Southern Jungle

Both the Manu Biosphere Reserve and Tambopata National Park offer amazing wildlife spotting, large parts being remote and pristine, with such highlights as macaw clay licks and birdwatching on undisturbed lakes. The southern selva is found mostly within the Department of Madre de Dios, created in 1902, and contains the Manu National Biosphere Reserve (2.05 million ha), the Tambopata National Reserve (254,358 ha) and the Bahuaja-Sonene National Park (1.1 million ha).

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