It is located in the southern region of Peru. Its area includes part of the Andean department of Cusco and the jungle department of Madre de Dios. With over 2 million hectares, an area rich in flora and fauna.
Recognized as "World Heritage Site" and "Biosphere Reserve" Manu has the greatest biodiversity in the world, with hundreds of species of birds, monkeys, cats, reptiles and fish, as well as an amazing variety of plants and flowers. It is one of the most biodiverse regions in the world, also one of the most important research centers in tropical forests. Today is visited by foreign tourists who come from different countries to visit tourist areas of our country.