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.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cabana Quinta Puerto Maldonado

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Puerto Maldonado

    The Amazon jungle.

    A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Apr 26, 2015

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... Maldonado, the closest inhabited town to where we were going to stay. We then took a 2-3 hour boat ride down the Tambopata river. This huge body of water crosses Peru, Bolivia and eventually feeds into the Amazon river in Brazil. Our guide, Maria, told us at the start of the trip that we were likely to see some wildlife on the way to our lodge, and she wasn't wrong! We saw so many animals! Within the first hour we had spied many Cayman, and even a family ...

    Tambopata River & the Amazon Basin

    A travel blog entry by skjaer on Apr 17, 2015

    2 comments, 113 photos

    ... Cayman - a subspecies of alligator - and seeing macaws (colourful birds that mate for life), and a strange type of bird - hoatzin - that can barely fly and has chicks with claws, so is seen by some as being the missing link between birds and their ancestors, the dinosaurs. Unfortunately, we did not see any monkeys (although we were woken up one morning by an incredible racket made by howling monkeys) or other big mamals. We did see ...

    Amazing Amazon

    A travel blog entry by 7800miles on Apr 13, 2015

    18 photos

    ... br style="font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; line-height: normal;">Due to the delay we missed the afternoon program at the lodge we stayed, but we had a nice cabana with mosquito nets above the beds. It was weird at first to lay in bed with the net around us, but we didn't want any bites. We have to say, though, that we never saw a mosquito in the room in comparison to other animals. One evening after getting ready to go to bed, ...

    Rainforest expedition in the Amazon

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Apr 04, 2015

    110 photos

    ... br> Later that evening, the kids met our guide for a short night excursion around the camp. They brought flashlights, and Catherine took my rugged Olympus camera. Apparently the rainforest delivers a completely new variety of exotic animals at night. They spotted all kinds or creepy crawly insects and spiders, as well as a poisonous frog. The kids loved it.

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    Lake Titicaca and the Amazon Jungle

    A travel blog entry by selleneclark on Feb 21, 2015

    22 photos

    ... However after about 15 minutes we sort of stopped and the guy at the back of the canoe controlling the motor looked like he was having trouble. Turns out we had somehow reached the other side of the river, although we were still quite far away from the shore (the river was just very shallow at that point) and run aground. The boat was also filling up with water from the rain so our guide had started bailing us out. It was such a bizarre situation that we were ...