Gocta Andes Lodge
Gogta Andes Lodge is a small countryside hotel set in mountainous scenery with views of the Gocta Falls.
Gocta Andes Lodge has a glorious setting in mountainous landscapes close to Gocta Falls, the third tallest in Peru and one of the longest single drops in the world. From a lounger on the edge of the open-air infinity pool, you can survey the falls as they tumble over a vertiginous cliff mantled in dense bottle green vegetation. This amenable property is also a great base for a visit to the remote Chachapoyan fortress at Kuelap.
There is an easy mix of traditional country guest house and a simple, minimalist contemporary style. There are just ten guest rooms, which means you’ll get personalised attention from the staff. Well aware of the captivating landscapes around, they provide huge floor to ceiling windows, and each room has a terrace or balcony. The accommodation has its own restaurant and lounge.
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