Peru Eco Resort Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica is an elegant hotel and a environmentally-friendly rainforest lodge. It is adjacent to the lush Tambopata National Reserve. Remote and pristine, yet easily accessible, this region is only a 35-minute flight from Cusco. Here, in the area known as the “Biodiversity Capital of Peru”, awaits the opportunity for discovering an incredible variety of species such as birds, mammals, reptiles, insects, trees, among others.
A welcoming haven of 200 hectares (494 acres), Peru Eco Resort Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica offers a range of land and river excursions that introduce guests to the magic of the rainforest. This simple yet hospitable, limited electricity resort been an ecotourism pioneer for 39 years, promoting innovative sustainable use of the Southern Peruvian Rainforest, and supporting important scientific investigations since opening in 1975 by its initial name Cusco Amazonico.
An award-winning Peru Eco Resort, the lodge beckons from the steep banks of Peru’s meandering Madre de Dios River. Thirty-five solidly constructed thatched-roof cabañas, built on raised platforms in the indigenous style, surround an architecturally stunning main building and dining room, built of native materials that blend almost seamlessly into the jungle. Luxurious furnishings and delectable food offer a congenial complement to the simplicity of lantern-light and the rich sounds of the rainforest.
Tree-trunk boardwalks wind through the property, designed in the fashion of a native Ese’ Eja village overlooking the Madre de Dios, connecting cabañas with a pavilion that houses the dining room, as well as the bar and main lounge, plus balconies for bird watching and stargazing. The Ecocenter provides useful information to our guests of the Peru Eco Resort, as well as a meeting point for excursions and night presentations.
A visit to the tropical rainforest is like entering another world. Two-thirds of all known plant and animal species make their home in these magic jungle regions, and hundreds of millions more are believed to be still undiscovered. Butterflies flit all around — some sky-colored and big as saucers, others tiny with translucent wings of red lace. Birdsong and raucous screeches pierce the thick air. Animals in this densely vegetated region tend to avoid human presence, meaning that opportunities for viewing them are variable and unpredictable.
The flora, however, is luxuriant and ever-present, with tangled vines, staggeringly tall trees, and leaves so huge they block the sun. There are engaging opportunities to experience the wonder of this diverse plant kingdom, to explore the lakes and wetlands, and to discover the rainforest ecosystems. The richness of the Amazon Basin also creates a spectacular arena for bird watching; more than 540 different bird species can be found here, including boisterous toucans, tanagers, flycatchers, and vibrant macaws. And our Peru Eco Resort brings travelers up and close to nature.
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