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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.

The Waorani, who currently number around 2,000, once maintained one of the largest territories of all indigenous Amazoni
Activity Type:
Hiking & Archaeology
Difficulty:
Easy-Light
Manu reserved Zone 8 Days. Manu National Park 8 Days has the greatest biodiversity of any other protected area in the wo
Activity Type:
Ecoogical Tour
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Easy-Light
Manu Jungle Expedition 5 Days. Here the Manu National Park Cultural 5 Days  reasons why the park is so successful in pr
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
This 4-day journey through Manu National Park offers an immersive experience, blending adventure, wildlife exploration,
Activity Type:
Wildlife, Natural History, Photography & Cultural Adventures
Difficulty:
Easy-Light

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