Reserva Amazonica is located at the intersection of the Tambopata and Madre de Dios Rivers, amid a 40-square-mile private ecological reserve. The lodge boasts 30 private cabanas and 3 suites built with local materials in native style. Rooms are palm thatched-roofed, wooden and rustic, built in the Amazon's traditional Ese-Eja and Machiguenga styles.
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 enjoying the serenity of the rainforest.
Wildlife viewing here is remarkable as the trail system extends across roughly 8 km (6 miles) of surrounding rainforest, allowing an easier access to a variety of habitats inside the forest. You can also observe wildlife from the Canopy walkway, which is a complex set of hanging bridges, towers and platforms where visitors can experience a part of the rainforest ecosystem seldom seen by human eyes. The rainforest canopy offers glimpses at unique flora and fauna that are impossible to observe from the ground level.