Trips to the rainforest is an invitation to appreciate the richness of the Amazons, objective experience with great art and reach the authors. In the Peruvian Cooperation – German bet on the rational use of the forest; committed to the population, educated and organized properly is able to generate profits without depleting natural resources. Ecotourism is one such alternative that works when the people involved discover their potential to generate economic resources jungle trips. Tourism is a clean industry generating foreign exchange from minimal investments and after mining the item that produces higher foreign exchange earnings for Peru. the projection of this publication goes beyond the Alto Mayo, is part of the Peruvian circuit northeastern Amazon, comprising of Lambayeque to Iquitos, to Chachapoyas, Rioja, Moyobamba, Tarapoto, Yurimaguas, Reserve manu national park reserve tambopata the reserve sandoval lake lodge. This should be a joint effort of the public sector, civil society and international cooperation to provide diverse, innovative packages and thus join efforts for sustainable development with trips to the jungle


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Jungle Adventure Manu Jungle Trips

We are a company of conservationist personality adventure travel manu jungle. Manu Jungle trips is pleased sunset conscience of humanity on the need to preserve our planet and therefore has seen fit to venture into the field of ecotourism trips to the jungle, giving a small contribution to humanity, teaching by direct contact with our visitors with nature, the meaning of love and preservation of the world that we have an obligation to care for our future generations to travel to the jungle.

In the case of Peru, as is being in other countries, the importance of ecotourism as an alternative for sustainable development in the Peruvian jungle, has been prioritized in the development of the National Strategy for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity in the Peruvian jungle. Our country is among the 10 nations of the planet and various Mega has recognized natural resources that can enable the development of an industry of ECOTURISMO SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL TO THE JUNGLE.

Our experience of 10 years puts us at the forefront as a leader in the last eight years in the management of nature tourism that enters the Zone
Manu reserved as reserve manu national park lodge Tambopata Reserve, Reserve Sandoval Lake lodge.

We care about the safety of our passengers traveling to the jungle, is why we have with the proper equipment and safety measures that our tourists need to enjoy a trip of nature and adventure complemented with pleasure and relaxation that they seek in our Peruvian rainforest.

Do not miss out on this opportunity to Manu Jungle Trips gives you to understand and yet still enjoy these pristine landscapes of cloud, rain forests and with subtropical jungle trips.


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Ayahuasca in the Amazon Rainforest of Peru Rainforest

The present study aims to explore the conceptions of health in a group of shamans from the Peruvian jungle. The participants were two women and eight men from the cities of Pucallpa, Tarapoto and Iquitos. We worked from the qualitative methodology and we conducted interviews in order to collect and analyze the information. We found that their conception of health includes the following dimensions: spiritual, emotional, corporal, mental and relationships. The spirituality stands out as a transversal element that goes within the understanding and the practical experience of the shamans in the health field. In addition, the body enhances as the main object of intervention. This multidimensional point of view expresses the integral conception that the shamans have about health, and that includes all dimensions of the human being.

Keywords: health, shamans, spirituality.

The observation of indigenous societies in the Amazonia give us a firm basis to make precisions about the anthropology of tourism, understood as a guided, organized and anchored glance at exotic representation and cultural consumption.

KEY WORDS: Cultural tourism, Ecotourism, Exoticism, Representation, Peruvian Amazon jungle, Shipibos.


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Tours Amazon Center

Amazon Tours Center  Mountainous, from deep canyons and moist low-level, to the high puna grasslands bordering the 4000 meters, with a variety of climates allows the presence of ten areas of life. This partly explains its high Biodiversity and extraordinary natural beauty.  The protagonist of this landscape and main attraction, which has attracted man since ancient times, is the lay of Mainique, a short, narrow canyon that pierced the Urubamba River in the mountain range, pushing towards the Amazon plain.  This special landform, is sacred to ethnicity machi- Guenga that reveres him as the birthplace of their culture, inhabited Tasorinchi, his deity. Door between the Andes and the Amazon, and in addition, the threshold crossing souls on their journey to the afterlife. The truth is that cross it, contemplating the many waterfalls that plunge directly into the river, as if a mysterious force had suddenly disturbed his quiet, natural course, is something that can not be done without a lot of respect in this center tours Amzon
In the vicinity of the sanctuary there are many people, both as settlers Ande Machiguenga especially the south-and inside, in the high Timpía, some indigenous peoples in voluntary isolation, as Nanty / Kugapakori amazon and other tour center.


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Macaw Clay Lick Tambopata Peru

Tambopata Macaw Lick Peru: Tambopata National Reserve (RNTAMB) was created 5 September 2000 by Supreme Decree No. 048-2000- AG; It is located south of the Madre de Dios River in Tambopata and Inambari districts of the province of Tambopata in Madre de Dios region and has an area of 278,284 hectares.

Conservation objectives of the macaw clay lick:

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  • Protection of flora, fauna and ecological processes of a sample of the southern Amazon jungle of Peru.
  • Generate conservation processes with the population in the area of the reserve, in order to sustainably use resources such as chestnut trees and the landscape for recreation.
  • Contribute to sustainable development of the region and the country, from knowledge of biodiversity and management of the various renewable natural resources

Diversity of flora and fauna in Tambopata Peru:

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It is one of the places of greatest diversity of wildlife in the world in the jungle, offers healthy habitats for species that are endangered. There have been 169 species of mammals, 103 amphibians, 205 fish and a record 1,200 species of butterflies. Also, there have been 632 species of birds. In RNTAMB will be appreciated diversity of fauna and among the most representative are: species of macaws (macaw lick) including endemic blue green head (Ara couloni), harpy eagle (Harpia harpija); variety of primates as the emperor tamarin (Saguinus imperator), the howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus); cats like the jaguar (Panthera onca), other mammals such as tapir (Tapirus terrestris), peccary (Tayassu peccary). Is also the singular Rio Lobo (pteronura brasiliensis), the largest of all species of otters. Also we have identified 17 vegetation associations by type of forest with a record of 1255 species of plants in the forest.

Observe the following in the macaw clay lick Tambopata Peru:

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  • Register your entry and exit in each Stall Control and Surveillance on their trips to the jungle.
  • The Ranger is the authority within the Protected Area responsible for monitoring compliance with the rules.Respect their signs on their trips to the jungle!
  • Placing the waste generated in the authorized or removed outside the protected forest within the natural area sites.
  • Minimum Distance Fauna Observation: 20 meters.
  • Rio Lobo Groups: No closer than 50 m, no follow not block your access to the lake, burrows or broken.
  • Do not hunt or fish in the Peruvian jungle.
  • No bathing or washing clothes in rivers of the jungle.
  • Payment for right of entry and authorization to visit the attractions of the RNTAMB is required.
  • The local population of the area of influence of the RNTAMB can visit the attractions for free (requesting prior authorization), the last Sunday of each month.

Sandoval Lake

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Sandoval Lake is one of the main attractions of the Tambopata National Reserve. It is also attractive receiving major tourist because of its scenic beauty and its proximity to the city of Puerto Maldonado (45 min by boat on the Madre de Dios). It is accessed by a path of about 02 km to a pier where visitors addressed rowing boats to enter by a small river into the lake. During the visit you can see different species of wildlife such as monkeys, macaw lick, parrots, alligators, otters, different species of birds and the impressive diversity of flora that this has this protected natural area.

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Peru’s Manu National Park sets new biodiversity record Ccocha Cashu .

Peru’s treasured Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone )  is the world’s top biodiversity hotspot for reptiles and amphibians, according to a new survey published last month by biologists from the University of California, Berkeley, Southern Illinois University in Carbondale (SIU-Carbondale) and Illinois Wesleyan University. The Manu National  Park (Manu Reserve zone ) , which encompasses lowland Amazonian rain forest Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) , high-altitude cloud forest and Andean grassland east of Cuzco Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) , is well known for its huge variety of bird life, which attracts ecotourists from around the globe. More than 1,000 species of birds, about 10 percent of the world’s bird species; more than 1,200 species of butterflies; and now 287 reptiles and amphibians have been recorded in the Manu National park (Manu Reserve zone ) . Postdoc Rudolf von May discusses the reptile and amphibian biodiversity in Peru’s Manu National Park. Video by Phil Ebiner and Roxanne Makasdjian. Photos and video footage by Alessandro Catenazzi, SIU-Carbondale, and Rudolf von May, UC Berkeley. For reptiles and amphibians, Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) and its buffer zone (Manu Reserve zone ) now stands out as the most diverse protected area anywhere,” said study coauthor Rudolf von May, a postdoctoral researcher in  Berkeley’s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology. Despite the Manu National  (Manu Reserve zone ) park’s abundant and diverse animal life in this Amazon Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) , von May said, not all is well in the preserve. The devastating chytrid fungus has caused a decline in the number of frogs there, as it has elsewhere around the world, while deforestation for subsistence living, gold mining and oil and gas drilling are encroaching on the buffer zones around the Manu National park (Manu Reserve zone ) .  Ccocha Cashu All of this is threatening the biodiversity in the Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) and the native peoples who live in settlements in the park,” von May said. At least four Amazonian Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) tribes and a nomadic group of hunter-gatherers known as Mashco-Piro live within the confines of Manu National Park(Manu Reserve zone )  and its buffer zone.Von May, a native of Manu National Park Peru (Manu Reserve zone ) , and coauthor Alessandro Catenazzi, an assistant professor of zoology at Carbondale, have spent more than 15 years each scouring the Manu National Park  park and its surrounding areas for frogs, toads, salamanders and caecilians – all amphibians – as well as for reptiles such as snakes, lizards, turtles and caimans. The field work in the park and its buffer zone Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) , augmented by other, more limited surveys published previously, allowed the team to compile a list of 155 amphibian and 132 reptile species, including a handful of species new to science. Taxonomist and coauthor Edgar Lehr, assistant professor of biology at Illinois Wesleyan University, collaborates frequently with von May and Catenazzi on frog taxonomy and studies of amphibian declines and conservation in Manu National Park .

Record-breaking biodiversity to Manu National Park .

The researchers listed the 287 species of reptiles and amphibians in the most recent issue of the journal Biota Neotropica Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone )  . The previous record for the most diverse protected area for reptiles and amphibians was in Yasuní National Park in Ecuador, which hosts 150 amphibian and 121 reptile species, according to a 2010 study. There is no place like Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone )  where we can preserve such an exceptionally large amount of biodiversity in this Reserve Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) , as well as the evolutionary processes that contribute to maintain and promote biodiversity” Manu National Park , said Catenazzi, a former postdoctoral researcher in UC Berkeley’s Department of Integrative Biology. “It is our responsibility to make sure this biological legacy is passed on to the next generations. To assemble the list, the team surveyed multiple elevations and examined hundreds of museum specimens collected at dozens of locations in Manu National Park and its buffer zone Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) . Analysis of DNA sequences and frog calls allowed the team to identify additional species.

World Heritage Manu National Park .

Site While the high species diversity can be partially attributed to the large area and steep topographic variation within Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) , the finding is noteworthy, von May said. Von May talks about the goals of the survey and the interesting reptiles and amphibians  in Manu National Park they found in Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) . He and his colleagues estimate that the park represents only 0.01 percent of the planet’s land area, but houses 2.2 percent of all amphibians and 1.5 percent of all reptiles known worldwide. Since its creation 41 years ago, Manu National (Manu Reserve zone ) Park  has become recognized as globally irreplaceable: it was designated a UNESCO Biosphere Manu National Park Preserve (Manu Reserve zone ) in 1977 and a World Heritage Site in 1987. Herpetologists – experts in reptiles and amphibians – first surveyed the region in the 1970 , primarily along the road that connects the city of Cuzco to villages in the cloud forests of the Kosñipata Valley in Manu National Park . Starting in the 80, research was broadened to include remote lowland rainforest locations, such as Cocha Cashu Biological Station to Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) , inside the park. Subsequent expeditions have continued to reveal new species of amphibians and reptiles, especially in the cloud forest Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone )  and high-Andean grasslands, which are rich in endemic species, Catenazzi said. One of the most recent discoveries was the glass frog Centrolene sabini, the world’s 7,000 the known amphibian species. The research team predicts that additional species will be described in the upcoming years as a result of increased use of DNA analysis, study of frog calls and other techniques. The work was supported by the National Science Foundation, the National Geographic Society, the Amazon Conservation Association, the Rufford Small Grants Foundation and the Wildlife Conservation Society to Manu National Park (Manu Reserve zone ) .

Despite global amphibian decline, number of known species soars