Puerto Maldonado, the capital of the Madre de Dios region in southeastern Peru, is in the Amazon Rainforest on the confluence of the Tambopata and Madre de Dios River (which feeds into the Amazon River). Considered Peru´s Biodiversity Capital, this trip offers you the unique opportunity to walk along jungle paths discovering a variety of plant and animal life.
Come explore the rivers and jungle paths of the mysterious and incredibly diverse Amazon Rainforest and discover a variety of plant and animal life among the lush greenery and rushing waters, such as tropical birds, alligators, monkeys, turtles, and piranhas. With a surprise around every corner, this trip is an unforgettable adventure.
The famed Amazon Rainforest and mighty Madre de Dios River (which feeds into the Amazon River) are home to an stunning variety of plant life, tropical birds, piranhas and paiches, giant otters, and more. Come discover the secrets of the jungle, and take away with you once-in-a-lifetime memories and photos.
Come discover Manu, a UNESCO-recognised Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site. The jungle is home to a staggering number of plant and animal species. Visit a native Matshiguenka community, walk through the Cloud Forest and watch the courtship rituals of Peru´s national bird, and watch the as hundreds of parrots congregate at a clay lick.
Travel by bike through various ecological floors, from the high Andean Plateau through the Cloud Forest and Dwarf Forest to the Rainforest. Discover the pre-Incan tombs at Ninamarca, watch the brightly-plumaged cock-of-the-rocks in its courtship displays, and see the plant and animal life of the jungle from canoes along the Pilcopata River.
Witness the stunning diversity of Manu Biosphere Reserve as we descend several ecological floors from the high Andes through Cloud and Dwarf Forests to finally arrive in the Rainforest, share in activities with the native Huacaria tribe and learn about life in the jungle, observe the sounds and colors of the creatures which call the jungle home, and most importantly, take back with you unforgettable memories.
The Peruvian rainforest is a world unto itself- experience its mystery and magic as you meet the native Matshiguenka tribe, explore jungle trails, and spot tropical wildlife such as parrots, monkeys, and alligators in an adventure you´ll never forget.
Today, August 30th, Peru celebrates a national holiday honoring St Rose, the Americas' first saint. Even if you're not Catholic, you'll find plenty of entertainment- like most of the other religious festivals of Peru, the festivities include drinking, feasting, and dancing, with street vendors bustling about adding color and excitement to the proceedings...
Continuing with the photo theme from last post, here's a look at the activity-oriented parts of Pirwa Colonial Backpackers in Cusco, Peru, which is packed with things to do, ways to relax and to meet fellow travelers…
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