Tres Cruces Peru

Tres Cruces Peru

Manu Hiking TourDay 01: Cusco - TRES CRUCES
Day 02: TRES CRUCES - TAMBO PAITITI
Day 03: TAMBO PAITITI
Day 04: TAMBO PAITITI - Cusco

Provider includes:

Exclusive transportation, 1 night in camp, camping equipment, 2 nights in TAMBO PAITITI, meals (3 x break fast, 4 x lunch, 3 x dinner), snacks, potable water, hot products, and skilled English speaking guide.

Suggested gear:

  • Binoculars
  • Camera + additional electric batteries
  • Flash-light + extra battery packs
  • Sunscreen cream (SPF at least 30)
  • Insect repellent
  • Individual toiletries and medicines
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat
  • Long-sleeved t-shirts
  • Lengthy jeans
  • Hiking shoes
  • Sneakers/ sandals
  • Rain fit
  • Swimsuit
  • Warm sleeping case (limited to camp at Tres Cruces)

Day 01: Cusco - TRES CRUCES

The trip starts in the early morning making from Cusco in personal bus. Through the journey across the tiny road, you can enjoy the impressive landscape regarding the Andean highlands, crossing the Huachuqasa Pass (4100 m/ 13.451 ft), and moving tiny communities. Leaving the colonial town of Paucartambo behind, you can expect to attain the Acjanaco Pass (3550 m / 11.647 ft), the entry of this Manu National Park. You will definitely begin a-two hour walk off the roadway until reaching Tres Cruces de Oro (3600 m/ 11.811 ft). This place offers an excellent view over the east mountains regarding the Andes additionally the green canopy of the Amazon forest. Camp during the standpoint.

Day 02: TRES CRUCES - TAMBO PAITITI

Early birds can observe an amazing sunrise, becoming surrounded by the snow-capped mountains of the Cordillera Vilcanota and Cordillera Urubamba. Could look-over the Andes into the Amazon Rainforest that also includes the horizon. After break fast you will definitely start your hike descending the lush east mountains for the Andes. Benefit from the interesting differ from the Altiplano on Cloud Forest associated with Manu Biosphere Reserve featuring its wealthy fauna and flora! In afternoon you may attain the San Pedro River. A brief forest walk needs you to the Manu Eco Lodge TAMBO PAITITI (1500 m/ 4.921 ft). TAMBO PAITITI

Day 03: TAMBO PAITITI

The first morning is the better time for bird observing and observance of other animals for the Cloud woodland. Through the observance tower or the various platforms of TAMBO PAITITI it self and just over the San Pedro River you may possibly begin to see the Andean Cock of the Rock (nationwide bird of Peru), Toucan, Quetzal, Tanager and Motmot and Woolly Monkeys, Brown Capuchin Monkeys, Tayra, Agouti, Southern Tamandua and South United states Coati. The Manu Cloud Forest can also be habitat regarding the evening Monkey, the uncommon Spectacled Bear, the Jaguarondi, Ocelot, Puma, Weasel, Otter, squirrels and a huge category of rats and bats. After a delicious morning meal in TAMBO PAITITI your guide will ask you to keep the Manu Eco Lodge for a hike through Manu Cloud Forest, another observation stroll will undoubtedly be available in the mid-day. Needless to say, you may also just unwind observing nature from terrace regarding the lodge along with other viewpoints, you can also have a refreshing bathtub in San Pedro River. After-dinner you might encounter nature within dark and learn more about the fauna and flora associated with the Manu Cloud woodland.

Source: www.perudiscovery.com
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