Inkaterra wins global conservation award

Decades of rainforest protection and biodiversity research were recognised this week when Peru’s Inkaterra was named winner of the 2012 Tourism for Tomorrow Conservation award.


The award goes to tourism organisations that have made a major contribution to the preservation of wildlife and natural habitats.

Inkaterra’s research work since the Seventies has set scientific base lines for many species of plants, amphibians and birds in the Amazon Basin and high altitude cloud forests.

It runs five hotels in the rainforest and in Machu Picchu.


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