The Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is situated in 170 sq km of forested private ecological reserve on the banks of the Madre de Dios river and adjacent to the Tambopata National Reserve, 45 minutes’ by boat from Puerto Maldonado. The lodge’s 37 spacious and private thatched-roof cabins feature ceiling fans, beds with mosquito canopies and a screened siesta area. The dining pavilion includes a bar, upstairs lounge area and balconies for birdwatching and stargazing, while the spa offers views of the river and sunset (weather permitting). All excursions at the lodge are on a shared basis. On arrival at the lodge, you will be given an explanation of the architecture and orientation of the lodge, which was built by the local indigenous population.
Limited low-impact electricity is available in the cabins and bathrooms between 4am and 10pm. The main lodge areas are lit by kerosene lamps and candles until 10pm. Every room is provided with a torch for clients’ use. However, it is recommended to bring an additional torch for after-dark excursions.