This journey starts in Cusco, from land to forest, passing by the Inca cemetery Ninamarca and the Inca village of Paucartambo. Upon reaching the Madre de Dios department you can feel the warm air and the exuberant vegetation of the jungle area. A unique experience begins here, which is only planned for adventurers.
The Manu National Park, located in Madre de Dios, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, due to having the highest level of biodiversity in the world. Manu is one of the largest and most important conservation units in the world, home for a large variety of species such as toucans, macaws, parrots, egrets, tapirs, turtles, and the refuge for river
On the walk to Maquisapayoj you can soak up the wildlife, watching herons, crows, vultures, crocodiles and some of the 13 species of monkeys that live in Manu. At night you’ll delight listening insects, frogs and reptiles.
If you enjoy bird watching, this is the right place. In this National Park macaws show themselves in all their splendor, with colorful parrots, which give a fabulous show pecking and eating clay on the banks of the river. The tour ends in the town of Atalaya and you return to Cusco.