Of all the beautiful things that Pedro has got to offer, national parks reign supreme. Pedro has a number of national parks tune all across its was geography. In fact there are national parks that have been declared as world Heritage sites. One such is the Manu National Park, which is located in the Madre de Dios and Cusco regions of Peru. This park was established in 1968 and was declared as a world Heritage site by the UNESCO in 1977. In 2000 to the Peruvian government enlarge the park and extended its size to its current size.
What is this park famous for?
When you visit this National Park you will see that there are beautiful rivers that meander through it and pristine forests where forest communities dwell. It is the perfect place to discover and become one with nature. If you have ever wished to discover a non-flora and fauna, look no further than Manu National Park. The park has certain zones which are restricted while others are resolved. There is also a recuperation zone where disturbed areas are allowed to recuperate slowly. Culture zones are where the native communities live and some of these areas may be available for you to visit.
The climate in the park is very variable and it can be rainy or even misty depending on how elevated the region is. In fact it can range from being steamy to misty and downright cold. The vegetation ranges from lowland Amazon rainforest to Puna grassland.
What can one do in the park?
There are close to 160 animals that are native to this park. You can find the Jaguar, the giant otter, and birds that are exotic such as the Ibis. Five regions of the park are open to tourists and there are a number of things that you can do. You can visit the scientific research Centre or choose to camp in a designated area by the river. To learn more about what you can do in this park and to plan a trip once the coronavirus crisis is over, give us a call today.