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Manu Cloud Forest, fothill and Lowland 13D/12N


Heath River and Sandoval 6D/5N


Manu National Park from the Andes to the Lowlands 9D/8N


Cusco and Machupicchu Birding Tour 5D/4N


Manu Cloud Forest and Foothill 5D/4N


Manu National Park from the Andes to the Lowlands 9D/8N


14D/13N North Birding Route Tour


Lima - Cusco - Machupicchu -Lima 5D/4N


Manu National Park form the Andes to the Lowlands 9D/8N




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  • “Percy might enjoy this. We had a wonderful trip even with all the rain! Thanks for making it happen.”

    Molly White, White, A. Clinton (Usa-texas birding cloud forest)

  • “Hi José
    As promised the picture of the Black-and-Chestnut Eagle from our trip to the Manu Cloud Forest. The trip gave us 45 livers. We enjoyed it very much. Thanks to you.”

    Kurt and Michèle

  • “Hi Jose:
    Thank you for the professional guiding down at Manu. Both Katya and I really enjoyed meeting you and your assisting us with the filming.”

    Best Wishes

    Rick Rosenthal (Usa- nature tour)



“What is the recommended gear for a Manu trip?”

We recommended gear:

  • Good binoculars
  • A bottle or canteen to carry water on outings.
  • Camera gear (ASA 50, 100 and 200 recommended)
  • A hat that will not come off in windy boat rides.
  • Two or three pairs of long cotton pants
  • Sunglasses
  • Four pairs of absorbent socks.
  • A pair of sneakers or hiking boots and sandals.
  • Rain suit or long poncho (100 % waterproof - test before you leave home)
  • Insect repellent Skin-so-soft for river, and 30% or more deet for forest)
  • Two or three long-sleeved cotton shirts
  • A photocopy of your passport
  • Two or three T-shirts.
  • Sunscreen lotion (high factor)
  • One pair of shorts
  • A bright flashlight
  • Personal toiletries and medications
  • Rubber boots.
  • Cash for souvenirs, alcoholic beverages.
  • We recommended you pack all items in plastic bags to protect them from water.

“What fees are included in the trips?”

  • Overland transportation from Cusco through Manu Cloud forest until Atalaya.
  • Transfer from the Airport to the selected hotel at the end of the trip
  • Accommodations with all meals from lunch on the first day to the breakfast on the last day.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Guided excursions in accordance with the itinerary
  • River transportation.
  • Entrance fee to Manu National Park.
  • Note that flights restrict baggage allowance to 10 kg per person.

“What fees are NOT included in the price?

  • Excess baggage charges. If you have more than the 10 kilograms permitted then the excess will be charged to you .
  • Extra services (Transportation) and nights at Manu Wildlife Center or alternative lodges in case of flight cancellations.
  • Personal expenses and tips. Passengers should bring some cash.

“What are the weather conditions in Manu?

Rainfall in the Manu Lowlands is around 2500-3500 millimeters/98-138 inches per year, with most rainfall occurring in the rainy season months from November to April. The average temperature in the Manu lowlands is 28°C (82°F), with daily highs of 34°C (93°F) and nightly lows of 22°C (72°F). During the dry season cold fronts from the South Atlantic (Friajes) occur once every month or so, with daily temperatures dropping to 15°C (59°F) and nightly temperatures to 13°F (55°F).

“What are the weather conditions in Cusco?”

Cusco has a subtropical highland climate. Its climate is generally dry and temperate, with two defined seasons. The dry season lasts from April to October, with abundant sunshine, and occasional nighttime freezes: July is the coolest month with an average of 9.6 °C (49.3 °F). The wet season lasts from November to March, with night frost less common: November averages 13.4 °C (56.1 °F). Although frost and hail are common, snow is virtually unheard of. The snowfall is rare to occur.

“Do I have to worry about the altitude?”

What is Altitude Sickness?

Before you can prevent altitude sickness you must know what it is. Altitude Sickness, known as Soroche in Peru, can occur for many people at heights starting at 8,000 feet (2,500 meters) above sea level. Altitude sickness is caused by insufficient oxygen in the blood and can cause dizziness, nausea and shortness of breath. Many people have said altitude sickness feels like having a hangover. Everyone is susceptible to experience altitude sickness. It doesn’t matter your age, gender or weight. It can affect even the fittest, healthiest traveler. You must know your own limitations and always consult your physician to get their medical advice before you go as they know your medical history and can give you the best information related to you and your needs.

Tips to avoid altitude sickness:

Drink lots of water – STAY HYDRATED! You should be drinking at least 6 -16 ounces of bottled water a day.

Avoid alcoholic beverages

Participate in mild activities your first few days in Cusco, Peru. Walk slowly and take it easy. Don’t over do it and listen to your body!

Eat carbs! (Pasta, bread and potatoes) – but be sure to not overeat!

Eat coca – coca tea, coca candy, coca brownies or the raw coca leaves themselves. Coca can be found everywhere in Cusco and it can help alleviate the symptoms of altitude sickness.

Before you go – consult your physician. Talk to him/her about your trip to Cusco. Your physician may advise and prescribe you an “altitude sickness tablet” and will most likely advice you to take these at least one day prior to your arrival.

If you find yourself affected by Sorroche, you can take Diamox/Acetazolamide. This medication is available at pharmacies in Cusco. There are also health clinics in Cusco, some of which have English-speaking personnel. Bring your travel insurance card when you go.

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