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Luxury Peru Tours

Peru is one of the world’s top travel destinations due to fascinating ruins and the incredible Amazon Rainforest. See remains of the Incan Empire, such as Machu Picchu and other breathtaking structures. You can then enjoy fascinating wildlife of the Amazon on a relaxing Amazon River cruise or on tour from a comfortable Amazon Rainforest […]

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Manu Tour Programs

Here, we provide our selection of the top 5 tours and programs for the Manu Rainforest. The Manu National Park is an enormous protected area and covers close to two million hectares of habitat, including Andean forest in the clouds down to the lowland Amazon. These Manu tours provide opportunities to explore the Manu cloud […]

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Manu River

The Macaw and Tapir Tour To start this list, we have the Macaw and Tapir Tour offered in the Manu National Park region of southern Peru. We have selected this tour as number one because you travel from Andes to Amazon to see different sections of Amazonia and will enjoy three different lodges in varied […]

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Cusco Things To Do

Cusco is one of the country’s favorite cities and is home to many of Peru’s top attractions. Enjoy fantastic examples of Incan archaeology, Spanish architecture, and some amazing wildlife tours. Cusco is very central to some of the main Amazon areas you can enjoy after a short direct flight, so because many people want a […]

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ManuCapuchins

The Manu region is hailed by nature lovers worldwide for its incredible level of animals and plants. And on Manu National Park tours from Cusco, you can enjoy fantastic expeditions to experience the Manu region and its wildlife. You will pass through the threatened higher altitude Cloud Forest, which is home to many attractive humming […]

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Posada Amazonas Lodge Monkey

The southern Amazon Rainforest is the area of the basin at the lowest reaches of the Amazon´s waterways. The forest itself crosses nine nations and the southern portion is mainly contained by Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. Of all the areas in Amazonia, the most developed tourism industry is in the forest of southern Peru, which […]

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