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This is a joke and a waste of money the service is not there
Staff seem to be multitasking at the expense of not doing anything
Two of our group of 4 got seriously sick from the food there as well
Don’t waste your money...More
We (four in the party) stayed here at the end of our fabulous and thoroughly enjoyable two week tour of Peru. This was the poorest of the three Inkaterra Hotels we stayed at, La Casona in Cusco and Madhu Picchu Pueblo being faultless - please...More
First the good. The guides were nothing short of great, as we had private guides our whole 2 weeks in other areas of Peru, these guides were some of the best and knowledgeable. We loved the tours and did as much as 3 days would...More
We found every aspect of Inkaterra to be thoughtful, informative with a quality touch. Our guide was knowledgeable and the excursions all were well run with an emphasis on ensuring we saw and heard aspects of the jungle. All excursions are voluntary and well run....More
I visited inkaterra with my husband and parents. The inca trail and the stay at inkaterra were the most expensive parts of our trip to South America.
The setting of Inkaterra is lovely and the cabins are very comfortable. Here is a breakdown of overall...More
Thank Saloni M
Response from Ecommerce_Inkaterra, E-commerce at Inkaterra Reserva AmazonicaResponded 24 March 2018
Thank you for taking the time to share your comments with us. We want to apologize for any inconvenience caused during your stay, and we appreciate your feedback about the excursion-cooking classes- that will help us to keep improving.
Kindly accept our sincere...More
There is electricity for a hair dryer although they turn it off for a few hours in the middle of the night. Casual clothing for dinners was acceptable. There were no dress codes. There was likely an excursion for catching... More
There is electricity for a hair dryer although they turn it off for a few hours in the middle of the night. Casual clothing for dinners was acceptable. There were no dress codes. There was likely an excursion for catching piranhas but not entirely sure of that.