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We stayed at the lodge at the beginning of January 2017 at the start of the rainy season. The place is just amazing. It was not very crowed during our stay which was wonderful and peaceful. We saw monkeys from the walkway the first day....More
We spent 2 nights in this wonderful place. A great guide, Roni, accompanied us through the forest explaining interesting things and showing us animals and plants surrounding us. The wooden houses are so beautiful and confortable and the atmosphere is something difficult to explain, the...More
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Response from InotawaLodge, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Inotawa LodgeResponded 5 November 2017
Thank you for your review. Happy guests are our greatest reward.
I will say hello to Pedro!
All the best and safe travels
I spent 2 nights and 3 days there, although it was more like 1 full day and 2 half days due to the travel back and forth from the airport. I think 3 days 4 nights would have been better for a full experience -...More
Friend and I stayed 4 day 3 night. From the minute we were picked up at airport till being dropped off again we were greeted by friendly staff. Carlos helped us aboard the boat, handed us our lunch wrapped in a plantain leaf, along with...More
Though our flight was delayed, our Inotawa guides were waiting for us outside the small Puerto Maldonado airport. We dealt with paperwork and left behind heavy luggage at the offices and were on our way fairly speedily (though if your flight gets in earlier than...More
Response from InotawaLodge | Property representative |
We do provide shampoo and towels. Your guide will have a pair of binoculars. If you want to bring your own we recommend 8x48 or 10x48. Bigger magnification is not useful in the forest. Raincoats can be bought... More
We do provide shampoo and towels. Your guide will have a pair of binoculars. If you want to bring your own we recommend 8x48 or 10x48. Bigger magnification is not useful in the forest. Raincoats can be bought here economically. You will need to bring your own clothing!
All the best and hope to see you here soon arno