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Reserva Amazonica

Lima, Peru

A welcoming heaven is situated at the heart of a 17000 hectare private ecological reserve. Inspired by native Amazon design, 35 private thatched roof cabanas combine natural materials with contemporary amenities. Cabana options offer screened porch and hammocks under tropical ceiling. The bedroom (size — 40 sqm) is outfitted with 100% cotton sheets and hypoallergenic pillows. Bathrobes and Andean rubber slippers are supplied for guests’ comfort. The open plan bathroom comes with large towels and a complete set of ecologically friendly toiletries. Each cabana is equipped with umbrellas, flashlights, kerosene lamps for lighting, a central ceiling ventilator, and an electric outlet.


Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is adjacent to the lush Tambopata National Reserve, located on the left bank of the meandering Madre de Dios River. The hotel is only a short flight from Lima or Cusco, or a 45-minute boat trip from Puerto Maldonado.

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ENA is Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica’s unique Spa, combining classic nurturing with the exotic ingredients of the Amazon. All spa products are 100% natural, derived from nature botanical extracts, thus providing spiritually soothing experience that is entirely local. The ENA Spa is located on the banks of the Madre de Dios River, facing Rolin Island.

For the most unique and memorable rainforest experience, Inkaterra’s Canopy Tree House offers utter seclusion amidst the splendor of the Peruvian South Eastern Amazon. Built on a private platform and adjoining the famous Canopy Walkway at some 27-mt. above the lush floor below, the Canopy Tree House provides a jungle stay like no other. From the remarkable vantage point high in the canopy, guests can observe a range of wild animal species that are not usually visible from the ground, and listen to the amazing jungle sounds whilst unwinding at the relaxing Canopy Bar.

Jungle Canopy Adventure is a must for a trip to the jungle in Peru. The tree canopy bridge, one of South America’s largest, makes it possible to literally walk through the treetops for more than 700 meters, suspended 30 meters above the ground. Millions of species, many still undiscovered, spend their entire lives in this realm. Inkaterra, in partnership with World Bank and National Geographic, has created a system of two tall towers and seven hanging bridges, woven through the crowns of the tallest trees. Meticulously engineered, it is considered one of the safest canopy walkways in the world.

The Inkaterra Butterfly House, located near Puerto Maldonado’s Airport, is both a butterfly garden and a welcome/information center for travelers. This restful place includes a Coffee Shop, waiting room, restrooms with showers, baggage storage, Internet and a Souvenir Shop. Butterflies are raised in the laboratory, where the larvae of different species are grown; a large garden offers the opportunity for observing them in a natural habitat. Peru boasts the greatest number of butterfly species in the world, with over 3700 identified species accounting for 20 percent of the species found anywhere on earth.


The two-story Amazon Pavilion is the heart of the property. Its oversized windows frame vistas of green. Here, the spacious dining room serves breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet; its menus designed around inventive use of local, fresh ingredients. Guests gather for cocktails at the first floor bar or relax on the comfortable sofas in the upstairs lounge. Inspired by the tropical flavors of the Amazon region, the food at Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is prepared with fresh local ingredients. All meals include a variety of salads and fruits, as well as a selection of home-made breads. The restaurant also offers vegetarian options and a children’s menu, upon request.




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