From the moment guests arrive, when we greet them with a welcoming drink and a refreshing cool towel, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica provides impeccable individual attention. In the heart of 29,000-acre private conservation area, adjacent to Tambopata National Reserve, the hotel is a 45-minute boat trip from Puerto Maldonado, which is serviced by short direct flights from Lima and Cusco. You'll find this hotel to be pristine, remote, yet easily accessible.
Inspired by native Amazon design, 30 private thatched roof cabañas combine natural materials with contemporary amenities. Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica offer four cabaña options, creating the most luxurious of all lodges in the Peruvian Amazon, with: screened porch and hammocks, tropical ceiling fans, warm water showers, lanterns, low-impact electricity, organic bath products, robes and slippers.
Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica offers more than a dozen excursions. An interpreter meets with each guest upon arrival, shaping an ideal itinerary based on individual interests, desired activity levels, weather conditions, and length of stay. After a long day why not enjoy a massage in the spa which overlooks the Madre de Dios.
Exquisitely presented cuisine, creatively prepared using local ingredients and native techniques, are perfectly complemented by lantern light and rich sounds of the surrounding rainforest. The dining pavilion at the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is a stunningly sophisticated piece of architecture built around the strangely beautiful trunk of a strangler fig and has casual conversation areas, a bar and an upstairs loft for bird watching & stargazing.