The first Spaniards that arrived to Peru unanimously praised the Inca roads, and  as the years passed they became outstanding wide roads with thousands of kilometers long, joining all the boundaries of the extensive empire with Cusco, its capital. They were comfortable roads that let you travel without fatigue or danger.

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The Manu Biosphere Reserve is a sprawling national park in southeastern Peru that covers Andean highlands, cloud forest, and lowland jungle. Known for its rich biodiversity, Manu is home to hundreds of bird species, jaguars, black caimans and monkeys.
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This reserve is home to more than 1700 species of plants, 100 species of mammals, 130 species of butterflies and 90 species of amphibians, making Tambopata one of the most biodiverse areas in the world. This 4D /3N journey will bring you into touch with raw nature
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This tour is the experience of a lifetime for any wildlife and nature lover. Make your way through the biosphere reserve by boat and by foot through lowland jungles, Andean mountains and cloud forest to encounter rare species of animals native to Peru.
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We offer a special two day option for those who are short on time in Cusco, this is a great way to arrive at Machu Picchu if you you do not have enough time to do the full four day trek. On the first day we will take a train from Ollantaytambo to Km 104 and hike until sunset, through the sungate.
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The Tambopata National Reserve is one of the true remaining jewels of the Amazon Rainforest. It’s a must-visit destination for peru travelers and nature lovers from around the globe. Here, we give you some background on the Reserve’s history, ecology, and diversity.