Remote Jungle Hideaway
On the banks of Amazonian Peru's Madre de Dios River, and at the edge of a private ecological reserve, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica offers simple, low-impact elegance.
Thirty five thatched cabanas, with hammocks, crisp white linens, lanterns, and organic bath products, have been built on raised platforms that blend almost seamlessly into the jungle. In the architecturally stunning main building & dining room luxurious furnishings and delectable food complement the simplicity of lantern-light and the rich sounds of the jungle. Balconies for bird watching and star gazing complete the picture.
Here, in the area known as the Biodiversity Capital of Peru, awaits the opportunity for discovering an incredible variety of bird, mammal, reptile, insect and tree–species. The range of land and river excursions on offer will introduce you to the magic of the Amazon Rainforest.
The Inkaterra Canopy walk, one of the most dramatic suspended bridge systems in the world, will take you on a thrilling walking journey across seven hanging bridges high above the rainforest. Enjoy landscapes and vistas that would be unimaginable from below, while on the look-out for giant strangler fig trees, orchids, toucans, woodpeckers, trogons and - with luck - monkeys or sloths. Beneath the canopy the lush eco system is home to various species of amphibians, serpents, birds, mammals and abundant flora and trees of this flooded marshland.
Why we like it
- Private Ecological Reserve
- Ecotourism pioneer
- Thrilling jungle canopy bridge
- Elegant private cabañas