Madre de Dios
A region in southeastern Peru’s Amazon Basin, Madre de Dios is a jungle experience like no other. Among the region’s many highlights is Puerto Maldonado, a city that serves as a gate to Manu National Park, Tambopata National Reserve, and Bahuaja-Sonene National Park—all areas defined by jungle beauty. Manu National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Centre, meaning it should rank high on your list of to-dos. The tropical forest is famous for its biodiversity, and it’s the meeting point of the Tropical Andes and the Amazonian Lowland forests. 200 species of mammals call the region home, and birdwatchers will be happy to learn that 800 species of birds reside in the area. As such, Madre de Dios is the adventure in the jungle you’ve been waiting for.
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