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Reserva Amazonica

Reserva Amazonica: Our View


Inkaterra Reserva Amazonia offers a fantastic Peruvian Amazonian experience, with dozens of excursions which can be tailored to your needs, length of visit and weather conditions. Inspired by native Amazon design, the lodge has 35 private thatched roof cabanas combine natural materials with modern amenities. There are 4 types of cabana ranging in different levels of luxury; all are very clean and comfortable. One of the most luxurious Amazon camps one can stay at in Peru offering a fulfilling rainforest experience in extreme comfort and a high level of service throughout.

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Reserva Amazonica: Fast Facts


Our Rating
 

  • 35 amazing wooden cabanas spread across the jungle
  • Spa service in the jungle
  • Canopy walkways
  • Outstanding service and food
  • All the little details are in place at the best jungle lodge in the Americas

Reserva Amazonica: The Detail


Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is a gracious rainforest lodge, adjacent to the lush
Tambopata National Reserve. Remote and pristine, yet easily accessible, this region is only a 35-minute flight from Cusco.
 
This simple yet gracious, limited electricity lodge has been an ecotourism pioneer for 35 years, promoting innovative sustainable use of the Southern Peruvian Rainforest, and supporting important scientific investigations since opening in 1975.
 
Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica located on the steep banks of the Madre de Dios River has thirty five solidly constructed thatched roof cabanas, built on raised platforms in the indigenous style.  Each is surrounded by an architecturally stunning main building and dining room, built of native materials that blend almost seamlessly into the jungle.
 
Luxurious furnishings and delectable food offer a congenial complement to the simplicity of lantern-light and the rich sounds of the jungle. Tree-trunk boardwalks wind through the property, designed in the fashion of a native Ese’ Eja village overlooking the Madre de Dios, connecting cabañas with a pavilion that houses the dining room, as well as the bar and main lounge, plus balconies for bird watching and stargazing.
 
Thirty-five thatched roof cabañas, built on raised platforms in the style of the indigenous Ese’ Eja people, are scattered about the reserve. Four categories of cabanas are offered and include
 
TAMBOPATA SUITES
This Tambopata suites comprises a private covered terrace with plunge pool, plus sunbathing chairs and outdoor shower in four integrated areas in a comfortable wooden cabana with tall fishtail palm rooftops. Within the 78 square metre cabana, is a spacious bedroom which has 1 king or twin beds, with mosquito-net, all-cotton sheets and hypoallergenic pillows.  The bathroom is open plan with a separate shower and toilet, double basins, hot water, lush towels, and a whole set of ecologically friendly toiletry kit. Stay for a slumber in the screened siesta lounge furnished with hammocks.
 
AMAZONICA SUITES
The Amazonica suites are 60 sq. m and include a spacious bedroom: 1 king, 1 queen or 2 twin beds with canopied mosquito netting, all-cotton sheets plus hypoallergenic pillows for your maximum comfort. Luxuriate in the sizeable bathroom with an independent shower and toilet, plus double basins, hot water, comfy towels, and a complete set of ecologically friendly toiletries. Lush bathrobes and Andean rubber soled slippers are added conveniences.
 
SUPERIOR RIVER VIEW
The superior river view rooms have an expansive view of the Madre de Dios River, and measure 38 sq m and include mosquito net canopied twin bedroom and outfitted with 100% cotton sheets and hypoallergenic pillows.  Plush bathrobes and Andean rubber slippers are additionally supplied for your comfort. The open plan bathroom comes complete with a separate shower stall and toilet, hot water, large towels, and a complete set of ecologically friendly toiletries. An inviting screened siesta lounge area with hammocks is also there
 
SUPERIOR
The superior rooms are again 38 sq m and are topped by a high thatched-palm roof. They also have the cosy mosquito net canopied twin bedroom outfitted with 100% cotton sheets and hypoallergenic pillows. For your added comfort, plush bathrobes and Andean rubber slippers are supplied. Soak up in the soothing and spacious bathroom with independent shower and toilet, hot water, large towels, and a complete set of ecologically friendly toiletries. Put your feet up and loosen up on the hammock of the screened siesta area. For your rainforest foray, your cabaña is equipped with umbrellas, flashlights, kerosene lamps for lighting, a central ceiling fan and an electric outlet.

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