I am planning on going to the Peruvian Amazon and I want to stay in a place somewhat comfortble but still get a unique Amazon experince. I was wondering how much wildlife is in these parts of southeastern peru and what I would probably see if I stayed in Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica? I was also wondering about the surrounding forests, I hear that they are secondary forests and are not nearly as pristine as in Manu. I was wondering if there is alot of development and clearing of the forest around Inkaterra? Also, is the waters of the madre de dios polluted which would wreck the overall experience of being in the amazon rainforest? Overall I am wondering if this area around Tambopata/Puerto Maldonado is a real Amazon experience or should I go elsewhere?