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Manu National Park 8D/7N
Manu National Park 8D/7N
Manu National Park 8D/7N

Manu National Park 8D/7N

1480 US$
  • Paucartambo Colonial Town
  • The Manu Biosphere Reserve
  • The Cloud Forest 
  • The Rain Forest 
  • Parrot’s clay lick
  • The Matsiguenka Home
  • the Lake Salvador
  • Blanquillo
  • Boca Manu
down to the town of Paucartambo Colonial Town down to the town of Paucartambo Colonial Town

Day 1

Leaving Paucartambo you begin your ascent through eucalyptus groves, cultivated fields, and remnant patches of native vegetation. Forty minutes from Paucartambo you reach Acjanaco at 3,500 meter atop the Eastern Cordillera of the Andes. At this point you have entered the Manu Biosphere Reserve where you are above the clouds gazing below into the lush jungle of the Amazon.

As you ascent down from Acjanaco, the baron Paramo starts to change to an elfin forest.

Here you will stop for lunch to admire the view. From here you descend further into the cloud forest where the tree canopy covered by mist gives life to numerous epiphytes, moss, luscious green ferns and the Kur-Kur (high land bamboo). This area is a natural playground for a vast number of birds. You make your way to an observation post where, with a little luck, you will be able to watch the fascinating dance of Peru’s National bird, the Cock-of-the-Rock and hopefully spot the Woolly monkey.

You arrive at our accomadation at 6 p.m. where you will spend the night. After a delicious meal you can enjoy the beautiful surroundings before turning in for the evening.

River port of Atalaya River port of Atalaya

Day 2: Cloud Forest – Blanquillo

At day break we head to the river port of Atalaya in the headwaters of the Alto Madre de Dios River. From Atalaya, we have a relaxed boat journey down stream to the lowland forest. During the trip we will enjoy lunch on the boat. Throughout the day we observe different types of flora and fauna. We continue our journey to reach Blanquillo hostel, known for having one of the largest macaw clay licks. If we have time we will hike the trails in the area. Here we will have dinner and stay the night.

Limonal control Limonal control

Day 3: Blanquillo

Early on we will go in the catamaran and park in front of the macaw clay lick. From the hide we will fully enjoy the arrival of hundreds of parrots and parakeets, as the macaws descend to supplement their diet with minerals from the clay. After this great show we will continue our journey to the hostel near Boca Manu, known for its mammal lick. In the evening we will go to a platform in the forest where it is possible to spot the tapir at night.

Puma at Manu National Park Puma at Manu National Park

Day 4: Matsiguenka Home

Once we have had breakfast, we board our boat in order to enter Manu Park, making a brief stop at the Limonal station to show our authorization giving us access to the park. We continue coasting down the river and enjoying everything that nature, always capricious, will show throughout the day.

Lunch will be served in the boat and in the afternoon we arrive at Casa Matsiguenka. On arrival we are greeted by the natives of this ethnic group. Here our guides for the following day will introduce themselves and brief you on the activities for the next day which will show all the richness of the area

Enjoying nature at Manu Enjoying nature at Manu

Day 5: Casa Matsiguenka

This day we cruise the Lake Salvador on a catamaran in search of giant river otters (Pteronura brasiliensis) and explore the forest of the Casa Matsiguenka trying to find the spider monkey (Athelas paniscus) or the bustling peccaries (Tayassu peccary). After a full day of enjoying all this region of the Amazon has to offer, we will overnight at Casa Matsiguenka.

hot spring in Madre de Dios hot spring in Madre de Dios

Day 6: Casa Matsiguenka – Shintuya

After breakfast we take the boat to start our return journey upstream. Traveling down Manu rive, we will make a brief stop at the checkpoint Limonal to record our departure. Continuing along the Madre de Dios River we will stopover at the hot spring to take a soothing bath. Finally, we arrive at a hostel of the Shintuya native community in the evening to spend the night.

Going back to Shintuya Going back to Shintuya

Day 7: Shintuya – Bosque Nublado

In the morning we continue our journey by boat to reach the port of Atalaya. In Atalaya our car will be waiting to take us back to our hostel in Chontachaca. This will be our last chance to enjoy a hike on one of the many trails available to us in the Chontachaca and to relax and soak up the tranquility of the jungle. We spend the night here.

Going back to Cusco Going back to Cusco

Day 8: Chontachaka – Cusco

After breakfast, time permitting, we shall have our last walk in the jungle and prepare ourselves for our trip back to Cusco. On the road we will make a short stop for lunch and will stop in interesting places, again in the Cloud Forest and our last stop in Paucartambo to have a coffee before the arrival to Cuzco. End of our services.

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