Handpicked by a Peru Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Eco Hotels in Peru'.

Peru is a country known for its stunning natural beauty and rich biodiversity. For travelers looking to immerse themselves in nature while minimizing their environmental impact, staying at an eco-friendly hotel is a great option. Luckily, Peru has a number of eco hotels that offer sustainable accommodations without compromising on comfort or luxury.

One of the best eco hotels in Peru is the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, located in the heart of the Amazon rainforest. This beautiful lodge offers guests a chance to experience the wonders of the jungle while supporting local conservation efforts. With comfortable rooms, delicious local cuisine, and a range of eco-friendly activities, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is the perfect choice for travelers looking to explore the rainforest in style.

Another fantastic eco hotel in Peru is the Colca Lodge Spa & Hot Springs, situated in the picturesque Colca Canyon. This charming hotel is committed to sustainable practices and offers guests a unique opportunity to relax in natural hot springs while taking in breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. With cozy rooms, organic meals, and a variety of wellness treatments, Colca Lodge Spa & Hot Springs is an ideal destination for eco-conscious travelers.

For those looking to explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the Sol y Luna Lodge & Spa is a top choice for eco-friendly accommodations. This luxurious hotel combines traditional Andean architecture with modern sustainability practices to create a unique and environmentally conscious experience for guests. From the beautiful gardens to the gourmet restaurant, every aspect of Sol y Luna Lodge & Spa is designed with sustainability in mind.

Whether you're exploring the Amazon rainforest, relaxing in natural hot springs, or soaking up the history of the Sacred Valley, staying at an eco hotel in Peru is a great way to support sustainable tourism while enjoying all that this beautiful country has to offer.

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Inkaterra reserva amazonica

Inkaterra reserva amazonica There are very few ecological inns that can be attributed as anecdotal history as Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica. The founder, José Koechlin von Stein, produced Werner Herzog's Peruvian films, including Fitzcarraldo (in which Klaus Kinski moves a steamboat over a mountain), and since establishing Inkaterra, he has sponsored a considerable amount of scientific research...

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Inkaterra machu picchu pueblo hotel

Inkaterra machu picchu pueblo hotel While it is true that it is not the closest hotel to the ruins of Machu Picchu, the location of the Inkaterra has another type of attraction. Around this ecological hotel of eighty-five rooms nestled in the middle of the mountain, there are about five hectares of forest, where all kinds of animals and plants, wild birds and exotic orchids are found. It is on ...

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EcoAmazonia Lodge

EcoAmazonia Lodge Visiting the Amazon is the dream of many and, to do it properly, we must generate the least possible impact and thus ensure that its attractions always remain.  EcoAmazonia Lodge The Eco Amazonia Lodge is located on the banks of the Tambopata River, in the city of Puerto Maldonado, and has 50 cabins built with materials from the area that respect the environment. El...

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La Confianza Hotel

La Confianza Hotel Imagine spending the night in cabins built in what was once an important vineyard in the Lunahuaná Valley, while listening to the music of the Cañete River and the songs of the mountain. In La Confianza, very clear sustainable tourism practices are followed, which include the exclusive use of biodegradable cleaning products, treatment and reuse of gray water, use of a clay ...

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Ecolodge Hotel

Ecolodge Hotel Located on one of the most visited beaches by surfers and tourists who enjoy a relaxed atmosphere in the middle of nature, this hotel has been built almost entirely with recycled elements.  Ecolodge Hotel Its owner, a French architect who began his life in Máncora with the El Atelier bar, built the Ecolodge in 10 months with the help of friends and neighbors. To do th...

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Urubamba Villa

Urubamba Villa The Sacred Valley area between Cusco and Machu Picchu is a spectacular first stop for those who need time to acclimatize to the altitude. There are also many things to see and do in the area that justify staying here for a few days or even a week. However, there have been very few hotels focused on meeting the demands of those tourists who wish to do more than just transit throug...

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Dco suites, lounge & spa

Dco suites, lounge & spa This content is currently not available in Spanish. The phrase “coastal Peru” isn’t one that trips effortlessly off the tongue - perhaps because Peru’s marquee charms lie inland, and perhaps because, from a sheer mileage perspective, there’s not much of it. But what little there is is nothing short of extraordinary, and DCO Suites, Lounge & Spa is perf...

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Belmond las casitas

Belmond las casitas It is not necessary to be a cartographer to realize that Orient Express hotels no longer follow the original railway line, much less. However, no one will put any fault as long as all are in the category of Las Casitas del Colca. For starters, the location is ideal. The Colca Valley is one of the wonders of the nature of Peru. In this high zone of the Andes they are found fr...

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Inkaterra la casona

Inkaterra la Casona While it is true that, at first glance, the Peruvian Andes might seem like a more backpacking adventure, La Casona is an alternative for people who want to start the Inca Trail in style. This rehabilitated Spanish colonial house, nestled in the old town of Cuzco, has become part of the Inkaterra ecological boutique hotel group.   Its eleven rooms are immense and of so...

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Belmond hotel rio sagrado

Belmond hotel rio sagrado Given the way hotels are named today, it could be assumed that 'Sacred River' is a kind of poetic exaggeration. But it turns out that the river they refer to is the Urubamba, which passes through the Sacred Valley of the Incas. So we are not talking about any sacred river or any luxury hotel. And although its construction is relatively recent, it has nothing so moderni...

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