Manu National Park is globally renowned for its rich reserve of biodiversity . It is located in Southwestern Peru at the meeting point between the Tropical Andes and the Amazon Basin. The reserve's isolation has spared it from most human impact, and to this day it is still difficult to access the more remote corners. The park protects several ecological zones, and it features one of the highest levels of biodiversity of any park in the world. It's worth your while to spend at least two nights exploring nature here. Almost every local tour operator offers a tour packages, and it is relatively easy to get here from Cusco: around eight hours by bus.