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Manu Nature 7 days / 6 nights

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Manu Nature

The park is divided into 3 zones: the cultural zone, the reserved zone and the intangible zone. During this 3-day tour you will explore the cultural zone of the Manu National Park. Declared a World Biosphere Reserve, the Manu is a true natural paradise that is home to great biological diversity, including endangered species such as the giant river otter, the black alligator, the jaguar and the curious spectacled bear. During this tour you will visit different ecosystems such as the Andean, the Andean high, the tropical and the subtropical. Experiencing nature from within in a unique experience that we can hardly forget.

Manu Nature .

  • Length of Manu Nature : 7 Days /6 Nights – Manu Nature
  • Type of service of Manu Nature : Private or Group with Manu Nature
  • Location of the Manu Nature : Southern Peru, Madre de Dios Department, Manu National Park, Manu Tour
  • Activities for the Manu Nature : Manu National Park, Manu Biosphere Reserve, Cusco, Puerto Maldonado, Cloud Forest, Pilcopata, Puerto Atalaya, Boca Manu, Wildlife Rainforest Lodge, Otorongo lake, lake Salvador
  • Altitude the Manu Nature : 600 – 4,000 m.a.s.l.
  • Best time to visit to Manu Nature: March – December, Recommended trips to Peru
  • Departure of the Manu Nture : Every Day to Manu Nature
  • Minimum of participants to Mnau nature : 2 paxs to Manu Nature
  • Maximum of participants to Manu Nature : 10 paxs to Manu Nature
  • Price per person for the Manu Nature : 00.00 us$

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Manu Nature 7 days / 6 nights:

Manu Nature  Day 1:

Cusco – Ninamarka /Manu Nature Lodge .

We leave Cusco early in the morning to start our adventure! First, we are taken by private transport to a place called Ninamarca to observe pre-Incan “chullpas” (tombs) of the Lupaca culture. Then, we continue to Paucartambo, a colonial town with narrow streets and a beautiful church, where people still keep their old customs. Then, we ascend to the viewpoint Tres Cruces (3,900 masl) to beautiful view of the amazon basin if the weather permits. From there, we start descending to Manu National Park, home of species such as the cock of the rock (the Peruvian national bird), hummingbirds, strikingly-coloured quetzals, trogons, spotted flycatchers, and woolly monkies. In terms of flora, we can view a variety of orchids, mosses, ferns, etc. Finally, We reach our Manu Cloud Forest Lodge to have a relaxing evening by the lodge’s veranda. The sound of the Union Creek will put us into a pleasant sleep.

Manu Nature Day 2:

Manu Nature Lodge / Port Atalaya / Dorado Lodge ( optional Patiacolla Lodge ) Manu National Park

The lush and misty cloud forest is perhaps the most fragile and threatened type of rainforest. This forest which starts from 11,000 feet, and continue down to about 5,000 feet of elevation, cover the eastern slopes of the Andes, before yielding to the vast lowland forest of the Amazon. This is a kingdom of moss, lichens, ferns, and orchids.
Early excursion to a nearby platform and blind strategically located to see a “lek” where the brightly red-colored Cocks-of-the Rock perform a daily display for the females. Afterwards we return to our lodge for a hearty breakfast.
After breakfast, we will board our private vehicle for an3 hour to the main port of the Manu – Atalaya National Park (500 masl). There, we will board a motorized boat to continue for about 4 hours navigating the Madre de Dios River. Along the river, we have a great opportunity to observe several species such as herons, vultures, kingfishers, turtles, egrets and some of the 13 species of monkeys that live in Manu! We will have lunch in Hot Spring Manu Park where you will have the opportunity to take a refreshing bath Afterwards we will take our boat outboard later We reach our next Lodge Pantiacolla or Dorado Lodge Pantiacolla lodge accommodation in our private room in the afternoon we will have the
opportunity to visit the primary forest return to our lodge Showers and toilets available.
After dinner we have a night walk in the Amazon Manu Tour
Dorado lodge accommodation in our private rooms after dinner we will do night walk

Manu Nature Day 3:

Dorado Lodge / Casa Matsiguenga to Manu Reserve Center .

Today we will get up very early to go visit to the parrot clay lick and then we return to our lodge to have breakfast We will go back to take our Outboard boat to travel by trip through to the Madre de Dios River to change for a navigation on the Manu River offering us other incredible views of a great variety of species that live in and around it, such as groups of turtles, white alligators, capybaras, jaguars Panthera onca) resting on a trunk and observing its territory. Arriving in the afternoon to our Lodge Machiguenga .
Later our tour guide takes us to Otorongo Oxbow Lake where an observation tower is placed that allows us to see the giant otters that live there. During that time, the Guide teaches us functions and secrets of the jungle. After that, we return night Lodge Machiguenga .
Showers and toilets available night walk in the Manu National Park

Manu Nature Day 4:

Casa Matsiguenga / Cocha Salvador /Manu Biosphere .

Today we will visit another lake called Salvador on our silent rowing boat that allows us to observe a family of playful giant river otters, These, the world’s largest freshwater carnivores, remain common only in Manu .Each animal consumes between 4 and 5 kilos of fish daily and often they can be seen eating large fish on logs at the lakeside. Observing as well as many rare bird species including a prehistoric bird called Shansho, Heron, Cormorants, Water Duck, Horned Screamer, Turtles, Taricaya, Black Alligators.
The rest of the day will be spent walking the trails in the area in search of some of the 13 species of Monkey as Black Spider Mokey , Red Howler Monkey Night Monkey ,Dusky Titi Monkey ,Saddleback Tamarin ,Brown Capuchin Monkey and some mammals found here , Giant Anteater ,South American Coati ,Two Toed Sloth ,Deer a group of peccaries , found in the forest here our guide will explain some of the basics of rainforest ecosystems and point out some of the medicinal hight plants of the area used by local, indigenous groups.
You can be sure that the animals here in the wild Manu Amazon have never suffered from hunting by people! In the afternoon, we return to our Lodge in Otorongo. . Showers and toilets available in Manu Nationa Reserve Center .

Manu nature  Day 5:

Casa Matsiguenga / Cocha Otorongo /Manu Biosphere Reserve .

Today the call of the red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus) will wake us up for take our breakfast. After that, we ll start to explore the primary forest very slowly where-where we will have the opportunity to see and know many such as, Monkeys, Mammals, Insect, Giant Trees, Ayahuasca Plants, Chestnut Trees, Seeds, Edible and Inedible Fruits Native and healing plants that native people use to heal themselves when they are sick. A visit to the lake of Cocha Otorongo is planned, where observation piers and a 20-meter observation tower in the rainforest canopy overlooking the lake are available for observing wildlife. We will also be on the lookout for a large family of Giant Otters that inhabit this lake Our guide will teach you about the flora and fauna of the Manu reserve . After that, we return night Lodge Machiguenga .
Showers and toilets available night walk in the Manu National Park

Manu Nature  Day 6:

Casa Matsiguenga / Dorado Lodge / manu Park center .

Today again call of the red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus) will wake us up. Unfortunately, we need to start our return on the Manu River, and one will be able to understand why Manu is so famous for its wildlife. At the edges of the river you will see groups of turtles, white alligators (Caiman cocodrylus), capybaras (Hydrochaeris) and perhaps a Jaguar (Panthera Onca) resting on a trunk and observing its territory .
In the afternoon we will arrive at the lodge where we will settle in our respective rooms afterwards we will have a walk around our Lodge. after dinner, we will have a night activity
Past the Nigth in Lodge with Showers and toilets available.

Manu Nature Day 7:

Dorado Lodge / Atalaya Port to Cusco .

We woke up very early today After breakfast on the last day of the trip, then we will pack things to take the boat and start navigating through the Madre de Dios high river towards the Atalaya port. Where Our private vehicle awaits us back to the City of Cusco Approximately we will arrive to the city of Cusco from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. – Peru

IMPORTANT IN THE MANU TOUR:

You need to get vaccinated against yellow fever, so bring some tablets with you to the jungle of Peru when you travel to Manu National Park, Tambopata Reserve and Sandoval Reserve.
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Includes in the Travel Manu Nature  7 days:

  • A professional naturalist Tour Guide;
  • Motorboat transportation;
  • Private vehicle land transportation;
  • Entrance Fee  to  Reserved Zone of the Manu National Park;
  • A professional Cook,
  • Meals: 6 Breakfast, 7 Lunch, 6 Dinner and drinking water (Please note: vegetarian option upon request for no extra cost!);
  • Accommodation: 6 Nights in our lodges;
  • First aid kit, including a poison extractor, mosquito bite treatment and an antidote for a snake bite;
  • Radio communications;
  • Rubber boots.

Not includes in the Manu Nature 7 days:

  • Any flight nor airport departure taxes;
  • Travel insurance;
  • Vaccination;
  • Breakfast on the first day and dinner on the last day;
  • Drinks;
  • Tips to local staff.

What to take with you to the Manu Nature  7 days:

  • Mosquito repellent (DEET 35 recommended as a MINIMUM!!),
  • Original passport,
  • Small backpack,
  • Long sleeved cotton shirts (preferably green coloured),
  • Long cotton trousers,
  • Cotton long socks (to be put into your trousers),
  • Comfortable walking shoes,
  • Sandals or light shoes,
  • Rain gear (e.g. rain poncho),
  • Sweater (for the beginning of the tour in Andes and the cloud forest only),
  • Swimsuit;
  • Binoculars (we also rent it),
  • Camera and its charger,
  • Plastic bags to be used for clothes and a camera,
  • A hat as a protection against the Sun or rain,
  • Toiletries,
  • Small towel,
  • Toilet paper,
  • Sun cream,
  • Sunglasses,
  • Flashlight (with spare bulb and batteries),
  • A bottled water (1 litre as a minimum),
  • Pocket money (Soles) to buy some beverages and souvenirs as well as to tip.

 

 

 

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Circle the Problem: A Case Study of the Manu Biosphere Reserve .
I. Introduction
In a nondescript oxbow lake formed by a meander of the Tambopata River lives a family of giant river otters. According to restrictions placed by a local ecotourism lodge visitors can only explore a small portion of the lake. The restrictions form a one-way glass wall preventing humans from intruding. To some extent it allows otters, and other fauna of the area, Manu Nature to determine the degree of human intrusion in the lake Manu nature. The idea of one-way walls – or fishbowls – has caught the attention of policymakers, researchers or conservationists who wish to preserve some of the world’s jeopardized ecosystems Manu Nature. One particular “fishbowl” initiative – biosphere reserves – has been created, packaged and advertised by the United Nation’s Man and the Biosphere Program (MAB) as an innovative laboratory for conservation and development. Instances of and support for biosphere reserves Manu Nature grew over the latter half of the 20th century. This paper examines the structure of the reserves and their importance today Manu Nature . It will analyze the merits of a biosphere reserve’s security system and provide recommendations for improving the initiative based off of a case study of the Manu Biosphere Reserve located in Peru Manu Nature. It will argue that the current security system provides inadequate protection to the core area of a biosphere reserve. The best means of creating an adequate defense system will require creating an independent funding source to finance paid security guards that protect the core area of a biosphere reserve ( Manu Nature ).

II. Biosphere Reserves 101 : Manu Nature Biosphere reserves came from discussions during the United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) “ Manu nature Biosphere Conference” in 1968. It strives to combine three functions Manu Nature:

(1) Manu Nature conservation of landscapes, ecosystems, species and genetic variation; (2) Manu Nature foster ecologically friendly human and economic development; and (3) Manu Nature  international logistical support for conservation and sustainable development (The Seville Strategy, 1).Manu Nature  The biosphere concept adopts a unique zoning system to accomplish its threefold purpose. According to MAB’s Statutory Framework of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves Manu Nature , a leading document that outlines the concept of biosphere reserves, land allocation to a “core area” serves the first function of biospheres. The act of devoting land of “sufficient size…to long-term protection according to the conservation objectives” attempts to accomplish this first goal (Statutory Framework, 17). A “buffer zone” and “transition area” serve the second function through promoting economic stimulators that also help the environment. An international network of information exchange among biosphere reserves, facilitated by MAB, accomplishes the third function Manu Nature.

II. Rise of the Biosphere Manu Nature .
Before proceeding to examine the particular workings of security systems within biosphere reserves,Manu Nature  their importance in the larger scheme of environmental conservation must be noted. The concept of “protected areas”, or setting aside areas of land in order that it preserves its intrinsic properties, is not a novel or inconsequential concept. Since the establishment of Yellowstone National Park in 1872, protected areas have grown to cover 12% of the Earth’s Transition Area Buffer Zone Manu Nature Core Area 3 landmass (Chape, Harrison, Spalding, and Lysenko, 2). Biosphere reserves are classified as protected areas and certainly factor into recent growth trends in the area of protected areas. Since 1975, when MAB first conceived the idea of a biosphere reserve, trends indicate that both instances of protected areas and the size of those protected areas have increased.  Biosphere reserves Manu Nature  are often created as an afterthought to a national park. As a result, “a number of biosphere reserves encompass areas protected by other systems” (Seville Strategy 2). The original national park assumes the role of the core area while buffer zones and transition zones organically grow around the core as land ownership constraints permit. Therefore, as displayed in the graph above, the fact that the cumulative area sites has increased at a greater rate than the cumulative number of sites since 1975 shows that biosphere reserves are weighting heavily into recently established protected areas. The creation of a biosphere reserve Manu Nature  typically involves increasing the land area of an already protected area and not necessarily creating a new park. The graph and these trends display two significant trends: (1) biosphere reserves are gaining popularity; and (2) biosphere reserves require landmasses larger than conventional national parks Manu Nature.

III. Security and Biospheres C hape, Harrison, Spalding, Lysen ko, pg. 450 4 The second of the two trends presented by the graph in particular concerns this paper. Biosphere reserves Manu Nature are often large, sprawling areas of land. In fact, MAB conceived biospheres to be just that. The program specifies that core areas “should embrace large areas” in order that they preserve ecosystems fully. Species of an ecosystem exhibit an incredible dependency on one another. Therefore “any strategy to conserve biodiversity must maintain the web of interactions that regulates and perpetuates the ecological system” (Terborgh, 15). Even the preservation of solely single species creates an argument for large reserves. The “populations of top predators frequently collapse in areas that are too small” and therefore their preservation make the case for “mega-reserves” (Laurance 646). The emphasis on allocating a large landmass provides for the conservation of whole ecosystems rather than particular species. It allows nature to maintain its own balances. The vast size of biosphere reserves brings an administrative and security nightmare Manu Nature. The picture on the right depicts a broken gate in the Tambopata region of Peru. A termite nest, circled in red, has weakened the left edge of the gate. It provides no functional value. The picture depicts the difficulty of building a physical security system to protect areas devoted to conservation  Manu Nature. The area must be large enough to maintain the web of interactions. However, building and maintaining physical boundaries that will not significantly damag 5 nested buffer zones that allow increased human interference with increased distance from the
core area formally comes from MAB discussions Manu Nature. The intent being that the zones Manu Nature“should ideally protect resources while being culturally acceptable and economically viable” (Heinin, Mehta, 47). While biosphere reserves fully advocate the idea of buffer zones, there are few studies that really test the effectiveness of buffer zones Manu Nature. Most studies that have been conducted focus on the socioeconomic effects rather than the implicit security functions that buffer zones provide (Heinin, Mehta, 48). The situation in the Manu Nature Biosphere Reserve in Peru provides and excellent framework for understanding if biosphere reserves are truly realizing the protection proclaimed by their advocates Manu Nature .

IV. Ecosystems of Manu Biosphere Reserve Scientists rate Manu Nature National Park, the land that accounts for the core area of the Manu Biosphere Reserve, as one of the few remaining gems in the rapidly deforesting Amazon. Its
remote location makes it difficult for even poachers and loggers to penetrate. The area supports a diverse array of fauna, flora and in particular rare top predators such as the harpy eagle and jaguar (Gentry 49). The varied altitudes of the park allow for a number of ecosystems and thus the astounding diversity of the park. The buffer zone currently only protects the eastern edges of the park. However, plans are in place to gradually increase the area (Yallico, Freitas 14). When Manu Nature National Park was first established the Peruvian Manu Nature government hired army corps, bought boats and vehicles, and trained a staff in the protection of the core area of the biosphere reserve. In the early days of the park the guards effectively shielded the park against poachers, gold miners, loggers and other people who contributed to the degradation of the area. As political priorities, and subsequently funding for the park, changed the situation of the core area significantly degraded. Only recently, when the government has provided the park with 6 financial assistance is it doing better (Terborgh 33). Physical and active security systems provided a strong support system for protecting the core area of the park. The buffer zones, which provided natural land barriers to protect the core area, did not provide as much or effective protection and physical, man-powered security systems did. While this paper still advocates the use of a human force as a security system a disadvantage must be noted. One of the dominant ecosystems of Manu National Park, Manu Nature  the tropical montane forests, is particularly vulnerable to climate change. Global temperature increases significantly affect cloud forest due to a dramatic decrease in clouds at lower altitudes and cloud forest epiphytes are particularly sensitive to such changes in humidity (Bubb, May, Miles, Sayer 18). Therefore, no matter how much money, energy and time Manu devotes to physically protecting its core area, the effects of global climate change will inevitably adversely affect the ecosystems of the park Manu nature .

V. People of Manu Biosphere Reserve Manu Nature : While the activities of the core and buffer zones are required to be non-extractive, the transition zones of biosphere reserves allow native populations to live and utilize the resources.
The allowance implicitly argues that those native populations will not conduct activities significantly destructive to the reserve. It also places the faith in these people to remain outside of the core area – which is meant to exist only as a laboratory for low impact observation and research. In the absence of security guards there is no way to monitor the activities of these native tribes. Four ethno-groups live in the biosphere, of which one is uncontacted. All of the contacted groups have gradually shifted from more nomadic to sedentary lifestyles. Research by Joesph Henrich indicates that “traditional patters of subsistence and resource use are evolving into a highly unsustainable mixture of commodity production” for the Machigunga, a group living in the biosphere reserve (Henrich 322). In the face of increasing availability to western commodity markets in the past two decades the group has lost many of its
nomadic resource management practices and instead intensively farm the land. Henrich’s conclusion comes from observing their primary money making practices. He found an almost linear association between the number of cows owned by a community and the number of hectares that community cleared for their grazing. The maximum, owned by the Nuevo Mundo Machiguenga community, totaled to 40 cows and 30 hectares of cleared land (Henrich 337). Only personnel on guard can monitor the resource use of such ethno groups to ensure the core area is not disturbed Manu Nature.

VI. Recommendations Before making any final recommendations one additional issue must be discussed. The
intent of this paper is not to open a discourse regarding the ethical soundness of restraining the resource use of ethno-groups. It is not even to engage in a discussion regarding the effectiveness of national parks or non-extractive protected areas Manu Nature . Rather it is to examine, based on the case of the Manu Nature Biosphere Reserve, if the reserve is truly realizing the claims of security to the core zone provided by the buffer zone. Clearly, based on ability of both internal and external human groups to extract resources, the buffer zone simply does not provide adequate protection to the core area. Certainly in the case of the Manu Biosphere Reserve, the well-being of the park stood at the whim of political powers miles away in Peru’s capitol. Therefore, the park must establish financial independence and use the money to support the upkeep of the park – in particular to fund a guard force Manu Nature . Legally land rights of a biosphere reserve reside in the hands of the local or regional government. However, to prevent the park from feeling the effect of a budget squeeze financial independence is crucial. The logistical support aspect of biosphere reserves provides an incredible resource to leverage. Biosphere reserves can use the network of resources to learn about, discuss, and improve their financial management skills Manu Nature.

 

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