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How To Travel To Manu Peru? Cusco to Manu National Park

If you’re looking for a truly unique and unforgettable travel experience, then Manu National Park in Peru is the perfect destination. This stunning park is located within the Amazon rainforest. The Manu is home to an abundance of wildlife and beautiful scenery that will take your breath away. But how do you get there? Here’s all you need to know about traveling from Cusco to Manu National Park. 

Getting to Puerto Maldonado

The easiest way to get from Cusco to Manu National Park is by taking a flight, or bus ride directly into Puerto Maldonado. There are several daily flights available with LATAM Airlines from Cusco Airport, and bus services departing from Cusco’s bus terminal. 

Once you have arrived at Puerto Maldonado, there are two options for reaching Manu: by boat or van transfer. If time permits, we recommend taking the boat route. It offers spectacular views of the surrounding landscape, along with opportunities for spotting wildlife like caimans and giant river otters. Just remember not to approach them too closely! 

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Visiting the Manu Peru National Park

The final stop before entering Manu Peru is Boca Colorado Port. The Manu National Park has much to offer. From hiking trails through lush tropical forests filled with exotic animals, to traditional indigenous communities & local markets. There really isn’t anything else quite like it anywhere else in South America! 

Manu National Park is one of the most diverse and spectacular areas in Peru. It is located in the southeastern corner of the country. Manu National Park stretches over 1 million hectares. It covers a great range of ecosystems, including lowland tropical rainforest, cloud forest, high-altitude grasslands and wetlands. 

The park is home to an incredible variety of wildlife and plants. It makes it a haven for nature lovers from around the world. The park was established in 1973 to protect its unique biodiversity. It also have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within its boundaries lies some of the planet’s last remaining pristine habitats; untouched by human development or interference with nature’s balance. 

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The Manu is home to over 1000 species of birds as well as jaguars, giant otters, tapirs and other animals that are rarely seen elsewhere on earth. A great deal has also been done to protect rare species, such as the Andean bear, which can only be found here in this remote area at altitudes above 3,200 meters (10,500 feet). 

So what are you waiting for? Make sure that visiting Peru on your next vacation includes exploring Manu National Park. No matter how long or short your stay may be there. Trust us when we say that its beauty will leave lasting memories forevermore!