Manu Expeditions Adventure and Wildlife Tours are a bespoke professional company based in Peru and the longest established authorized operator in the Manu Biosphere Reserve and National Park. We have been outfitting rainforest and mountain expeditions and tours since 1983. The company is owned and run by husband and wife team Barry Walker (who doubles as British Consul in Cusco) and Rosario Velarde ...
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This Trip is the Complete Manu Experience because we visit all points of interest in the Manu National Park. From Cocha’s Salvador and Otorongo, the pristine Manu River, the Blanquillo Macaw Lick, Mammal and Tapir Licks and walk-up Canopy Towers. A fantastic combination of comfortable lodges and wildlife attractions. Some of the time will be spent canoeing the lake on a floating catamarans observing ox-bow lake animal life from the water. We may encounter an Agami Heron or a Sungrebe and Shock-headed & Large-headed Capuchin Monkeys are usually feeding on fruits nearby. We look for a family of Giant Otters that live here. These, the world’s largest freshwater carnivores, remain common only in Manu.
A short intense trip to Manu staying 3 nights at the comfortable Manu Wildlife Centre This trip has several major wildlife attractions – the Blanquillo Macaw and Parrot lick, a Tapir lick where in the comfort of mattresses and mosquito nets you may watch the largest of all South American Land Mammals visit, plus Oxbow Lakes with floating Catamarans for observing Giant Otters and other lake-side wildlife and two walk-up canopy towers to get you into the rainforest canopy.
An Andean Adventure by mule and foot to Inca lost cities in the remote Vilcabamba cloud forests of the Peruvian Andes. Beyond Machu Picchu lies a remote, wild region of cold high uplands and hot tropical valleys known as the Vilcabamba. The is a steep mountainous region of and last refuge for the Inca resisting the Spanish colonization of Peru. Our ultimate goal is to visit the large Inca ceremonial city of Choquequirao, a distant replication of its more famous sister site Machu Picchu