- Manu National Park Reserved Area (5 days): US$ 840 per person.
- Pickup at the hotel in Cusco.
- Drop off in downtown Cusco.
- Round-trip shared transportation by bus between Cusco and Manu National Park.
- River shared transportation during the tour.
- Breakfast (except the first day).
- Lunch (except the last day).
- Dinner (except the last day).
- Bottled water since the second day of the tour.
- 1st night in a shelter in Pilcopata (double, triple or quadruple private room, with shared bathroom and cold shower).
- 2nd night in a shelter in Otorongo Camp (double private room, with shared bathroom and cold shower).
- 3rd night in a shelter in Otorongo Camp (double private room, with shared bathroom and cold shower).
- 4th night in a shelter in Boca Manu (double, triple or quadruple private room, with shared bathroom and cold shower).
- Life vest for navigations.
- First aid kit.
- Rubber boots.
- Bilingual guide (English and Spanish).
- Entrance fee to the Manu National Park.
- Breakfast the first day.
- Lunch nor dinner the last day.
- Water the first day.
- Health insurance.
- Zipline Walkway (US$ 20 per person).
- Zipline Flying (US$ 20 per person).
How to book
- Select the departure date from the calendar.
- Select the number of people.
- Click on “Add to cart”.
- Pay the full price of the tour online.
What to bring
- 45 liters backpack to bring the things you will use during the whole tour.
- 30 liters backpack to bring the things you will use during the day.
- Warm clothing for the mornings.
- Waterproof clothing (jacket and pants).
- Long sleeved t-shirts.
- Long pants.
- Rain poncho.
- Water bottle.
- External batteries.
- Cap or hat to protect yourself from the sun.
- Flip flops.
- Bathing suit.
- Hiking shoes.
- Insect repellent.
- Ziploc bags or similar (to wrap your clothes and prevent them from getting wet).
- Personal hygiene items.
- Toilet paper.
- Water for the first day.
- At least extra S/ 200 for expenses not included in the tour.
- Because of biosecurity measures, so you can enter the park, you have to make a rapid antigen test, until days before starting the tour. In Cusco, this can be done in the CLÍNICA ESPINAR, located at Av. Los Incas 1403, Cusco. The business hours of the lab are Monday to Saturday from 7:30 am to 19:00. Sunday and holidays the lab is closed. The results take between 1 and 2 hours.
Beginning: Day 1 at 5:30 am at your hotel in Cusco.
End: Day 4 at 11:00 pm in Cusco’s downtown.
Day 1: Cusco – Cloud Forest – Pilcopata.
We will pick you up at your hotel to start the bus trip. In this way you will visit the Chullpas of Ninamarca, funeral towers from the pre-Incan period located at more than 9,842 feet of altitude. After that, you will visit Paucartambo, where there is a colonial bridge. You will pass by Acjanaco, point at higher attitude of the road and from where you begin a descent to the Cloud Forest, where you can find a great variety of flora and fauna, particularly the gallito de las rocas (Rupicola peruviana), native bird from the Andean-Amazon region that you will be visiting. The same manner, if you are lucky enough, you will be able to see quetzals, monkeys and the spectacled bear. In the afternoon, you will reach the shelter in Pilcopata, where you will have dinner and spend the first night.
Day 2: Pilcopata – Atalaya – Boca Manu – Cocha Otorongo.
You will have breakfast early in the morning, so after that you continue the trip by bus. On the way you will see coca plantations and fruit trees, besides typical flowers of the area, like orchids. In the Atalaya Port you will board a boat to continue your journey through the Madre de Dios River, in which you will be able to see herons and kingfishers, among others. There is a stop in Boca Manu, and then in the control post of the park, from where you will continue the trip. During the journey you will see the fauna that inhabit the place: tortoises, alligators and capybaras. During the afternoon, you will arrive to the Otorongo Camp, where you will be able to rest from the trip and leave your things. After that, you will make a hike to visit the close lake and the observation tower with and elevation of 100 feet from the ground, from where you will see giant otters, tortoises and birds. Then, you will have dinner and rest for the activities of the next day.
Day 3: Cocha Otorongo – Cocha Salvador (reserved area).
This day you will visit the Cocha Salvador, 30 minutes from Chocha Otorongo. You will explore the road inside the virgin primary forest, place where it is located the lagoon where you will be able to row silently in a raft and pay attention to the sounds of the animals in the jungle. Here also you will be able to see giant otters, other birds and different species of monkeys. In the afternoon, you will walk through the tracks with the guide to learn about the rainforest. After that, you will go back to the camp for resting. This day there’s an optional nighttime walk, in which you will appreciate the night sounds of the jungle.
Day 4: Cocha Otorongo – Collpa de Loros – Boca Manu.
This day will begin very early, because it’s the best time to visit the Collpa de Loros. With the first lights in the morning, the macaws gather in this clay wall, which transforms the moment in a real natural show. Later, you will continue the navigation by the Manu River. You will make a short visit to the Cocha Brasco, where inhabits the giant otter also. You will spend the last night of this tour in the shelter in Boca Manu.
Day 5: Boca Manu – Atalaya – Cusco.
Early in the morning, as already will be usual, you will continue the trip by boat through the Madre de Dios River, making the way back to the Atalaya Port, trip in which you will have views of the birds and other animals that inhabit the riverbank. In Atalaya will be waiting the bus that will take you back to Cusco, where the tour ends.
- If you cancel until 72 hours before the beginning of the tour, we will make a full refund of what you paid for the booking.
- Minimum age required of 8 years old.
- To enter to the Reserved Area of the Manu National Park, it is mandatory that all people to present a negative PCR test (taken maximum 72 hours before).