Posada Amazonas sits within the 2,000 hectare, private territory of the Infierno Community. This was a pioneering eco-tourism project that has received support from Conservation International, and the lodge is managed in a low impact manner along with the local community to create a model of sustainable tourism. Its architecture features an eclectic blend of traditional native materials and modern eco-lodge technology. All rooms have private baths; decor is fairly utilitarian and the emphasis is on experiencing the rainforest, not on creature comforts. Bas-relief wood-carvings representing stories and characters from Ese-eja traditions decorate its 30 rooms. This traditional lodge is still one of the very top in the Peruvian Amazon.