Graeme and Janine travelled with their good friends, Tim and Sarah, on a month long adventure to Colombia and Peru earlier this year. Please see their feedback on the places and logistics of the trip below.
The Peruvian Amazon
An insider's guide to the Peruvian Amazon featuring hotels, reviews, rates and activities to do.
Tim and Sarah travelled with us to Colombia and Peru to see some of South America's more and less visited sights over a month...what a trip! Please take a look at their feedback below to get a feel for how everything went.
John and Sherry booked more than a month long trip with us starting in Peru and finishing in the eclectic Buenos Aires. It was quite a trip by the sounds of things and it all went pretty smoothly. Please read on to hear their feedback.
Heather and David travelled with us in October 2018 to Peru for their honeymoon. They visited the infamous Machu Picchu as well as the Peruvian Amazon. By all accounts they had a good trip but don't take out word for it!
Deb and Simon had a fantastic trip to South America in August 2016, coinciding with the Olympics in Rio! The highlights included Cusco, Machu Picchu and the Amazon, in addition to Rio and Buenos Aires.
Inez and Lucas took their third trip with the company, this time to Peru to discover the many wonders this excellent country has to offer such as Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca and the Amazon Rainforest. Please see their feedback below and the following photos!
First of all, we should say that we are big fans of the Inkaterra properties! Food, service and accommodation are always spot on and each property manages to retain the character of the local area.
The Peruvian Amazon
Often overlooked as far as its jungle access is concerned, Peru actually offers some of the best and easiest to access Amazon jungle experiences in South America. Below we have run through the two main areas to head for if you are looking to spend a few days in the jungle although, as a brief note, where Iquitos has become a large trading port and regional population hub, getting into untouched rainforest can take some doing. In our opinion, the lesser known and visited southern Amazon around the town of Puerto Maldonado is, arguably, more rewarding.