Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel Review

Inkaterra Machu Picchu
Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
Address: Machu Picchu Pueblo (formerly Aguas Calientes), Province of Urubamba, Department of Cuzco, Peru

The private Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo hotel is the most luxurious hotel in Machu Picchu town. Located right above the banks of the river just a short walk from the train station, the hotel is a sanctuary in the rainforest and a quiet haven from the busy town next door.

Upon arrival at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo, guests will enter a large lodge with a lobby, lounge, restaurant, and reception area. There are several smaller lodges with a check-in desk, excursion information, and cafe as well.

Nearby are the guest rooms, which are situated in villas throughout the lush green grounds. Rooms are spacious and appointed with large beds, wardrobes, sitting areas with fireplaces, and bathrooms with showers.


Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Hotel Review

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Lodge
Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Review
Address: Km 15 Madre de Dios River, Province of Tambopata, Madre de Dios, Peru

The luxurious Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica hotel is one of the best lodges in the Peruvian Amazon. Located right on the banks of the Madre de Dios river near Puerto Maldonado, the lodge is one of the top places to stay in Tambopata when you are visiting Peru.

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is a private reserve consisting of a large lodge and a number of private cabanas for guests. The lodge contains the restaurant and lounge where guests can enjoy a complimentary pisco sour every night for happy hour. Nearby is a smaller lodge where excursions are organized each evening.


Best Places to Visit in Peru

Cuzco, Peru

Machu Picchu
It goes without saying that Machu Picchu is one of the best places to visit in Peru. Visitors from all over the world come to the country to see the famous Inca ruins, and they are well worth the trip. Stunning climbs, fascinating history, and breathtaking views are all part of the attraction.

While many people see Cuzco as merely a jumping-off point for Machu Picchu, it is a great place to visit in its own right. The city is rich in Inca and colonial history, and there are great markets and beautiful plazas to visit as well. Cuzco also has some top-notch restaurants that are worth a try.

Puno and Lake Titicaca
While Puno itself isn’t much to see, the famous floating islands on Lake Titicaca are one of the best places to visit in Peru. Made from reeds in the lake, the islands are harnessed together to make a man-made archipelago on the water. Everything from houses to hotels and restaurants can be found there, making the islands worth a one or two day trip from Puno.

Nazca Lines
The famous Nazca Lines have mystified people for many years. Large ancient geoglyphs that cover miles of ground in the Nazca Desert, the lines are a stunning sight to see from above. They are also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Puerto Maldonado and the Amazon
Often overlooked on Peru itineraries, Puerto Maldonado and the Peruvian Amazon are truly some of the top places to go in Peru. The Madre de Dios River, which is a tributary of the Amazon, is perfect for river safaris, where visitors can see everything from monkeys to caimans (Amazonian crocodiles) and capybaras. On land, there are great hotels and lodges that can organize jungle trekking tours, canopy walks, and other excursions.

While many visitors to Peru only visit Lima because they have a layover before heading deeper into the country, the capital city isn’t as bad as naysayers would have you think. For starters, Lima has some of the best restaurants in the world, including La Mar and Las Brujas de Cachiche.

The city also has amazing history, beautiful colonial architecture, and pretty seaside parks, as well as markets that sell souvenirs for a fraction of the price you can find them elsewhere in the country. All of these things and more make Lima one of the best places to visit in Peru.