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Calle San Juan De Dios 250, Manu National Park, Peru
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5-Day Manu National Park Expedition from Cusco
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“manu jungle” (9 reviews)
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Calle San Juan De Dios 250, Manu National Park, Peru
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Manu Tour was a great experience for me. The group was small and we got along really well, our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly, the cook was great. I wished I saw a jaguar but anything else was really good. I highly recommend...More

Thank Catalina B
Reviewed 26 August 2017

This company is not trustworthy. We'd paid for a 4 day 3 night Manu jungle trek with them then the night before leaving, this company told us they were sending us with a different company altogether. Instead of 6 people on the trek, there would...More

1  Thank Sara P
Reviewed 19 August 2017

My husband and I explored Manu on a 4-day/3-night trip in June, 2017 with Fredy Dominguez of Greenland Peru. He was fantastic! The whole trip was well-organized and interesting; Fredy worked hard to find amazing birds and animals for us to see. If there is...More

1  Thank SueWebb
Reviewed 19 August 2017

Hey, I'm a student from Germany and I traveled around Latinoamerica with a friend for about 4 months. Quite at the end of our trip, I decided to do a jungle tour in Perú close to Cusco. So my friend and me did some internet...More

3  Thank Katharina S
Reviewed 13 August 2017

We went directly to the reserved zone after spending the first night in Pilcopata, and had wonderful boat rides along the river Manu and Madre de Dios. For the record, we saw no Jaguars or Sloths, but given how hard they are to spot, I...More

Thank RuiTraveller
Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

We booked the 6 Days Manu Jungle reserve zone and it was soooo Amazing! We were blessed with 80% good weather as it was rainy season. We were very blessed to have seen so many wildlife including the Jaguar on our last day in the...More

3  Thank traveling-Liv
Reviewed 8 January 2017

A short intro: Manu is divided in 3 zones; the cultural zone, which is easiest to reach and has some simple communities. Most trips here are 4 days. Then there is the reserved zone, which is further into the jungle. Only a couple of tour...More

17  Thank Andrea B
Reviewed 6 July 2016

My friend and I did a 3-day tour of the Amazon cloud forest with Vilca Expeditions and it was incredible! Definitely a once in a lifetime experience. Our tour guide, Darwin, was so much fun and extremely knowledgeable. We had our own cook, named Betty,...More

10  Thank Mary R
Reviewed 30 May 2016

We visited Manu National Park in 2015, and our tour company was Wild Watch Peru with Hebert as our guide. We are very glad that we visited this National Park. It is a birder's paradise, and there are several other amazing animal species to see...More

2  Thank New4comber
Reviewed 30 May 2016

Nice jungle trip with packed program ranging from amazing environments (highlands, cloud forest, rain forest) via wildlife (birds, capibaras, spiders, frogs etc.) to basic jungle experience (bamboo water, machete skills, exotic fruits etc.). We had a very nice cook with us and I am still...More

3  Thank markm80
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