Reserva Amazonica

Reserva Amazonica
Reserva Amazonica
Reserva Amazonica
Reserva Amazonica
Reserva Amazonica
Reserva Amazonica
Reserva Amazonica
Reserva Amazonica
Reserva Amazonica
Reserva Amazonica

Exquisitely presented cuisine, creatively prepared using local ingredients and native techniques –a perfect complement to lantern light simplicity and rich rainforest sounds. The dining pavilion, a stunningly sophisticated piece of architecture built around the strangely beautiful trunk of a strangler fig, also includes:

Casual conversation areas • Bar • Gift gallery • Upstairs loft • Balconies for bird watching & stargazing • Massage spa overlooking the Madre de Dios • Daily tea time • Custom itineraries • Evening nature presentations.

From the moment guests arrive, when they're greeted with a welcoming drink and a refreshing cool towel, they're provided impeccable individual attention.

The Experience
Custom Itineraries:

* Challenging jungle treks & vigorous paddles.
* Enchanting & accessible rainforest trails.
* Thrilling treetop canopy bridge.
* Bird watching, plant study, native communities & more.

Rustic Elegance
Inspired by native Amazon design, 35 private
thatched roof cabañas combine natural materials
with contemporary amenities. Four cabaña options
are offered, creating the most luxurious of all
lodges in the peruvian Amazon, with:

Screened porch & hammocks • Tropical ceiling
fans • Warm water showers • Lanterns • Low
–impact electricity • Organic bath products •
Robes & slippers.


Peru's Biodiversity Capital
Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is adjacent to the lush Tambopata National Reserve, where the Madre de dios River meanders through the Southern Peru rainforest region, known as the Biodiversity Capital of Peru.

Pristine, remote, yet easily accessible.
A welcoming haven situated at the heart of a 17,000 hectare (42,008-acre) private ecological reserve, only a 25-minute flight from Cusco.

* Daily flights from Lima via Cusco to Puerto Maldonado, gateway city.
* From Puerto Maldonado Airport, check-in at the Inkaterra Butterfly House, then 10 minute transfer to the Jetty Port for a 45-minute boat transfer along the river to the Lodge.
* Located at Kilometer 15, on the left bank of the meandering Madre de Dios River.
* Varied jungle excursions such as Canopy & Anaconda Walk, and easy access to Lake Sandoval, Ese Eja farm and community.

Family and Children
The majesty of the amazon rainforest holds a natural attraction for children and teens. Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is a family-oriented lodge that offers special accommodations, such as bunk beds, or bed railings (upon request); as well as highchairs, child-friendly guides, a children's menu, babysitting services (upon request at an additional charge), and a children's explorer kit with compass, cap, colored pencils and granola (prior reservation, and subject to availability). The hotel recommends the following excursions with special activities for children between the ages of six and twelve: The Trail System, Butterfly House, Native Farm, Rolín Island, Ese' Eja Community, Canopy and Wetlands, Lake Sandoval, and Concepcion.

Interpreters and Nature
All excursions are guided by one of the trained professional Interpreters in Spanish, English or French (other languages available upon request, and may be subject to additional charge). Their knowledge and interpretive skills combine to provide understanding, insight and an enhanced experience of the surrounding environment.