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Beautiful! Rustic and luxurious at the same time. Great excursions with fun and interesting guides all included with few exceptions. Restaurant service and food was far above expectations. The cabanas were very comfortable.
I think this all inclusive (except alcohol and soda) was a great...More
We stayed at Reserva Amazonica on the tail end of our trip to Southern Peru. We were there three days and three nights and that was perfect. There are plenty of excursions, but not enough to keep active adults entertained for more than three days....More
My husband does not camp. I knew if I was going to convince him to come into the amazon, I was going to have to find a really nice property where he was not going to have to rough it. Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica was like...More
We stayed 5 nights and I was impressed with the level of service from the very beginning. We spent our first night in Peru in the Country Club Hotel. A very nice hotel in a very nice part of Lima. I liked the Inkaterra much...More
This place is amazing. First off: it is proper rainforest, this really is in the middle of the jungle. Getting here involves a 45 minute boat ride (coordinated by the resort) from Puerto Maldonado. The accommodation was fabulous, great mix of comfort and authentic ambience....More
There is electricity for a hair dryer although they turn it off for a few hours in the middle of the night. Casual clothing for dinners was acceptable. There were no dress codes. There was likely an excursion for catching... More
There is electricity for a hair dryer although they turn it off for a few hours in the middle of the night. Casual clothing for dinners was acceptable. There were no dress codes. There was likely an excursion for catching piranhas but not entirely sure of that.