Birding Peru's Manu Biosphere Reserve: Essential Montane and Amazon Habitats
The fantastic birding loop includes all of the top birding sites from Cuzco including Huacarpay Lake, and then off to the top three birding destinations in Peru. The trip spends three nights at Cock-of-the Rock Lodge, then four nights at Amazonian Lodge before wrapping up at the world famous Manu Wildlife Center (5 nights).
More Details About this Trip:
This base trip usually records well over 500 bird species in just over just two weeks, and The trip will likely pick up 23 Peruvian endemics. Top local guides will also help you find a number of Andean endemics, near endemics and other key species.
Besides a two week itinerary with the potential for to see over 500 bird species, the trip will have a one week extension to Machu Picchu to enjoy this high mountain area and including the opportunity to extend the trip list to 620 and perhaps 670 species!
Pricing: $4,990 US Dollars or £3,870 GBP for 15 Days and 14 Nights
Group Size: Most tours viable at 4 to 8 participants (priced at 7 participants).
July 5 to 19 , 2021
Bearded Mountaineer, Peruvian Piedtail, Rufous-webbed Brilliant, Koepcke's Hermit, White-browed Hermit, Green-and-White Hummingbird, White-tufted Sunbeam, Rufous-crested Coquette, Andean Negrito, Plumbeous Rail, Pavonine Quetzal, Rufous-headed Woodpecker, Peruvian Recurvebill, Ihering's Antwren, Manu Antbird, and Imperial Snipe.
Peruvian endemics include Rusty-fronted Canastero, Chustnut-breasted Mountain Finch, Black-faced Brush-Finch, Red-and-White Antpitta, Cerulean-capped Manakin, Cusco Brush-Finch, Fine-barred Piculet, Scarlet-hooded Barbet, a new species of Tanager and more.
Birding Peru's Manu Biosphere Reserve: Essential Montane and Amazon Habitats with José Antonio Padilla: July 5 to 19 plus Machu Picchu Extension to July 23
Birding Peru's Manu Biosphere Reserve: Essential Montane and Amazon Habitats with José Antonio Padilla: August 23 to September 5 plus Machu Picchu Extension to September 10