For tour of Manu Zone Reserved Natural Paradise 7D by bus and flight begins very early in cusco from where we will ascend to the high jungle and observe endemic species, then we will enter the National Park of Manu sailing in boats, along this trip we will observe species of birds and mammals on the banks from the river. We will make a stop in Aguas Calientes to cool off and later we will enter the Reserved Zone, Cocha Otorongo, from a tower we will observe river wolves; then we head towards Cocha Salvador aboard a catamaran we will observe giant otters, species of monkeys and birds. We will return to Cusco by bus and on the way we will make interesting stops as in the snowy Ausangate.
We pick up from your hotel very early in the morning from 5:30 a.m. at 6:00 a.m. in our comfortable and private bus. On the way, we visit the funerary towers or Chullpas de Ninamarca at 3750 meters above sea level and a brief visit to Paucartambo, a folkloric town, a colonial bridge. We ascend to the upper area of Paucartambo, the Acjanaco sector. (4000 m.s.n.m) This is the point of entry to the Manu National Park. Then we descend through the mysterious cloud forest , which hosts a great variety of flora and fauna, full of beautiful orchids, heliconias and primitive ferns. We toke a walk to give you the opportunity to witness the Cock of the Rocks (Rupícola Peruviana) in the ritual of mating. There are also possibilities to observe Trogones (Trogon sp.), Quetzales (Pharomachrus sp.) In addition, much more and if we are lucky we can observe Spectacled Bear (Tremantus Ornatos). In the afternoon, we arrive at a village Pilcopata at 550 meters above sea level in our typical lodge that is outside the town with private bathrooms and showers where we will spend the night.
After the delicious breakfast we continue our trip 45 minutes by bus to watchtower port on the way we observe coca and fruit tree plantations, orchids, we embark on motorized boat by the Madre de Dios river. On the way, we can see a variety of birds, such as herons, 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 (Panther Onca) we also have a stop in natural hot springs, to take medicinal baths, if we still have time we visit the Native community of Diamante to see their typical constructions of houses and see the wild fruits they have. 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 bathrooms.
After breakfast, we enter the reserve area where we will have a better opportunity to observe the biodiversity that the Manu offers, a brief stop in the rangers stations. 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 the river giant otters. Here in the Manu the animals have never suffered hunting persecution by men. Night in safari camp, 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 wolves 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.
After a delicious breakfast, we continue with our trip in the imposing MANU RIVER. Until arriving at the lodge. Night in lodge with bathrooms.
After a delicious and nutritious breakfast, we will continue with our itinerary traveling by boat to Colorado, then continue the trip by bus to Puerto Carlo where we will take the option to return by bus until Cusco. Approximately, at 9pm at night, on the way we make stops in interesting places to go through the pass near the snowy Ausangate, which reaches 6300 m.s.n.m. we leave at your lodgel. In addition, the other passengers who wish to take the flight from Puerto Maldonado continue the trip to the city of Puerto Maldonado. Night in hotel.
Depending on the time of the flight. They usually arrive in Cusco at 1:00 p.m.
This adventure begins very early in the morning in Cusco from where we will ascend to the high jungle and observe endemic species, then we will enter the National Park of Manu sailing in boats, along this trip we will observe species of birds and mammals on the banks from the river. We will make a stop in Aguas Calientes to cool off and later we will enter the Reserved Zone, Cocha Otorongo, from a tower we will observe river wolves; then we head towards Cocha Salvador aboard a catamaran we will observe giant otters, species of monkeys and birds. We will return to Cusco by bus and on the way we will make interesting stops as in the snowy Ausangate.