Manu National park
In southern Peru, on the border with Brazil and Bolivia, the Manu Natural Park is one of the largest and most protected in the Peruvian jungle. With almost 2 million hectares in one of the world's richest and most diverse ecosystems, biodiversity is in full swing. Its distance from Cusco makes its visit relatively expensive and difficult to transport with private vehicles to cross the Andes mountain range or private aircraft that cannot take off all the time because of the climate. There are very few Lodges in the Manuel Park due to severe state restrictions to preserve this area, which is still almost untouched by human traces.
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