To arrive at RESERVA AMAZÓNICA is to arrive to another world. It
sits smack on the river bank amid a 40-square-mile private ecological
reserve owned by INKATERRA. Located in the heart of the Amazon
Rain Forest, adjacent to the Tambopata National Park, the lodge was
opened in 1975 and since then performs innovative sustainable use of
the Amazon Rainforest: scientific based tourism since 1978.
provides the best tourism infrastructure available in the entire
region, and is a prime location for exploring the rainforest. The
lodge boasts 30 private cabanas and 3 suites built with local
materials in native style. Service areas are located in a two-story
wooden pavilion with a cathedral ceiling housing the dining room, bar,
the main lounge and a mezzanine overlooking the rainforest, where
visitors can relax while contemplating the unique scenery.
commercial flights connect Puerto Maldonado with Lima (2 hour flight time) and
Cusco (35 minutes). Upon arrival at the Puerto Maldonado airport, visitors take
the RESERVA AMAZÓNICA bus to the city's river port, and then take a canoe
to the RESERVA AMAZÓNICA lodge. It is about an hour-long canoe ride (15
Km. or 9 miles) downriver from Puerto Maldonado.