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. If you are interested in visiting Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, check out the Best of Peru: Machu Picchu and Amazon Wildland Adventure.