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Manu Park Peru is a peak experience for nature lovers, it is the park with the biggest biodiversity on earth for its size. You will have the unique experience to see the Manu Biosphere Reserve, it is located in Madre de Dios and Paucartambo, Cusco.



In 1977, UNESCO recognised it as a Reserve of Biosphere and in 1987, it was pronounced a World Heritage Site. Overall, more than 15,000 species of plants are found in Manu, and up to 250 varieties of trees have been found in a single hectarea. The reserve is a popular destination for birdwatchers from all over the world, as there are over 1000 species of birds.

When visiting Manu National Park in Peru you can enjoy lots of activities on this adventure; rafting the Madre de Dios river, trekking pristine primary and secondary forest, boat rides, searching for jaguars, the strongest cat on earth inch for inch, bird watching is incredible, simply an adventure that brings you to one of the most immaculate areas on earth with the added bonus of the cultural diversity of native communities.

Witness the unique experience to see the Manu Biosphere Reserve, with it’s main element Manu National Park, "nucleon" zone of the Manu biosphere reserve, See different ecological levels and life zones, maximizing this way your chances to spot the flora and fauna in it’s natural environment.

Interact with the natives and share their culture, use the lodges of the natives communities which involves communities of different ethnic groups as Harakmbut, Matsigenkas and Yines; this way you will share with them part of their ancestral knowledge of the forest, the use of medicinal plants, combine with their tales and legends. A visit to Manu Park Peru is a complete Amazonian experience: Culture and nature.

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Manu Park Peru
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