Inkaterra Hacienda Concepción: The Experience

Located in Amazon Rainforest, Peru

Float down the Madre de Dios River in a motorized canoe at dusk to learn about the river ecosystems.

The lodge’s screened-in dining room encourages full forest immersion, even during meals.

Giant river otters are one of the many species you might spot while exploring area waterways.

Shaded lodge cabañas keep guests in touch with the rhythms of the forest.

Screened walls allow the sounds of the jungle to float inside guest rooms.

The dining room and bar are housed in the property’s large thatched pavilion.

Boating excursions are led by expert naturalists.

A boatful of travelers are dwarfed by towering palm trees.

Paddle a dugout canoe across the property’s cocha, or oxbow lake.

Climb a 98-foot tower and walk among the treetops on a series of hanging bridges.

Take in a new perspective while surveying the canopy close up.

Amazonian lakes are home to giant river otters, red howler monkeys, and black caimans.

Home to one-tenth of the world’s known species and producing over 20 percent of the planet’s oxygen, the Amazon is more than a rainforest—it’s a dynamic life force fueled by an intricate synergy of flora and fauna. Discovering this complex ecosystem is the cornerstone of the Inkaterra Hacienda Concepción experience. Excursions involve observing the forest’s natural phenomena, activities geared toward understanding how life in the rainforest is cultivated. With countless species living amid varied landscapes of thick jungle, meandering rivers, and pristine lakes, there are countless lessons to be learned in the landscapes surrounding the lodge.

Things to Do

Activity inclusions vary by rate type and package. Please inquire with the lodge when requesting your reservation.

  • Jungle Hikes and Walks
  • Jungle Night Hikes
  • Motorized Canoe Excursions
  • Dugout Canoeing
  • Canopy Walks
  • Bird-watching
  • Native Farm and Botanical Garden Tours
  • Chocolate-making Classes

Food and Drink

The lodge's dining and bar area are screened in but open to the outdoors, allowing guests to feel immersed in the jungle even while relaxing and socializing. Chefs prepare Peruvian fare using locally sourced, organic ingredients, and dishes are spiced with special seasonings to exhibit the unique flavors of the region. Teatime and cocktail hour are a daily ritual—an opportunity for guests to share stories from the day’s adventures.

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