Deep in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is Peru’s top jungle lodge. Reached by a 45 minute motor boat from Puerto Maldonado, and located within a private reserve, the lodge sits on the banks of the Madre de Dios river and adjacent the Tambopata National Reserve. The lodge offers 35 thatched cabanas and 5 suites, all beautifully appointed. Each has a screened porch with hammock, ceiling fans, mosquito nets and warm water showers. The main house is where guests will find the restaurant, bar, lounge area and a mezzanine overlooking the jungle. One of Latin America’s largest tree top canopy walkway is found at the lodge, perfect for early morning bird watching. During your stay, choose from a variety of shared excursions from jungle hikes, dugout canoe rides, canopy and anaconda walks. There is also a spa on site with river views. 540 bird species have been reported within the grounds, and monkeys, toucans, macaws, caiman and the giant river otter are amongst those spotted nearby.
Click on images to enlarge