Manu Paradise Lodge

Ricardo Palma 9, Manu, Manu National Park, Peru | Hotel
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Manu Reserve

A travel blog entry by z0rr0


Day 1 - 9th June - 4:30 am start. Leave Cusco by minibus at 5:30, bound for Manu. The two of us plus three other travellers - all single females. Two Canadians (Quebecoise) and an American. One guide (Ricardo) + one cook (Valentine). Amazing drive over the mountains and down into the cloud forest. Narrow mountain roads with nothing between us and a …

In the jungle (Manu National Park)

A travel blog entry by minicooper


... to a jungle climate, which was (and has remained) pretty rainy! Once we'd passed the roadworks, we walked the remaining hour to our lodge to get some air and try to catch sight of some animals there including the "gallo de las rocas" (Cock of the Rock), Peru's national bird. We weren't so lucky and only managed to spot some plants including a potato plant... At one point we had to cross a waterfall that had decided to make it's way across the road, that was just deep enough that ...

¡Qué chévere!

A travel blog entry by mirja.bester


... up for us. The lodge has no showers (you can use the nearby river instead) and no electricity. From about 6pm we just had candles all over the lodge and even had candle-light dinner, which was prepared by a couple (Juana and Marcelino) living in the lodge for most of the year (which is quite amazing, considering that it's quite far away from any transportation, communication options or even medical help). After dinner, Violetta took us around the garden of the lodge for a ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by laurenandgrant


... 15 local Peruvians packed into a 10 person minivan? No one told us that ahead of time! Luckily our driver was speedy, and we made it there in 8 hours, at dusk.

Once in Salvacion, we met our guides Oliver and Carolina. They took us to our hostel down the road from their home and we stayed there for 2 nights before heading into the rainforest. We knew we were in for a fun ride when we entered our room and saw a fat 2 inch cockroach scurry across the floor. (Never ...

The jungle

A travel blog entry by stefandkate


... of cake.

After breakfast we continued to drive up mountain roads which seemed to get more and more windy, narrower and with a steeper and steeper drop to one side! I am sure one of the roads we drove on wasn’t finished yet as it seemed to be made up of piles of dust and there were diggers and workmen everywhere. At one point we had to drive behind a big JCB as it cleared the fallen rocks from the road in front of us!

The first main stop on the way into the national ...


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