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An eco-luxury lodge in front of Madre de Dios River, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica has 35 wooden cabanas inspired in the Ese’Eja culture. 540 bird species have been inventoried in hotel grounds, deep in the rainforest.

The property offers a varied selection of à-la-carte excursions, including a visit to the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway, a bridge system at 30 meters above the ground, allowing adventurers to enjoy a privileged view of the Amazon. In 2013, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica was selected by National Geographic Traveler magazine among the world’s 25 best eco-lodges.

Pristine, remote and yet easily accesible. 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.

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, 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.


Located in the Amazon rainforest, this hotel features tours to the jungle, a massage spa overlooking the Madre de Dios forest and rooms with hammocks and balconies. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included in the rates.

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica has cottages with high thatched roofs and charming canopy-beds. They feature wood furnishings and soft colours and red-tiled floors. They also have seating areas. There are eco-friendly bathroom amenities and private bathrooms.

Guests can enjoy a full buffet breakfast with tropical fruits at the many outdoor areas overlooking the lush tropical forest. There is a daily tea service. The restaurant features candle-lit dinners.

The hotel is a 45-minute boat ride from Puerto Maldonado. Madre de Dios River is 15 km away. Cusco is a 25-minute flight away.


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Inkaterra is renowned as a world leader in sustainable development and a champion for ecotourism in Peru.

This is proven by their commitment to local communities and contribution ecological conservation efforts, assistance with education and economic programs designed to help locals in more rural parts of the country.

Inkaterra was Peru’s first hotel chain to become Carbon Neutral. In 2012, it was the first hotel chain to be awarded the International Certificate in Sustainable Tourism by the CU Green Choice Sustainable Tourism Standard.