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Manú National Park

Travel Guide South America Peru Manú National Park

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Introduction

Manu National Park is a very large park and is located in the south of Peru, north of the city of Cuzco. The park ranges in elevation from 150 to 4200 m above sea-level, meaning high biological diversity in this area and is therefore on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Over 850 species of birds call this park home and species like the giant otter and the giant armadillo also live in this great park. Even jaguars are often sighted in the park. The park is most easliy reached by a 45 minute flight from Cusco.

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Reserva Ecologica ChontachakaValle de Kosñipata Paucartambo - Manu Cuscohostel-

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