Our favorite lodge in the Peruvian Amazon, it is perched on the banks of the Madre de Dios river, with huge thatched buildings set into the foliage. The cabanas have screened porch and hammocks as well as comforts such as organic bath products. The onsite nature centre offers guided walks and tours.
Founded in 1975, Reserva Amazonica’s parent company, Inkaterra, is strongly committed and devoted to conserving Peruvian resources with respect and support for diversity and culture and conservation and scientific research. This is achieved through self supported sustainable tourism respecting authentic cultural, social and environmental values.
As well as mountains and rivers, Peru has a huge amount of rainforest, and the Amazon Basin counts for over half of the rainforest in the world. Incredibly diverse wildlife can be pointed out by your guides and there are some fabulous lodges and superb riverboats to get you around.