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5 DÍAS / 4 DIAS

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PARQUE DEL MANU - ZONA RESERVADA 5 DÍAS

Despertares muy temprano, Fotografía de naturaleza, Cruzar los Andes, Caminatas en la selva, Visita a aguas termales, Visita a collpa de guacamayos, Visita a collpa de mamíferos, Avistamiento de aves, Visita a Cochas, Visita 2 torres, Viajes en bote, Caminata nocturna, Gastronomía peruana, Cultura local.

Included

  • Contrato de servicios
  • Charla explicativa previa al viaje
  • Guía Oficial de Turismo/Naturalista en inglés y español
  • Binoculares profesionales (no se comparten)
  • Telescopio profesional para plataformas de observación
  • Botiquín de primeros auxilios
  • Transporte desde Cusco y retorno a Cusco en bus privado
  • Pernocte en albergues y bungalows
  • Alimentación (desayunos, almuerzos y cenas)
  • Agua mineral a disposición y bebidas calientes o limonada durante las comidas
  • Tarifa de ingresos al Parque Nacional Manu
  • Botas de jebe

Not Included

  • Bebidas sin alcohol o con alcohol
  • Gastos personales
  • Propinas

What to bring (Qué llevar para tu viaje)

✓ Cantimplora o toma todo metálico
✓ Toalla de cara y manos para todo el viaje
✓ Medicamentos e implementos de higiene personal
✓ Zapatillas o zapatos de caminata, sandalias
✓ Linterna con pilas de repuesto, adaptador y recargador
✓ Sombrero o gorro, lentes para el sol, protector solar
✓ Repelente de insectos (recomendable con 40% o más de DEET) dentro de una bolsa plástica
✓ Tratamiento para después de las picaduras dentro de una bolsa plástica
✓ Impermeable
✓ Ropa holgada y de colores amigables al entorno (no blanco): camisas de manga larga, pantalones largos, interiores de algodón, ropa de baño.
✓ Ropa abrigadora en caso de friaje
✓ Binoculares; mínimo 8×25 de magnificación, con correa para llevarlos al cuello
✓ Cámara fotográfica, adaptador y recargador; con correa para llevarla al cuello
✓ Mochila de equipaje y mochila pequeña de diario, bolsas de plástico
✓ Papel higiénico para el primer día de viaje, dentro de una bolsa plástica
✓ Dinero en pequeña denominación para gastos extras y propinas

Itinerary

Leaving Cusco early, in the morning, we begin a 10-hours journey over the Andes in our private bus, on a road that partly goes up to 4000 meters above sea level. We travel through traditional Quechua communities and through the spectacular eastern ranges of the Andes, on the way, we have a few stops, to see the pre-inka cemetery of Ninamarca or to visit the famous folkloric village of Paucartambo (2900 m above sea level). Then we continue to “Acjanaco“, the park’s entrance from here we descend the eastern slopes of the Andes through cloud forest with lush vegetation (bromeliads, ferns, orchids etc.) in the cloud forest we can see wildlife such as our national bird: the bright red, Cock of the Rock (Rupicola peruviana) showing his mating dance. Quetzals, Trogons, Brilliantly colored Tanagers can be seen and possibly the first monkeys, such as capuchin monkey or Woolly Monkeys. In the afternoon, we arrive at the town of Salvacion, where we will exchange our car for a better one suitable to continue traveling in the amazon lowlands along the new communal integration road of Manu that crosses several Amazonian villas as the native community of Shintuya, home of the Harakbut people. In the evening we arrive at Dorado Lodge (500 m above sea level), where we will have dinner and then spend the night in double rooms with private bath. Night walk on the lodge’s paths to observe the nocturnal fauna

This day is special, because we will visit the famous reserved zone of the Manu National Park and travel on the enigmatic Manu River, where you can observe the wonderful fauna of this pristine place. In the morning if there is activity, we may visit a clay lick where many parakeet and parrot species eat clay every day. Also the smaller macaws such as the Chestnut-fronted and the scarce Blue-headed Macaws can be found there. After this we take our boat for about 45 minutes downstream the river “Madre de Dios“. Then we enter the reserved zone of the Manu National Park and continue our way for about 5- 6 hours on the Manu River until arriving at the Casa Matshiguenka Lodge that belongs to the legendary Matshiguenka people. On the way, from the boat, we can see a lot of biodiversity like birds, capybaras, and several species of monkeys, two species of caimans and tapirs. With luck we can also see the biggest cat in South America: the jaguar. We spend our night at the Casa Matshiguenka Lodge located in the Manu National Park. Double rooms & shared bathroom

This day we will visit by catamaran the famous “Cocha Salvador“ lake, home of the giant otters, this Cocha Salvador is the highlight in Manu park . especially in the dry season, is loaded with nesting birds and feeding Herons, Egrets, caimans (South American relatives of the Alligators) , Terns, Skimmers, Shock-headed & Large-headed Capuchin Monkeys are usually feeding on fruits nearby. To name but a few. In the afternoon we have time to explore the trails and walk in the primary forests of the Amazon rainforest, where the sensation is unique, since we are in an ecosystem that has remained unchanged since the formation of the amazon. And a visit to the lake of Cocha Otorongo is planned, where a 20-meter observation tower in the rainforest canopy overlooking the lake is available for observing wildlife. We spend our second night at the Casa Machiguenga Lodge. Double rooms & shared bathroom.

We star early to travel by boat, 6 hours down the Manu River, along the river beaches we can see more wildlife like monkeys, caimans, birds, Capybaras, etc. We make a short stop in Boca Manu village, the main settlement in Manu called after the confluence of the sediment rich Manu River with the wider Madre de Dios River , after Boca Manu village we continue traveling upstream on the Madre de Dios river for a time of 2 hours to arrive again at the Dorado lodge. Once in the lodge we go for a walk to the mammal salt lick, where we look for tapirs, deer monkeys, and other animals who visit the salt lick. After returning to the lodge we explore the forest on a night walk to see frogs, insects and snakes etc., optional night on the platform at the salt lick. Night in double rooms with private bath

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