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Travel Amazon Wildlife – Manu National Park.

Travel Amazon Wildlife: Due to its location in the north eastern sector of the Peruvian territory, next to the equator and in the transition zone between the Andes and the Amazonian plains of Peru, the Amazonas Region presents diverse gradients of ecological altitude zones that generate a varied mosaic of ecosystems and life zones, which in turn contain a high species diversity of flora and fauna, of which many are considered endemic and of high value and a priority for the conservation at regional, national and global levels (Amazon Wildlife).

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COCHA OTORONGO MANU NATIONAL PARK . On the short trail to the lake, sightings of some of the 13 species of monkeys that inhabit the surrounding forest are common. Boats are not permitted on the lake but there are two dock platforms and a 15-metre high tower from which the lake’s wildlife can be observed. There’s a good chance of sighting the resident family of giant otters and perhaps the prehistoric hoatzin bird. Return to the tented camp in the late

Travel Amazon Wildlife 7days

  • Length of Travel: 7 Days /6 Nights a Travel Amazon Wildlife.
  • Type of service of Travel: Private or Group with Amazon Wildlife in Peru .
  • Location of Travel: Southern Peru, Madre de Dios Department, Manu National Park, Manu Tour.
  • Activities for the travel: Manu National Park, Manu Biosphere Reserve, Cusco, Puerto Maldonado, Cloud Forest, Pilcopata, Puerto Atalaya, Boca Manu, Wildlife Rainforest Lodge, Otorongo lake, lake Salvador
  • Altitude the travel: 600 – 4,000 m.a.s.l.
  • Best time to visit: March –  December, Recommended trips to Peru;
  • Departure of the travel: Every  Day to Amazon Wildlife .
  • Minimum of participants: 2 paxs to Amazon Wildlife .
  • Maximum of participants: 10 paxs to Amazon Wildlife .
  • Price per person for the travel: 00.00 us$

Quick Itinerary of the Manu National Park – Travel Amazon Wildlife

Cusco – Ninamarca – Pilcopata Town Manu National Park Reserve

  • Departure to the Manu Tour 5:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.
  • 1 Lunch , 1 Dinner .
  • Transfer by bus from (Cusco) Hotel .
  • Travel by car from Cusco to Pilcopata 185 km .
  • Visiting Ninamarka 3,700 m.s.n.m ,Pucartambo 2,906 m.s.n.m , Acjanacu 3,490 m.s.n.m .
  • Cloud Forest varies from 500 m to 4000 m above sea level.
  • Guide speak English .
  • Town Pilcopata 700 m.s.n.m.

Pilcopata Town and Atalaya Port to Rainforest Lodge .

  • Manu Tour 1 Breakfast ,1 Lunch ,  1 Dinner .
  • Guide Speak English  .
  • jungle Travel by car from Pilcopata to Atalaya Port 45 minutes .
  • Travel by Boat 8 hour from Atalaya Port to Lodge Boca Manu  .
  • Rubber boots.
  • Water .
  • Activities : Walk inside to Rainforest to Manu National Park , Night Walk
  • 1 Night in Our Lodge Boca Manu .

Rainforest Lodge to Boca Manu – Reserve Center .

  • Manu Tour .1 Breakfast , 1 Lunch , 1 Dinner .
  • Guide Speak English .
  • River Manu Travel by Boat from Boca Manu to Manu reserve -Otorongo lake .
  • Basic Lodge 1 Night  .
  • Rubber boots.
  • Water .
  • Activities :Afternoon Exploring Lake Otorongo .
  • Night Activities .

Manu Reserve Center Exploring Coccha Otorong and Salvador Lakes .

  • Manu Tour Guide Speak English and Spanish .
  • 5:00 :am get up  .
  • 1Breakfast , 1Lunch ,1 Dinner .
  • Basic Lodge 1 Night  .
  • Rubber boots.
  • Water .
  • Exploring Lake Otorongo Lake Salvador .
  • Night activities .

Biosphere Reseve Center to Otorongo Lake Exploring..

  • Manu Tour Guide Speak English and Spanish .
  • Guide Speak English .
  • From Manu Biosphere to Boca Manu Lodge 1 Night  .
  • Rubber boots.
  • Water .
  • Exploring Flora and Fauna .
  • River Manu Travel by Boat from Cocha Otorongo to Boca manu .
  • Night walk 

Manu Biosphere Reserve Otorongo Lake and Back to Boca Manu Rainforest Lodge  .

  • Manu Tour Guide Speak English snd Spanish .
  • 1Breakfast , 1Lunch Dinner  .
  • Travel Boat Back from Boca Manu to Rainforest Lodge 8 hours .
  • 1 night in our Raindorest Lodge  .
  • Rubber boots.
  • Water .
  • Night Walk .

Rainforest Lodge Manu & Atalaya Port Back to Cusco ..

  • Manu Tour  Guide Speak English and Spanish .
  • Guide Speak English .
  • 5:00 :am get up Parrot Clay Lick .
  • 1Breakfast , 1Lunch  .
  • Departure from our Lodge between 8:00 and 8:30 am .
  • Boat Back from our lodge to port Atalaya .
  • Private car for the group awaits us at the port atalaya return to the city of Cusco .
  • Arrival to Cusco between 7:00 and 7:30 pm.
  • End of service .

Map of Travel Amazon Wildlife 7days and 6nights

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ITINERARY TOUR

Travel Amazon Wildlife 7 days / 6 nights

Travel Amazon Wildlife day 1:  Cusco – Ninamarca – Pilcopata Town  Manu National Park Reserve .

We leave Cusco early in the morning to start our adventurous trip! First, we are taken by private transport to the place called Ninamarca to observe pre-Incan “chullpas” (tombs) of the Lupaca’s culture. Then, we continue to Paucartambo, a colonial town with narrow streets and beautiful church, where people still keep their old customs. Then, we ascend to the viewpoint Tres Cruces (3,900 masl) to observe one of the best sunrises of the world! From there, we start descending to the Manu National Park, a place of presence of cock of the rock (a Peruvian national bird), hummingbirds, strikingly coloured quetzals, trogons, spotted flycatcher and woolly monkey. From flora, we can view a variety of orchids, mosses, ferns, etc. Finally, we get to Pilcopata (700 masl) where we overnight in Tikari Lodge after enjoying dinner and shower.

Travel Amazon Wildlife  day 2:  Pilcopata Town and Atalaya Port to Rainforest Lodge .

After breakfast, we get on our private vehicle to ride for one and half an hour to the main port of the Manu National Park – Atalaya (500 masl). There, we board a motorized boat to continue for about 7 hours navigating on the Madre de Dios River. Along the river, we have a great opportunity to observe various species such as herons, vultures, kingfishers, turtles and some of 13 monkey species living in Manu! In the afternoon, we reach our next lodge situated in Boca Manu where we spend the night.
Optional: A night walk in the amazon Manu Tour

Travel Amazon Wildlife  day 3:  Rainforest Lodge  to Boca Manu –  Reserve Center  .

Today, we say good-bye to the Madre de Dios River to change for a navigation on the Manu River offering us other amazing views of a great variety of species living in and around it such as groups of turtles, white caimans, capybaras, jaguar (Panthera onca) resting on a log and watching its territory. In the afternoon, we reach a next .Amazon Wildlife called Arriving in the afternoon to our campsite in Otorongo . Later on, our Tour Guide takes us to the Otorongo Lake where an observation tower is placed allowing us to watch giant otters living there. During that, the Guide teaches us functions and secrets of the jungle. After that, we return to the lodge to have dinner and spend the night. Optional: A night walk in our trips Manu Tour

Travel Amazon Wildlife day 4:  Manu Reserve Center Exploring Coccha Otorong and Salvador Lakes .

Today, we visit the Salvador Lake in our silent rowing boat that allows us observing a family of playful giant river otters, black caimans as well as many rare bird species including a prehistoric bird called shansho! You can be sure that animals here in wild Amazon Manu have never suffered from hunting by people . In the afternoon we return to our campsite in Otorongo.  SAFARI CAMPING (in bed and mosquito net). Showers and toilets available.

Optional: A night walk in the Manu Tour

Travel Amazon Wildlife day 5:  Manu Biosphere Reseve Center to Otorongo Lake  Exploring.

In the morning, our group starts the travel on boat from Otorongo Lake and explorer to amazon offering us to see more wildlife.we follow some Amazon paths while watching other mammal’s species. In the afternoon, we return to our lodge to rest in the Reserve center Manu Tour

Travel Amazon Wildlife  day 6:  Manu Biosphere Reserve Otorongo Lake and Back to Boca Manu Rainforest Lodge .

Today surely starts with a howler monkey scream that wake us up. After breakfast, we navigate on the ManuRiver to Boca Manu. We change there for the Madre de Dios River and continue navigating until reaching Rainforest Lodge, a place of our next overnight in wildlife Manu Tour

Travel  amazon Wildlife day 7: Rainforest Lodge Manu & Atalaya Port Back to Cusco .

We wake up very early today to go by boat to see a 10 minute far away parrot clay-lick! After that, we get back to the lodge where we are served breakfast adding us energy for our last travel so that we board amotorized boat and start navigating towards the Atalaya Port. Our private vehicle awaits us there to take us back to Cusco. We arrive there approximately between 6 and 6:30 pm.

End of jungle travel services with Amazon Wildlife

INCLUDES/ NOT INCLUDES

IncludeS in the Travel Amazon Wildlife 7 days / 6 nights:

  •  A professional naturalist Tour Guide;
  •   Motorboat transportation;
  •   Private vehicle land transportation;
  •   Entrance Fee  to  Reserved Zone of the Manu National Park;
  •   A professional Cook,
  •   Meals: 6 Breakfast, 7 Lunch, 6 Dinner and drinking water (Please note: vegetarian option upon request for no extra cost!);
  •   Accommodation: 6 Nights in our lodges;
  •   First aid kit, including a poison extractor, mosquito bite treatment and an antidote for a snake bite;
  •   Radio communications;
  •  Rubber boots.

Not includeS in the Travel Amazon Wildlife 7 days:

  •  Any flight nor airport departure taxes;
  •   Travel insurance;
  •   Vaccination;
  •   Breakfast on the first day and dinner on the last day;
  •   Drinks;
  •   Tips to local staff.

What to take with you to the Travel Amazon Wildlife 7 days:

  •  Mosquito repellent (DEET 35 recommended as a MINIMUM!!),
  •   Original passport,
  •   Small backpack,
  •   Long sleeved cotton shirts (preferably green coloured),
  •   Long cotton trousers,
  •   Cotton long socks (to be put into your trousers),
  •   Comfortable walking shoes,
  •   Sandals or light shoes,
  •   Rain gear (e.g. rain poncho),
  •   Sweater (for the beginning of the tour in Andes and the cloud forest only),
  •   Swimsuit;
  •   Binoculars (we also rent it),
  •   Camera and its charger,
  •   Plastic bags to be used for clothes and a camera,
  •   A hat as a protection against the Sun or rain,
  •   Toiletries,
  •   Small towel,
  •   Toilet paper,
  •   Sun cream,
  •   Sunglasses,
  •   Flashlight (with spare bulb and batteries),
  •   A bottled water (1 litre as a minimum),
  •   Pocket money (Soles) to buy some beverages and souvenirs as well as to tip.

 

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TOUR GALLERY

Relation of the Machiguenga Communal Reserve with the National System of Natural Protected Areas by the State  The current legislation establishes that in Peru there are 9 definitive categories of natural areas national administration and a provisional category (Reserved Zone). consists of 54 ANPs and 9 Reserved Areas covering a total area of 18 045 348.49 hectares, representing 14.04% of the national territory. SINANPE is comprised of indirect use areas such as National Parks (12),  the National Sanctuaries (8), the Historical Sanctuaries (4); by areas of direct use, such as National Reserves (11), Wildlife Refuges (2), Landscape Reserves (2), Reserves Communal (7), Protected Forests (6), Game Reserves (2); for the Reserved Areas (9); as well as by the Buffer Zones. The complementary ANPs to SINANPE are the Conservation and the Private Conservation Areas 1. The Community Reserves are “areas devoted to the conservation of wild flora and fauna, in benefit of local populations and peasant or native communities

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Still, the ecological crisis that our planet is going through at the moment is threatening to deteriorate all this natural richness. As a global process, the ecological crisis has given rise to an intense debate about the environmental problems, motivating a series of international agreements and commitments, seeking to reduce and buffer the risks (Amazon Wildlife).

The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) of Amazon, signed by Peru, has oriented the approval of conservation and sustainable use policies of biological diversity in the form of national strategies. Because of the Amazonia’s importance for the national and global biodiversity, the elaboration process of the Regional Strategy on Amazonian Biological Diversity was carried out in the framework of the National Biological Diversity Strategy. The effort was pushed forward by the focal points of the Amazonian departments of Loreto, Ucayali, San Martín and Madre de Dios (Travel Amazon Wildlife).

According to the evaluation studies of the Conservation Assessment of the Terrestrial Ecoregions of Latin America the main type of ecosystem that can be found in Amazonas is the Broad Leave Tropical Forest, which in turn contains three main habitats: the Broad Leave Humid Tropical Forest, Broad Leave Dry Tropical Forest, and Mountain Grasslands, belonging to the bioregions of Amazonia, Central Andes and Northern Andes. Additionally, the studies show that six ecoregions can be found in Amazonas: Peruvian Yungas (30%), Mountain Forests of the Royal Eastern Cordillera (26%). Humid Forests of the Ucayali River (16%), Humid Forests of the Napo River (14%), Dry Forests of Marañón (10%), and Desert of the Central Cordillera (4%).

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Amazon Wildlife World in Peru: The Amazon basin contains vast amounts of carbon, but spatial variation in forest conditions and carbon density  challenges national and sub‐national participation in the UNFCCC program to reduce deforestation and forest degradation  – Peru.  Managers of forested land can increase their carbon credits via detailed monitoring of forest cover, loss and gain (hectares), and periodic estimates of changes in forest carbon density (Amazon Wildlife Travel).

The Carnegie Institution for Science, in collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund  the Peruvian Ministry of Environment and the Amazon Conservation Association  Peru, present an integrated satellite‐ airborne mapping approach for high‐resolution carbon stock assessment and monitoring in tropical forest regions (Amazon Wildlife travel).

In September 2009 in Peru, the new method was successfully tested on 4,300,500 hectares of lowland Amazon forest in the municipality of Madre de Dios, Peru Amazon.  The demonstration provided estimates of aboveground carbon density at a spatial resolution of 30 meters, making it one of the largest high‐resolution biomass mapping studies in the world (Amazon Wildlife Travel).

Amazon Wildlife Peru: The new approach involves four steps undertaken in concert to produce a rapid high resolution forest carbon assessment:
Mapping of forest cover, deforestation and degradation history using freely available satellite data and Carnegie Landsat Analysis System-lite (CLASlite) – Peru;
Large‐area mapping of forest canopy three‐dimensional structure using airborne Light Detection and Ranging  Peru;
Conversion structural data to aboveground carbon density using ‐carbon metrics with a tactical use of field calibration plots – Peru;
Integration of the satellite maps with the airborne  data to set a regional, high resolution baseline carbon estimate – Peru.

This new approach yields an estimated 397.6 million tonnes of aboveground carbon throughout forests of southern Madre de Dios – Peru Amazon Wildlife. Reduced forest cover and carbon density from natural sources, human deforestation and forest degradation mapped by and shows that regional carbon stocks are 32.4% lower than the mean Tier‐I estimate derived from the IPCC Good Practice Guidelines (2006 – Peru).  The new carbon maps show localized areas of higher carbon stocks in some forests than predicted from global mapping approaches, but there are also widespread reductions in biomass attributable to recent deforestation and degradation that was previously undetected without high‐resolution satellite and airborne  techniques (Travel Amazon Wildlife).

Peruvian Amazon: While the IPCC Tier‐I estimates report an uncertainty of 90% or more and do not resolve the natural and human‐ driven variation in carbon density, this demonstration has an uncertainty of 10% and resolves detailed spatial variation in carbon stocks at high spatial resolution (Travel Amazon Wildlife).

Peru Amazon: High‐resolution forest carbon monitoring is currently considered technically challenging, potentially labor‐intensive and thus an expensive undertaking.  Carnegie, WWF, MINAM and ACA demonstrate that a combination of free satellite monitoring technology with an affordable level of aircraft‐based LiDAR mapping can provide spatially‐ resolved, regional biomass estimates that will improve the monitoring of carbon stocks, losses and recovery in forests over time (Amazon Wildlife Travel).

Amazon Wildlife World: Rapid advances and decreasing costs in the satellite and airborne mapping sectors are already making high‐ resolution carbon stock and emissions assessments viable anywhere in the Amazon.

While Carnegie, WWF, and its partners work to produce the most relevant science, the ultimate aim is facilitating this new science to support informed forest decision‐making. Carnegie’s capacity‐building program focuses on the provisioning, strategic training and support of scientific methods tailored to respond to the needs of government and non‐government organizations.  This example from Madre de Dios, Peru demonstrates that commitment is Amazon Wildlife.

Amazon Wildlife World: Institutional partnerships, from the science, governmental and non‐ governmental sectors, were developed and strengthened through the process to complete a ground‐ breaking experience both scientifically and institutionally (Amazon Wildlife Peru).

 

Native Town Manu National Park  – Amazon Willdife Peru .

Offspring of the rivers collecting the eggs of birds and turtles in the extensive sandy beaches. In the rainy season they take refuge in the high parts of the basin, living from hunting, fishing and harvesting wild fruits including Brazil nuts or Brazil nuts. Some groups, such as the Machiguenga and the Pyros, practice poly-specific agriculture (cultivation of a variety of species in low density) on temporarily exploiting farms, then letting them “rest” for a long time in amazon wildlife peru – manu park . This practice, which favors the natural regeneration of the forest, obliges the natives to maintain a basically sedentary behavior, grouping in villages of some dozens of families, some of which have been recognized as Native Communities. Such is the case of the Machiguenga communities of Tayakome and Yomibato, inside the Park Manu Park Amazon Wildlife Peru , and Diamante, located on the Alto Madre de Dios River, in the Cultural Zone. At the moment the natives of the Manu  amazon Peru wildlife enjoy a safe territory where to live conserving their ancestral traditions. Their transit through the Park is free and they are entitled to make use of the resources of the region, as long as the balance of the ecosystems does not change. Some of these ethnic groups have been constituted in organized groups and they have official representation before the administrative authorities of the Park Manu Amazon Wildlife Peru , especially through the Federation of Natives of Madre de Dios As already mentioned, after complicated bureaucratic procedures some groups have managed to establish themselves as Native Communities recognized by the State. This legal recognition gives them the right to exercise their territorial sovereignty and to gradually incorporate themselves into modern society through economic activities such as the manufacture of canoes, the cultivation of agricultural products, as well as participating in the scientific and tourism activities that take place in the Manu National Park Amazon Wildlife Peru .

Scientific investigation of the Amazon Wildlife Peru –  Manu National Park .
Scientific research has played a vital role in the worldwide dissemination and recognition of the enormous ecological wealth that surrounds the Manu Park Amazon Wildlife Peru . The Cocha-Cashu Biological Station, built in 1969 by professors and students of the National Agrarian-La Molina University as part of an agreement with the Zoological Society of Frankfurt. As a first scientific project, the researcher, assisted by his Peruvian Amazon  assistant Jorge Cardenas, carried out an inventory and study of the ecology of the black lizard (Methane-likeus niger), abundant in Cashu Lake between 1970 and 1972. In 1973, Dr. John Terborgh, of Princeton University, decided to make a trip to the Manu Park Amazon Wildlife . This visit would prove to be momentous in his career: after more than ten years of traveling in the Amazon Wildlife , the scholar had never found a place with such diversity and abundance of species, particularly of primates. In 1974, the experiment was to establish a group of biologists and students led by Dr. Terborgh, who, with the approval of the then General Directorate of Forestry and Wildlife Amazon  of the Ministry of Agriculture, began a series of investigations continue to develop to this day. Through their work, Terborgh and his collaborators, researchers from different American institutions, as well as Peruvian Amazon  scientists and from all over the world – have given the Cocha-Cashu Station well-deserved fame. In their trails and lake they have been studied from ants to jaguars; also the ecology of primates and the systematic of hundreds of plants, as well as birds, river wolves, alligators, turtles, toads and frogs. On the other hand, the riverside succession dynamic mechanism of natural regeneration of the tropical forest from the formation of beaches and secondary forests and the productivity of the different ecosystems, calculating the production of food resources per unit area, have been studied. Today more and more Peruvian Amazon Wildlife  students have access to the Manu Park Amazon Peru  and benefit from the knowledge acquired in field techniques and modern research. Serious and systematic study of each animal and plant species, their relationships and balance, contribute to the Park maintain its well-earned prestige worldwide. The latter attracts increasing interest, especially at the level of conservation groups, which in turn facilitates the collection of funds that serve to provide the Manu with more and better resources for research, administration and control of the protected area (Amazon Wildlife )

Ecotourism to Manu National Park – Amazon Wildlife Peru   .
An interesting development factor for the area is also ecotourism or “tourism towards nature”. From the 1970s onwards, the global orientation of tourism was an important turning point towards the natural regions of the planet. First came the interest in Africa, with its impressive concentrations of wildlife. Later South America would become a key destination for eco-tourists. It is thus as a growing number of visitors went to the tropical regions of the subcontinent in order to appreciate its abundant flora and fauna and their diverse native cultures. The problem, however, lay in the marked difficulty of observing large animals in the Amazon. Because of this, many areas were discarded because of their proximity to human settlements, which combined with the destruction of forests limited the supply of suitable places to enjoy nature in an unaltered state. In that circumstance the Manu park Amazon Park  emerged as an exceptional alternative: the virtual inaccessibility of its territory and the amazing animal and plant diversity of its forests have made it a privileged destination for a tourism controlled and respectful of nature. Since the formal beginning of this activity in the Park in 1980, the arrival of visitors attracted by the worldwide fame of the Manu Amazon Peru  has been increasing notably. Every year a few hundred (Amazon Wildlife  )  of fortunate visitors arrive at the Manu  wildlife  amazon and, with prior authorization from the administration of the Park, walk trails set in the trails and lakes of the Reserved Zone  manu national park . Only some tourist companies are authorized to operate in the interior of this protected area. Grouped in ECOTUR-Manu, an inter-company association, they maintain a close link with the administration of this unit conservation, permanently training the field guides and coordinating actions aimed at improving the services provided to the visitor and to reduce the impact of the activities on the natural environment. Although ecotourism is capable of providing significant economic resources for the management and conservation of the area, it is clear that this activity requires objectives and organization and, above all, requires setting limits in accordance with the conservation of the environment. Tourism in the Manu should be oriented according to the needs and requirements of nature, and not vice versa  amazon wildlife  peru .

 

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