Peru’s Biodiversity Capital
Here, where the Madre de Dios River meanders through the rainforest region known as the biodiversity capital of Peru, a single giant tree is home to more insect species than all of Great Britain.
The variety of plant life in a single hectare far exceeds what a coast-to-coast traveler might discover in the entire United States.
Inkaterra’s Amazon nature lodge is:
- Pristine, remote, yet easily accessible.
- At the heart of 38484 -acre private conservation area.
- Adjacent to Tambopata National Reserve.
- 45-minute boat trip from Puerto Maldonado, serviced by short direct flights from Lima and Cusco.