Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica (5 days / 4 nights)

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica

Climb the banks of the meandering Madre de Dios river, and enter another world. Wake to a symphony of tropical bird song; end your days by lantern light, falling asleep to the gentle night noise of the Amazon rainforest.

Exotic, yet accessible, Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica Lodge is situated in a private reserve, surrounded by a vast Peruvian Rainforest. As Peru’s pioneer in nature travel and research, Inkaterra provides an unforgettable introduction to this amazing realm of incomparable biodiversity.

Pristine, remote, yet easily accessible

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is adjacent to the lush Tambopata National Reserve, where the Madre de Dios River meanders through the Southern Peru rainforest region, known as the Biodiversity Capital of Peru.

Activities a la carte. Reserva Amazonica offers a variety of eco-activities both inside and outside of the reserve. Sandoval Lake, visit to an indigenous cultivation plot and the virgin Gamitana ravin, canopy, marvelous landscapes along the trip. So takes advantage of the offer and do the reservation.


Tambopata Vacation Package - The tour package includes:

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Transfers airport / lodge / airport in Puerto Maldonado

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4 Nigths accommodation at Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica, with welcome drink, welcome gift, tea time and cocktail hour.

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Breakfast, lunch and dinner at lodge. Water and natural typical drinks

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Guided forest tours (are suggested and the letter may vary). Excursions (are suggested and to choose, a la carte): Guided walk along the lodge's Trail System, Evening Nature Presentations on Amazonian topics, Rolin Island, Wetlands Ecosystem, Sandoval Lake.

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English speaking guide.

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Basic equipment necessary for each activity.

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Entrance to Lake Sandoval / SERNAMP.

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Optional flight tickets from Lima or from Cuzco

AXA Travel Assistant

Optional AXA Travel Assistant


Day 1: ... (Lima or Cuzco) / Puerto Maldonado / Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica (L-D)

  • Welcome in Puerto Maldonado.

  • Begin to experience the enchantment of the rainforest, as you take a 45-minute (about) boat ride along the Madre de Dios River to arrive at Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica lodge.

  • After a short briefing, settle into your beautiful cabaña and enjoy your lunch in the dining room.

  • Take a siesta, share a refreshing tea time and get ready for the afternoon excursion.

  • After gathering with your Inkaterra Interpreter, choose from the 14 different excursions available at the Inkaterra lodge.

  • On your first day, we recommend a guided walk along the Trail system, into the Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica natural area, where you will discover the Amazon Basin. This trail offers an excellent introduction to the forest environment, winding past impressive trees such as the staggeringly tall kapok, and the strangely beautiful strangler fig, offering excellent opportunities for bird watching and observing exotic insects.

  • We also recommend on the first night our Twilight River excursion, a guided afternoon boat ride downriver from the Inkaterra lodge. Witness the transformation from a diurnal to a nocturnal world: animals and birds of the daytime give way to species specially adapted to the night. As you enjoy their paradise, you will learn about their habits, while you search for nightjars, owls, capybaras and big caiman.

  • We will gather at The Eco Center and present all available excursions. Enjoy cocktails before dinner, served in the main dining room from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

  • After dinner, you may retire early to your own cabana, or join us to talk about the experience of life in the rainforest, as you listen to the intriguing sounds of the jungle at night.

  • Overnight at Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica


Day 2: Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica (B-L-D)

  • Rest in bed or rise early, the choice is yours.

  • Breakfast begins at 5:30 a.m., for those who want to avoid the heat and enjoy nature at its fullest.

  • A full buffet breakfast is served from 7 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

  • This morning you may visit the Sandoval Lake excursion into the Tambopata National Reserve. Glide in a wooden canoe, across a beautiful, mirror-like oxbow lake that is home to the endangered giant river otter, as well as red howler monkeys, red-bellied macaws, anacondas, point-tailed palm creepers and side-neck turtles.

  • Return to the Inkaterra lodge for lunch.

  • After lunch, consider visit the remarkable Inkaterra Canopy. Ascending the first tower, 29 meters above the forest ground, you begin your encounter with the treetop realm. For more than a quarter of a mile, you will literally walk through the rainforest canopy on a suspension bridge network linking eight observation platforms. During this hour-and-a-half expedition, be on the lookout for bright toucans, woodpeckers, trogons, monkeys and the three-toed sloth. If you wish you may extend your excursion and appreciate the sunset from one of the towers.

  • Once at the lodge, enjoy a cocktail in the main dining room or during the daily nature presentation in the Eco media Center and the Happy Hour.

  • Dinner starts at 7:30 p.m.

  • Overnight at Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica.


Day 3: Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica (B-L-D)

  • Buffet-style tropical breakfast in the dining room. starting at 5 a.m. until 10 a.m.

  •  Gamitana Creek excursion: Enjoy a long walk following to the magic world of Gamitana creek. The sights, scents and sounds of the jungle will surround you as you walk for two and a half hours, rambling through the rain forest along the banks of this winding, dark-water creek that is home to piranha, caimans, turtles and an abundance of brightly colored birds. When you reach the embarkation point, board a canoe and navigate 2-hour ride dawn stream to the Gamitana Model Farm, appreciating the rich plant and animal life along the way. Enjoy a short guided tour to learn about an Amazon farm.

  • Picnic during the trail.

  • ENA Spa service.

  • Dinner and overnight.


Day 4: Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica (B-L-D)

  • Buffet-style tropical breakfast in the dining room. starting at 5 a.m. until 10 a.m

  • Visit the Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion: A 35-minute ride upriver takes you to Hacienda Concepcion, home to a remarkable Botanical Garden with over 200 different species of rainforest plants. An in-depth explanation familiarizes you with the processing, uses and benefits of these traditional indigenous plants, including fascinating native medicinal uses. Next, take a 30-minute canoe trip on a small lake and watch for wildlife-turtles, giant river otters, sun grebes, nightjars and herons. The activity ends at Concepcion Educational Research Facility where exhibits, designed by the National Geographic Society, tell the story of the remarkable Madre de Dios region.

  • Lunch.

  • Native Experience excursion or the Rainforest Garden just around the cabanas: This interesting native garden was started by the locals more than ten years ago showcasing native plants, trees and orchids. Learn to identify orchids, its flower parts, pollinators and different habitats. Know the fascinating history and legends, the practical and beneficial use of indigenous plants, as well as other remarkable rainforest flora. An in-depth explanation familiarizes you with the process, traditional use and highly interesting benefits of the plants and trees used for construction including those that were used for building the lodge, some of its fixtures, as well as native clothing accessories.

  • Dinner and overnight.


Day 5: Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica / Puerto Maldonado / .... (Lima or Cuzco) (B)

  • Enjoy a full breakfast before departure.

  • Approximately a 90 minutes return trip by boat on the Madre de Dios River takes you to Puerto Maldonado.

  • Transfer to the airport for your flight to Lima or Cuzco.


Recommended clothing: long slacks, long-sleeved lightweight shirts (against mosquitoes), sneakers or hiking boots, sunglasses, a cap and raincoat. Warm clothing is essential between June and August, as "friajes" or cold fronts arrive from southern Patagonia.

Safety Conditions:
Although not required for entry into the country or the Reserva Amazónica region, a yellow fever vaccination is recommended as an extra precaution. No yellow fever cases have ever been reported at Reserva Amazónica.

Additional Facts:
Departure/arrival flight time and explorations at Reserva Amazónica may be modified without prior notice in due to weather. Programs do not include airfare, airport taxes, overweight baggage charge, additional nights in Puerto Maldonado due to flight cancellations, alcoholic beverages or bottled drinks, bar, personal insurance, laundry service, telephone calls, or other personal expenses.



Flights: Kindly book your tickets from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in order to avoid disappointment

Baggage: Due to the difficulty of transporting large pieces of baggage by boat, we strongly recommend that you take only a backpack or small suitcase – just the essential items for your stay in the rainforest. Extra luggage can be stored in our office in Puerto Maldonado or in your hotel before departure to the Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica.

What to take: We recommend that you bring light clothes, long sleeve shirts, long pants, a jacket, bathing clothes, walking shoes, sunglasses, insect repellent, binoculars, and a flashlight.

The program does not include:

  • Flight ticket Lima / Puerto Maldonado / Lima ask for our promotional airfares.

  • Alcoholic drinks and soft drinks.

  • Personal expenses.

  • Tips for guides and staff members.

  • Any other service not mentioned in the program.

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica - Rates 2019 - 2020

Rates per person in US Dollar

Room Type

Max. Passengers

Rate Per Person

Superior Single


$ 921

Superior Double


$ 772

Superior Rio Double


$ 890

Suite Amazonica Double


$ 993



50% Off

Not Included 10% Service Charge


Terms and Conditions:

  • Rates apply to foreign tourists, not residents in Peru and there are expressed in U.S. Dollars. Our fares include all taxes.

  • The system must only process reserves received at least 7 days before the date of trip.

  • Unused services are not refundable

  • Rates subject to change and / or availability

  • Does not apply to dates of Easter, Independence Day (25 to 31 July), National Holidays, Christmas, New Year and Special Events


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