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OUR LODGE IN MANU CULTURE ZONE – MANU NATIONAL PARK

Peru has a centralized system of government. The country covers an area of 128 million hectares and has a population of approximately 29 million. With 83 “life zones” and rich biological diversity, it is identified as one of the world’s 17 “megadiverse countries” – Manu Culture Zone. Peru is divided longitudinally by the Andean Range, and its territory extends westward to the Pacific Ocean and eastward to the Amazon Basin, with a constant presence of the Humboldt Current. Thus, the territory includes a semi-arid coastal zone with strong cold currents (10 per cent of the land area), a mountainous Andean region up to an elevation of 6,800 m (approximately 30 per cent) and Amazonian jungle that covers nearly 60 percent of its territory. Some 70 per cent of the population is concentrated in the coastal region, with 8 million Peruvians (nearly one third of the total population) living in the capital city, Lima – Manu National Park.

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MANU NATIONAL PARK RESERVE CENTER . Visiting Manu : Some 5,000 visitors make the trip to Manu each year, roughly 5% being dedicated birders. On a typical 2–3 week trip covering all altitudes, birders accompanied by experienced leaders regularly record 550–650 species. There is something for everyone at Manu. Some birders start early, finish late and ‘bird until they drop’. Others come for a relaxed birding holiday, staying at comfortable lodges, visiting macaw licks (called collpas), paddling on oxbow lakes ...
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MANU NATIONAL PARK Highlights of a typical tour: A typical Manu trip starts from Cusco at 3,300 m.a.s.l., crosses the last Andean mountain range, drops down the eastern slope of the Andes into the lowland Amazon forests, and returns by air from the frontier town of Puerto Maldonado to Lima or Cusco. Cusco is a major hub for exploring Inca culture, most famously at the ruins of Machu Picchu, and for adventure sports (so there is plenty to interest a ...
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MANU NATIONAL PARK RESERVE CENTER Nowhere is amazing diversity more evident than in the tropical and temperate forests and associated habitats of the Reserva Biosfera de Manu (hereafter called Manu Biosphere Reserve, the name by which most birders know it) in the southeast of Peru.  The Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site of nearly 1.9 million ha, comprised of the Manu National Park, associated multiple‑use zones and native community lands. Manu lies on the eastern slope of the Andes ...
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OUR LODGE IN MANU CULTURE ZONE - MANU NATIONAL PARK Peru has a centralized system of government. The country covers an area of 128 million hectares and has a population of approximately 29 million. With 83 "life zones" and rich biological diversity, it is identified as one of the world’s 17 "megadiverse countries" - Manu Culture Zone. Peru is divided longitudinally by the Andean Range, and its territory extends westward to the Pacific Ocean and eastward to the Amazon Basin, ...
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Manu Par – A law enacted by Congress established the first national park in Peru in 1961. Since then, 63 protected areas have been established at the national level and 4 at the regional (departmental) level, along with 16 private conservation areas. The Natural Protected Areas System covers nearly 20 million hectares, or about 15 per cent of the country’s total area – Manu Birds Peru. Until 2008, the Ministry of Agriculture managed the protected areas system through various branches and at different administrative levels. In 2008, its duties were transferred to the newly created National Service for Natural Protected Areas, a specialized technical body under the new Ministry of the Environment. The legal basis for the Natural Protected Areas System is the Natural Protected Areas (NPA) Act, passed by Congress in July 1997, which includes various general and specific rules. At the same time, there are a number of other environmental regulatory instruments that relate to protected areas manu park culture zone – manu jungle trips.

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