Manú National Park

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Manú National Park

Manú Learning Centre

The park covers almost the entire Manu River basin, from the birth of its tributaries high in the Andes, to draining the Madre de Dios River. In the vicinity is largely untapped, the only direct access to the lowlands is by boat, the river Manu

The park covers almost the entire Manu River basin, from the birth of its tributaries high in the Andes, to draining the Madre de Dios River. In the vicinity is largely untapped, the only direct access to the lowlands is by boat, the river Manu

The Biosphere Reserve of Manu were recorded 222 species of mammals and birds 1005

Manu Jungle

Manú National Park

View of a riverbank in Manu National Park

More than 20,000 species. 40% of the park is Amazonian lowland tropical rainforest, including varzea, oxbow lakes, Mauritia palm swamps, and upland forest types.


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