Cusco To Manu National Park
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7day Tour to Manu National Park by Bus
Day 1 Minivan Ride from Cusco – Guadalupe Lodge The beginning of the Manu Road passes through numerous dry inner-mountain valleys and picturesque villages. A brief call at Ninamarca will give you the possibility to explore the pre-Incas tombs within this well archaeological site. The road includes various stops, so you can enjoy seeing the surrounding landscapes varying from high-mountains to humid forests. Next stop will occur in the village of Paucartambo which features beautiful arched colonial bridge.
From Paucartambo the altitude will keep on increasing and the setting gradually gets enveloped by a cloudy mist. The road leads you to Acjanaco pass consisting in the main gateway to Manu National Park. Do not miss the splendid view when looking down toward the lowlands! In such environment filled with lichens and moss-carpeted soil, spotting birds will be the main target. You will get the chance to stare at a large variety of birds ranging from the Peruvian national bird, the brightly red Andean Cock-of-the-Rock displays to tanagers, toucans or quetzals.
The path will head down to the Guadalupe lodge m. Overnight in the lodge Day 2 Guadalupe Lodge – River Boat Trip to Casa Matsiguenka Cusco To Manu National Park waking up and taking breakfast early in the morning then You will be transferred to the Atalaya port where you can appreciate the view of myriads of colourful birds and a rich wildlife.
After 4 hours, you will reach the confluence with the Manu river we enter the wild Manu National Park a brief stop at Limonal Park Ranger Station for check in, the exciting trip begins with full of sightings experiences, every river bend will bring us a view of unspoiled beauty. Overnight, Casa Matsiguenka Lodge. Apart from the lake, the forest around Salvador Lake and the lodge is some of the best Amazonian rainforest we have seen, and a nice network of trails allows us to leisurely stroll on flat trails the rest of the day.
Please notice that the time Glacier National Park To Great Falls Mt visit the Salvador lagoon on this day its subject of availability Day 4 Casa Matsiguenka – Otorongo Canopy Tower – Trails During the morning time you will explore the trails that crosses the Terra Firme forest, where the world famous brazil Nuts grows, the guide will briefly explain about it biology, following the narrow trail, we walk towards the small clay lick that attracts parakeets and medium sized macaws, the clay lick is also a highlight of the trip, early in the morning these birds congregates to eat the clay, which they need on their diet, this activity might take at least a couple of hours.
Day 5 Casa Matsiguenka – Boca Manu Airport – Flight to Cusco On this morning we take our return trip by motor boat along the Manu river downstream, wildlife sights has Cusco To Manu National Park possibilities on this morning as we will be leaving as early possiblewe maybe able to see large black caimans, capibaras even the large wildcats then we to reach the Limonal Park Ranger Station for check OUT.
We will arrive to the Boca Manu airstrip and will be Cusco To Manu National Park our flight back to Cusco that usually last 45 minutes. Write your Review Your email address will not be published.
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To go from Pilcolpata to Salvacion there are buses and taxis that you can share. This helps to optimize your time since you can learn about some of the history and culture without delaying the journey. Off the beaten track Lodges If your tour goes along the edge of the Park not protected legally by the government or Manu Cultural Zone a potential weakness of the lodge or campsite maybe its location in the vicinity of villages, communities or the main road which is surrounded by secondary growth vegetation.