The southern portion of the Peruvian Amazon is home to the Manú National Park, the largest national park in Peru, and the Tambopata Candamo Nature Reserve. The Tambopata Candamo Reserve incorporates three different ecosystems: the Amazonian plains, the Andes Mountains, and the Pampas lowlands, and the Manú National Park spreads from the Andes to the Madre de Dios River.
Manú is well-known for excellent bird watching, with more species of birds found in the park than in the United States and Canada combined. Both reserves feature fantastic ecosystems to explore, as well as a number of indigenous communities. Adventure opportunities abound in this fascinating region, and your Ker & Downey travel expert will happily assist you in customizing your own Amazonian itinerary.