Manu Wildlife Centre

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

    A Trip To The Amazon

    A travel blog entry by landellsandlads on Apr 20, 2014

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    ... days old so they took it in to care for it. All the animals there are either orphans or have deformities that would make survival in the jungle difficult. My favourite animal was the sloth, it's such a strange looking thing but really friendly and loved being stroked. After that we headed down to where we were going to catch a boat to get into the proper jungle. We met our boat driver Saoul who was really nice and a really good boat driver as we soon ...

    Manu National Park

    A travel blog entry by david_irina on Apr 04, 2014

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


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... in the "clay lick", which was more like a mud hole, not like the vertical cliff clay licks the birds flock to, most of us crashed out.

    We were doing one hour shifts on watch and after a couple of hours got the wake up call – tried to wake my neighbour but he was dead to the world and I was losing valuable tapir time as it didn’t stay for long – stage whispered down the line to the others and took some very grainy long distance shots ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Mar 27, 2014

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    ... on submerged logs to make it easier.

    A couple of the youngsters hid among the logs to play so we managed to catch up briefly before they and the others who had continued to fish, disappeared off and unfortunately we had to too!

    Back through the jungle to the lodge stopping briefly for spider monkeys and a black caiman. Back for lunch the spider monkeys were putting on a show and the chefs were too ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Mar 26, 2014

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    ... of life around the lodge including macaws and squirrel monkeys coming really close. Apparently jaguars are occasional nighttime visitors so some nervousness about late night toilet visits!

    Then off for another pre-dinner nighttime foray - Will wanted to find us a boa. Once spotted, after about an hour of pesky mosquitos and not a lot else, one of our group came face to face with a boa. That done, we were all happy to head back on our muddy way back to the ...