Climb the banks of the meandering Madre de Dios River, and enter another world. Wake to a symphony of tropical birdsong; end your days by lantern light, falling asleep to the gentle night noise of the Amazon rainforest. Exotic, yet accessible, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Lodge is situated in a private reserve, surrounded by a vast jungle canopy. As Peru’s pioneer in nature travel and research, Inkaterra provides an unforgettable introduction to this amazing realm of incomparable biodiversity.
Address: Tambopata National Park
Telephone: (++51) 1 610 0400 (Reservations)
Telephone: 1 800 442 5042 (USA / Canada Reservations)
Telephone: 0808 101 2224 (UK Reservations)
Located on the edge of the Tambopata National Park on the banks of the Tambopata River, 1 hour by boat from the main jungle town of Puerto Maldonado. Daily flights from Cusco and Lima make this jungle lodge easily accessible.
- Bird Watching Balconies
- Canopy Tower and Walk Way
- Evening Nature Presentations
- Massage Spa
35 individual thatched roofed cabinas combine natural materials to create beautiful and relaxing accommodations. Four types of cabins are available (as below), all of which come with screened porches & hammocks, warm water showers, low impact electricity, organic bathroom products and dressing gown and slippers.
Superior Rio Cabina (River View)
3 Days / 2 Nights Package: US$ 525 per person
4 Days / 3 Nights Package: US$ 646 per person
The Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Lodge is simply one of the best lodges in Peru. Prices are higher than other lodges in the area, but they say you get what you pay for, and here you certainly get the best of the best. Cabins are comfortable, guides are excellent and the restaurant and service are second to none. If you are looking for something really special, make sure you enquire about a night in the tree house!
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