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On the edge of the Tambopata Reserved Zone, 58 kilometers up the Tambopata River from Puerto Maldonado is the Explorer's Inn, a tourist lodge which is also one of the main research centres for scientific work in the Amazon basin. The Explorer's Inn gives its visitors a superb opportunity to learn about the Amazon rainforest and the importance of... more
The Los Delfines Hotels offers a world of refinement and comfort where each detail has been designed to make your stay an unforgettable experience. Quiet relaxing hours in front of our Dolphin Aquarium will relax you and our luxurious casino will excite you.... more
Located 40 KM (25 Mi) downriver from Iquitos, the Inn provides individual palm-thatched cottages, with a private porches, overlooking the main Amazon River. All twin-bedded screened units have lights, fan and ensuite bathroom.... more
One of the newest and most spacious lodges within the Peruvian rainforest, this lodge offers spectacular, untamed jungle that you can freely explore under the guidance of our multilingual naturalist escorts. We offer a perfect blend between total wilderness experience and personal safety and comfort, where you'll be surrounded by an exotic jungle... more
Miraflores Park Plaza is found in Malecon de la Reserva, one of Lima's most exclusive residential districts, surrounded by parkland and with an incredible ocean view. It is ideally situated both for the cultural and commercial centers of the city. All the hotel's suites boast the last word in facilities, including marble and granite bathrooms,... more
On the Napo River, 160 KM (100 Mi) from Iquitos and in the Sucusari Reserve, the ExplorNapo allows you to enjoy our privately owned Rainforest Reservation, and visit the Canopy Walkway, the longest walkway in the world. Accommodations are authentic Amazon style with palm-thatched houses, kerosene lighting, open-hearth cooking, and rainforest... more