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Very early wake up, Nature photography, Crossing the Andes, Jungle Hikes, visit of Hotsprings, Macaws Claylick, Mammals Claylick, Birdwatching, visiting oxbowlakes, visiting 2 towers, Boating Nightwalk, Peruvian gastronomy, Local culture.

What to bring

 Toiletries and personal medications

 Trekking shoes, sandals

 Flashlight, spare batteries, adapter, and charger

 Hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen

 Insect repellent (recommended with 40% or more DEET)

 Jacket or rain poncho

 Loose-fitting clothing in earth tones (no white): long-sleeve shirts, long pants, cotton socks and underwear, swimsuit

 Warm clothing for cold places

 Binoculars; Minimum magnification of 8×25, with strap for hanging around the neck

 Camera, adapter, and charger

 1 Backpack of 10 liters plus plastic bags to protect your belongings

 1 Small backpack for hikes

 Toilet paper

 Cash for tips (guide, cook, boat driver, crew, driver)

Cash to contribute to the local people (crafts, sodas, beers)

  • Private minivan transportation
  • Private boat transportation
  • Professional bilingual jungle specialist guide (Telescope, binoculars, informational material)
  • Sightseeing checklist (flora and fauna)
  • 3 meals a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner) option (vegetarian at no extra charge)
  • 3 Snacks (mango, granadilla, banana, apple, orange, etc. Cookies)
  • Mineral water
  • 6 nights in a lodge with private bathroom
  • First aid kit
  • Entry to the Manu National Park
  • Entry to local projects
  • Included beverages
  • Rubber boots

  • Tips
  • Binoculars


Our journey of experiences and adventure will begin by crossing “From the Andes to the Amazon”. Pick up at the hotel very early in the morning, we begin our trip in a private minivan, ascending to the high mountain area at 4000 meters above sea level. Our first stop, guided tour in Ninamarca, where you can photograph the pre-Inca cemetery, then we continue to the town of Paucartambo recognized by the UNWTO as “one of the best tourist towns in the world”, our guide will give you information about this charming town. We continue in our truck, enjoying spectacular views of the biodiversity of Manu, we will descend the eastern slope of the Andes, we will travel through the cloud forest where the exuberant vegetation can be seen (ferns, orchids, bromeliads, etc.) During our walks you can see notice. birds including tanagers, quetzals, swallows, toucans and brightly colored hummingbirds, as well as hawks and monkeys. Our main activity will be to find the national bird of Peru (Rupícola peruviana) in the San Pedro sector, showing its mating dance. In the afternoon we arrive at Bambu Lodge (700 meters above sea level) where we will spend the night (rooms with private bathroom). After dinner your guide will brief you on the next day's activities.

In the morning we will have a delicious breakfast and continue our trip in the minivan, on the way we will visit the hummingbird garden, which are ventures of the local people where you can observe different species of birds, hummingbirds and orchids, then we will go to the port of Watchtower (600 meters above sea level). We embark on our private boat, we will sail for approximately 6 hours. On the Alto Madre de Dios River, we will visit Lake Machuwasi, where we will explore and navigate its waters on a wooden rowing raft. Around you can see species of birds, insects, monkeys, etc. We return to the boat and continue sailing down the river, along the way we will spot flora and fauna, we will visit the thermo-medicinal baths where you can enjoy and relax in the natural pools. We continue sailing until we reach the Dorado Lodge located (300 meters above sea level), where we will spend the night (double rooms with private bathroom). Before or after dinner we will explore a night walk along its trails.

Very early in the morning we will embark on our motor boat, we will sail on the upper Madre de Dios River, we will have breakfast on the boat while we go to the Limonal checkpoint, where we are welcomed by the park rangers and a brief information about the National Park of the Manu. Afterwards we will continue sailing along the Manu River for approx. 6 hours in the middle of immense trees listening to howls, bird sounds, etc. Depending on the climate we will have the possibility of observing the biodiversity of species of macaws, birds, eagles, mammals such as the jaguar (panther onca), capybaras, tapir, monkeys, etc. Reptiles such as 4 meter black caiman (melanosuchus niger), white caiman (caiman crocodrylus), anaconda (eunectes murinus), taricayas (podocnemis unifilis). On the way we will visit Lake Cocha Otorongo, from a 20-meter observation tower in the rainforest canopy overlooking the lake is available to observe wildlife. In the afternoon we will arrive at the Matsiguenka House where we will spend 2 nights with the Matsiguenka families in double room bungalows with private or shared bathrooms.

This day we will visit the famous lake "Cocha Salvador", we will navigate its waters in a rowing catamaran to observe the home of the giant otters, this Cocha Salvador is the highlight in the Manu National Park. especially in the dry season. It is full of birds that nest and feed on herons, egrets, alligators, skimmers, species of monkeys generally feed on exotic fruits. We will explore the trails walking in the primary forests of the Amazon rainforest, where the sensation is unique, because we are in an ecosystem that has remained unchanged since the formation of the Amazon. In the afternoon depending on the climate and time we will take night walks. We spend the night at Casa Matsiguenka.

We will get up early to return, where we will sail approximately 6 hours by boat. along the Manu River, along the beaches we can once again observe more wildlife such as monkeys, alligators, woodpeckers, etc. Until we reach the Limonal checkpoint, we will make a stop to register our departure after having visited the Manu National Park Reserve Zone. We continue on our boat, on the way we will make a brief stop in the native community of Diamante to contribute to them by buying crafts, typical products, fish, cassava, papaya. We continue by boat until we reach our lodge, before or after dinner we will take a night walk where we can find tarantulas, snakes, spiders, frogs, nocturnal birds, etc. Visit the tapir clay lick. Overnight at Dorado Lodge (double rooms with private bathrooms).

Very early in the morning we will go to visit the parrot and macaw clay lick. It is a special place where you can observe the natural spectacle of parrots, where they come down to eat clay that helps them with digestion, among the species we can see auroras, parakeets, parrots, the military macaw, blue-headed macaw, chestnut-fronted macaw, etc Bolivian macaws and scarlet macaws can be seen perching in the trees. After the activity we return to the lodge, we pack our things to return, we board the boat and we will sail on the Madre de Dios River for approximately 5 hours. On the way we will have our breakfast. We return sighting flora and fauna until we reach the Atalaya port where our mobility awaits us. We continue on the journey, we will make a brief stop in the town of Pilcopata where we will contribute to the local people by buying the fruit juices and ice creams of each season (copazo, aguaje, pineapple, cocona, etc.). We boarded our van until we reached the Bamboo Lodge. Where we will spend the last night.

After our breakfast, we board our mobility on the way, we will make brief stops for lunch, take photographs of the flora and fauna that we find on our journey, we will end our adventure tired but happy and happy to have visited the Lung of the World, leaving them in their respective hotels.

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