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Manu travel - enhanced. Uncover the amazon's mysteries and legends on this great adventure, live this fascinating trip to the vast national park in the Amazon Basin which covers almost 20,000 sq km (12,427 sq mi) and is one of the best places in South America to see a stunning variety of tropical wildlife. Progressive in its emphasis on preservation, Unesco declared Manu a Biosphere Reserve in 1977 and a World Natural Heritage Site in 1987. Entry is only with guide and permit.

Manu national park is perfect for nature lovers, adventure lovers, photography lovers, and bird lovers as the place offers a very exotic atmosphere.

Korgalzhyn, Kazakhstan, is Kazakhstan’s first biosphere reserve.  Situated in the northern/central part of Kazakhstan, the site is a complex of freshwater and saline lakes embedded in the dry steppe zone of Eurasia.

Korgalzhyn, Kazakhstan, is Kazakhstan’s first biosphere reserve. Situated in the northern/central part of Kazakhstan, the site is a complex of freshwater and saline lakes embedded in the dry steppe zone of Eurasia.

Want to explore Mayan ruins like this? This is just 1 of 23 ruins found on the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve in Tulum, Mexico. Exploring ruins not your thing? The reserve offers many other tours, from snorkeling all the way to a leisurely boat ride down an exotic river. Sian Ka'an has 1.3 million miles to explore, so they'll never be a dull moment! And since the reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can rest assured that you are promoting ecotourism!

Want to explore Mayan ruins like this? This is just 1 of 23 ruins found on the…

Grey Glacier  Grey lake  Torres del Paine National Park  UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, Patagonia, Chile, South America. ©  Gonzalo Azumendi / age fotostock - Stock Photos, Videos and Vectors

Grey Glacier Grey lake Torres del Paine National Park UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, Patagonia, Chile, South America. © Gonzalo Azumendi / age fotostock - Stock Photos, Videos and Vectors

Great Bear Lake in Canada is the first Unesco Biosphere Reserve led by an indigenous community. They guard it as if it were the last hope for humanity. They may have a point.

The Guardians of Great Bear Lake, a Refuge for Humanity - This vast lake in Canada is the first Unesco Biosphere Reserve led by an indigenous community.

Great Bear Lake in Canada is the first Unesco Biosphere Reserve led by an indigenous community. They guard it as if it were the last hope for humanity. They may have a point.

Elizabeth Warren, Jeff Sessions, Great Bear Lake: Your Wednesday Briefing - The New York Times (february )

Menorca has been a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 1993

Menorca or Minorca is less built up and spoiled than its larger neighbour, Mallorca, having fortunately managed to escape the wave of development that marred sections of other Balearic Islands in the This is a predominantly rural island, with.

The Atlantic archipelago of São Tomé and Príncipe includes two islands and several islets, among them Bom Bom island – connected by bridge to Príncipe. Since 2012, the island has formed a part of Unesco’s Island of Príncipe biosphere reserve. Photo: Kevin Rushby

In the Atlantic, the islands of Príncipe and São Tomé provide remote beauty –and a Unesco-approved biosphere reserve – as captured in our weekly look at people’

Sundarbans, aerial, waters, delta, Bangladesh, Indian Ocean, Mangrove forest, UNESCO World Heritage Site, tigers, biosphere reserve, Western Bengal, national park, blue, green - http://bangladesh.mycityportal.net

The Sundarbans (Bengali: সুন্দরবন, Shundorbôn) is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world. It is UNESCO World Heritage Site covering parts of India and Bangladesh.

Do you know what this week is? It’s National Park week! And the best way to celebrate is, of course, by visiting a national park. The pick of the day is the remarkable Komodo National Park, that in 1986 was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Man and Biosphere Reserve . This is the last home on earth of the prehistoric giant Komodo lizard.  Here live some 2,500 Komodo Dragons and other unique and amazing wildlife, this is the perfect park to go for those who love  nature and…

Do you know what this week is? It’s National Park week! And the best way to celebrate is, of course, by visiting a national park. The pick of the day is the remarkable Komodo National Park, that in 1986 was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Man and Biosphere Reserve . This is the last home on earth of the prehistoric giant Komodo lizard. Here live some 2,500 Komodo Dragons and other unique and amazing wildlife, this is the perfect park to go for those who love nature and…