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Manu Tours 7 dias /6 noches
Each day of the 7-day Manu Wildlife Tour offers exciting activities to observe fauna and flora, navigation through rivers and lakes, walks through the jungle and the opportunity to experience the wonder of the Manu National Park Reserve up close.
- Day 1: Departure from Cusco towards the cloud forest and accommodation in a lodge.
- Day 2: Exploration of the jungle, bird and monkey watching, and overnight stay in the heart of the jungle.
- Day 3: Navigation on the river towards Lake Cocha Salvador, sighting of aquatic animals and return to the lodge.
- Day 4: Trip to the Manu Wildlife Center, sighting of jaguars, macaws and other species, and overnight stay at the lodge.
- Day 5: Visit to the Blanquillo clay salting pan, walk through the primary jungle and return to the lodge.
- Day 6: Continuation of the exploration of the jungle, sighting of wildlife and overnight stay at the lodge.
- Day 7: Return to Cusco and end of the tour.
Manu rainforest tour: Will take you on a memorable journey through the natural treasures of the Peruvian Amazon jungle. From fascinating wildlife to cultural immersion, this adventure will leave you with lasting memories and a deep appreciation for the beauty of the nature.
The 7-day Manu Tours Wildlife tour is a complete program that will take you to explore the impressive jungle of the Manu National Park in Peru. During this tour, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the biodiversity of the Amazon jungle, observe various species of birds, mammals, and reptiles, and enjoy the natural beauty of the region.
DETAILED TOUR ITINERARY:
Itinerary Manu Tour Wildlife 7 days
TOUR DAY 1:
Cusco City – Ninamarka / Pilcopata Lodge
Cusco pick up very early from their respective hotels to start our adventure of the Manu Tours wildlife. In our private transport making where stops, first in Ninamarca where the “chullpas” or calls (pre-Inca tombs) of the
Lupaca culture will be observed.. Then, we continue to Paucartambo, a colonial town with narrow streets and a beautiful church, where people still keep their old customs. Then, we ascend to the viewpoint Tres Cruces (3,900
masl) a beautiful view of the amazon basin if the weather permits. From there, we start descending to Manu National Park, home of species such as the cock of the rock (the Peruvian national bird), hummingbirds,
strikingly-coloured quetzals, trogons, spotted flycatchers, and woolly monkies. In terms of flora, we can view a variety of orchids, mosses, ferns, etc. Finally, we will arrive in Pilcopata (700 masl) where we will spend the
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TOUR DAY 2:
Paradise Lodge Inn / Rainforest Wildlife – Manu Tour
After breakfast, we will board our private vehicle for an hour and a half to the main port of the amazonia – Atalaya National Park (500 masl). There, we will board a motorized boat to continue for about 7 hours
navigating the Madre de Dios River. Along the river, we have a great opportunity to observe several species such as herons, vultures, kingfishers, turtles, egrets and some of the 13 species of monkeys that live in rainforest
In the afternoon, we will arrive to our next hostel located in amazonia jungle where we will spend the night. Showers and toilets available. After dinner we have a night walk in the amazing manu jungle trips. -smszon tours
Tour Day 3:
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Today we say goodbye to the Madre de Dios River to change for a navigation on the River offering us other incredible views of a great variety of species that live in and around it, such as groups of turtles, white
alligators, capybaras, jaguars Panthera onca) resting on a trunk and observing its territory. Arriving in the afternoon to our camp in Otorongo. Later our tour guide takes us to Otorongo Oxbow Lake where an
observation tower is placed that allows us to see the giant otters that live there. During that time, the Guide teaches us functions and secrets of the jungle. After that, we return night Safary Camping Showers and toilets
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Tour Day 4:
Cocha Otorongo / Cocha Salvador Reserved Zone -Manu Tours Wildlife.
Today we will visit another lake called Salvador on our silent rowing boat that allows us to observe a family of playful giant river otters, These, the world’s largest freshwater carnivores, remain common only in rainforest
.Each animal consumes between 4 and 5 kilos of fish daily and often they can be seen eating large fish on logs atthe lakeside. Observing as well as many rare bird species including a prehistoric bird called Shansho, Heron,
Cormorants, Water Duck, Horned Screamer, Turtles, Taricaya, Black Alligators. The rest of the day will be spent walking the trails in the area in search of some of the 13 species of Monkey as Black Spider Mokey , Red Howler
Monkey Night Monkey ,Dusky Titi Monkey ,Saddleback Tamarin ,Brown Capuchin Monkey and some mammals found here , Giant Anteater ,South American Coati ,Two Toed Sloth ,Deer a group of peccaries , found in the forest
here our guide will explain some of the basics of rainforest jungle trips ecosystems and point out some of the medicinal hightplants of the area used by local, indigenous groups. You can be sure that the animals here in the wild tours
Amazon have never suffered from hunting by people! In the afternoon, we return to our Lodge in Otorongo. . Showers and toilets available in amazon Nationa Reserve Center . rainforest tours
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Tour Day 5:
Exploring Lakes Otorongo / Salvador to Manu Tours Wildlife
The call of the red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus) will wake us up. Unfortunately we need to start our return on the River, and one will be able to understand why jungle trips is so famous for its wildlife jungle tours. At the
edges of the river you will see groups of turtles, white alligators (Caiman cocodrylus), capybaras (Hydrochaeris) and perhaps a Jaguar (Panthera Onca) resting on a trunk and observing its territory. Past the
Nigth in Lodge with Showers and toilets available. Today the call of the red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus) will wake us up for take our breakfast. After that, we ll start to explore the primary forest very
slowly where-where we will have the opportunity to see and know many such as, Monkeys, Mammals, Insect, Giant Trees, Ayahuasca Plants, Chestnut Trees, Seeds, Edible and Inedible Fruits Native and healing plants
that native people use to heal themselves when they are sick. A visit to the lake of Cocha Otorongo is planned, where observation piers and a 20-meter observation tower in the rainforest canopy overlooking the lake are
available for observing wildlife. We will also be on the lookout for a large family of Giant Otters that inhabit this lake Our guide will teach you about the flora and fauna of the reserve zone . After that, we return night our lodge .
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Tour Day 6
Amazonia Lodge to Rainforest Lodge. Manu Tours Wildlife .
Today again call of the red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus) will wake us up. Unfortunately, we need to start our return on the dawn River, and one will be able to understand why amazon peruvian is so famous for its wildlife jungle trips tours.
At the edges of the river you will see groups of turtles, white alligators (Caiman cocodrylus), capybaras (Hydrochaeris) and perhaps a Jaguar (Panthera Onca) resting on a trunk and observing its territory . In the
afternoon we will arrive at the Rainforest lodge where we will settle in our respective rooms afterwards we will have a walk around our Lodge. after dinner, we will have a night activity Past the Nigth in Lodge with
Showers and toilets available. amazon tours .
Tour Day 7:
Rainfores Lodge / Atalaya Port to Cusco
We woke up very early today to go see the parrot collpa in our outboard boat which is located 20 minutes from our lodge or lodge, downstream after this activity we will return to our lodge. Where we will have breakfast on
the last day of the trip, then we will pack things to take the boat and start navigating through the Madre de Dios high river towards the Atalaya port. Where Our private vehicle awaits us back to the City of Cusco
Approximately we will arrive to the city of Cusco from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. – Peru amazon tours
IMPORTANT IN THE RAINFOREST TOURS PERU:
You need to get vaccinated against yellow fever, so bring some tablets with you to the jungle trips of Peru when you travel to National Park, Tambopata Reserve and Sandoval Reserve.
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Amazonia Manu Tour Rainforest. The itinerary includes visits to places like Ninamarka, where you can explore the ancient pre-Inca tombs of the Lupaca culture. You will also pass through Paucartambo, a charming colonial town with narrow streets and a beautiful church.
As you enter the Manu National Park, you will be able to spot emblematic birds of the region, such as the cock of the rocks (Peru’s national bird), hummingbirds, quetzals, and more. In addition, you will have the opportunity to observe monkeys such as the spider monkey and the howler monkey, as well as a variety of flora, such as orchids, mosses and ferns.
During the tour, you will also make exciting navigations on the Madre de Dios River, where you can spot turtles, caimans, capybaras and, if you are lucky, even jaguars resting on the banks.
Another highlight of the itinerary is the visit to the Otorongo and Salvador lakes, where you will be able to observe up close the giant otters, an endangered species. In addition, you will explore trails in search of monkeys, birds and other mammals that inhabit the area.
The tour includes stays in lodges in the middle of the jungle, where you can enjoy basic amenities such as showers and bathrooms. There are also nocturnal walks to discover the wildlife that is active during the night.
It is important to note that, to enter the Manu jungle, it is necessary to be vaccinated against yellow fever, so it is recommended to take the necessary medicines with you.
WHAT TOUR SERVICES:
Included in the Manu Tours
- A Naturalist Guide to the jungle tours.
- Outboard boat for the jungle tours
- Private Land Vehicle in the tours amazonia;
- Entrance to the Manu National Park tours .
- A professional chef for travel Amazon Wildlife tours.
- Meals: 6 Breakfast 7 Lunch 6 Dinners (Note: vegetarian option at no additional cost); during the tours
- 6 Nights at the Amazon Wildlife tours Lodge manu park.
- First aid kit in tours
- Communication radio during the tours
- Rubber Boot fot the tours
Not included in the Manu Tours
- Travel insurance from Amazonia tours ;
- vaccination for the trip to Amazon tours ;
- Breakfast of the first day and the last dinner in the tours
What you need to take with you to the Manu Tours:
- Mosquito repellent (35% recommended).
- Original passport for Travel Amazon tours .
- Small backpack for travel tour .
- Long-sleeved cotton shirts in green (preferably).
- Cotton long pants. in the manu jungle trips
- Long cotton socks (that you put on your pants).
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Sandals Light Shoes injungle tours.
- Rain gear (rain poncho).
- Swimwear .
- Binoculars (Binoculars). in the rainforest tours
- Camera and Batteries. during the wildlife tours
- Plastic bags for clothes and Camera.
- A hat as protection against sun or rain.
- Small towel .
- Toilet paper .
- Sunscreen .
- Sunglasses .
- Flashlight (Spare and Batteries). in travel tours
- One bottle of water (1 liter minimum).
- Money in (soles) to buy drinks.
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs):
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The lush and misty cloud forest is perhaps the most fragile and threatened type of rainforest. This forest which starts from 11,000 feet, and continue down to about 5,000 feet of elevation, cover the eastern slopes of the Andes, before yielding to the vast lowland forest of the Amazon.
This is a kingdom of moss, lichens, ferns, and orchids.
MANU RESERVE ZONE :
Manu National Park, one of the biggest protected areas in the world, is home to the some of the greatest biodiversity and the greatest biomass in the world. The park boasts over 1,000 species of birds and 200 species of mammals. Including the biosphere reserve (Manu National Park, Reserved Zone, and Cultural Zone), Manu spans across a variety of habitats, from the Andean cloud forests to the humid lowland rainforests. Many magnificent creatures inhabit Manu’s rich ecosystem, including jaguars, pumas, spectacled bears, tapirs, anacondas, and harpy eagles. A great amount of butterflies and plants inhabit Manu’s different bioregions. In 1973, the Peruvian government established Manu as a park, protecting the great biodiversity living in it. In 1977, Manu National Park became a Biosphere Reserve. Then, in 1987, UNESCO declared Manu a World Natural Heritage Site. Protecting countless numbers of species of animals and plants, and a plethora of different habitats, Manu truly is “a living eden.”
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FEEL TRIPS MANU TOUR OF A NATURAL EXPERIENCE: The most important request for the development of ecotourism is the sustainable use of nature conservation. We, Manu Jungle Trips, are a company with conservation in mind and are aware of the changes that have occurred on our planet due to human activity. We see ecotourism as a means of preserving nature by providing sustainable development for communities that live around natural habitats such as the Manu National Park. Direct contact with pristine nature can provide a tourist with a love for conservation. Hopefully the tourist will return home with this feeling and share it with friends and family. If so, ecotourism has an additional value as a source of environmental education that can be transmitted to subsequent generations on this tour of Manu Peru, like other countries, observes ecotourism as an inestimable form of sustainable development. Our company has participated in the development of ecotourism as part of a national tour of this manu reserve – jungle tours.
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Strategy for the Conservation of Biological Diversity species live in Manu tour: The safety of our passengers is our first priority. Our staff and our team ensure safety, allowing you to enjoy a natural and adventurous journey, along with comfort in a rainforest environment. Our several years of experience working in the Reserved Zone of the Manu National Park, have made our company the leader that takes tourists to the Reserved Zone for the last ten years. Do not miss the opportunity that MANU TOUR He offers you. Visit and enjoy the unspoiled habitats in the mountains, cloud forests and lowland rainforests.
Manu Tour, located in southeastern Peru, is one of the largest parks in South America. The park area encompasses parts of the Andean department of Cusco and the jungle department of Madre de Dios. Manu protects more than 2 million hectares of territory rich in species of flora and fauna in a variety of habitats including the high Andes, cloud forests and lowland rainforests on manu-tour-jungle trips.
La UNESCO it officially recognizes this natural paradise as a world heritage site. In 1977 they designated Manu Tour as a World Biosphere Reserve because it contains the best existing example of biodiversity in protected tropical forest areas, as well as endemic areas of cloud forests in the jungle.
Humans have altered most of the forests in the world; Fortunately, Manu tour has remained intact and untouched by civilization. Thus, we can observe a variety of animals in their natural habitats, including: giant otters (Pteronura brasiliensis), black caiman (Melanosuchus niger), the majestic Jaguar (Panthera onca), the strange spectacled bear (Tremarctos ornatus), the Tapir Tapirus terrestris), the Ocelot (Felis pardalis), 13 primate species, and an estimated one thousand species of birds including seven species of macaws on jungle trips.
Manu tour also contains 10% of the vascular plant species of the world, including several species of figs and palms, as well as innumerable species of medicinal plants that scientists are currently cataloging. A single hectare of forest in Manu tour can have up to 220 species of trees, while a hectare of temperate forest in Europe or North America can have only 20 species of trees. Manu National Park may be the most biologically diverse and protected park on the planet only in the world.
MANU TOUR 7 DAYS: Hiking in the Manu Biosphere Reserve is a strictly preserved area of the Manu National Park. The area includes the lakes of Salvador and Otorongo, which are very abundant areas rich in mammals and birds and the latter is well known for the giant otters that live there too! The tour of the Manu Biosphere Reserve allows you to visit Manu in a relatively short time while enjoying its biodiversity and various ecosystems! There, you are given the opportunity to see animals such as medium and large amphibians, reptiles, a large number of bird species and several mammals that live in the so-called “Lungs of the world live in this Amazon peru manu tour – jungle excursions.
MANU RIVER – MANU: The Manu River is 356 km long, of which 296 km are within the Manu National Park and 60 km within the Reserved Zone. It is an old river, which grows from 5 to 8 meters during the rainy season and moves from 5 to 20 tons of land from the external curves of the river. Name the entire biosphere reserve. Some sources give the origin of the name to an indigenous tribe, found by the Incas, the Manonahuas. But in a native language, the word “manu” means “dark,” which undoubtedly indicates the dark color of water. The color is not caused by manufactured chemicals, because the river is completely free of such contamination. Instead, the darkness is due to a heavy load of fine sediments, a mixture of sand and silt from the headwaters on Amazon Manu tour
The Manu Biosphere Reserve: It is located in southeastern Peru, where it covers 1.9 million hectares. Around 6500 Quechua and 2000 Amazonian peoples live within the Reserve. The Manu Biosphere Reserve is concerned about 3 large provinces biogeographically (the Puna, the Yungas and the Amazonian provinces). It goes from 200 to 4020 m a.s.1. Combined with topographic conditions, soil and climate; The manu Biosphere Reserve SIt is characterized by a very high level of diversity (Natural Heritage of Humanity). Some of the wild species are in danger of extinction. The Manu Biosphere Reserve consists of 3 main areas, a central zone (the Manu National Park) dedicated to conservation, a buffer zone that includes indigenous territories and private ecological reserves, a transition zone with biogeographic boundaries and experimental areas , of application and traditional use. The biological station of Cocha Cachu allows to carry out different investigations on biological species. And the ecosystems. An inventory of biodiversity was carried out in the Manu Reserve Zone since 1987. Planning and monitoring research is also carried out in the core and buffer areas. An applied research program aims to establish a sustainable management of biological resources such as Cedrela odorata and Podocnemis unifilis. Since 1991 an agroforestry project has been started (soil fertility, fallow agriculture) and complemented by studies on livestock systems, fodder for ruminants and fishery resources. The indigenous property of the land is recognized by the State (area of traditional use). The colonization around the national park took place during the forties with logging and agricultural activities. Resident populations have access to natural resources through mining, subsistence agriculture and livestock. An integrated project of conservation and development of the Manu Biosphere Reserve aims to manage the resource base, improve social and economic development in Manu National Park ..
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Manu Reserve is located between the departments of Madre de Dios, Ucayali and Cusco, which is the largest area with the largest extension of this Peruvian Amazon and is preserved with more than 10 million hectares of forests. Which becomes one of the areas with the greatest diversity of life on the planet. jungle trips
This conservation has different types of areas that are intended for strict protection for its wild fauna and flora, and direct use areas where human activities are carried out in a sustainable manner.
This conservation favors the conservation of species that require large areas of natural forests for their survival of wildlife jungle trips , as well as the maintenance of the ecosystem of these natural ones of the wild Amazon of Peru jungle trips .
MANU TOUR WILDIFE
The lush and misty cloud forest is perhaps the most fragile and threatened type of rainforest. This forest which starts from 11,000 feet, and continue down to about 5,000 feet of elevation, cover the eastern slopes of the Andes, before yielding to the vast lowland forest of the Amazon tours.
one of the biggest protected areas in the world, is home to the some of the greatest biodiversity and the greatest biomass in the world. The park boasts over 1,000 species of birds and 200 species of mammals. Including the biosphere reserve ( National Park, Reserved Zone, and Cultural Zone), across a variety of habitats, from the Andean cloud forests to the humid lowland rainforests. Many magnificent creatures inhabit ’I rich ecosystem,
including jaguars, pumas, spectacled bears, tapirs, anacondas, and harpy eagles. A great amount of butterflies and plants inhabit Manu’s different bioregions. In 1973, the Peruvian government established national park
as a park, protecting the great biodiversity living in it. In 1977, Manu National Park became a Biosphere Reserve. Then, in 1987, UNESCO amazon tours