THE THREE NORTHS OF PERU, THE AMAZON, THE ANDEAN AND THE COSTA RICA, OFFER US MANY WORLDS TO KNOW, TO EXPLORE AND, OF COURSE, TO PRESERVE. IN PERU TRES NORTES, WE ARE COMMITTED TO SUSTAINABLE AND RESPECTFUL TOURISM WITH OUR NATURAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE
In 2005 we started the construction of the Pumarinri, with the idea of offering a jungle experience, in the jungle and with the people of the jungle. Until that time all the hotels in Tarapoto were in the city...
We had a privileged place, between two villages with history, Shapaja and Chasuta, on the banks of the Huallaga and guarded by the Blue and Escalera mountain ranges. After fifteen years, we are proud to have offered this experience to visitors from Peru and around the world, and to have been pioneers in the promotion of ecotourism and the integration of native communities in this activity.
We work closely with the neighboring communities of Chasuta and Shapaja, and especially with the Quechua native community of Mushuk Lamas. We have encouraged the installation of solar energy in this community and encouraged its participation in ecotourism activities, such as management and guidance in the Pucayaquillo waterfalls. These communities are the suppliers of many of the inputs we use in the Pumarinri, from the agricultural products used in our kitchen to the palm roofs of our buildings.
At Pumarinri Amazon Lodge we are proud to have the seal of the German certifier TourCert, which demonstrates our good practices of environmental sustainability and social responsibility. We have placed special emphasis on the rational use of water and electricity, the reduction in the use of plastics, especially those for single use, the rotation of sheets and towels appealing to the sensitivity of the guest and respect for the native flora and fauna.
PERÚ TRES NORTES
Perú Tres Nortes is a pioneer proposal in the integration of the main tourist destinations in northern Peru. It currently has three hotels, Pumarinri Amazon Lodge (2006) and Tucán Suites (2012) in the Amazon; and Gocta Andes Lodge (2009) in the Andean region of Chachapoyas.