Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, Tambopata

Stroll along the banks of the slow-moving Madre de Dios River and pause a while. Let your ears do the walking. They’ll take you into the rainforest canopy, drawn then by a symphony of birdsong. They’ll also take you deep into the Amazonian rainforest where any number of wild creatures call to each other.

Your rainforest adventure begins at Reserva Amazonica, set in the heart of a 42,000 acre private reserve, beside one of Peru’s richest national nature parks. You’ll stay in a rustic, but comfortable thatched cabana – but you’ll venture into the wild to see anacondas and exotic birds like parrots and toucans; you’ll meet local people, paddle down majestic rivers, cross soaring canopy bridges, follow twisting jungle trails, study the indigenous plant and butterfly life…

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, at a glance

  • Remote jungle setting beside the meandering Madre de Dios River
  • Just 25 minutes by plane from Cusco
  • 35 private cabanas in four different styles
  • Screened porches and hammocks
  • Tented beds and warm water showers
  • Ceiling fans
  • Lit by lanterns and low-impact electricity
  • Suites with large bathrooms and siesta lounge
  • Cuisine uses local ingredients wherever possible

For leisure and pleasure

  • Massage spa overlooking the river
  • Variety of river and jungle excursions
  • Balconies for excellent bird watching and star gazing
  • Canopy and anaconda walks
  • Evening nature presentations
  • Thrilling treetop canopy bridge
  • Enthralling rainforest trails
  • Guided bird watching and plant study walks
  • Meet the local community
  • The service was first class, professional throughout. Well done and thank you.

    JJ, Sri Lanka