Arequipa & Colca Canyon, Cusco & Machu Picchu, Amazon (12 days / 11 nights )
From rolling hills to rugged mountain peaks to tropical forests and everything in between, this Peru vacation package traverses the best of the country's diverse
landscapes for an ultimate travel adventure. On this Peru trip, you will start by exploring Arequipa before venturing into the depths of the Colca Canyon, where you can witness condors gliding across blue skies, explore small villages and traditional markets, and relax with a soak in the natural hot springs.
You will then travel to Cusco, the heart of the former Inca Empire. The sumptuous vistas of Cusco and the Sacred Valley, coupled with the impressive remains of pre-Colombian cultures, will leave you in awe of this Andean city. But the tour only gets better as you leave Cusco for one of the New Seven World Wonders, Machu Picchu. You will be guided through the ruins of this mystical and spiritual center situated in cloud forests, where the Amazon meets the Andes. Last but not least, prepare for a descent into Peru's Amazon. You will travel to Puerto Maldonado, an area known for its immense biodiversity. You'll marvel at the thousands of species of flora and fauna that thrive in the jungle and learn about the balance of life that sustains this flourishing, but delicate ecosystem.
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- Sacred Valley
- Cusco Tour
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Daily departures and fully customizable by EXPLORE ADVENTURES
- Day 1 : Arrival to Lima
- Day 2 : Arrival to Arequipa & Arequipa City Tour
- Day 3 : Colca Canyon Tour
- Day 4 : Colca Canyon Tour & Return to Arequipa
- Day 5 : Arrival to Cusco
- Day 6 : Cusco City Tour
- Day 7 : Sacred Valley Tour
- Day 8 : Machu Picchu Tour
- Day 9 : Arrival to Puerto Maldonado
- Day 10 : Amazon Tour
- Day 11 : Amazon Tour
- Day 12 : Departure from Puerto Maldonado
Day 1 : Arrival to Lima
Upon arrival to the Lima airport, a EXPLORE ADVENTURES representative will meet you and show you to your airport hotel.
Overnight in Lima.
Day 2 : Arrival to Arequipa & Arequipa City Tour
Make your way to the airport for your flight to Arequipa, your airport hotel is walking distance from the departure terminal. Arequipa is often called the White City, due to its many buildings constructed of sillar, a white volcanic rock.
Upon arrival in Arequipa, you will be met at the airport by one of our representatives who will take you to your confirmed Arequipa hotel where you can relax before your City tour. Arequipa boasts a distinctive integration of European and native architectural features in the historic center, a cultural characteristic that placed the city on the map of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2000.
Next you will meet your guide at your hotel for your Arequipa tour. The tour begins at the bustling San Camilo Market where you can mingle with locals as they do their daily shopping. Next, you will visit Chapel of San Ignacio, as well as the beautiful main square, the Plaza de Armas, which is bounded on one side by the soaring neo-classical Cathedral. Your tour will end at one of two famous miradores (lookout points), Mirador de Yanahuara or Carmen Alto, where you can appreciate views of the city framed by the towering Misti Volcano.
After you are dropped off at your hotel, we highly recommend a visit to the Santa Catalina Monastery, a convent that once housed 500 nuns and other residents. As the sun begins to set, you can climb the stairs to the roof deck to see an incredible panorama of the cityscape with the volcano El Misti as a backdrop over the city. Alternatively, simply enjoy the pleasures of this beautiful city at your own pace.
Spend the evening at your leisure, but don’t call it a night before sampling one or two of the regional dishes that have made Arequipa a top culinary destination in Peru. Check out our Arequipa Travel Guide for great restaurant ideas.
Day 3 : Colca Canyon Tour & Overnight
Start the day early with a filling breakfast, then set off on a scenic drive to the Colca Canyon. This drive lasts around 3 hours, takes you through spectacular high altitude landscapes and will be one of the highlights of your journey into the Andes. As the road climbs up to the Reserva Nacional de Salinas y Aguada Blanca, keep your eyes open for wild vicuñas (smaller cousins of the llama) and viscachas (small rodents that resemble rabbits).
At the highest point of your journey, you’ll reach Patapampa Pass, located at a breathtaking 15,300 feet (4,820 meters) above sea level. On the descent into the town of Chivay, you’ll begin to see pre-Inca agricultural terraces that characterize the landscape of the canyon. You’ll also see the Ampato, Sabancaya, and Mismi volcanoes towering in the distance.
In Chivay, you will visit the main square and stop for lunch (not included).
After lunch, ride to the Calera Hot Springs, renowned for the therapeutic effects of the thermal water. You can either take a dip in the natural baths or just take in the stunning landscape.
Later you’ll be taken to your Colca Canyon hotel, where you can continue to relax amidst the pastoral beauty of this incomparable Andean landscape.
Day 4 : Colca Canyon Tour & Return to Arequipa
Early this morning, you’ll meet your guide and drive to the Mirador Cruz del Condor, one of the best viewpoints over the canyon and home to the famed condors that gracefully soar on the thermal currents. The road leads past picturesque villages and pre-Inca ruins dominated by the Ampato and Hualca glaciers, both visible in the distance. Once you reach Cruz del Condor, you can stand at the lookout point and gaze into the depths of the canyon, which stretches nearly 4,000 feet below.
You will return to Chivay where you can enjoy lunch (not included) or browse the local market before continuing on to your Arequipa hotel, enjoying spectacular views of the Andes on the way.
You’ll have the remainder of the evening to explore more of Arequipa or just relax.
Day 5 : Arrival to Cusco
After breakfast at your Arequipa hotel, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Cusco.
Upon arrival to the Cusco airport, a EXPLORE ADVENTURES representative will meet you for the drive to the historic center. On the way to your hotel, you will see examples of Spanish colonial architecture constructed upon the remains of ancient Inca palaces and temples.
Cusco is at higher altitude than Arequipa, but is lower than the highest points of the Colca Canyon. Once you have adjusted to the altitude, Cusco has many options for casual and fine dining.
Overnight in Cusco.
Day 6 : Cusco City Tour
Spend the morning at your leisure. This is a good time to explore some of Cusco’s less-visited attractions including the San Pedro Market, the bohemian neighborhood of San Blas, or one of many museums, such as the Museum of Pre-Colombian Art, Casa Concha, or the Choco Museum, where you can make your own chocolate from scratch.
In the afternoon, an expert guide will take you to many of the amazing archeological sites in and around the city, including the Cusco Cathedral in the Plaza de Armas as well as Temple of the Sun or Qoricancancha, and the ruins of Sacsayhuaman, Q'enko, Puka Pukara, and Tambomachay.
Return to your Cusco hotel and enjoy a relaxing evening. Our Cusco Travel Guide includes suggestions for what to see, what to do, and where to eat.
Day 7 : Sacred Valley Tour
Explore the beautiful Peruvian countryside with a full-day tour of the magical Sacred Valley. First, you will visit the town of Pisac, famous for its bustling market and beautiful Incan ruins that loom over the city. In the market you will have the opportunity to browse the beautiful handicrafts and Andean garments displayed for sale as well as local fruits, vegetables, and other natural products. While at the Pisac ruins you will be able to see ceremonial and cemetery areas, as well as amazing views of Pisac and the surrounding valley from above.
Following your visit to Pisac, you will stop for lunch (not included) at a buffet restaurant offering a variety of Peruvian and international food near the town of Urubamba.
Next, you will visit the impressive fortress of Ollantaytambo. These magnificent ancient ruins provide a great vantage point over the Sacred Valley. Originally the royal estate of Emperor Pachacuti during the Inca Empire, this site later served as a stronghold for Manco Inca Yupanqui in the final resistance effort against the Spanish.
In the evening, you will be taken to your comfortable hotel in the Sacred Valley.
Day 8 : Machu Picchu Tour
After breakfast at your Sacred Valley hotel, you will take a train to Machu Picchu, the hidden Inca citadel. The train ride is an attraction in itself. Much of the path winds along the rushing river and snakes past steep mountain faces, offering passengers dramatic views of the Andes landscape as it descends from high altitude plains to cloud forest. The foliage dramatically changes as the train approaches the meeting point of the Andes and the Amazon rainforest, providing visitors with a real sense of Peru’s diverse geography.
Upon arrival in Aguas Calientes, the town near Machu Picchu, you will be met at the train station and accompanied to the bus station for a 20-minute ride up to the secluded citadel.
Next, meet your expert English-speaking guide for a 2-hour tour of the most important sites in Machu Picchu, including the Intihuatana (Sun Stone), the Sun Temple, and the Room of 3 Windows. You will be able to appreciate the intricate stonework and awe-inspiring setting of this amazing site.
After your tour, you have the option to explore more of the ruins on your own and capture some final photos.
In the late afternoon, you will take a comfortable train back to Cusco and then be transferred to your Cusco hotel for the evening.
If you would like to spend more time at Machu Picchu, this package can be customized to include an overnight stay in Aguas Calientes, the town at the base of Machu Picchu, allowing for a second visit to the ruins on the following day.
Check out our Machu Picchu Travel Guide for more information on what to see and do during your time at Machu Picchu.
Optional: Hike up Huayna Picchu, the peak overlooking the Machu Picchu ruins. This hike is steep and takes about 3 hours round trip, but has remarkable views. Please let your Travel Advisor know if you’d like to add this to your itinerary.
Day 9 : Arrival to Puerto Maldonado
After breakfast at your hotel, meet your transfer to the airport for a flight to Puerto Maldonado in the Amazon.
Upon arrival, a representative will meet you at the airport and accompany you to the port for your transfer by boat to your jungle lodge. Distances to each lodge vary, however, most lodges are located between 30-minutes and 1-hour by boat from the city.
Additionally, many of the lodges are located within the territory of the Ese'eja native community, and are built with the same materials and architectural techniques as those used by native communities throughout the Amazon. As you leave the city of Puerto Maldonado behind, you’ll be enveloped in the tranquility of the Tambopata River and surrounding rainforest.
Upon arrival at the lodge you will have time to settle in and relax, as well as meet your guide and learn about the variety of activities that you will enjoy during your stay. This evening you will enjoy a delicious dinner before tucking in early to get ready for your jungle tour at the break of dawn.
Day 10 : Amazon Tour
Mornings in the jungle start early and today you will set out at dawn for your first Amazon adventure. You will have breakfast at your lodge and then head to a nearby lake to see some of the wildlife that call this part of the Amazon home. Today you may be able to spot caimans, turtles, hoatzin, wading birds, and if you are lucky, endangered giant river otters. Morning tends to be the best time of day to see a variety of wildlife and as the sun comes up, you will watch the jungle come to life.
You will return to the lodge for lunch, before setting out for another adventure with your expert naturalist guide. This afternoon will focus on flora, and your guide will walk with you through the forest, pointing out hidden jungle inhabitants and indigenous plants. Many of the the plants serve a variety of purposes, and are often still used by native communities, some plants are medicinal, while others are used for construction or even for transportation.
After dinner, you will return to the jungle for a night walk. Once the sun goes down, the jungle comes to life and you’ll have a chance to see nocturnal creatures. Alternatively, you can simply relax to the sounds of the jungle in your cabana hammock.
Note: The exact order of activities may vary due to weather conditions and other considerations. Your Amazon guide will provide details about the activities that you will enjoy each day.
Day 11 : Amazon Tour
After breakfast, you will go for a jungle hike to learn more about how the forest is used in the local communities in everyday life. During the hike you may be able to see toucans, several species of birds, monkeys and sloths.
You will return to the lodge for lunch and time to rest and relax before setting out for another tour. This time you learn more about human life in the jungle, seeing the type of fruits and vegetables that local communities grow.
You will return before dark to the jungle lodge for your last evening in the Peruvian rainforest.
Note: The exact order of activities may vary due to weather conditions and other considerations. Your Amazon guide will provide details about the activities that you will enjoy each day.
Day 12 : Departure from Puerto Maldonado
After an early breakfast at the lodge, you will return Puerto Maldonado by boat and be transferred to the airport for your flight back to Lima (via Cusco) and journey home or on to your next destination.
Alternatively, customize this package to spend more time exploring the Amazon or browse our full range of Peru travel destinations and continue your exciting trip to Peru!
Top Pick: Arequipa Hotels | Colca Canyon Hotels | Cusco Hotels | Machu Picchu Hotels | Sacred Valley Hotels | Puerto Maldonado Lodges
Top Pick Arequipa Hotels
Casa Andina Private Collection Arequipa
Calle Ugarte 403, Arequipa
This Casa Andina Private Collection hotel maintains the highest standards of service and quality, overseeing every delicate detail. Just 3 blocks from Arequipa’s Main Square, this hotel is housed in a beautiful white sillar stone 17th century colonial mansion, formerly the Mint House and now a national historic monument. Two colonial-style courtyards are found at the heart of the building which also holds a small mint museum, a bar, and gourmet restaurant serving exquisite Novoandina cuisine.
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Sonesta Posada del Inca Arequipa
Portal de Flores 116, Arequipa
This Spanish colonial-style hotel is centrally located along the Main Square's arched passageways and next to the beautiful Cathedral. It is widely recognized as one of the best accommodations in Arequipa and arguably boasts the premier location in the city as it overlooks the plaza. It is just steps away from the city's main shopping and financial area. Equipped with the best modern amenities, this hotel provides a comfortable and luxurious atmosphere combined with excellent service. This ideal location allows easy access to Arequipa's main attractions, such as the fascinating Santa Catalina Convent, the Museum of La Dama de Ampato (Juanita the Mummy) and other exciting points of interest. Built out of the typical sillar stone that gave Arequipa its nickname as the “White City”, this beautiful hotel meets any international standard and also features an excellent restaurant.
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Casa Andina Classic Arequipa
Calle Jerusalén 603, Arequipa
Casa Andina Classic Arequipa is a charming hotel located in the heart of the historic center that abounds with traditional architectural details. Built from the volcanic sillar stone typical of Arequipa’s architecture, Casa Andina provides a comfortable setting for major events and conventions, paying special attention to travelers. All 105 guestrooms are warmly decorated, following the theme established throughout the hotel of clean crisp whites and warm reddish hues. Deliciously soft down comforters bestow a luxurious touch onto each and every room.
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La Casa de Mi Abuela
Budget Hotel Pick
Calle Jerusalén 606, Arequipa
This picturesque family-run hotel is a tranquil sanctuary close to the city center. In a break from the typical hotel mold, La Casa de Mi Abuela boasts a unique personality built over 2 decades of hosting guests from all over the world. The hotel has been designed as a little town within the city. Ample and beautiful gardens are adorned with swings, hammocks, and benches, and the guestrooms are distributed throughout the property. Each area has a different layout and unique rooms with comfortable facilities. In addition to the standard single and double rooms, there are triples, quadruples, and one quintuple for larger groups. Located directly across the gardens and the pool is the excellent restaurant La Bóveda, housed in a colonial stone structure with an archway façade.
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Top Pick Colca Canyon Hotels
Fundo Puye s/n, Yanque, Caylloma
Affiliated with the renowned Hotel Libertador chain and located on the banks of the Colca River, Colca Lodge is a cozy eco-friendly hotel architecturally inspired by the Incas. Built into the landscape, the hotel harmoniously blends in with the spectacular Colca Canyon environment. Each room offers an outdoor terrace with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. A spacious common room with a fireplace and a charming bar provide ideal places for guests to relax. In addition to its tranquil atmosphere, the lodge boasts naturally heated hot springs, great personalized service, and one of the best spas in the country. Enjoy the astonishing views while soaking in the swimming pool directly overlooking the valley. If you are looking forward to pampering yourself, stay in one of the luxurious suites equipped with a private jacuzzi.
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La Casa De Mama Yacchi
Budget Hotel Pick
Pueblo de Coporaque
Deep amidst the vast and stunning green scenery of the Colca Canyon, this quaint lodge is located in the tiny village of Coporaque. A unique destination, this charming town is the oldest village in the area and still retains many of its traditions and customs. La Casa de Mama Yacchi was constructed entirely with native materials from the surrounding area and offers an authentic Colca Canyon experience complete with a traditional restaurant that serves excellent, locally-inspired cuisine. The lodge offers simple but inviting and comfortable rooms, remarkable views, and a cozy fireplace lounge.
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Top Pick Cusco Hotels
Aranwa Boutique Hotel
San Juan de Dios 255, near Plaza Regocijo, Cusco
The brand new Aranwa Boutique Hotel, opened in October 2010, is operated by Aranwa Hotels Resorts & Spas, one of the most luxurious hotel chains in Peru, known for their careful attention to their clients’ well-being. One of the best-value luxury accommodations in Cusco, this elegant 5-star hotel is housed in a converted 16th century mansion and is decorated with colonial era furniture, impressive paintings from the Cusco school, and colonial gold-leaf plated carvings and sculptures. This boutique hotel is conveniently located right behind Plaza San Francisco, a new upscale neighborhood away from the hustle and bustle of Cusco’s main square. With each room boasting an oxygen system and a variety of soothing spa treatments available, this just may be the best place to acclimatize to the high altitude in Cusco in a most comfortable setting.
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Andean Wings Boutique Hotel
Siete Cuartones Street 225, Cusco
Located in a magnificent colonial house that dates back to over 300 years ago, this charming boutique hotel offers excellent services in a luxurious atmosphere. The Andean Wings Boutique Hotel strives to provide guests with an intimate setting as well as the highest quality amenities in the heart of magical Cusco. The rooms are extremely well appointed and inviting; the restaurant offers original and delicious dishes in the hotel’s interior patio; and the spa’s amazing services are assured to keep guests relaxed. The small size of the hotel, with only 18 rooms, allows for personalized attention to each and every guest.
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Boutique Hotel Casa San Blas
Tocuyeros 566, San Blas, Cusco
Located in the historic artisan quarter of San Blas, this boutique hotel is privately situated, but still close to restaurants, bars, artisan workshops, and galleries. Only two and a half blocks from the central Plaza de Armas, the Boutique Hotel Casa San Blas is near all the main attractions in Cusco, but provides the peace and tranquility guests look forward to after a long day exploring Inca ruins. With gorgeous wooden furnishings, a pretty terrace area with umbrellas, potted plants, and colorful artwork, you will feel at home in this charming hotel. Guestrooms boast handmade colonial furniture and Andean weavings as well as lush bedding for a good night’s rest. Enjoy a delicious dinner or cocktail in the downstairs restaurant before indulging in a luxurious massage in your room. The staff at this excellent-value Cusco hotel will work overtime to make your stay is a pleasant one.
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Budget Hotel Pick
Cuesta de San Blas 541, Cusco
Located in the heart of the bohemian San Blas district, the excellent Hostal Amaru offers comfortable accommodation for a great value. All rooms are simple yet cozy, and the hotel features all the services necessary for a comfortable stay. Wireless Internet, computers, a safe deposit box, and complimentary coca tea are available. Only two blocks from Cusco’s main square, this is the perfect option for all travelers on a budget. Single, double, and triple rooms are distributed over a beautifully kept courtyard.
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Top Pick Machu Picchu Hotels
Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
Kilometer 110 Via Ferrea, Aguas Calientes
The Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is a naturalist’s haven. Conveniently nestled in the verdant Andean cloud forest, this lovely hotel is the perfect place to catch a glimpse of the astonishing flora and fauna of the region. The eco-friendly hotel resembles an Andean village and is comprised of charming white-washed cottages decorated with modern indigenous art as well as authentic pre-Columbian artifacts. With a commitment to indulging the whims of its guests, this luxury hotel expertly combines nature and comfort to create a one-of-a-kind Machu Picchu experience. Try some regional dishes at the excellent restaurant overlooking the Urubamba River.
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El MaPi Hotel
Av. Pachacutec 109, Aguas Calientes
Ideally located near the Aguas Calientes train station and close to where the buses depart for the short ride to Machu Picchu, the recently renovated El MaPi Hotel is perfect for travelers who want to catch the sunrise over the ruins. The modern and stylish hotel aims to be the best in its category and offers great value services and décor. It also boasts beautifully landscaped gardens and a hot tub where guests can relax at night with a cocktail after a delicious dinner.
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Casa Andina Classic Machu Picchu
Prolongacion Imperio de Los Incas E - 34, Aguas Calientes
The newest addition to the Casa Andina Classic brand offers modern and comfortable accommodations to guests seeking a quality Machu Picchu hotel. Located on the banks of the Vilcanota River and adjacent to the Aguas Calientes train station, the hotel enjoys a top location for easy access to the Machu Picchu ruins.
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Top Pick Sacred Valley Hotels
Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel
Built on a 17th century colonial hacienda, along the tranquil banks of the Vilcanota River, the Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel & Wellness is the picture-perfect place for a countryside retreat. The hotel showcases a fusion of minimalist and colonial style rooms and buildings, all surrounded by sweeping views of the breathtakingly beautiful Sacred Valley.
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Casa Andina Private Collection Valle Sagrado
5to Paradero Yanahuara, Sacred Valley
A prominent member of the Casa Andina chain, the Private Collection is a luxurious hotel, comfortably nestled in the heart of the Sacred Valley only 10 minutes from the ruins of Ollantaytambo. Combining relaxation in its luxurious spa with sports activities such as bike riding or hiking, this excellent and all-encompassing hotel has something to suit everyone’s taste. The hotel also features a delicious restaurant, playgrounds, a jewelry store, and an on-site observatory allowing guests to admire the beautiful star-filled Andean sky.
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El Albergue Bed & Breakfast
El Albergue (Ollantaytambo train station between Cusco & Machu Picchu), Sacred Valley
Neighboring the Ollantaytambo train station, this quaint bed & breakfast is nicely located an hour between Cusco and Machu Picchu, making it the perfect place to rest before visiting the mountaintop ruins, the historic city of Cusco, or the surrounding Sacred Valley attractions. This hotel originally started operating in 1923, making it the first hotel to open in the area.
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Budget Hotel Pick
Patacalle 722, Ollantaytambo
Explore the last living Inca city from the comfortable base of Hostal Iskay, located on a street where ancient aqueducts still carry water through the town. Beautiful gardens offer the perfect place to relax with a steaming cup of tea and gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains. Rooms with private bathrooms are available with twin, double, or queen size beds. Friendly staff are happy to help guests with advice and information on what to see and do. Complimentary wireless Internet service is available and every booking includes buffet breakfast.
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Top Pick Puerto Maldonado Lodges
Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica
45-minute boat transfer from Puerto Maldonado to the Lodge
Reserva Amazonica is located along the river, on a 40 square mile (103.6 square kilometer) private ecological reserve adjacent to the Tambopata National Park. Offering 30 private cabanas, 3 suites, and a unique canopy tree house that sits 90 feet above ground and can accommodate 2, the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica provides comfortable accommodation amidst spectacular scenery. All guestrooms and common areas were built with local materials and high-pitched palm-thatched roofs in local Ese-Eja and Machiguenga native styles. Each room is attractively furnished with log chairs, comfortable beds covered by mosquito netting, and a small porch with 2 hammocks. The rooms have no electricity, but after dinner, guests can return to their cabanas across tree-trunk boardwalks to find the entryways and bathrooms lit with candles and kerosene lamps. Reserva Amazonica is a perfect place to relax and enjoy everything the Amazon Rainforest has to offer.
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Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion
A 20-minute boat transfer from Puerto Maldonado to the Lodge
The Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion lodge in the diverse Puerto Maldonado area is one of the best value options to be had in the Peruvian Amazon. The lodge is located just adjacent to the Tambopata National Reserve and the famous Lake Sandoval, allowing it to provide some of the most thrilling Amazon excursions in Peru. Rooms are basic but spacious, and the charming cabañas offer a sitting area outfitted with relaxing hammocks in which to whittle the days away. Professional and knowledgeable guides are available to lead and educate you every step of the way during your fascinating rainforest excursions, offering you with valuable history and context about the jungle environment and lodge itself.
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Posada Amazonas Jungle Lodge
A 45-minute boat ride from Puerto Maldonado
Posada Amazonas is a comfortable, low profile, 30-bedroom jungle eco-lodge owned jointly by Rainforest Expeditions and the Ese'eja Native Community of Tambopata. Each quaint room features three bamboo-walls that act as mesh nets to allow a refreshing cross-breeze through your private accommodation. The fourth side of the charming room is wide open to provide an amazing view of the Puerto Maldonado tropics and to let guests enjoy the natural wonders of this region unobstructed. Because of its accessibility, opportunities for excellent wildlife observation, and comfortable accommodation, a stay at Posada Amazonas is the ideal introductory nature tour to the Amazonian rainforests.
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Approximately 2 hours by boat from Puerto Maldonado
The Inotawa Lodge, built by a Swiss-Peruvian family on the border of the Tambopata Candamo Reserve, is considered by its owners to be more than a lodge: “it's a tribute to nature, whose beauty and majesty inspire us to love, respect, and preserve it.” The large and comfortable rooms are ideal for relaxing and enjoying the natural surroundings, and by adapting the traditional native style of construction, they keep visitors in permanent contact with the rainforest.
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