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Amazon wildlife at its best!

Before travelling – think of our planet!

Working in the Amazon rainforest we know that this unique ecosystem is being threatened by increasing man-made greenhouse emissions (like CO2 and Methane) as well as deforestation.

If we want to protect the Amazon and other ecosystems on our planet we also need to change our habits and our behavior to allow for a more sustainable way of life.

This means to consume less and reduce emissions per person.

Do you know your CO2 footprint?


Please check your personal emissions and think of alternatives to air travel.
If you plan to visit Peru you are welcome to visit this beautiful country!


Cusco, the ancient Inca capital, is the center of a network of old Inka paths. They offer great trekking options, Andean Treks as well as the Inka Trail.

Manu National Park Tours

Manu’s pristine rainforest in southern Peru ist waiting to be explored. A great wildlife experience!

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Tour Packages in Southern Peru from 10 to 24 days.

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Amazonia Lodge – Manu

Amazonia Lodge is located in the tropical rainforest of the Manu Biosphere Reserve, near the village of Atalaya (Paucartambo Province).

Amazon Trails Peru

Amazon Trails Peru was founded in 2002 by a german geographer and a peruvian naturalist & guide, who grew up in the rainforest.

We offer quality Manu tours in small groups. Our main focus is on wildlife observation and our main concern is rainforest conservation.

Our team of qualified and experienced, professional guides is the key to an exciting, rewarding and safe rainforest experience!

We have our own lodge in Manu – Amazonia Lodge – and operate all tours in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way.

About Manu National Park

The Manu Biosphere Reserve and National Park protect pristine Amazon rainforest, located in southeastern Peru. Spared from most human impact Manu offers ideal conditions for wildlife observation and can be easily reached from Cusco.

The Manu National Park covers almost 1.8 million hectares and protects different ecosystems from Andean Grasslands at 4000m to the mystic Elfin and Cloud Forests and all the way down to the Tropical Lowland Rainforest at 250m above sea level.
Due to different ecological conditions Manu holds an immense variety of animal and plant species.
You can see Giant River Otters, Caimans, Tapirs, Macaws, Toucans, 13 species of Monkeys, Anteaters, Sloths and other animals. And you may even spot a Jaguar on the banks of the Manu River!

Manu holds a record in high biodiversity: 220 mammal species, 155 amphibian species and more than 15.000 species of flowering plants have been identified. With over 1000 bird species Manu also is a great destination for birdwatchers and photographers. Only 1300 Butterfly species can top this.

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