• Jaguar

    Jaguar (Panthera Onca)

  • Capibara

    Capybara (Hydrochaerus Hydrochaeris)

  • Giant Ant Eater

    Giant Anteater (Myrmecophaga Tridactyla)

  • Common Clown Frog

    Clown Tree Frog (Dendropsophus Leucophyllatus)

  • Giant Otter

    Giant Otter (Pteronura Brasiliensis)

  • Macaws Clay Lick

    Macaws Clay Lick (Ara Choloptera)

  • Sunset in Manu River

    Sunset in Manu River

  • Resting Jaguar

    Resting Jaguar 

Welcome to Amazon Wildlife Peru

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Amazon Wildlife Peru is an Ecotourism travel company that organizes exotic destinations tours to Manu National Park specifically to see and enjoy wildlife in undeveloped, relatively undisturbed natural areas, as well as giving an insight into the indigenous culture of the jungle. With the reality and dangers of global warming in mind, we dedicate a lot of time and effort to try and ensure the conservation of the world´s natural resources and biodiversity. We work directly with local people and groups in the jungle like Matsiguenkas, which provides employment and significant benefits for local residents. We carefully manage our tours to minimize negative impacts on the environment and local culture. It is very important for us that money is reinvested in the jungle so as to ensure the continuation of life here, to benefit the indigenous people who rely on tourism as a source of income, and also for the benefit of future tourists. Amazon Wildlife Perú offers tours from Cusco to the Manu National Park or to the Manu Biosphere, including our private Bonanza Ecological Reserve located in the Cultural Zone of Manu, adjacent to the National Park. - A trip to the untouched rainforest with plenty of undisturbed wildlife and also we offer Mammals Clay Lick where you can enjoy see the enormous Tapir from our Camouflage House.

Bird WatchingAmazon Wildlife Peru also offers various trekking tours, from the famous Inka Trail to Machupicchu as well as several alternative treks and some large trip around Peru.

The Manu National Park was created in 1973 and established a Biosphere Reserve in 1977; in 1987 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, due to having the highest level of biodiversity in the world. Manu is one of the largest and most important conservation units in the world; it protects an entire virgin watershed, covering altitudinal ranges from 200 to 4100 m above sea level

On the tour we pass through different habitats of the Andes; the cloud forest and lowland rainforest. In Manu you have the best opportunities to observe wildlife on the trails or along the Manu, Madre de Dios River. You will have the chance to see the Giant Otters (Pteronura brasiliensis) in oxbow-lakes, Black and White Caimans (Melanosuchus niger, Caiman crocodylus), Harpy Eagles (Harpia harpyja), Jaguar, Giant Anteaters, Collared Peccaries, Tapirs (Tapirus terrestris), Capybaras, deer, 13 species of monkeys, Toucans (10 species), Macaws (7 species), Storks and an incredible number of other wild and colourful birds.