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Manu Rainforest

Manu Rainforest

Manu National Park is an extensive park in southeastern Peru, stretching across the Andean highlands, cloud forests and plains jungle. It is known for its rich biodiversity, especially for its hundreds of bird species, such as macaws, which feed on the clay deposits at sites such as Blanquillo. Boats navigate the Manu River and the dense Amazon rainforest, which is home to jaguars, black caimans and spider monkeys.

Fixed Departures: Daily departures (previous coordination and availability) The Manu Reserve Zone has been a highlight o
Activity Type:
Ecoogical Tour
Difficulty:
Easy-Light
Fixed Departures: Daily departures (previous coordination and availability) Manu National Park was created to protect a
Activity Type:
Hiking & Archaeology
Difficulty:
Easy-Light
Manu National Park Cultural Zone Program 4 Days & 3 Nights Fixed Departures: Daily departures (previous coordinatio
Activity Type:
Hiking & Archaeology
Difficulty:
Easy-Light

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