Inka-grammers of Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu has recently been named one of the most instagrammed destinations in the world, according to Travel Bird. The online travel company recently scoured the digital sphere for popular Instagram hashtags to pinpoint, pun intended, the most picture perfect places on the planet. Instagram is a barometer of where Millennials are travelling to. By […]


Exciting Excursions set to launch at the new Inkaterra Guide Field Station

Following on from our post last week on the opening of the Inkaterrra Guide Field Station in June, we thought we would tell you all a bit more about the exciting array of excursions that will be on offer. There will be a total of ten wildlife-focused outings available, these range from quarter and half day […]


A new addition to the Inkaterra family: The Inkaterra Guides Field Station

We are delighted to announce that there is a new addition to the Inkaterra family, The Inkaterra Guides Field Station, based near the Tambopata National Reserve. Set to open in June this year, the Guides Field Station will welcome visitors who are keen to explore the rainforest, and actively participate in various exciting conservation projects. […]


The first Momento Andes held at Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba

Artists, craftsmen and chefs such as awarded and world renowned Virgilio Martínez flocked to the Sacred Valley of the Incas this weekend for the Momento Andes event, the first of its kind in Peru. Featuring great food, music and seminars, the three-day event was held at the beautiful Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba. The occasion saw a “meeting of […]


A Few Kind Words

Last year, we spotted rare hummingbirds and spectacled bears, won travel awards and celebrated our 40th anniversary – we also launched our very own Instagram page, a platform to showcase our sustainable tourism and conservation efforts, day-to-day hotel happenings and the authentic Andean touches peppered across our properties. There’s nothing more rewarding than when our […]


Getting to know us: Marlene Soto, Sales Manager at Inkaterra

We are extremely proud that Inkaterra continues to be recognised as a pioneer in ecotourism and sustainable development in Peru, 40 years since being founded in 1975 by CEO, José Koechlin. A multitude of factors has contributed to Inkaterra’s success and a team of dedicated and passionate staff is one of the most important. We […]



The design of each Inkaterra property is a true legacy to the hotel’s surroundings, character & individuality. You may have noticed on Twitter and Instagram, that we’ve been celebrating #InkaTextiles this month, by showcasing the designs that capture the attention of our guests. Preserving the Peruvian heritage that surrounds each property is important for Inkaterra Founder and CEO, José Koechlin, and his wife, Denise Guislain, […]

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Inka Gardens

Unique flora, fauna, geographical formations and food produce make up some of the many reasons why Peru’s landscape is so fascinating and magical. At Inkaterra, we are lucky that many of our properties’ gardens are home to all of the above. Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel Named Peru’s ‘Garden of Eden’ by Condé Nast Traveller, […]

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Inkaterra celebrates 40 years of sustainable tourism with a new ruby package for guests

In celebration of our 40th anniversary this year, we have created a   ‘Ruby Package’ itinerary which showcases forty celebrated activities, across four of our properties, including: Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica, Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba and Inkaterra La Casona. The nine-day adventure will take you from the heart of the Amazon rainforest, to the […]