Lima, October 2004


LIMA, PERU, Inkaterra, a sustainable tourism company with lodges in the Peruvian Amazon and at Machu Picchu, reopened the newly designed and rebuilt CAFÉ INKATERRA, in Aguas Calientes, adjacent to Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel.

The café was renovated with a unique purpose and significance in mind. The aim and purpose of the Café is to promote and celebrate Peru`s living cultures; emphasizing architecture, music and culinary arts and presenting them as world-class contemporary products.

This new concept includes providing a highly personalized service that combines a cuisine and environment with varied Peruvian flavors and sensations. In a cosy and serene atmosphere, away from the crowds and overlooking the scenic Vilcanota River, guests can enjoy an innovative and delicious à la carte lunch.

Given the success of the CD CAFÉ INKATERRA with Miki González (ranked number one in sales in Peru for several weeks), INKATERRA is confident that CAFÉ INKATERRA RESTAURANT, run by Chef Coque Ossio, will become another great success and one of the most renowned restaurants in the country.

INKATERRA is a Peruvian organization with more than 28 years of experience in sustainable tourism initiatives. The company focuses on preserving and rescuing Peru's geography, nature, customs and cultures and projecting them throughout the world. In 1975, Inkaterra opened Reserva Amazónica in Madre de Dios, the southern part of the Peruvian Rainforest and, in 1991 the Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel - now considered one of the 10 best hotels in South America - in Machu Picchu Village. INKATERRA has an alliance with the NGO Inkaterra Association (ITA) through which the company's profits are invested in investigation, conservation, educational and social development programs.

For more information regarding the new CAFÉ INKATERRA, please contact:, call (511) 610-0400 or enter our website