Bird Tour Manu National Park – Amazon Birds
Bird Tour to Manu National Park: The 3.7 million-acre Manu National Park was formed in 1973 Peru and was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1987. Tourist lodges are not allowed in the park itself. In 1980 a relatively small area to the east of the park was designated as a Tourist Reserve Zone, reserved for tourist and commercial activities.
The Manu Biosphere Reserve, internationally recognized in 1977 as a Biosphere Reserve under UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Programme, is composed of three main parts: Manu National Park, the Reserve Zone, and the Cultural Zone. Separate from the Manu Biosphere, yet areas now important to conservation and indigenous Indian sustainable development projects, are the private nature reserves located east of the Manu BioSphere along the Made de Dios River. These areas are referenced as the Manu Wilderness.