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Located in southern Peru, in the eastern sector of the Andes mountain range and the western edge of the Amazon basin, it is the only park in Latin America that includes the full range of environments ranging from lowland tropical rainforest to the icy highlands, above 4000 meters above sea level.

What to bring

Be positive, carry good energy.
Original passport
1-liter water bottle
Towel for body and face
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
  • 2 nights in a lodge with private bathroom
  • First aid kit
  • Entry to the Manu National Park
  • Entry to local projects
  • Included beverages
  • Rubber boots

  • Binoculars
  • Tips/Gratuities


Our journey of experiences and adventure will begin by crossing 'From the Andes to the Amazon.' I'll pick you up from the hotel early in the morning, and we'll start our journey in a private minivan, ascending to the high mountain area at 4000 meters above sea level (13,000 feet). Our first stop will be a guided tour in Ninamarca, where you can photograph the pre-Inca cemetery. Then, we'll continue to the town of Paucartambo, recognized by the World Tourism Organization as 'one of the best tourist towns in the world.' Our guide will provide information about this charming town. We'll continue in our van, enjoying spectacular views of the biodiversity of Manu. We'll descend through the eastern slope of the Andes, traveling through the cloud forest where you'll witness the lush vegetation (ferns, orchids, bromeliads, etc.). During our walks, you may observe birds including tanagers, quetzals, gobblers, toucans, and brightly colored hummingbirds, as well as hawks and monkeys. Our main activity will be to find Peru's national bird (Rupicola peruviana) in the San Pedro area, showcasing its mating dance. In the afternoon, we'll arrive at Bambu Lodge (700 meters above sea level) where we'll spend the night (rooms with private bathrooms). After dinner, your guide will brief you on the activities planned for the next day.

In the morning, we'll have a delicious breakfast and continue our journey in the minivan. Along the way, we'll visit the hummingbird garden, local initiatives where you can observe different bird species, hummingbirds, and orchids. Then, we'll head to the town of Salvación, where we'll visit Machuwasi Lagoon. We'll navigate its waters on a rowing raft, observing various bird species, insects, monkeys, etc., around the area. After lunch, we'll board the 4x4 vehicles and continue for an additional 2 hours, spotting flora and fauna, crossing rivers and streams that are part of the road, passing through indigenous villages until we reach Dorado Lodge located at 300 meters above sea level, where we'll spend the night (double rooms with private bathrooms). Before or after dinner, we'll embark on a night hike along the trails. Overnight stay at the lodge.

Early in the morning, we'll board our motorboat and navigate the upper Madre de Dios River. Downstream, we'll have breakfast on the boat as we head to the Limonal control station. Here, park rangers will welcome us and provide a brief overview of Manu National Park. We'll then continue our boat journey along the Manu River, and depending on the weather, we might have the chance to observe different bird species, macaws, eagles, etc. Additionally, we might spot mammals like the jaguar (Panthera onca), capybaras, tapirs, monkeys, and reptiles such as the 4-meter black caiman (Melanosuchus niger), white caiman (Caiman crocodilus), anaconda (Eunectes murinus), and river turtles (Podocnemis unifilis). Upon reaching the port, we'll disembark to explore the jungle amidst towering trees. We'll walk along trails, observing and listening to bird sounds, mammal calls, and other jungle noises until we reach Cocha Brashco. Here, we'll navigate the lake on a catamaran to observe families of giant otters (Pteronura brasiliensis). After this activity, we'll return to our boat and enjoy a typical jungle lunch while navigating. During the journey, we'll make a brief stop at the native community of Diamante to support them by purchasing crafts and typical products like fish, yucca, and papaya. We'll continue by boat until we reach our lodge. Before or after dinner, we'll take a night hike where we might encounter tarantulas, snakes, spiders, frogs, nocturnal birds, etc. Overnight stay at the lodge.

Very early in the morning, we'll head to the clay lick for parrots and macaws. It's a special place where we witness the natural spectacle of these birds coming down to eat clay, which aids in their digestion. Among the species, you can appreciate macaws, parakeets, parrots, the military macaw, blue-headed macaw, chestnut-fronted macaw, etc. You'll see Bolivian macaws and red macaws perched in the trees. After the activity, we'll return to the lodge, have our breakfast, and pack our belongings to head back. We'll board the 4x4 vehicles for a 2-hour journey, spotting flora and fauna as we cross rivers and streams that are part of the road, passing indigenous villages until we reach the town of Salvación. Here, we'll switch from our vehicle to the minivan. Continuing our journey in the van, we'll make a brief stop in the town of Pilcopata where we'll support the local community by purchasing fruit juices and fruit ice creams of each season (copazo, aguaje, pineapple, cocona, etc.). We'll then board our van to return to Cusco, concluding our adventure, tired but happy and content after visiting the 'Lung of the World,' and leaving you at your respective hotels.

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