Peru’s jungle treehouses

For those with a head for heights, who wish to spend a night perched up in the forest with monkeys and sloths, the Canopy Tree House is for you. Nearly 30m above ground this is a really exclusive hideaway, connected by suspension bridge to a walkway through the Amazon trees. Nowhere else will you get the macaws-eye sights and intense sounds, which will give the dawn chorus a new meaning. The mod-cons include twin beds, mosquito nets and a portable toilet but with an additional touch of luxury: a butler on call to bring snacks and chilled drinks. The tree house is an addition to the large and most luxurious Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Lodge, which is accessed from Puerto Maldonado in Peru. Inkaterra have shown that eco-tourism can still be comfortable and responsible.

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