Corto Maltes Amazonia is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Puerto Maldonado, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Corto Maltes Amazonia provide a mosquito net, and guests can stay connected with internet access.
In addition, while staying at Corto Maltes Amazonia guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, beach chairs, and baggage storage. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Monkey Island, which is a popular park amongst tourists.
Enjoy your stay in Puerto Maldonado!
Wonderful, authentic experience in the rainforest! Excursions included a trip to Sandoval Lake to see the local flora and fauna, a late night boat ride to search for the white caiman, and a trip to a beautiful lookout tower to see the canopy! Our guide, Moisol (spelling may be off, sorry!) was excellent and was able to spot wildlife that we would have easily missed during hikes. The food was excellent and all the staff we encountered went above and beyond. We got very lucky during our excursion and were able to see a lot of wildlife. We also used fruit to make friends with the birds that live on the property! Overall, an excellent experience being in the middle of the rainforest, surrounded by such amazing sights and sounds.
We did the 3days / 2nights tour and knew that the price is high (254 USD each) but it's worth it! The Lodge is soo nice and the food was really good. We had a super good time with our guide Jesus. We would definitly come again! Make sure you bring enough insect repellent for the tours
We booked this trip from a travel agent in Peru when we arrived. It was quite expensive and we were really excited reading the itinerary. We were beyond disappointed at the experience. The only "wild" animals we saw were the tamed parrots and insects in the garden. The first day we were taken out on the boat for over 2 hours and saw absolutely nothing. The second day our "jungle tour" consisted off a long walk sighting no animals whatsoever followed by our guide showing us a picture book of various animals while pointing to them and saying "these live far away" and gesturing behind the property. The third day was the worst by far. We were scheduled to get up at 4.30am to go to a look out to see approx 500 parrots come to feed in the morning. It was described in the brochure as an amazing visual display. We waited patiently after the long trek to the lookout and spent 2.5hrs sitting in silence waiting for the parrots to arrive. Over the course of this time only 5 parrots came! The entire group was bitterly disappointed considering how much of a let down the rest of the trip had been. The guide looked embarrassed but not shocked as this is obviously a regular occurrence. On the last day we tried to speak to the owner who was out beside the boats. He basically laughed at everyone who was complaining. This is a complete scam. There are a concentrated amount of lodges everywhere in this area and the animals all obviously left a long time ago and moved to a quieter location. However the lodges have continued to take tours with the full knowledge they will not be providing anything as promised. It is unsurprising to see so little wildlife as there are boats screaming up and down the water all day. The accommodation and food was extremely basic considering the price. There is also no working safe in the room and the locks on the doors are weak or not working. Save yourself the time and money and avoid this one at all costs.…
We did the 3D/2N Lake Sandoval program, and found the overall experience to be okay, but something we probably wouldn’t repeat. On the plus side, you do get a decent value for the money. We booked with Corto Maltes because it was cheaper than some of the other alternatives, and I think considering what we paid we got a decent experience. The main lodge area itself is really cute and the staff generally friendly. It’s also relatively close to town, which makes it ideal for people who only have a few days to spend in the jungle. On the downside, we came during the off season and it was extremely empty. It was only us and another couple, which made the experience not as fun as it probably is during high season. Also, I knew our accommodations would be rustic, but I didn’t expect to find so many insects inside our cabin. Part of the wood in the bathroom was rotting and a parade of ants was coming up inside it. We also killed half a dozen cockroaches over the course of three days, including one about three inches long. Finally, the excursions offered aren’t as exciting as they seem online. The intro walk to the Brazil nut camp, the observatory tower, and the clay lick are all on the same piece of property behind the lodge and realistically could be combined into one hike. It felt like we were just repeatedly trudging out to the same patch of jungle just to give us something to do.…
Great staff, great location...beautiful scenery. We stayed as a group of 8. 6 of the 8 got sick towards the end of our stay. Two violently sick, one requiring hospitalization the day after we left. One staff member blamed it as a reaction to our malaria medication.review would have been very good if not for intestinal illness. No working locks on ca in doors and no working safe in room.