Manu National Park is located between the regions of Cusco and Madre de Dios, in the southeast of Peru. It spans an area of around 1 909 806 hectares, divided in three sectors: the National Park, the Reserved Zone and the Cultural Zone. It has a rainy climate, with temperatures ranging from 35 °C during the morning and 20 °c during the night.
Manu National Park allows visitors to witness the wonders of South American rainforests firsthand. The wide variety of flora and fauna can be observed on the numerous river shores, oxbow lakes and forests that made up the reserve.