Manu Wildlife Center, located in southeastern Peru, is one of the largest parks in South America. The area of the park encompasses parts of the Andean department of Cusco and the jungle department of Madre de Dios.
Manu protects over 2 million hectares (4.5 million acres) of territory rich in flora and fauna in a variety of habitats including high Andes, cloud forests, and lowland tropical rain forests. UNESCO officially recognizes this natural paradise as a world heritage site.
In 1977 Manu was designated as a World Biosphere Reserve because it contains the best existing example of biodiversity in protected areas of rain forest, as well as endemic areas of cloud forest.
|Location:||Between Madre de Dios and Cusco|
|Duration:||04 days – 03 nights|