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Volunteering At A Wildlife Refuge In Manu National Park Peru



Collaborate in our wildlife shelter in the Manu National Park. Our shelter receives different wild animals that are injured, we heal them and help them to improve their health and then reintegrate them in their natural habitat. The Manu National Park is located 6 hours by bus from the city of Cusco. Currently our refuge houses animals such as monkeys that were rescued from animal trafficking, sloths that are injured, dwarf caimans and other animals that need our help.



Manu National Park

Animal lover and high degree of solidarity.

Dates of program:
Year round

Duration of program:
1 week minimum

Age requirement:
Adults of both sexes 18+

US$30 per day which lodging and breakfast, lunch and dinner. We also provide safety equipment for your stay in the refuge such as rubber boots and a Wi-Fi internet chip for you to connect with your family.

Other information:
When you decide to participate in the project we will send you more information and documents that you will have to fill out with your personal data. You will have to send us your flight itinerary to coordinate the transfer from the airport to our office in Cusco and if you need to stay one or two nights before your trip to Manu National Park you can stay in our volunteer house that we have in the same city of Cusco. Transfer from the office or volunteer house to the bus stop that will take you to the animal shelter provided. Not included: The bus from Cusco to the animal refuge which is located in the Manu National Park. Cost of US$9.


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