Lovebirds: A Guide to Exploring Peru as a Two

In the aftermath of Valentine’s Day, we at Inkaterra are continuing to spread the love with our top suggestions for couples visiting Peru.

Spend the night in one of the most special and intimate places in the world: the Canopy Tree House at Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica, with only the hubbub of the neighbouring jungle wildlife for company. Dinner is served on a platform by a butler, and otherwise guests are left alone to fully appreciate being at one with nature and each other. Lovebirds wake up to birdsong whilst nestled in their bespoke wooden cabaña, 98ft above the ground.


Stay in the mystical Andean Cloud Forest at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, neighbour to one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Indulge together at the UNU Spa, sampling their treatment menu which marries classic nurturing with a traditional Peruvian approach. Couples can visit the recently-launched Inkaterra wine cellar, home to more than 90 wine labels. The Chef’s Table is an intimate experience whereby the hotel chef prepares fresh cuisine in front of guests, served by a private butler, while wine aficionados can learn about the diverse smells and flavours of the wines from the hotel’s Sommelier.

Embark on the Twilight Mountain excursion; a romantic sunset walk from Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba, gandering through the wild trails together and experiencing the Sacred Valley of the Incas as day becomes night. The hotel is a colonial-style property nestled in the heart of the rolling hills and mountains, ideal for an idyllic and quiet retreat away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

To find out more about these Inkaterra properties and ways to enjoy each other’s company in a novel Peruvian setting, click here.


Lovebirds: A Guide to Exploring Peru as a Two