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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4 days in the rainforest - Manu National Park

A travel blog entry by irenan


We returned from Machu Picchu back to the Monasterio hotel in Cusco for one more night, and early next morning we were taken to the airport to board a little twin engine plane to Manu National Park - a biosphere reserve and the largest National Park in Peru ...

Manu National Park is said to have the highest degree of …


A travel blog entry by trevorwadams


Jul 31 Jeff sleeps in Lima airport while we wait from 10-5 Meet an Australian/Canadian guy who is also doing work down here, played box lacrosse in Canada Flight to Cusco I sleep the entire way until view of mountains which Jeff gets great pics of Picked up after getting our bags by very nice members of the Manu team Tons of feral dogs in …

In the jungle (Manu National Park)

A travel blog entry by minicooper


... fully cover our boots. While we were all deciding whether to make a stepping stone path or to take our shoes off before walking through, the glam Italian woman walked straight through, sparkly shoes and all! We arrived at our lodge in the late afternoon, had a mini Inca trail happy hour (minus the popcorn and the crackers), I attempted to have a shower but just ended up pulling off the tap and showering myself fully clothed in cold water, ate tea and then bedded down for what ...

¡Qué chévere!

A travel blog entry by mirja.bester


... You can observe the many insects that come alive at night and we were lucky to be able to watch a spider catch quite a big moth. On our first night was one big thunderstorm. It had actually been raining so much the previous days that parts of the other lodge got damaged and we were transporting leaves to fix the roof with us (and Marcelino also joined us for that reason). Despite the continous rain in the morning, we were able to watch some hummingbirds feeding on flowers ...

The jungle

A travel blog entry by stefandkate


... 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 ...

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