Do You Support Sustainable and Inclusive Development?


You’ll find a good example at Posada Amazonas

Posada Amazonas is in the Puerto Maldonado jungle; it is an enchanting project that not only offers comfortable and adventurous lodgings but also the closest contact with nature.

Posada Amazonas Lodge (Photo: Ultimate Journeys)

The lodge belongs to the Ese-Eja Native Community in Infierno and is managed in association with Rainforest Expeditions. Its location is simply magical: inside the Ese-Eja Community Reserve, adjoining the Tambopata Nature Reserve.

Tambopata River (Photo: Flickr)

There are only thirty rooms surrounded by exotic marvels; despite being close to the town of Puerto Maldonado, Posada Amazonas enables you to penetrate the jungle and carry out activities such as canopy walking, with its spectacular views from thirty meters
above the forest floor.

You can also visit ethnobotanical centers and traditional clinics run by shamans, paddleboard in the lake; take excursions to the community’s smallholdings and help with their daily work gathering food and minding their crops and animals; you can even relax in the lodge’s welfare center.

Peruvian Amazon (Photo: Pexels)

An intense and unforgettable experience in the Amazon jungle.

To learn more about this project, and tips on how to know you are staying at a community-owned lodge, click here!

Also, did you know that in Tambopata National Reserve it is possible to find one of the most beautiful lakes in the Peruvian Amazon, the Lake Sandoval? Click here to see more.

Lake Sandoval (Photo: Traveling & Living in Peru Stock)



Diego Oliver is a Peruvian writer and author whose work can be found in the travel magazine Ultimate Journeys. He loves to focus on Peruvian culture both modern and classic, traveling the country, as well as social responsibility.