Hotel Cabana Quinta

Address: Jr. Moquegua 422, Puerto Maldonado, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Jr. Moquegua 422, Puerto Maldonado, is near Lago Sandoval, Jungle Nature Hikes, Butterfly Farm, and Inkaterra Ecological Reserve.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Cabana Quinta Puerto Maldonado

    Reviewed by hanspeter.bock

    Puerto Maldonado

    Reviewed May 12, 2012
    by (12 reviews) Ko Phangan , Thailand Flag of Thailand

    It was rainy time in Puerto Maldonado and I just came out of the cold in the mountains of Cusco. So i decided to take a nice hotel with a little pool to relax and get used to the tropical climate now down here in the Peruvian Amazon Basin. The town is quite, nice laying on the large Rio Madre de los Dios, surrounded of indigenous villages in the jungle.
    I liked the quit hotel, there is a big and tasty breakfast buffet, not much people on this time and the pool I shared with some kids from a Cusco Family in holiday. A good place to be and moderate price.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cabana Quinta Puerto Maldonado

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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    A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Jul 02, 2015

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    A travel blog entry by wanlessmd on May 19, 2015

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    ... great first expedition.

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