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EcoTourism: The Best Ecolodges in Peru for 2017

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Updated: 16 August 2017
Peru has some of the best ecotourism options available in South America. Due to the country’s unique landscape – the Andes mountains, Amazon, beach and deserts – Peru’s ecolodges come in all shapes and sizes, each microclimate dictating the type of ecolodge experience you will have. No matter where you stay, it is sure to be unique. Here are some of Peru’s most unforgettable ecolodges.
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Eco Quechua Lodge

Almost everywhere in this lodge will guarantee beautiful views – be it mountains, a river or the jungle. Probably the most attractive characteristic of the lodge is its proximity to Machu Picchu, only an hour away. “Superior rooms” include a private bathroom, heated shower, private terrace, bathrobes and a safe. They offer trips to Machu Picchu, the Scared Valley, bird tours and a visit to hot springs.

Saucepampa, Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa 084, Peru

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Maniti Eco-Lodge

Maniti Eco-lodge is located in Iquitos, Peru, a city in the northern part of the Amazon. Its carefully designed to offer comfort to travelers while also preserving the surrounding rainforest. The private bungalows are constructed entirely of secondary growth rainforest materials that blend in with the landscape of the jungle, so much so that you just might miss it! The lodge has a resolutely rustic vibe – there’s no internet, limited electricity (from 6-9pm) and no air conditioning – but you don’t head to the middle of the Amazon jungle for those amenities, you do it for the experience and the escape. One of the best things about the the Maniti lodge are the extensive tours and trips that they offer throughout the Amazon.

Huallaga 210, Iquitos, Peru +51 1 7070441

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EcoAmazonia Lodge

EcoAmazonia Lodge is located in the jungle two hours from Puerto Maldonado via the Madre de Dios River. Due to the lodge’s remote location, you’ll get a chance to experience the spectacular biodiversity of the area. If you have the urge to explore the jungle, they have plenty of tours available that offer visitors glimpses of rare Amazon animals. When you aren’t exploring the wonders of the Amazon, you can take a dip in their indoor pool or relax in their collection of hammocks that overlook the river.

26 De Diciembre 435, Puerto Maldonado, Peru +51 1 2422708

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Amazon Garden Eco Lodge

Located outside of the Amazon city of Iquitos, the Amazon Garden Eco Lodge is committed to helping visitors enjoy a unique experience in the Amazon rainforest, while highlighting the environment and its importance to both local communities and the world. The facilities are excellent with beautiful, luxurious rooms, plenty of space and a restaurant offering delicious food. With numerous activities in the the jungle and interactions with local communities, there is always something to do.

Rio Momón, Iquitos, Peru +51 65 233410

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Eco-Fundo La Caprichosa

Located in the hills of Mancora, La Caprichosa offers visitors an exclusive, relaxing experience while also being close enough to Mancora to be able to go out and party at night. The eco-lodge offers visitors a little bit of everything, giving adrenaline junkies a chance to try four zip-lines with a total of 1600 meters of line, a rope circuit of six different routes (trapezes, bridges, cables and networks) on poles at a height of 10 meters and a rock climbing wall. With Mancora and the beach only a short ride away and plenty of adrenaline-spiking fun on the property, this eco-lodge is sure to entertain.

Máncora District, Peru

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Casa Colibri Eco-lodge

Casa Colibri, located in the Sacred Valley, wants to stay as true to Andean philosophy and tradition as possible. “Humankind was seen as an integral part of nature, and the behavior of human beings was seen as governed by ‘natural laws’, based upon respect for all living things and their environment,” says their website, referring to Incan philosophy, which they aim to replicate in the design of their eco-lodge. With their attractive adobe built houses and lush gardens, the property reflects a deep respect and appreciation for nature that every guest will enjoy.

Chac-Huar s/n, Urubamba, Peru +51 84 205003

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Apu EcoLodge

Apu has different accommodation options from private rooms for you and your partner to shared rooms for larger groups. The common area consists of a shared garden, terrace and lounge, a children’s playground and barbecue facilities. The food might be the highlight of the experience with everything at the restaurant being grown in their very own garden. The atmosphere is very friendly with ducks, dogs, chickens and rabbits all hanging out together.

Caraz, Peru +51 995 194 288