Peru’s Inkaterra: Helping save the Amazon through sustainable landscape corridors while pushing the boundaries of eco-friendly luxury hotels
José Koechlin, Gabriel Meseth, Communications and Public Relations Specialist | 21 Dec 17
Since natural resources are capital goods, conservation shouldn’t be considered as an expense but an investment, write José Koechlin and Gabriel Meseth, who run Inkaterra in Peru, one of the world’s great ecotourism success stories. In this special report to The Hotel Yearbook, they update us on their activities, achievements and outlook.
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Established in 1975, Inkaterra has been at the forefront of ecotourism and sustainable development in Peru. Inkaterra has spent the past four decades dedicated to authentic travel experiences, aiming to preserve biodiversity and local cultures. Its sustainability efforts have gained them membership with diverse alliances, such as Relais & Châteaux, Virtuoso and National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World.