• Availability: Available now
  • Group size: 2-10
  • Tour Type: Manu jungle trip
  • Max. Elevation: 3770 meters above sea level

Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip 8D/7N

1700 USD Per person

Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip 8D/7N

The Manu National Park is a protected natural space, located in the southeast of Peru. Partially located in the departments of Madre de Dios and Cusco; in the provinces of Paucartambo and Manu. If Machu Picchu is the jewel in the crown of our country in terms of Inca culture; Manu National Park is number one in the category of jungle and wild nature. It is a magical place, isolated and one of the last bastions of this fragile ecosystem that still remains practically intact and you will be to explore experiencing this Manu Peruvian Amazon trip.

This 8-day tour in the Manu jungle will allow you to explore the most remote and untouched part of this part of the Peruvian jungle. Leisurely explore the Otorongo, Salvador, Camungo and Blanquillo oxbow lakes. Taking these 8-day trip to the deepest part of Manu national park, gives you the opportunity to visit the Maquinachayoc mammal clay lick and the Blanquillo macaw clay lick; two of the most amazing spots in Manu to observe wildlife. Observe animals in their natural habitat and without any kind of contact with civilization. Observe black and white caimans, giant river otters, turtles, deer, tapirs, macaws, peccaries, capybaras, monkeys, birds of all kinds and with a bit of luck jaguars, panthers, ocelots and pumas. Without a doubt, this 8-day trip to Manu will allow you to observe the best of one of the most biodiverse jungles in the world.

The Manu Biosphere Reserve: is divided into several areas that should be understood so as not to lead to misunderstandings. These are the Manu National Park and the Manu Cultural Zone.

Manu National Park is the largest area with 100% protection and in turn it is also divided into two more zones.

The intangible zone: Is where the “uncontacted” tribes live in voluntary isolation; and where one of the world renowned biological stations, called: Cocha Cashu. As a tourist you are not allowed to access this area; since it is dedicated only to research and a special permit is required. It is located from the Pakitza checkpoint to the limits of the Manu river.

The reserved area or buffer zone: where tourism has access only through the 8 agencies that have special permission. It goes from the confluence of the Alto Madre de Dios and Manu rivers, called Boca Manu to the Pakitza checkpoint.

Manu cultural zone:, It is located on the right bank of the Alto Madre de Dios river; and some of its tributaries. Matsiguenka communities live here; and the level of protection is not as high as in the Manu National Park. Tourism is also allowed here; although, as its name suggests, it is based more on knowing the local cultures than on wildlife observation.

Highlights of our Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip 

*In order to provide you a fantastic wildlife experience. We located our lodges in the best spots; and where there are more chances to see big mammals and macaws.

*We have a partnership with the Blanquillo Private Reserve. Which is denominated by previous tourists; as the best area to observe mammals.

*We have very well educated guides who are passionate about their work and nature.

*All our food is served as buffet.

*Because we going to be in the Amazon jungle; we will surprise you with delicious typical dishes from this region.

* We include, telescope equipment; and books to facilitate the sighting of animals and birds.

*Be part of our social and environmental projects.

*We prepare food for our tourists and team with 100% organic vegetables purchased from local producers.

Trip overview of our Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip 

  • Trek Type: Connection with nature. Wildlife observation. Typical jungle food and walks in the jungle.
  • Good for: those in moderate shape or better
  • Difficulty: Moderate to difficult. You need to understand that it is not about comfort; but in exchange you get to leave everything behind and live an amazing experience in the Amazon jungle.
  • Consideration: There is not hot showers in most of the lodges; we’ll be in the jungle where temperatures are around 35 °C. And shower water is not cold. In the lodges electricity is only two to three hours; and it is usually at night. (basic accomodation but clean). Always keep in mind, that you are going to the jungle; and you will be in direct contact with many types of insects (thick presence of mosquitoes) and animals. The weather is hot and humid. The paths are usually muddy, due the humidity of the amazon forest; and to see animals we need a little bit of luck and to keep our eyes up. The short night walks; are done every day. because every night there is a great possibility; to see a different animal species.

In addition to all of the above, we have a unique itinerary of just 8 days; that will take you into the depths of the Manu National Park. Which is one of the most biodiverse places in the world; and least explored by tourists due to its remoteness. Keep in mind that there are many hours; where we will be sitting in the car or on the boat observing wildlife.

  • Season: April to Octuber

Day 1: Cusco – Paucartambo – San Fernando Lodge.

  • Activities: Two-hours hike to observe wildlife. Horse ride in front of the sunset. Shower on a crystalline water river.
  • Lodge Altitude: 689 meters above sea level
  • Considered: 7-hour car drive, on a non paved track; with a lot of switchbacks.
  • Weather: Warm, humid and with mosquito.

IncaGo Expeditions will pick you up at 5:00 in the morning from your accommodation in Cusco to then drive you for 1 hour and 30 minutes to the pre-Inca tombs of Ninamarka. Here your guide will share interesting facts about the tombs and reasons of locating burials in elevated spots. Then you are transported for 1 hour to Tres Cruces de Oro, which is the official entry to the Manu national park and also place where you will have breakfast. Once your bellies are happy you continue in the van 40 more minutes. You will start walking down in the Manu cloud forest to observe cocks of the rocks, masked trogons, Andean great toucans, Peruvian quetzals, monkeys and tanagers.

Then you will be driven for 1 hour to our family lodge where you will have a delicious buffet lunch. In the afternoon you can dip in the crystalline water river and horse ride in the pastures of the farm. After tasting a delicious dinner, you will walk at night in the forest to spot Manu cloud forest frogs, spiders and snakes.

** The first day trip in the cloud forest of Manu will give you the chances to spot endemic creatures of this region.

DAY 02: San Fernando – Alto Madre de Dios River – Boca Manu – Yine Lodge.

  • Activities: A lot of observation of wildlife; from a motor boat. Observation of monkeys in the forest. Short night walk around the jungle.
  • Lodge Altitude: 450 meters above sea level.
  • Considered: 5-hour motorized boat drive. Cold shower. Electricity. Box lunch.
  • Weather: Warm, humid and with mosquito.

Your Manu Amazonian tour guide will wake you up at 5:00 in the morning with a refreshing fruit juice, once you get ready you will have an organic buffet breakfast. Then you’ll be transported for 40 minutes to the Atalaya port. From where you will embark on the Alto Madre de Dios River for 5 hours to the native community of Boca Manu. Along the motorboat ride, your guide will point out many wildlife you will observe from the boat, also you’ll stop to observe and learn about them. On this stretch you can see: neotropical cormorants, tiger herons, white herons, skunk birds, kingfishers, harpy eagles, jabirus, roseate spoonbills, turtles and also monkeys jumping from tree to tree. Today you’ll have a boxed lunch in the motor boat.

You’ll arrive to the lodge around 14:00 pm. You can take a refreshing cold shower and rest for a bit after a long motorboat day to the deepest part of the Manu Amazon Reserved Zone. In the afternoon you will explore the jungle looking for the red howler and spider monkeys, you can also spot herds of peccaries doing their daily labour. In the evening you’ll enjoy a enriching talk in the tea time and a delicious dinner. later, let’s walk at night to spot, different spicies of spiders, frogs and snakes than the first night.

** Be ready to start being amazed by the Manu Reserved Zone wildlife.

Day 3: Yine – Safari Lodge – Salvador Oxbow Lake.

  • Activities: A lot of observation of fascinating jungle wildlife. We´ll paddle the Salvador lake; which is crowded of black caimans and giant otters. We spend a great time in front of a stunning sunset amog palm trees.
  • Lodge Altitude: 450 meters above sea level.
  • Considered: 4-hour motorized boat drive. Cold shower. No electricity. Box lunch.
  • Weather: Warm, humid and with mosquito.

Today you will leave the Alto Madre de Dios river and sail up the Manu river to get deepest part of the Manu reserved zone. We mean you will reach the most remote part of the Manu national park that is allow for tourist exploration, because also there are areas that are allow only for researchers and biologists. You will be ridden in the motor boat for 4 hours to the Matsigenka lodge, which belongs to the native community that lives in the reserved zone of Manu. This ridden trip will be a magnificent chance to observe white caimans in the Manu river bank, capybaras, tapirs, turtles, tiger herons and with a lot of luck a jaguar resting on a log.

Upon our arrival to the m Matsigenka lodge, you can take a refreshing cold shower and have a delicious buffet lunch prepared by our expert chef. In the afternoon your expert Manu amazon guide will lead you to the Otorongo oxbow lake to search for families of giant otters fishing catfishes, zungaros, pacos or gamitamas. Also you can spot black caimans, monkeys, hoatzins, and many other endemic birds of the Manu Reserved area.

** The highlight of the day in the Manu jungle is the observation of white and black caimans if addition of a family of giant otters.

Day 4: Safari Lodge – Salvador and Otorongo Oxbow Lakes.

  • Activities: We’ll visit two incredible lakes; of the Manu Reserved Zone. We´ll be amazed by a wonderful sunset; on the amazonian plain.
  • Lodge Altitude: 450 meters above sea level.
  • Considered: A lot of walking around the forest; and paddling around the lake.
  • Weather: Warm, humid and with mosquito.

You will be woken up by your guide very early to have a nutritious breakfast. Then you will walk for 1 hour to the Salvador oxbow lake to observe giant otters beginning their daily fishing labor. Capuchin monkeys are also very active in the morning, so you will see them jumping from tree to tree in the shores of the Salvador lake. Also if you are lucky you can see black caimans hunting mammals, fishing or just resting in the lake. Then you will hike in the Manu jungle forest looking for 800 years old trees, that have never been touch by human beings. Among the trees you will spot are: The Kapok tree, the Brazilian chestnut tree and the Mahogany.

Afterwards you will hike 1-hour back to the lodge to have a delicious buffet lunch. After resting for a bit and taking a cold shower you will walk to the Otorongo oxbow lake, where you will look once more for herons, hoatzins, peccaries and dozens of monkeys jumping from tree to tree. Remember that the chances to spot animals depends on luck, and every opportunity of going to the oxbow lake is a great occasion to observe new animal species or the same ones you already seen but now in different daily situations. Your guide will also lead you to the summit of a wood tower to you be astonished by the beautiful sunset over the Manu Peruvian Amazonian plain. At night we’ll enjoy a rewarding organic buffet dinner prepared with local ingredients.

** Manu and its reserved zone gives you the luck of observing incredible wildlife in its oxbow lakes.

DAY 5: Safari Lodge – Blanquillo Lodge – Mammal Clay Lick.

  • Activities: Observation of mammals with nocturnal habits; from a hidden wood tower.
  • Lodge Altitude: 280 meters above sea level.
  • Considered: 6-hour on a motor boat. Cold shower and box lunch.
  • Weather: Warm, humid and with mosquito.

Today you will visit a different stunning region of the Manu reserved zone, where you will spot mammals. To start this amazing day in the Manu jungle, you will have a nutritious buffet breakfast. You’ll be driven in our motor boat, for 4 hours back the Alto Madre de Dios river; along the way you will have a new chance to spot white caimans resting on the banks, kingfishers, different types of herons, turtles and maybe this time the great jaguar. Then you continue two more hours through the Alto Madre de Dios river to the lodge in Maquinachayoc. Upon arrival to the lodge you will take a refreshing cold shower. In the afternoon you will hike for 1 hour to a hidden tower in the jungle to observe incredible creatures.

The Manu mammal clay lick attracts many species that cannot be seen anywhere else in the rainforest. Some animals, like the jaguar or the giant anteater, are very elusive. Due to their shyness and scarcity, you will most likely see them while being hidden in the wood tower. The species that are more active during the late day are the peccaries who comes in herds of 5 to 20.  Other wildlife may also appear, from deer, porcupines, tapirs, ocelots to parakeets. Furthermore, the area is sometimes home to a rare harpy eagle nest. At night let’s have a delicious dinner and explore the forest to look for different nocturnal Manu reserved zone animals.

** What a day in the Manu national park to spot mammals in a clay lick located deep in the jungle.

DAY 6: Blanquillo Lodge – Macaw Clay Lick Blanco Oxbow Lake

Observatory Tower.

  • Activities: A lot of animals and plants to observe; and learn about them.
  • Lodge Altitude: 200 meters above sea level.
  • Considered: A lot of walking around the forest; and paddling in the lake. Cold shower.
  • Weather: Warm, humid and with mosquito.

Our Manu exploration trip starts very early, you will leave the lodge at 4 in the morning and you’ll sail up the river for 20 minutes to the river bank from where you will hike 45 minutes to the Blanquillo macaw clay lick. Here there is a huge kapok tree with 45 conditioned seats that are located just 50 meters away from one of the most amazing clay lick in the Manu national park. You will have and live a fantastic colorful show; hundreds of red, blue, green and yellow macaws flying close to you. Also you will observe green and blue parrots and parakeets and perhaps to their predators such as the black hawk and jaguar.

There are some nutrients that Amazonian animals simply cannot get from the leaves or fruits. While scientists are still arguing about what it is, it’s probably salt. After all, living far from the salty Atlantic Ocean, and separated from the nearby Pacific by gigantic Andean mountains, means that salt is hard to come by here in the Amazon Rainforest. It is hardly on the ground, neither in the rain nor in the rivers. So the animals in the jungle need to find a way to get sodium. The way many animals do this is eating clay. In fact, that’s where the Mammal clay licks and macaw clay licks in the Manu national park are the perfect spots to watch animals.

Following, you will go to the Blanquillo lodge to have a nutritious breakfast. Then you will walk for 1 hour to the Blanquillo oxbow lake to spot giant otters, black caimans and around 600 types of birds. You’ll have a box lunch while you paddle a wood catamaran looking for amazing Manu animals and birds. In the afternoon you’ll come back to the lodge, so we can take a cold shower. Then in the late day, you will walk up to a 42-meter-high canopy tower to contemplate a stunning sunset over the Amazonian Peruvian plain and the Madre de Dios river. Also from this tower you will observe many types of birds coming back home after finishing their daily feeding labor.

** What a combo, IncaGo Expeditions gives you the chance to spot macaws and mammals in the best Manu reserved zone clay licks.

Day 7: Blanquillo Lodge – Camungo Oxbow Lake.

  • Activities: A lot of animals and plants to observe; and learn about them.
  • Lodge Altitude: 200 meters above sea level.
  • Considered: A lot of walking around the forest; and paddling in the Camungo lake. Cold shower.
  • Weather: Warm, humid and with mosquito.

One of the noisiest animals in the Manu national park will wake you up this morning. Herds of howler monkeys live around the Blanquillo lodge. This beautiful howler monkey is fighting to survive. In fact, its work is very important for the regeneration of forests, but it is in danger of extinction according to the Red List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature. The joy you have of still seeing them in large numbers and in their wild habitat. After a delicious and varied organic breakfast, you will hike for 45 minutes to the Camungo lake; along the way you will see groups of capuchins and spider monkeys jumping around you from tree to tree.

Once you arrive to the Camungo oxbow lake, you will paddle around it, seeking for harpy eagles, jabirus, roseate spoonbills, jungle geese, white herons, another family of giant otters and black caimans. Then you’ll hike through the jungle forest looking for interesting medicinal plants, flowers and bushes. Afterwards you will head back to the lodge to have a delicious buffet lunch. After taking a cold shower and resting for a bit you will hike 30 minutes to a wood tower to observe macaws, eagles, parrots and many other birds coming back home and a fantastic sunset over the Madre de Dios river.

** Camungo oxbow lake keeps interesting and endemic birds of the Manu reserved zone.

DAY 8: Blanquillo – Boca Colorado – Santa Rosa – Puerto Maldonado or Cusco.

After a delicious and last breakfast in your amazing trip in the Manu national park, you will sail downstream for 3 hours to Boca Colorado. Here you will goodbye to the boatman and crew who accompanied you during this lifetime trip in the Peruvian jungle. From here you will ride a private cab for 1-hour to Puerto Punkiri (why the cab?), this is due our private van cannot enter to Boca Colorado.

Then you will cross the Inambari river in a local boat for 20 minutes to Puerto Carlos, here our private transport will be waiting for you. From here is takes 3 hours to Puerto Maldonado from where you can fly to Lima. Or also we can drive you to Cusco. It takes 6 hours to drive you from here to Cusco.

Important note: We can start this Manu reserved zone also from Puerto Maldonado and ending up in Cusco.

Important Note: If you would not like to travel many hours by bus to Cusco; we can take you for two and a half hours to the airport at Puerto Maldonado. Where we will arrive at 2:00 pm. and from where you can fly to Cusco or Lima (the flight tickets are not included).

** This premium tour in the Manu jungle, tours one of the most megadiverse parks on the planet from corner to corner.

Included on the Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip

Professional english speaker Guides: all our super tour guides grew up in Madre de Dios region; and studied tourism for five years at university. They are friendly, funny, charming, knowledgeable, professional and will care your safety; into the Manu Reserved Zone.

Permits: As soon as, we get your details and deposit; we will purchase your permits for the Manu Reserved Zone.

Briefing: The night before your trip; you will come to our office for your informative meeting. You will receive your duffle bag to you bring essential items for this Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip.

Lodge: This Manu Jungle Trip includes; seven nights in basic rustic lodges in Manu National Park. The lodge we book, will be listed on your invoice. Be aware, that there is not hot showers in the lodge; and electricity just works by generator for one hour at night. If you want charge any device.

Transportation: Incas Path will be providing all transportation for this Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip. You will be picked up from your hotel at 5 am. and brought to the peruvian amazon jungle. We also include all boat and car transportation that we will need; on this 8 day jungle trip.

Food: Our Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip; includes expert chefs who will cook delicious meals: that many previous tourist have loved. We honor all food restrictions, so be sure to add any that you have on your booking form; and let us know. Food is typically all served as buffet.

Water: From the first lunch to the end of our Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip; we include water. You must bring personal water bottles and or a camelback. We advise you, to bring a bottle or camelback of 1.5 liters; as being well hydrated, is the key to feeling great in the amazon jungle.

Extras: We profess that it is the attention to small details; that separates us from other travel agencies. Each tourist receives wellington boots.

First Aid: Every guide has got training in first aid; from a clinic and firemen. We elaborate mandatory training sessions; every February on the Manu National Park. Which every Incas Path tour guide must attend. Your tour leader is going to have always a first-aid kit; for basic medical problems.

Not Included on the Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip

Due to the remote location of the Manu National Park and the lodges; some ítems listed below are not included:

  • Daypack: We suggest you to use a daypack that not exceed 25L to carry: passport, water, sun hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, bug spray, rain jacket; and a warm jacket.
  • Binocular
  • Electricity
  • Hot Shower
  • Snacks
  • Flight tickets or bus tickets
  • Gratuities for our staff: Incas Path ensures all staff are fairly paid; and therefore gratuities are optional and at your own discretion.
  • Travel Insurance: Highly recommended for all tourist


We would love to tour this Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip with you and your loved ones; and take care of immortalizing your visit to the peruvian jungle. We can leave any day from April to October; as it is the dry season in the Manu National Park.

Group Price (2020):

  • $1700 per person

Private Tour:
Private tours are available and priced by party size.

  • 2 Tourist: $980 per person
    3 Tourist: $925 per person
    4 Tourist: $870 per person
    5 Tourist: $815 per person
    6 Tourist: $760 per person
    7 Tourist: $705 per person
    8 or more Tourist: $650 per person

Please send everything to info@cuscodigital.com

We suggest you to carry lightweight daypack; that the is key to feeling good exploring the Manu Peruvian Amazon trip.

  • Original Passport.
  • Immigration Card (given on the plane as you enter Peru).
  • Bug spray; 100 DEET.
  • Good daypack (the smaller, the better)
  • Water storage: Water reservoir like Camelbaks are encouraged – but enough for at least 2-3 liters.
  • Comfortable hiking boots (lightweight with good soles)

** we provide wellington boots

For Your Duffel: we will carry up to 7 kg of your personal items.

  • 07 long-sleeved shirts: (at least for the days you will be in the excursion; avoid black colors: as they attract easily the flies and mosquitoes)
  • 06 tank top, for the nights; as there is not air conditioning but there is, mosquito nets in the beds.
  • 03 quick dry full-length pants.
  • 06 Socks: you should have comfortable hiking style socks; that are mid to long length.
  • Sunhat
  • Rain jacket and plastic poncho
  • Fleece
  • Rain jacket
  • Camera
  • Power bank
  • Headlamp
  • Binoculars
  • Swimming suit
  • Flip flops or sandals
  • Music (IPhone)
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Extra Money for Souvenirs, Drinks & Tips
  • Personal medication
  • Sunscreen
  • Face Wipes: the humidity will cause you to sweat
  • Deodorant, you will use more than normal; due to the sweat
  • ziplocs or resealable plastic storage bags
  • Anti-Itch Cream

Arriving to Cusco

The airport in Cusco at the present time is only for domestic flights; so all international travelers by plane must disembark in Lima and go through Customs. Even if your flight to Cusco is the same day by the same airline carrier. You must grab your bags in Lima; and then check them back in.
The best way to arrive to Cusco is by air; and there are several options in airlines. LATAM tends to be the most expensive, but has the most options and flights.
Expect delays or flight cancellations; due to the high altitude of the andes, it tends to be difficult to land, and any weather inconvenience will stop air traffic.
Bus travel is always available and while the trip can be long; especially from Lima. The buses company such as: Cruz del Sur or Oltursa; are very well maintained and comfortable. This option is strongly encouraged if coming from a city closer to Cusco, like: Arequipa or Puno.

Luggage Storage

Any extra luggage you have with you, can be left safely in Cusco at either your hotel; or with us, at the Incas Path deposit. We will grab the extra luggage from you the morning of your tour; and return once you are back in Cusco.
Make sure your suitcase have some kind of identification on them; so they are easy to locate.


Of course weather is unpredictable. Typically the dry season in the Manu National Park, is from April through October; but this does not stop rain, from falling in June or the sun from coming out in December. Just be prepared; no matter what month you are doing the Manu Amazon Trip; please make sure that you have rain gear, that includes a waterproof jacket, pants and plastic ponchos.

Travel Insurance

To protect your journey investment; we highly recommend the purchase of travel insurance. Acquiring travel insurance before you leave home; is strongly encouraged and very easy.

These are the most used vaccines to travel to the Manu Peruvian Amazon Trip

In this post, we cite the vaccines to travel to the Peruvian jungle; according to the activity that the traveler will perform in these jungle areas. In addition, the information was consulted from important sources such as: the websites of the Ministry of Health of Peru; and also of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention of the United States. Keep informing yourself!
Although at the Jorge Chavez Airport you will not be asked about your vaccination status; in some countries they do require a vaccination certificate. Therefore it is better to be prevented and to inform yourself: in the authorized International Vaccination Center of your country; about what you should apply before traveling.
Remember, that vaccines avoid possible infectious problems during the trip; and also to keep your immunizations up to date.

What animal could infect you in the jungle?

Well, mosquitoes are the bearers of the fearsome diseases; causing deaths on the planet. We are talking about insect bites infected with: Malaria, Yellow Fever and even Dengue.
It is probably, the most dangerous animal in the Amazon rainforest; even more than piranhas, anacondas or fierce jaguars.
Without vaccination, even the bite of an infected mosquito; could ruin your vacation.

What do the authorities tell us about getting vaccinated?

According to the website of the Ministry of Health of Peru (MINSA). The risks of contracting Malaria, is latent in many areas of Peru. With the exception of the departments of: Arequipa, Moquegua, Puno, Tacna, Lima and in its surroundings; nor in the high tourist areas like: Cusco, Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca. Likewise, Puerto Maldonado and the Manu National Park and other endemic geographical areas of Peru; are mentioned as a risk zone.

If you travel to the Peruvian jungle, it is better to consult the doctor who keeps your health history; at least 4 weeks before, making the trip. So that the doctor explains you, about the type of vaccine that you should apply; and how long does it take to take effect on the body.

In the case of the Peruvian Ministry of Health; the Yellow Fever vaccine and Malaria prophylaxis: in risk areas is recommended.

On the other hand, on the website of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention of the United States (or CDC). It recommends to travelers that they will visit Peru; some important vaccines depending on particular cases.

For example, considering the type of tourism to be made; travel time or direct contact with animals or people: due to visits for study or scientific purposes.


Under this order of ideas; these are the vaccines referred by the CDC:

  • Hepatitis A: Vaccination is recommended to all travelers to Peru.
  • Hepatitis B: Vaccination is recommended to all people traveling to Peru. Especially those who may have exposure to blood or body fluids: through the granting or receipt of medical care, drug injections, tattoos; or sexual contact with the local population.
  • Typhoid Fever: Vaccination is recommended to all visitors; to tropical areas of South America. Especially for those who remain in rural areas; where exposure could occur due, to the consumption of contaminated food or water.
  • Yellow Fever: The vaccine against this viral infection; is highly recommended for trips to the Amazon and the southern Amazon basin. The vaccination should be administered, at least 10 days before your arrival; and at 10-year intervals, if you decide to stay.
  • Rabies: Vaccination is only recommended for individuals; with a higher risk of exposure in the performance of their work. Which often develops for prolonged periods; in areas considered high risk for this disease.
    Let us mention, the case of veterinarians or wildlife researchers; whose occupation requires them to have direct contact with bats, dogs, stray cats, or other mammals.
  • Where to get vaccinated in Lima? The International Vaccination Center; is located in the city of Lima, Avenida del ejército, block 17: San Isidro district.