Manu Biosphere 8 Days Tour

The Manu National Park was created in 1973. It's 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 & elfin forests on the Andean slopes and reaching

Tambopata National Reserve 6 Days Tour

If you are searching everywhere for something different, let's say, for a more in-depth Amazonic way of life, then the Tambopata Research Center (TRC) suits you best. Stay for 5 unforgettable nights & 6 stunning days within the Tambopata National Reserve (TNR) to explore a wild variety of habitats around the Tambopata Research Center. The different habitats

Tambopata Reserve 5 days Tour

Looking for a more in-depth Amazonic experience?...Why don't you pay us a visit to talk it over?... Well, then the Tambopata Research Center (TRC) suits your needs best. After staying the first night at our Amazonas Lodge, reach out for the largest known Macaw Clay Lick on the second day of your trip and explore the trails of the

Manu Cultural Zone 5 days Tour

The Manu National Park is a protected natural reserved zone, situated in Southeastern Peru, parcially ubicated in the regions of Cusco & Madre de Dios, within the provinces of Paucartambo & Manu. With a territory of 1'532,806 hectares (or square

Tambopata Rainforest 4 Days Tour

Due to our new boat schedules, you can now visit one of the most remote lodges in South America with a quick 4-day, 3-night trip. If you are looking for a more in-depth Amazon experience, then the Tambopata Research Center (TRC) suits you best. Although known for its ongoing research of macaws for more than 25 years, there is much more to see

Manu national Park 3 days Tour

The Manú National Park is a place where you can get lost to start a really thrilling adventure if you like to face the possibility of risks about encountering a tiger or an anaconda just in front of you. It remains almost as untouched by civilization as it was more than 70 years ago, and before becoming protected by the Peruvian government, the MNP was protected thanks to its inaccessibility. It stays fairly inaccessible by road to this day. It is the largest NP in Peru, covering a total area of 18,811 km².