Expansion Plans for Inkaterra Hotels in Peru

Kuelap Peru
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Machu Picchu, Inkaterra

Savvy travelers know that Inkaterra offers some of the most remarkable and authentic stays in Peru. Devoted to environmental conservation and cultural preservation, Inkaterra is a leader in sustainable tourism. Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is a rustic-chic nature retreat, perched in the cloud forest near the Lost City of the Incas, while the Inkaterra La Casona in Cusco is the first Relais & Chateaux hotel in Peru, housed in a restored 16th century manor house.

We’re happy to hear that the company is currently expanding in Peru, with two hotels in development: one in the Sacred Valley and another on the coast in Cabo Blanco, an area known in the 1950s for its game fishing. (Ernest Hemingway stayed in the fishing village when they were filming “The Old Man in the Sea.”) What's more, Inkaterra is currently working on the protection of the marine reserve Cabo Blanco-Bank of Mancora, encouraging local fishermen on sustainable fishing methods, and aiming to create a model for sustainable tourism with recreational fishing. For more information, visit www.inkaterra.com. 

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