Adventure vacations are among the most popular and trekking the jungles of Peru is at the top of the list with Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica in Puerto Maldonado, Peru. Located at Rio Madre de Dios KM 15, in Puerto Maldonado, Peru is a complete and organized experience of everything Peru has to offer. Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica provides personalized journeys to travelers allowing them to see parts of Peru they would otherwise not see on their own. From the top of Machu Pichu to shopping small streets in Lima, Peru, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica can safely guide to ensuring a rich, safe and fulfilling Peruvian adventure.
Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is a private tourism institution that was founded in 1975. The institution practices sustainable living and is eco-friendly in everyway possible. Though many people choose to tour countries on their on, in a land like Peru there is so much to see that is hidden. Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica offers personalized tours that are designed to enhance your overall travel experience.
The eco-friendly accommodations at Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica are native inspired and include 35 cabanas made with thatched roofs and made from all natural materials. Each private cabana has contemporary amenities providing guests with everything necessary.
Part of the experience of Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is the culinary experience. Peru has a wide assortment of village markets from which fresh fruits and vegetable can be purchased. Trips to the village markets are part of the Inkaterra experience as well as trips to the rainforest, the Amazon Basin, visiting the lost cities and the famous Lake Titicaca and a visit to Cusco the city near Machu Picchu. All details of the tour are arranged by Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica ensuring guests have the opportunity to enjoy their time in Peru. Though many visitors to Peru come for various reasons there is so much in nature to enjoy including bird watching, wildlife, and ecological excursions. Guests to Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica can fly into Puerto Maldonado International Airport in Peru.