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Have just returned from 6 days at the lodge - we stayed in the Tamponata Suite which was lovely and benefited from its own plunge pool which was welcome after a day out in the humidity. The rooms are very comfortable with great beds, linen,...More
Response from Ecommerce_manager, Ecommerce at Inkaterra Reserva AmazonicaResponded 16 July 2015
Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is a gracious rainforest lodge adjacent to the lush Tambopata National Reserve; a welcoming haven of 200 hectares (494 acres). This lodge offers a range of land and river excursions that introduce guests to the magic of the rainforest.
Very special experience to feel like you are in middle of Amazon rainforest with various great excursions organized by hotel (nighttime river cruise, hikes, canopy walk, wetlands walk, lake visit). Be prepared to live without Wifi and AC - it turns out it can be...More
We spent 4 days and three nights at Inkaterra Amazonica and took advantage of some of the included excursions.
1) Trail walk - you have to do this - but it can be very uncomfortable. You will be provided wellington boots for walking...More
We enjoyed our experience of the Peruvian Amazon as a part of a trip through the diverse climates of Peru. The guides we had were knowledgeable and friendly. The accommodations however, did not meet our expectations and are in fact very basic given the cost...More
Well arranged transfer from airport to lodge, we were able to take all our baggage despite tour operators guidance on limitation to one small bag. Worth checking if this is possible if you visit. Rather prolonged check in and introduction but eventually excellent lunch and...More
There is electricity for a hair dryer although they turn it off for a few hours in the middle of the night. Casual clothing for dinners was acceptable. There were no dress codes. There was likely an excursion for catching... More
There is electricity for a hair dryer although they turn it off for a few hours in the middle of the night. Casual clothing for dinners was acceptable. There were no dress codes. There was likely an excursion for catching piranhas but not entirely sure of that.