Corto Maltes Amazonia Lodge

Corto Maltes Amazonia Lodge is a comfortable, rustic lodge located on the banks of the Madre de Dios River next to the Tambopata National Reserve, part of the Amazon, in southeastern Peru.

Accommodation consists of bungalows that are divided into rooms for single, double or triple occupancy. There is also a two-storey bungalow which has four rooms. All bungalows have private bathrooms with hot water and private terraces with hammocks.

All activities and meals are included with booking prices. Tours are guided by English, Spanish or French-speaking guides.

Guides will take you on excursions to Sandoval Lake and Taricaya Ecological Reserve, where you will visit an animal rescue center and one of the tallest tree top canopy walks in South America. Other excursions included are caiman searches, parrot licks and a visit to a native Amazon community. Activities with a surcharge include ayahuasca ceremonies.

The lodge has an outdoor pool and a terrace bar serving a variety of drinks, such as cocktails. The bar also has a pool table and games.

Corto Maltes Amazonía Lodge is located 45 minutes from Puerto Maldonado airport – 15 minutes by land and 30 minutes by boat – and is near Sandoval Lake.

Facilities and Activities at Corto Maltes Amazonia Lodge


  • All activities and meals included with your booking
  • Electricity twice a day
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • English, Spanish, French, German and Italian spoken
  • Restaurant caters for any dietary requirements
  • Bar with games and a pool table
  • Spa for massages
  • Gift shop
  • TV room
  • Free transfers from and to airport
  • Luggage storage
  • Self-service tea and coffee

Services with a surcharge

  • Massages
  • Ayahuasca ceremonies

Room facilities

  • Private bathrooms with hot water and terraces
  • Battery LED lights for when there is no electricity
  • Free toiletries
  • Lock safe

Outdoor facilities

  • Swimming pool with terrace bar

Activities (all included with booking)

  • Sandoval Lake
  • Taricaya Ecological Reserve
  • Caiman searches
  • Parrot licks
  • Visit to a native community