Experience Manu Wildlife with

Experience Manu Wildlife with

Amazon Trails Peru Manu & Trekking Tour Operator

Manu Tours

Manu Tours

Manu National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987. Manu's pristine and highly biodiverse forest offers ideal conditions to see wildlife and can be easily reached from Cusco.

Manu National Park was created in 1973. It is one of the largest and most important conservation units of the world. Being the largest tropical park in America Manu protects an entire virgin watershed, comprising great extensions of tropical lowland rainforest at 300 m as well as cloud and elfin forests on the Andean slopes and reaching up to Puna grasslands at 4100 m above sea level.

Amazon Trails Peru offer tours from 3 to 8 days to explore this magnificent and pristine Amazon forest. Tours take you from Cusco over the Andes and through the cloud forest by private transport. The lowland rainforest is explored by river travel and on several walks.

We offer
3 Types of Tours :
the Manu Biosphere Reserve Tours , Manu National Park Tours and the Manu Cultural Zone Tours.

Our focus is on
wildlife observation, but special interest tours can also be arranged.

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Manu Biosphere Tours

The Manu Biosphere Tours – 5 or 7 days - take you all the way to the lowland rainforest of Manu to show you the highlights of Manu with limited time.
We visit the big macaw clay lick, the oxbow lakes in Blanquillo and the tapir clay lick of the Maquisapayoj private reserve. Don't miss out on the 42 m canopy platform!

Manu National Park Tours

The Manu National Park Tours - 7 or 8 days – offer a complete tour of Manu, including the Reserved Zone of the Park. We visit the Salvador & Otorongo oxbow lakes to see giant river otters, but also travel to the big macaw clay lick and the tapir lick in Maquisapayoj.
Meet the
Machiguenga Indians at their lodge inside the Reserved Zone!

Manu Cultural Zone Tours

The Manu Cultural Zone Tours - 4 or 3 days - take you to the cloud forest of the eastern slopes of the Andes (Manu road) and to the upper lowland forest (around 500 - 600m altitude).
Great for bird and monkey observation. Also suitable for families with younger children.

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