First of all we will wake up very early, for begins birdwatching long route for cloud forest, area reserved Of 10D/9N, cloud forest and area reserved we will begins in Cusco, observing endemic birds from the high jungle area, then we enter the Manu National Park, during the whole trip we observe species like the cock of the rocks, trogons, hummingbirds, toucans, etc. We will navigate the Madre de Dios River to observe more bird species such as the jungle condor, as well as other animals such as the jaguar and otters and nocturnal owls. We will visit the reserved area of the Manu National Park as Cocha Otorongo, Cocha Salvador, Matchiguenga community, Boca Manu in all of them we will observe the species of birds that inhabit the Park. We will enjoy the spectacle of the large collpa of colorful Macaws and in the Cocha Camungo we will observe giant otters, we will also observe many more species from an observation tower.
First of all we will get up very early, we will pick yuo up from your hotel in our confortable private bus, we get out cusco to huacarpay lagoon, where can observe many species of the birds, as well as plumbeous lane , lane rusti fronted. hummingbirds the bearded mountaineer sparrowhawks, hawks, some species of birds are observed around the lagoon. Then we will continue traveling along the road to the famous Manu National Park, on the way we will observe varieties of Andean bird species at 3750 meters above sea level and a short visit to Paucartambo, a folkloric town. We ascend to the upper area of Paucartambo. Acjanaco is the highest point at 4000 meters above sea level. Then we descend through the mysterious cloud forest, which houses a wide variety of flora and fauna full of beautiful orchids, heliconias and primitive ferns. We made a walk to appreciate the Cock of the Rocks (Rupicola peruviana) in the mating ritual. There is also the possibility of observing Trogones (Trogón sp.) Quetzales, hummingbirds, toucans, nightjars, etc. In the afternoon we will arrive at our hostel.
Very early in the morning we will observe cock of the rocks (rupícola peruviana) in its morning ritual and the species that fly in flocks as well as the Amazonian umbrella bird (cephalopteros ornatus) and Trogones.
Here we have the option to observe many hummingbirds and endemic birds of the jungle.
For this day we will have a delicious breakfast we continue our journey 45 minutes by bus to watchtower port on the way we observe coca and fruit tree plantations, orchids, BIRDS OF DIFFERENT SPECIES. We boarded a motorized boat along the Madre de Dios River to our Paititi lodge; in this place, we have the option of observing some 30 species of birds. On the way we can see a variety of birds, such as herons, eagles, Kingfisher and always the presence of vultures of which the most spectacular is the condor of the jungle, the king of vultures (Sarcoramphus papa), the Jaguar (Pantera Onca) and at night we can see nocturnal birds like owls.
We continue on our boat along the Madre de Dios high river, likewise we have a stop in natural hot waters, to take relaxing medicinal baths, in the We have the option of seeing many birds on the beaches of Manu. In the afternoon we arrive at the village of Boca Manu (280 m.s.n.m.), where we have the accommodation. lodge with showers and baths and visit the island of the valleys to look for the chicken of the mountain hoatzin, herons, Muscovy duck and anthills.
Today, we will enter the reserve area where we will have more opportunity to observe the biodiversity that the Manu offers, a brief stop in the rangers station. The boat trip continues and one begins to realize why Manu is so famous for its wildlife. On the banks of the river, there are groups of turtles, white alligators (Cayman cocodrylus) or perhaps some ronsocos (Hydrochoerus, hydrochaeris) and many more. In the afternoon we arrived at our safari camp in Cocha Otorongo, (250 m.s.n.m) (double beds inside platforms) shortly after we organized a walk to visit the lake and the observation tower of 30 meters from where we have the opportunity to observe river giant otters and BIRD. Here in the Manu the animals have never suffered hunting persecution by men. Night in safari camping on platforms with roof double beds with mosquito net. Showers and shared bathrooms.
The group visits Cocha Salvador today which is 30 minutes from Cocha Otorongo. Today they explore walking in the virgin primary forest. we visit the lake to paddle silently in a catamaran that gives us the possibility to observe the giant otters of the river again and a great variety of strange birds; the sultana cock (Porphyrula Martinica or the Garga Agami ( Agamia) and monkeys of different species are almost certainly observed 9 species of the 14 species. We later walked on the main trails with the guide to learn the operation and secrets of the tropical forest. Brief visit to Casa Matchiguenka to buy some crafts in the afternoon we return to our camp in Cocha Otorongo. Night in camp on platforms with roof. Beds with mosquito net Showers and shared bathrooms available. Optional night walk.
Day 8 of cocha otorongo we will have a delicious breakfast, the group continues its boat trip to navigate the Alto Madre de Dios river. On the way, we can see a wide variety of birds, such as herons, kingfishers, tangaranas, toucans, quetzals, jumping paujil, anthills, carpenters, overnight in a hostel with showers and bathrooms. The next day we will wake up very early and then go to the large Colorful Macaw Collpa of six species, where we will have the opportunity to observe the spectacular show in the clay lick of a few hundred Parrots and Macaws. Here we will see the beautiful orange-cheeked Parrot, hundreds of Blue-headed Parrots as well as Crowned Mealy and Yellow Parrots. More small visitors include Blanco-mirado, Alado de cobalto and Oscuro-cheeeked parrot lets, the rest of the time, we will spend hiking to see more varieties of birds and the area's forest.
We continued with our adventure so we will visit the lake of Camungo to observe Giant Otters of the River (Pteronura brasiliensis) and the different varieties of birds, we also have the opportunity to go up to the tower to observe many birds and monkeys. In the afternoon, we embark in boat upriver to Boca Manu where we will spend the night. Night in lodge with bathrooms and showers available. The area around this shelter has the most forest types from everywhere in the Manu area, and thus the highest biological diversity, which means most of the species of birds. Large grasping bamboo stands and many local and highly sought-after species and coupled with extensive Varzea. Tierra Firme and the floodplain mature forest of Transition. this means a startled variety of bird life. Although, the research on birds is in its early stages we hope this shelter the area to hold more species of birds than elsewhere in the world. then we will spend time in a pavilion observation tower accessed by a metallic spiral staircase looking at the crowds of flag that include Antwerp of Sclater, Budgerigar Parakeets Chestmut-winged foliage and Lineated and Dark-billed Parrotlet. Then we went to our lodge to spend the second night.
After our beautiful trip and get to know our jungle, very early we return by boat to Colorado for an approximate of 3 hours, then we take our car for an approximate of 4 hours if you have a flight from 4pm to Cusco or Lima on the last flights.
This 10-day adventure begins in Cusco, observing endemic birds from the high jungle area, then we enter the Manu National Park, during the whole trip we observe species like the cock of the rocks, trogons, hummingbirds, toucans, etc. We will navigate the Madre de Dios River to observe more bird species such as the jungle condor, as well as other animals such as the jaguar and otters and nocturnal owls. We will visit the reserved area of the Manu National Park as Cocha Otorongo, Cocha Salvador, Matchiguenga community, Boca Manu in all of them we will observe the species of birds that inhabit the Park. We will enjoy the spectacle of the large collpa of colorful Macaws and in the Cocha Camungo we will observe giant otters, we will also observe many more species from an observation tower.