5 Day Manu National Park Tour

Manu National Park Tours

5 Days From $ USD 650.00

5 Day Manu National Park Tour

5 Day Manu National Park Tour

Manu National Park Tours


5 Days From $ USD 650.00

4B, 4L, 4D
5 Days
Physical Level
(3,500 meters - 600 meters)
Jungle Bungalow
Daily Departures
Manu National Park


Manu National Park is a biosphere reserve and national park located in the Madre de Dios region of Peru. It is one of the largest and most biodiverse parks in South America and has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The park covers an extensive area of approximately 1,716,295 hectares, stretching from the lowland Amazon rainforest to the high mountains of the Andes. This varied geography contributes to the incredible biological diversity of the park, hosting a vast array of plant and animal species.

Manu National Park is divided into three main zones: the Special Use Zone, the Reserved Zone, and the Cultural Zone. The Special Use Zone is intended for scientific research and environmental education, while the Reserved Zone is the most strictly protected and only allows access to authorized researchers and scientists. The Cultural Zone is home to indigenous communities, such as the Matsiguenga and Amahuaca, who have lived in harmony with nature for centuries.

The park is home to an astonishing variety of species, including over 800 species of birds, 200 species of mammals, 100 species of reptiles and amphibians, and a diverse range of plants and trees. Iconic species found in the park include the jaguar, giant anteater, Amazonian tapir, and blue-headed macaw.

In addition to its rich biodiversity, Manu National Park is also renowned for its scenic beauty. It features stunning landscapes, ranging from dense tropical rainforests to high snow-capped mountains. It also houses the spectacular Manu Canyon, which offers panoramic views and a unique habitat for numerous species.

Due to its ecological significance, Manu National Park is subject to strict regulations to protect its biodiversity and maintain its natural balance. Access to the park is limited, and special permits are required to enter. This ensures the long-term conservation of this valuable Amazonian ecosystem.

In summary, Manu National Park in Peru is a priceless natural treasure. Its vast expanse, biological diversity, and breathtaking landscapes make it a unique destination for scientific research, ecotourism, and nature conservation.

Trip Details

Duration: 5 Days – 4 Nights
Group Size: (02 – 10ppl Average – 16ppl Maximum)
Departure: Daily departures
Meals included: 4 Breakfasts, 4 lunches, 4 dinners
Vegetarian/vegan: Food available upon request at no extra charge
Starting Point: We will come and Pick you up from your hotel in Cusco
Ending Point: Drop-off at your Hotel in Cusco
Departure: Upon Request. If you are a group of 02 we depart (No matter if you have paid as large group service). We NEVER pass our people onto another operator as most agencies do here.
Transportation: Bus & Boat
Acomodations: 04 Nights, Jungle Bungalow (Private Bathroom and shower)
Manu National Park Permits: All Manu National Park Permits & fee Included.
Free storage: Available, you can leave the rest of your stuff in our free storage in Cusco
High Season: From april to october
Places to visit in Manu National Park: Visit the Manu Cultural Zone

Harrold M
Harrold M
a trip of a lifetime A very posiitve and a breathtaking trip to the tambopata jungle and all thanks to the tour company for being exceptionally well organised and the knowledgeable guide who showered us with all interesting facts about the life in this part of the rainforest.
Melissa B
Melissa B
Peru Amazon Lodge was impressive Staying at the Peru Amazon Garden lodge in Tambopata was a magical experience for us as a couple. The sernity of the surroundings combined with the intimate ambiance of the lodge made it a perfect romantic gateway. Every moment was filled with natural beauty and the staff ensured our stay was memorable. It was a dreamy chapter in our journey together.
Abdul Q
Abdul Q
Enchanting wilderness awaits at Peru Amazon Garden Lodge ! Our time at Peru Amazon Garden Lodge was an exquisite escape into the untouched realms of the Tambopata jungle. Nestled amidst the lush and vibrant wilderness, the lodge offered an impeccable blend of comfort and adventure. The accommodations were cozy and thoughtfully designed, allowing us to immerse ourselves fully in the surrounding nature while enjoying modern conviniences. The excursions, guided by the incredibly knowledgeable and passionate staff, opened our eyes to the rich bio diversity of the Amazon. We marveled at the array of wildlife, from playful monkeys to vibrant parrots, all while learning about the delicate ecosystems of this remarkable jungle. The nighttime safari was a particular highlight, revealing a mesmerizing world that comes alive under the cover of darlness. Meals at the lodge were a delightful culinary journey, showcasing the fresh and diverse flavours of the region. The staff went above and beyond to cater to various dietary needs and preferences, ensuring each dining experience was a pleasure. The Peru Amazon garden Lodge offers more than just a stay, it offers an intimate encounter with the Amazon´s magical biodiversity, all while ensuring visitors are wrapped in comfort and genuine hospitality. A truly invaluable experience we will cherish forever.
Anup M
Anup M
Exceptional Stay At peru Amazon garden Lodge in Tambopata, my partnerand I were immersed in an unforgettable blend of lush rainforest and warm hospitality The serene surroundings coupled with the lodge´s attention to detail made our stay as a couple truly special. Can´t wait to return.
Flavia M
Flavia M
Amazing trip to the Peruvian Amazon An incredible experiene in the heart of Peruvian Amazon Jungle Thanks to German our guide who was very attentive and informative His knowledge on local civilization and flora and fauna were impressive. He spoke good English as well which really made it possible for us to understand things throgh a local´s point of view. They took care of everything from accommodation, food and guided tours. Highly recomended for an authentic Amazon Experience.
Ethaneal M
Ethaneal M
Throughly Enjoyed every moment An experience we will remember forever. Thanks to German the guide and the entire crew of Peru Amazon Garden who were always around ensuring that we had a pleasant time with them. The tour we did with them was very informative and was insightful. We spotted several animals, birds and also got an insgiht into the culture and traditions. The night tour in specific was quite extraordinary. The guide made animal noises getting them off their hide outs and we could enjoy a clear sight of them, Highly recommended.
Magdelene N
Magdelene N
Loved it A very joyful and well guided tour to the Peruvian Amazon jungle. From transport to guide services and food and accommodations, the company took care of everything. The guide we had was the best during our time in Peru. It was a very good value for money and I can totally reccomend the tour and the tour company.
Ravi M
Ravi M
Interesting Excellent tour and a very peaceful place in the heart of the Amazon Jungle. The guide was very professional and spoke good English. We sighted many animals and birds and the food was very authentic as well. Highly recommended.
Jayson M
Jayson M
A hidden gem in the heart of Tambopata! The Peru Amazon Garden Lodge exceeded all expectations! Nestled in the tranquil surroundings of Tambopata, it offered a perfect blend of comfort, adventure, and a close-to-nature experience. The staff were warm, helpful and went the extra mile to ensure our stay was amemorable. An absolute must-visit for any nature lover.
An enchanting stay in the heart of the jungle. My stay at the Peru Amazon Garden Lodge was an extraordinary experience. Nestled amdist lush greenary , the lodge offered and ideal blend of comfort, adventure, and immerssion in nature. The staff was warm, welcoming and knowledgable about the jungle´s unique ecosystem. Waking up to the sound of Amazon and exploring the rich bio diversity were highlights of my stay. Highly recommend for an authentic and relaxing jungle retreat!
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Itinerary at a Glance

  • DAY 1: Cusco – Cloud Forest – Bamboo Lodge:
  • DAY 2: Bamboo Lodge to Atalaya – Machuwasi Lake – Ecological Dorado Lodge
  • DAY 3: Ecological Hot Spring Lodge – Parrot Clay Lick – Trail Night Walk
  • DAY 4: Ecological Hot Spring Lodge – Atalaya – Bambu Lodge.
  • DAY 5: Bambu Lodge – Cloud Forest – Cusco


Manu National Park is known for its remarkable highlights, which make it a globally significant and captivating destination. Here are some of the key highlights of the park:

1. Biodiversity: Manu National Park is renowned for its extraordinary biodiversity. It boasts one of the highest levels of biodiversity on the planet, with thousands of plant and animal species. The park is home to iconic species such as jaguars, giant river otters, giant anteaters, harpy eagles, Andean bears, and many more.

2. Pristine Amazon Rainforest: The park encompasses vast stretches of pristine Amazon rainforest, offering visitors the opportunity to explore untouched wilderness. It showcases the incredible beauty and complexity of the Amazon ecosystem, with towering trees, dense vegetation, winding rivers, and an abundance of wildlife.

3. Cultural Encounters: Manu National Park is not only a haven for wildlife but also a place where indigenous cultures thrive. The park is home to several indigenous communities, including the Matsiguenga and Amahuaca, who have inhabited the area for generations. Visitors can engage with these communities, learn about their traditional ways of life, and appreciate their deep connection with the natural environment.

4. Birdwatching Paradise: With over 800 bird species recorded, Manu National Park is a paradise for birdwatchers. Bird enthusiasts can spot a wide range of colorful and exotic birds, including macaws, toucans, hummingbirds, parrots, and countless other species. The park offers exceptional opportunities for bird photography and observation.

5. The Manu River: The Manu River runs through the park, adding to its scenic beauty. The river is a lifeline for the diverse flora and fauna of the region and offers opportunities for boating and wildlife viewing. Exploring the river and its tributaries allows visitors to discover hidden corners of the park and observe aquatic species like caimans and river dolphins.

6. Andean Cloud Forest: As Manu National Park ascends into the Andes Mountains, it transitions into the enchanting cloud forest. This unique ecosystem is characterized by mist-shrouded mountains, moss-covered trees, and a different set of species adapted to the cooler and moister conditions. The cloud forest area of the park provides a contrasting and captivating experience.

7. Wildlife Viewing: Manu National Park offers exceptional wildlife viewing opportunities. Visitors have the chance to see diverse mammal species, including monkeys, sloths, tapirs, peccaries, and elusive big cats like jaguars and pumas. Guided tours and excursions within the park increase the chances of encountering these remarkable creatures.

8. Research and Conservation: The park has been a site of extensive scientific research and conservation efforts. Many researchers and organizations conduct studies and conservation projects to understand and protect the unique ecosystems and species found in Manu National Park. Visitors can learn about these efforts and contribute to the conservation initiatives through responsible tourism.

These are just a few of the highlights that Manu National Park offers. The park’s natural beauty, biodiversity, cultural richness, and opportunities for adventure make it a remarkable destination for nature lovers and conservation enthusiasts.



Cusco – Cloud Forest – Bamboo Lodge:

Starting early from Cusco we begin our 9 or 10 hours journey by private minibus ascending to the high mountain area at 4000 m (13,000 feet). We make a stop in Ninamarca, to see the pre-Inca cemetery, and in the colonial village of Paucartambo. Then we descend the eastern slopes of the Andes through cloud forest with lush vegetation (ferns, orchids, bromeliads etc.). We enjoy spectacular views of the Andes and can see wildlife such as our national bird: the bright red Cock of the Rocks (Rupicola peruviana) showing his mating dance. Walking along the road brilliantly colored Tanagers, Quetzals, Trogons, Tucanets and Hummingbirds, as well as hawks can be seen and possibly the first monkeys, such as Woolly Monkeys. In the late afternoon we arrive at Bamboo Lodge (950m), where we spend the night (double rooms & private bathroom). After dinner your guide will brief you about the activities of the following day. Accommodation: rooms & private bathroom


Bamboo Lodge to Atalaya – Machuwasi Lake – Ecological Dorado Lodge

After an early breakfast we continue with our minibus: we pass the village of Pilcopata and cross the river of the same name to get to the small port of Atalaya (600 m). On the way we stop for some walks to observe birds also we stop an animal rescue station and to look for orchids. Before reaching Atalaya we enjoy a great view of the river basin from a lookout point. At the port we embark on a Half hour journey in a 15-meter motorized canoe down the Alto Madre de Dios River. On the way we will walk on the trails near the River and visit Machuwasi Lake, on the opposite side of the river. We use a wooden raft to explore the lake and observe the birdlife. Then we navigate for about 4 hours in a motorized canoe down the Alto Madre de Dios River to get to the lowland rainforest until our lodge On the way We have the opportunity to see wildlife along the rocky banks of the river, such as Fasciated Tiger Herons, Purplish Jays, Skimmers and some of the monkey species that live in Manu. In the evening we can go caiman spotting at the river or go on a night walk. We spend the night at Jungle Lodge.. Accommodation: rooms & private bathroom


Ecological Hot Spring Lodge – Parrot Clay Lick – Trail Night Walk

At dawn we travel downriver by boat to the parrot clay lick. This is a special place where parrots, parakeets and small macaws, including the Chestnut fronted Macaw and the rare Yellow and Blue Macaw, come to eat minerals which help them with digestion. After the natural show we back to our lodge for our breakfast. Later we explore some of the trails in nearby to our lodge we have the opportunity to to see more species of monkeys and birds. After lunch we have a short break in our lodge after dinner we will take a night walk in the jungle to look for spiders, snakes and lot tree frogs. We will spend the night in our beautiful, comfortable lodge.


Ecological Hot Spring Lodge – Atalaya – Bambu Lodge.

After our breakfast we continue upriver, where we also can observe birds or capybaras. On the way we stop at the hot springs, where we can relax. These waters are medicinal, then we continue to the port of Atalaya, where our Bus is waiting for us. From here we continue to our hostel where we spend our last night.


Bambu Lodge – Cloud Forest – Cusco

We start our return trip through the cloud forest, with some stops and opportunities to see birds and monkeys. Then we travel up to the Andes again, arriving in Cusco at around 7 pm.




  • Pre departure manu jungle trip breafing at the hotel/office
  • Qualified naturalist native jungle English/Spanish-speaking guide
  • cook who is charge of making the food /cooking equipment
  • camping equipment/tents and mats (in case we camp in the jungle)
  • Transportation by private bus from Cusco to the Cloud Forest and Atalaya , and back from Atalaya to Cusco (4 day tour)
  • Transportation by private boat: Atalaya / Dorado o Palotoa lodge / Atalaya (4-day tour)
  • Overnights in lodges and camping huts
  • Mineral water all the time
  • 4 Meals per day (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • Manu National Park guide book – Talking About Manu
  • Manu National Park entrance fee
  • Entrance fee to the hot springs
  • Vegetarian option…send us you requirements please.
  • Entrance to Soga de Oro
  • First Aid Kit (bring your personal Medication)

No Included

What to Bring


  • Rainforest expeditions are not comfortable tours, but with the following equipment you will get the best out of the forest and yourself:
  • Binoculars (imperative)
  • Flashlight with spare bulbs and extra batteries
  • Sleeping bag (it can be hired from us US$5 a day)
  • Day pack
  • Long pants and long-sleeved shirts
  • T-shirts light shirts
  • Shorts/Bathing suit
  • Towel
  • Sweater or light jacket
  • 1 pair of hiking boots and 1 pair of light shoes or trekking sandals
  • Long socks
  • Rain gear
  • Rubber boots (only in the rainy season-we provide them)
  • Sunhat, sunglasses, sun block
  • Insect repellent (with at least 40% DEET) and after bite
  • Toilet-paper
  • Plastic bags (to keep everything dry)
  • Water bottle (with water for the bus ride into Manu)
  • Copy of a valid passport
  • Copy of yellow fever and tetanus vaccinations
  • Money for soft drinks or beers and handicrafts

Pricing List


Do not Hesitate to contact us via Whatsapp:

Whatsapp: (English)+51 984315337 https://wa.link/jgq5vw
Whatsapp: (Spanish)+51 972390728 https://wa.link/3xrr3f

Small Group:(02-06ppl Average – 16ppl Maximum) / (Includes All as well as a Private Bus and Boat to Explore better)

PRICE PER PERSON US$650 (Upcoming Trips 2023 – 2024) Departures Upon Request
Please if you are group over 06 people let us know to give you a good discount. Please,Note: If you are 02 we can open a New group and Leave any day you suit.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions about Visiting Manu National Park:

1. How do I get to Manu National Park?
Manu National Park is located in Peru, and the primary access point is through the city of Cusco. From Cusco, you can travel by road or take a flight to the town of Puerto Maldonado. From Puerto Maldonado, you can continue your journey to Manu National Park by boat or by organized tour.

2. What should I wear when visiting Manu National Park?
It is recommended to wear lightweight, breathable clothing that provides protection from the sun and insects. Opt for long-sleeved shirts, long pants, and comfortable walking shoes or hiking boots. Don’t forget to bring a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Additionally, pack a rain jacket or poncho, as the park experiences frequent rainfall.

3. What essential items should I bring with me?
Some essential items to bring include insect repellent, a good-quality camera, binoculars for bird watching, a refillable water bottle, a small backpack, and a flashlight or headlamp. Also, pack any necessary medications, a first-aid kit, and a copy of your passport and other important documents.

4. What can I expect to see in Manu National Park?
Manu National Park is renowned for its incredible biodiversity. You can expect to encounter a wide variety of flora and fauna, including numerous bird species, monkeys, giant river otters, tapirs, jaguars, and more. The park is also home to indigenous communities, and visitors can learn about their culture and traditional way of life.

5. Are there any restrictions or permits required to visit Manu National Park?
Yes, there are certain restrictions and permits required to visit the park. It is advisable to join a guided tour or work with a reputable tour operator who can assist you with obtaining the necessary permits and ensure compliance with park regulations. These permits help manage visitor numbers and protect the park’s fragile ecosystems.

6. Is it safe to visit Manu National Park?
Manu National Park is generally safe to visit, but like any remote natural area, it’s important to take necessary precautions. Follow the guidance of your tour guide, respect the park’s rules, and be aware of potential risks such as wildlife encounters and weather conditions. It’s also recommended to have travel insurance that covers outdoor activities.

7. Can I camp in Manu National Park?
Camping is allowed in designated areas within the park, but it’s important to obtain the proper permits and follow park regulations. Most visitors opt to stay in lodges or eco-lodges located within or near the park, which provide accommodation and guided tours.

How to Book

To confirm the tour/trek we need you to send us your personal information: Full Names, Passport Numbers, Nationalities, Ages, Gender as well as a deposit to secure the trip/tour.

For Tambopata National Reserve (Puerto Maldonado) – Manu National Park We do require a Non-Refundable US$100 deposit per person.
For Inca Trails Treks We do require a Non-Refundable US$200 deposit per person.
For Alternative Treks(Salkantay Trek, Inca Jungle, Lares Trek, Choquequirao) We do require a Non-Refundable US$100 deposit per person.
For Tambopata National Reserve (Puerto Maldonado) – Manu National Park We do require a Non-Refundable US$100 deposit per person.
For Peru Package Tours/Treks We do require a Non-Refundable US$400 deposit per person.
As soon as you had sent us all your personal information as well as the deposit we will send you a Trip Confirmation by email.

PAYPAL:  is the faster, safer way to send money, make an online payment, receive money or set up a merchant account. You can easily pay us by using your credit card or bank account.  For those that wish to pay via Paypal. Please note that a 6% fee applies. That is, you need to increase your payment by 6% to cover the costs that we incur via this kind of payments.

the remaining, you will pay in cash(briefing day) without taxes.

Please, After your deposit, send Us, Transfer Number to: peruamazongardenlodge@gmail.com, After we are going to confirm your deposit and reservation.



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