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These lodges are the perfect respite for jungle exploration. Crafted with the surrounding environment in mind, you'll encounter simple but comfortable structures built with local materials and with attention to their environmental impact. Most lodges are outfitted with a restaurant, common area, and additional amenities for exploring your surroundings.
Pristine, yet easily accessible, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica provides elegant lodge accommodation on the banks of the Madre de Dios River just 45 minutes from Puerto Maldonado port. Wooden cabanas with thatched palm roofs and screened-in siesta area are stocked with creature comforts. Luxurious extras include a riverside spa to balance out days full of adventurous excursions into the surrounding rainforest.
Perched on stilts and surrounded by lush vegetation, Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion provides an opportunity for daily encounters with incredible rainforest biodiversity. Choose from 19 cabanas and 6 rooms in the “casa grande.” Hike to Lake Sandoval and explore its waters in a dugout canoe. Join expert naturalist guides on canopy tours, jungle walks, and night sailing to see remarkable flora and fauna.
Posada Amazonas is a spacious lodge located located on a communal reserve 45 minute by boat from Puerto Maldonado. All 30 rooms have private bathrooms, hot water, mosquito nets, and kerosene lamps and candles for lighting. Superior and premium rooms feature ceiling fans and electricity until 10 pm. Lodge activities include a climbing a canopy tower, wildlife-spotting on Tres Chimbadas Lake, and hiking an ethnobotanical trail.
Inotawa Lodge is located in the buffer zone of the Tambopata National Reserve surrounded by pristine forest and natural bamboo patches. The traditionally constructed lodge includes 16 rooms with mosquito nets and private bathrooms. Common areas include a dining area, bar, and hammock area. Electricity is available for a few hours in the evening.
Located within the buffer zone of the Tambopata National Reserve, Refugio Amazonas is 32-room lodge about 4 hours by boat from Puerto Maldonado airport. Each rooms boasts native Ese-Eja decor crafted by the local community as well as mosquito nets, electric outlets, safety deposit box, and private bathrooms with hot water showers and eco-friendly toiletries. For extra comfort, book one of the 4 suites which add a hammock, ceiling fan, private deck, minibar, and in-room WiFi.
A remote location about 7 hours by boat from Puerto Maldonado and eco-friendly infrastructure makes Tambopata Research Center an ideal place for in-depth exploration of the Amazon. Electricity is available 3 times a day. Choose from 24 rooms, each with mosquito net, hot shower, eco-friendly toiletries, safe deposit box, electrical outlets, and umbrellas. The deluxe suite adds in-room WiFi, ceiling fan, private deck with sitting area, and an outdoor tub.
Offering comfortable digs in the middle of Peru’s southern jungle city, Wasai Puerto Maldonado Eco-Lodge features fan-cooled and air-conditioned suites and bungalows one block from the Plaza de Armas. Each room includes a minibar, hot water, and cable TV. Guest love the swimming pool and poolside bar overlooking the Rio Madre de Dios.
Founded in 1975, Explorer’s Inn is one of the oldest lodges in the Peruvian Amazon and remains one of the best places to experience the rainforest firsthand. Choose from 70 rooms spread out in thatched bungalows built on raised platforms. Each room has a porch, mosquito netting, and private bathroom with shower, toilet, and washbasin. Electricity is available for limited hours in the evening.
Perched on a bluff overlooking its namesake lake, Sandoval Lake Lodge features 25 rooms with mosquito net, hot water shower, fan, and electricity (limited hours). A view of sunsets and sunrises over the mirror surface is a privilege only available to lodge guests. Conveniently, this lodge is just 30 minutes by boat from Puerto Maldonado, making this ideal for shorter stays.