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Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica

Rio Madre De Dios Km15, Puerto Maldonado Peru
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#4 of 87 Specialty lodging in Puerto Maldonado
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Remote and pristine, yet easily accessible; a welcoming haven of 494 acres, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica offers a range of land and river excursions that introduce guests to the magic of the rainforest, including the spectacular 1,129-ft. long and 100-ft. high Canopy Walkway, which allows an incredible experience from over the tree tops.
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Free breakfast
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Rio Madre De Dios Km15, Puerto Maldonado Peru
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KnowmadAdventures wrote a review May 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota259 contributions25 helpful votes
Inkaterra’s Reserva Amazonica was easily one of the highlights of my two-and-a-half-week Peru trip. We went on a short drive through Puerto Maldonado and then took about an hour-long skiff boat ride along the Madre de Dios River to arrive to the lodge and begin our stay. The main dining lodge where we checked in and were welcomed with a delicious beverage, is an open, round, and inviting space with two levels where guests enjoy meals and also can socialize, play games, read, relax, or have a drink at the bar. I loved the personalized aspect of having one guide who worked with us throughout our stay and getting to select which excursions we wanted to do. We went with ones based on the amount of time we had, and we ended up going with a nighttime caiman-searching boat ride (which was thrilling to do in the dark, and so impressive what the guides could spot that I would never have seen!), a morning visit to the canopy walkways along with a jungle walk, and an afternoon wetlands visit combined with a Lake Sandoval boat ride where we were lucky enough to see some Capuchin (or as our guide called them, “Cappuccino”) Monkeys. The guides at Reserva Amazonica were so full of interesting information and knew exactly what to look for – they really made the experience of being in the rainforest come to life. And Reserva Amazonica’s canopy walkway system is one of its gems – it’s truly fantastic and almost surreal to experience the rainforest from high up, and adults will feel like a kid again as you make your way from one platform to the next on swaying bridges made of rope and wood panels. We stayed in a Superior Cabaña, which is Reserva Amazonica’s first level of cabañas, and while cozy on space, it was still incredibly lovely. Getting to read and listen to the sounds of the jungle while swaying in the hammocks in the front half of the cabaña was honestly one of those perfect travel moments I’ll look back on and smile at my whole life. Even though you’re in an enclosed structure, with the screens built into the sides of the cabaña, (you can pull down cloth shades for privacy) you still feel like you’re getting a true jungle experience. One thing to note, though, is that the bathroom doors in the cabañas didn’t have locks, so they didn’t always stay closed all the way, but as the bathroom was in the back of the cabaña, we didn’t really ever run into any issues. Two things I loved most about our cabaña: 1) when we arrived back to it after dinner and our nighttime caiman boatride, the lodge staff had lit lanterns up the steps, making it look magical; and 2) waking up in the morning to the sounds of the jungle and rain. There are also Superior Rio Cabañas, which line the front of the property facing the river, but as our cabaña wasn’t that far back, we still had a partial river view, and as we were out exploring so much, we didn’t necessarily feel like we missed out. Aside from being my first ever jungle experience, which was exciting enough in itself, the other thing I remember most about Reserva Amazonica is how delicious all of their food was. I still think about the meals I ate there often because every one was so different but just as incredible. Another thing I loved about Reserva Amazonica, is that Inkaterra also places a lot of focus on their own sustainability efforts; including turning off the power for a few hours a day while it’s light out to conserve energy, providing each guest with a travel-sized bottle of natural insect repellent that isn’t harmful to the local ecosystem when washed off, and taking an educational approach to exploring and discovering the jungle with their guests and excursions. Reserva Amazonica felt like a real-life choose-your-own-adventure lodge, and they adeptly paired comfort with an authentic Amazon jungle experience that left me wanting to return again as soon as I can!
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Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Traveled on business
Room Tip: Rio Superior Cab. for a great view of the river, or Superior Cab. along outside of property for...
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Response from Inkaterra Peru, Promocionar at Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica
Responded Jun 11, 2020
Dear guest, Thank you for taking the time to contact us, we hope that you and your beloved ones are well and safe. We appreciate your lovely review about our property and service, that fill us with encouragement and give us the strength to prosper. The global situation we are living nowadays due to this terrible pandemic poses challenging times for us all, but we are working hard to recover and welcome you with utmost enthusiasm. Thanks again for contacting us. Stay safe!
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Mamdouhseoudy wrote a review May 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates2 contributions5 helpful votes
We were planning to go visit Peru in June 2020. We had booked and paid in full at Inkaterra Reserva. When coronavirus hit, we obviously had to cancel all our travels. According to Inkaterra's terms and conditions, cancellations done 31 days prior to arrive date will receive a full refund. We have provided a written notice of cancellation on 14th of March. (More than 31 days prior to our arrival day). However, inkatera's management insists on not refunding our money back. We made it very clear that we no longer plan to come to peru in future dates, but they continue to try to force us to plan to visit in a future date, saying that they no longer provide refunds. Important to note that all the other hotels we had booked in Peru have refunded us fully.   Written notice of cancellation is required. A full refund will apply to cancellations received until thirty one (31) days prior to arrival date. Refund process may take between thirty to sixty days to be completed. If the deadline date is a weekend or holiday, cancellations must be made previously. 
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled solo
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drewpl wrote a review Feb 2020
Sydney, Australia47 contributions29 helpful votes
Such a wonderful experience staying in this truly exceptional place set on the side of the Rio Madre De Dios River. One hour by long boat from Puerto Maldonado. May be remote, but it is a magical place with warm and friendly staff. Excellent range of wildlife tours available provided by knowledgeable tour guides. Thank you for making our stay so memorable.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Inkaterra Peru, Director General at Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica
Responded Mar 3, 2020
Dear guest, Thank you for taking the time to share these lovely comments about your stay at Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica. Exotic, yet accessible, Reserva Amazónica Lodge is situated in a private reserve, surrounded by a vast Peruvian Rainforest. A magical destination for those who want to escape from the urban routine, disconnecting completely and thus be able to experience wildlife 100%. We are very glad to know that you enjoyed your stay and that you keep great memories of the activities provided during your visit to the Peruvian Amazon. It would be a pleasure to be at your service in anext opportunity. Thank you for satying at Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica!
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sonimadhu wrote a review Feb 2020
New Delhi, India799 contributions95 helpful votes
The Resort Inkaterra is located inside the Amazon forest. For reaching this place we reached Puerto Maldonado by air. From there we traveled in a boat for 50 minutes to reach the resort. The hotel structure is made up of wood and looks nice. The cottages are also all wooden including all the furniture. The hotel staff is very helpful and hospitable. The food served didn’t have much variety. The cottages are equipped with torches, slippers and water bottles. I found there was less reading lights in the room. In the toilet one lantern is kept every night. There is no internet available which makes the stay very dull. The forest is very dense and good
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Ecommerce_Inkaterra, Ecommerce_Inkaterra at Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica
Responded Feb 13, 2020
Dear guest, We appreciate the time you have taken to leave your comments on our service. Please take into consideration that the hotel is located in the jungle and because of its location there are certain services that are limited such as the Internet. We hope that you have been able to enjoy nature and excursions. Kind regards,
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Greg B wrote a review Feb 2020
Durban, South Africa25 contributions18 helpful votes
Spent three nights here and had the most amazing time. The accommodation is lovely and rustic but extremely comfortable and having netted windows allowed you really experience the night noises and birds singing in the early morning. Food was great and the staff wonderful. The excursions were well worked out and David our guide was fantastic with wonderful knowledge of everything the rain forest had to offer. We also went piranha fishing which we then ate for lunch which was an added bonus
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Ecommerce_Inkaterra, Ecommerce_Inkaterra at Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica
Responded Feb 12, 2020
Dear guest, Thank you for taking the time to share these lovely comments with us. We are pleased that you keep great memories of your stay at our property, thank you for your kind comments for our facilities and service. We hope to welcome you again at this or other Inkaterra property.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica
Which popular attractions are close to Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica?
Nearby attractions include Lago Sandoval (4.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Does Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Does Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the river view available here.