Manu Wildlife Centre

Address: at the confluence of the Manu and Alto Madre de Dios rivers, Manu, Manu National Park, Peru | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on at the confluence of the Manu and Alto Madre de Dios rivers, Manu, Manu National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Manu National Park

    Wildlife doesn't wait for anyone

    A travel blog entry by coletteandkam on Dec 09, 2014

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    ... moutain, with a cliff to one side and a sheer drop to the other, making landslides a common occurence. We drove at a snails pace, no more than 20mph, to ensure we didn't end up toppling over the side. Unlike one unlucky truck that we saw that had fallen down the side and was balancing in the trees. This, plus our guide mentioning a couple of other recent accidents left me completely paranoid, worrying about the 10hour drive home on Thursday, I couldn't help thinking; were we going ...

    In the jungle, the mighty jungle

    A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Sep 08, 2014

    33 photos

    ... looking after an orphaned tapir, capybara, woolly monkey, howler monkey, macaw, capuchin, raccoon, wild pigs and a dog. They were not caged but free to roam over her garden. David made friends with the tapir, who clearly thought he was a dog, rolling over and wanting his tummy tickled (the tapir, not David!). We headed to the town of Atalaya and took a boat to our camp for the next night. We had lunch in camp and then went for a hike, seeing capybara footprints, ...

    Manu National Park

    A travel blog entry by david_irina on Apr 04, 2014

    10 photos

    ... 72;ют разли 95;ные племе 85;а, как их назыв 72;ют "некон 090;актны е". Они живут на уровн 77; перво ...

    Welcome to the Jungle

    A travel blog entry by sinead90 on Mar 24, 2014

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    ... is amazing – in and out of camp. At camp alone there are so many birds around, especially hummingbirds. It’s going to be strange coming back to Glasgow and not seeing them everywhere you turn. Pigeons just don’t have the same appeal.

    Going to bed is an adventure in itself, starting with a ritual Megan (fellow researcher) and I have affectionately named the cockroach dance. This involves quickly and carefully running into the room on tiptoe to ...

    The jungle

    A travel blog entry by stefandkate on Oct 05, 2011

    12 photos

    ... at an old cemetery where mummies used to be buried. Unlike the other cemeteries we had been to, this one was apparently only for important people.

    We finally arrived at the entrance to the national park which is at the top of the mountain. At this point the guide went through the rules of the park with us. In the park there are apparently a number of tribes of indigenous people who are protected by the government. Tourists are not allowed to approach them or have any contact ...