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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
Let me just say I'm not a camper nature type. My teenage daughter was dying to go to the rainforest so there I was. You are indeed IN the rainforest. One afternoon I stayed behind from excursions and it takes the labor of an army...More
Let me tell you one thing from the beginning- This is a real jungle with all the animals’ surrounding (and YES including many mosquitos). In order to arrive the lodge, we met our hostess at the Puerto Maldonado’s airport and later were taken by a...More
This was an amazing experience! The accommodation was great with its kerosene lamps, mosquito netting and general ambiance and the plunge pool was a welcome addition. Our guide Hugo was informative and highly experienced having lived in the area his entire life. The trip to...More
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US$ 386 - US$ 643 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, the cabins/ rooms have 4 walls - you have a screened porch leading to the bedroom. The bedroom has 3 solid walls and there is a shutter door that closes off between porch and bedroom. You will have privacy. No problems.
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.
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"All of the rooms are excellent. We were beside the river - wonderful!"