Inotawa Expeditions and Lodge

in Tambopata Reserve, Peru

Located deep along the Madre de Dios River, Inotawa's Amazon Lodge serves as the home base for its expeditions into the Tambopata National Reserve. You can head out on wildlife adventures to spot amazing birdlife or visit parrot clay licks, take nighttime boat ride along the river or even camp beside a pristine lake and go fishing with local villagers. All of the adventures contribute to this family-run businesses efforts to conserve the area and support their neighbors in the La Torre community.

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Connect with Nature, Active Adventure and Comfortable Stay


$170 /person/night
Approximate price for per night, including lodging and daily excursions. You must go for minimum 3D/2N experience (since there is a long boat ride to reach the lodge), which start at $340/person.


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Locally Owned Family Business

Why Lokal Recommends Inotawa Expeditions and Lodge


Family Business started in 1998| Locally Owned

A Unique Story

Inotawa is a family business run by naturalists that also develop projects with the community of the “La Torre” sector. They started operations in eco-tourism in the Tambopata national reserve (RTAMB) in 1998 by visiting the sites that can be found at the margins of the Tambopata River. These are Tres Chimbadas Lake, the La Torre Lakes, Cocococha lake, La Torre parrot clay lick, Chuncho and Colorado clay licks and El Gato creek.
In order to offer comfort to our guests during their visits they constructed inotawa lodge situated in the sector La Torre in the buffer zone of the Tambopata national reserve and surrounded by an area of private conservation (ACP) with pristine forest and natural bamboo patches that host a large variety of birds, mammals, insects and reptiles.

Community Connection

Inotawa finances, supports and advises the rural tourism project “association of inhabitants of La Torre for sustainable use and eco-tourism of the Tambopata” (AMTUSET). This association brings together the inhabitants of La Torre to help them develop sustainable travel businesses and support local livelihoods. At the moment AMTUSET manages a concession of 340 hectares of land.

Environmental Engagement

The lodge was constructed with traditional materials of the Amazon. Palm leaf thatching, timber and bamboo maintain an architecture that blends in perfectly with the surrounding nature and the gardens full of medicinal and ornamental plants. They also work closely with Universities, volunteers and other researchers to contribute to ongoing conservation efforts and environmental monitoring.


The Inotawa team will meet you at the airport to bring you to the pier in Puerto Nuevo, where you'll take a 1.5 hour boat ride down the river to reach the lodge and begin your adventure!
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