Chalalan Amazon Lodge

4 Days - from AUD$976 / per person in double share

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Countries visited : Bolivia

TOTAL DAYS : 4 Days

STARTS IN : Rurrenabaque

ENDS IN : Rurrenabaque

Highlights : Amazon Jungle , Madidi National park

TRANSPORT : Boat , Foot

Chalalán Ecolodge is a joint ecotourism initiative of the rainforest community of San José de Uchupiamonas and Conservation International (CI) in Bolivia. Created in 1995 by a visionary group of San José villagers with a grant from the Inter-American Development Bank, the ecolodge provides employment opportunities through nature-based tourism, a much-needed economic alternative to logging.

CI’s goal at the outset of the Chalalán project was to create a viable ecotourism lodge that was wholly owned and operated by local managers and staff. To accomplish this, CI trained villagers in a broad range of activities, including marketing and management, house keeping, food preparation and how to guide tours. In February 2001, the community received full ownership of the lodge from CI. Today, 74 families receive regular direct economic benefits from employment and management of the ecolodge. They also receive indirect benefits from the sale of crafts that are made in a sustainable matter.

Chalalán ecolodge allows villagers to benefit economically from living in harmony with the forest in many ways. In addition to lodge management, for instance, villagers work in sustainable agriculture, handicraft activities and sell non-timber forest products. During their visit to Chalalán Ecolodge, ecotourists will have the opportunity to discover Madidi National Park through the eyes of the San José de Uchupiamonas community. An experience worthwhile.

TAPACARE PROGRAM (3DAYS/2NIGHTS)

Day 0: La Paz – Rurrenabaque
Flight from La Paz (El Alto International Airport) to Rurrenabaque (50 minutes). The flight is a fabulous opportunity to see the Andes Mountain Range and a panoramic view of the Amazon rivers and forests. Our staff will be waiting at Rurrenabaque airport to transfer you, by bus, to the Chalalán office, where you will fill in the forms to enter Madidi National Park and receive information about your trip to the Ecolodge. We will recommend accommodation in a tourist class hotel. Afternoon free in Rurrenabaque.

Day 1: Rurrenabaque – Chalalán Ecolodge
A guide will pick you up at the hotel to take you to the River Beni where you will get on the boat for Chalalán. Our boats are equipped with: a roof, comfy seats, life jackets, raincoats and a first-aid kit. The maximum seated capacity on the boats is 10 people.

Travel by motor boat to the Chalalán Ecolodge. The trip is a great way of seeing the Bala Canyon around the River Beni. The Madidi NP is accessed by going up the River Tuichi. On your way you’ll see different animals and get a feel for the spectacular landscape of the Bolivian Amazon. We recommend you take binoculars. The trip takes around 5½ hours during the rainy season and 6 hours in the dry season, mainly in July, August and September. Packed lunch midway.

Arrival at the port of Chalalán. 25 minute walk to the Ecolodge along a wide, easy, jaguar path. Welcome snack on the shores of Lake Chalalán. Our logistics staff will help you with your luggage. Time to settle in at your cabin or room.
Welcome lunch in the Ecolodge. After lunch relax in a hammock or swim in Lake Chalalán.

Short walk along one of the theme paths to learn about medicinal plants and more about personal interests. Return to the Ecolodge and choose from the following optional activities: Handicrafts, canoe trip, videos about the community and the Madidi National Park. Dinner in the Ecolodge dining room.

Short night walk along the Paraba or Silbador path to see amphibians, reptiles, insects, tarantulas, rodents, birds and nocturnal monkeys. This is a great chance to hear the sounds of the jungle.

Day 2: Chalalán Ecolodge – Madidi National Park
Buffet breakfast in Ecolodge dining room. You can talk to your guide about changing the time depending on your interests. (e.g. breakfast at 5:30 am for birdwatchers.)

Morning walk along the Tapacare path or another of similar length where you can see and learn about the forest and the wildlife surrounding you. Optional themes: natural interpretation of the forest, natural history, ecological processes, medicinal plants and hardwood trees, animal behavior and bird and mammal watching. Return to the lodge, have a snack.

Lunch in the Ecolodge dining room. After lunch, relax in a hammock or swim in Lake Chalalán. You will coordinate optional activities with your guide.
Short walk along the Paraba path to the viewing point where you can see the beautiful landscape across Lake Chalalán, the mountains and the Madidi rainforest. Your guide will explain about the plants used for building – both hardwoods and palms – and the traditional and sustainable use of natural resources. Here your guide will talk about the park, our Ecolodge and the community. You return to the lake to go on a canoe trip along the shores of Lake Chalalán where you will be able to enjoy the sunset and see monkeys, birds, insects, bats, etc. Return to the Ecolodge for a snack

Traditional “dunucuabi” dinner of catfish wrapped in leaves or fish á la “tacuara” inside bamboo from the Bolivian Amazon. *This traditional dinner depends on the availability of the fish and may be offered any night during your stay.
Short night-time activity (1 to 2 hours). Night trip by canoe to see amphibians, nocturnal birds, fish-eating bats and caimans easily spotted because of their glowing eyes.

Upon your return to the Ecolodge you can take part in a traditional Quechua – Tacana night with music and dances from the San José de Uchupiamonas community. Your guide will explain the traditions of the Uchupiamonas people. *This activity will depend on the number of guests staying at the Ecolodge and may be offered any night during your stay.

Day 3: Chalalán Ecolodge – Rurrenabaque – La Paz
Buffet breakfast in Ecolodge dining room and then a short walk to spot wildlife.
Lunch time:11:00 A.M.

Last walk to the river Tuíchi to take the boat back to Rurrenabaque. The return walk along the Jaguar or Wichi path can be modified to accommodate your interests. Please coordinate with your guide.

Return by boat to Rurrenabaque (only 3 hours). The time is subject to the availability of boats and flights. We recommend you are alert during the boat trip in order that you can make the most of your last chance to see the animals.
Arrive at Rurrenabaque. Transfer to airport and return to the city of La Paz.
NB: All of the walks described above are rated as easy. The activities and times may change depending on the weather, the interests of our guests or other factors.

ESLABON PROGRAM (4DAYS/3NIGHTS)

Day 0: La Paz – Rurrenabaque
Flight from La Paz (El Alto International Airport) to Rurrenabaque (50 minutes). The flight is a fabulous opportunity to see the Andes Mountain Range and a panoramic view of the Amazon rivers and forests. Our staff will be waiting at Rurrenabaque airport to transfer you, by bus, to the Chalalán office, where you will fill in the forms to enter Madidi National Park and receive information about your trip to the Ecolodge. We will recommend accommodation in a tourist class hotel. Afternoon free in Rurrenabaque.

Day 1: Rurrenabaque – Chalalán Ecolodge
Continental breakfast at the hotel. Please coordinate with your guide.
A guide will pick you up at the hotel to take you to the River Beni where you will get on the boat for Chalalán. Our boats are equipped with: a roof, comfy seats, life jackets, raincoats and a first-aid kit. The maximum seated capacity on the boats is 10 people.

Travel by motor boat to the Chalalán Ecolodge. The trip is a great way of seeing the Bala Canyon around the River Beni. The Madidi NP is accessed by going up the River Tuichi. On your way you’ll see different animals and get a feel for the spectacular landscape of the Bolivian Amazon. We recommend you take binoculars. The trip takes around 5½ hours during the rainy season and 6 hours in the dry season, mainly in July, August and September. Packed lunch midway.

Arrival at the port of Chalalán. 25 minute walk to the Ecolodge along a wide, easy jaguar path. Welcome snack on the shores of Lake Chalalán. Our logistics staff will help you with your luggage. Time to settle in at your cabin or room.
Welcome lunch in the Ecolodge dining room. After lunch relax in a hammock or swim in Lake Chalalán.

Short walk along one of the theme paths to learn about medicinal plants and learn more about personal interests. Return to the Ecolodge and choose from the following optional activities: handicrafts, canoe trip, swimming in the Lake, videos about the community and the Madidi National Park. Dinner in the Ecolodge dining room.

Short night walk along the Paraba or Silbador path to see amphibians, reptiles, insects, tarantulas, rodents, birds and nocturnal monkeys. This is a great chance to hear the sounds of the jungle.

Day 2: Chalalán Ecolodge – Madidi National Park
Buffet breakfast in Ecolodge dining room. You can talk to your guide about changing the time depending on your interests. (e.g. breakfast at 5:30 am for birdwatchers.)

Morning walk along the Tapacare path where you can see and learn about the forest and wildlife. Optional topics: natural forest interpretation, wildlife behavior and bird and mammal watching. Cultural and historical themes. Return to the Ecolodge and snack.

Lunch in the Ecolodge dining room. After lunch relax in a hammock or swim in Lake Chalalán. Please cordinate with your guide.

Short walk along the Paraba path to the viewing point where you can see the beautiful landscape across Lake Chalalán, the mountains and the Madidi rainforest. Your guide will explain about the plants used for building – both hardwoods and palms – and the traditional and sustainable use of natural resources. Here your guide will talk about the park, our Ecolodge and the community. You return to the lake to go on a canoe trip along the shores of Lake Chalalán where you will be able to enjoy the sunset and see monkeys, birds, insects, bats, etc. Return to the Ecolodge for a snack. Dinner in the lodge dining room. Short night walk along the Paraba or Silbador path.

Day 3: Chalalán Ecolodge – Madidi National Park
Buffet breakfast in Ecolodge dining room. You may talk to your guide about changing the time depending on your interests. (e.g. Breakfast at 5:30 am for birdwatchers, long walks, etc.)

Full-day walk (6 hours) along the Anta, Wabucuro and Marimono paths to the River Eslabón. This walk includes something for everyone: animal watching, ecological processes, different habitats in primary forest and finally the chance to fish and swim in the natural river pools, mainly in the dry season. The Eslabón region is an ideal place to learn about the history of the area. Pack lunch and snack at the Eslabón Camp. The walk is easy and is within the capability of all visitors. There is ample opportunity to see wildlife – spider monkeys, tapirs, deer, and wild boar and maybe catch a glimpse of a jaguar.

Optional Activity Day 3(lake Santa Rosa): This activity consists of hiking one way and boating the other way to/from lake Santa Rosa (the order of the hike and boat will depend on transport schedule to/from Rurrenabaque) The hike takes about 4 hrs.30 min. through pristine rainforest with high presence of forest mammals. Along the trail, you will be able to visit a “clay lick”, point of attraction for herbivorous and frugivorous. Box lunch in Santa Rosa lake shore, one of the wildest and most beautiful landscapes of the region. Canoe trip and piranha sport fishing in the lake. Shores are ideal for birds, specially macaws, and monkeys watching. The motor boat trip takes about 25 min.

Snack in the Ecolodge dining room. Later relax or swim in Lake Chalalán.
Traditional “dunucuabi” dinner of catfish wrapped in leaves or fish á la “tacuara” inside bamboo from the Bolivian Amazon. *This traditional dinner depends on the availability of the fish.
After dinner there is an optional canoe trip on the Chalalán Lagoon to see amphibians, nocturnal birds and alligators, which can be easily seen because of their glowing eyes. On a clear night this is ideal opportunity for stargazing.
Upon your return to the Ecolodge you can take part in a traditional Quechua – Tacana night with music and dances from the San José de Uchupiamonas community. Your guide will explain the traditions of the Uchupiamonas people. *This activity will depend on the number of guests staying at the Ecolodge and may be offered any night during your stay.

Day 4: Chalalán Ecolodge – Rurrenabaque – La Paz
Buffet breakfast in Ecolodge dining room and then walk to the river Tuíchi to take the boat back to Rurrenabaque. The return walk along the Jaguar or Wichi path can be modified to accommodate your interests. Please coordinate with your guide.
Return by boat to Rurrenabaque (only 3 hours). The time is subject to the availability of the boats and flight times. We recommend you are alert during the boat trip to make the most of your last chance to see the animals.
Arrive at Rurrenabaque. Transfer to airport and return to the city of La Paz.

NB: All of the walks described above are rated as easy. The activities and times may change depending on the weather, the interests of our guests or other factors.

PENENA PROGRAM (5DAYS / 4NIGHTS)

Day 0: La Paz – Rurrenabaque
Flight from La Paz (El Alto International Airport) to Rurrenabaque (50 minutes). The flight is a fabulous opportunity to see the Andes Mountain Range and a panoramic view of the Amazon rivers and forests. Our staff will be waiting at Rurrenabaque airport to transfer you, by bus, to the Chalalán office, where you will fill in the forms to enter Madidi National Park and receive information about your trip to the Ecolodge. We will recommend accommodation in a tourist class hotel. Afternoon free in Rurrenabaque.

Day 1: Rurrenabaque – Chalalán Ecolodge
A guide will pick you up at the hotel to take you to the River Beni where you will get on the boat to Chalalán. Our boats are equipped with: a roof, comfy seats, life jackets, raincoats and a first-aid kit. The maximum seated capacity on the boats is 10 people.

Travel by motor boat to the Chalalán Ecolodge. The trip is a great way of seeing the Bala Canyon around the River Beni. The Madidi NP is accessed by going up the River Tuichi. On your way you’ll see different animals and get a feel for the spectacular landscape of the Bolivian Amazon. We recommend you take binoculars. The trip takes around 5½ hours during the rainy season and 6 hours in the dry season, mainly in July, August and September.
Packed lunch midway.

Arrival at the port of Chalalán. 25 minute walk to the Ecolodge along a wide, easy jaguar path. Welcome snack on the shores of Lake Chalalán. Our logistics staff will help you with your luggage. Time to settle in at your cabin or room.
Welcome lunch in the Ecolodge dining room. After lunch relax in a hammock or swim in Lake Chalalán.

Short walk along one of the theme paths to learn about medicinal plants and learn more about personal interests. Return to the Ecolodge and choose from the following optional activities: handicrafts, canoe trip, swimming in the Lake, videos about the community and the Madidi National Park. Dinner in the Ecolodge dining room.

Short night walk along the Paraba or Silbador path to see amphibians, reptiles, insects, tarantulas, rodents, birds and nocturnal monkeys. This is a great chance to hear the sounds of the jungle at night.

Day 2: Chalalán Ecolodge – Madidi National Park
Buffet breakfast in Ecolodge dining room. You can talk to your guide about changing the time depending on your interests. (e.g. breakfast at 5:30 am for birdwatchers.)

Morning walk along the Tapacare path where you can see and learn about the forest and wildlife. Optional topics: natural forest interpretation, wildlife behavior and bird and mammal watching. Cultural and historical themes. Return to the Ecolodge and snack.

Lunch in the Ecolodge dining room. After lunch relax in a hammock or swim in Lake Chalalán. Optional activities please coordinate with your guide.
Short walk along the Paraba path to the viewing point where you can see the beautiful landscape across Lake Chalalán, the mountains and the Madidi rainforest. Your guide will explain about the plants used for building – both hardwoods and palms – and the traditional and sustainable use of natural resources. Here your guide will talk about the park, our Ecolodge and the community. You return to the lake to go on a canoe trip along the shores of Lake Chalalán where you will be able to enjoy the sunset and see monkeys, birds, insects, bats, etc. Return to the Ecolodge for a snack

Dinner in the Ecolodge dining room. Short night walk along the Paraba or Silbador path or canoe trip.

Day 3: Chalalán Ecolodge – Madidi National Park
Buffet breakfast in Ecolodge dining room. You can talk to your guide about changing the time depending on your interests. (e.g. breakfast at 5:30 am for birdwatchers, long walks, etc.)

A 5 hour walk along the Silbador, Huaso and Penena path to the Penena clay lick. This is a special area of the tropical forest where the animals come to feed on the mineral-rich mud. Penena is a fantastic place to see wildlife and talk about animal behavior and about the ecological processes in the different habitats of primary forest. Packed lunch and snack included. Return by boat along the River Tuichi and short walk to the Ecolodge along the Jaguar path. NB: You can also do the trip to the Saltlick by boat and return on foot.

Optional Activity Day 3(lake Santa Rosa): This activity consists of hiking one way and boating the other way to/from lake Santa Rosa (the order of the hike and boat will depend on transport schedule to/from Rurrenabaque) The hike takes about 4 hrs.30 min. through pristine rainforest with high presence of forest mammals. Along the trail, you will be able to visit a clay lick, attraction for herbivorous and frugivorous. Box lunch in Santa Rosa lake shore, one of the wildest and most beautiful landscapes of the region. Canoe trip and piranha sport fishing in the lake. Shores are ideal for birds, specially macaws, and monkeys watching. The motor boat trip takes about 25 min.

Snack in the Ecolodge dining room. Relax or swim in Lake Chalalán.
Dinner in the Ecolodge dining room. After dinner you can go on an optional canoe trip on the Chalalán Lagoon to see amphibians, nocturnal birds and alligators, which are easily seen because of their glowing eyes. On a clear night this is an ideal opportunity for stargazing.

Day 4: Chalalán Ecolodge – Madidi National Park
Buffet breakfast in Ecolodge dining room. You can talk to your guide about changing the time depending on your interests. (e.g. breakfast at 5:30 am for birdwatchers, long walks, etc.)

Short or long walk (at your decision) towards the river Raya Mayu or the river Eslabón. This can be changed depending on the interests of our guests towards our themed paths. This walk includes something for everyone: animal watching, ecological processes, different habitats in primary forest and finally the chance to fish for piranhas in the River Raya Mayu. Box lunch along the way or lunch at the Ecolodge. The paths around Chalalán are easy and can be done by all visitors. There is ample opportunity to see wildlife – spider monkeys, tapirs, deer, and wild boar and maybe catch a glimpse of a jaguar.

Snack in the Ecolodge dining room. Relax or swim in Lake Chalalán.
Traditional “dunucuabi” dinner of catfish wrapped in leaves or fish á la “tacuara” inside bamboo from the Bolivian Amazon. *This traditional dinner depends on the availability of the fish

After dinner you can go on an optional canoe trip on the Chalalán Lagoon to see amphibians, nocturnal birds and alligators, which are easily seen because of their glowing eye. Upon your return to the Ecolodge you can take part in a traditional Quechua – Tacana night with music and dances from the San José de Uchupiamonas community. Your guide will explain the traditions of the Uchupiamonas people. *This activity will depend on the number of guests staying at the Ecolodge and may be offered any night during your stay.

Day 5: Chalalán – Rurrenabaque
Buffet breakfast in the lodge dining room and then walk to the river Tuíchi to take the boat back to Rurrenabaque. The return walk along the Jaguar or Wichi path can be modified to accommodate your interests. Please coordinate with your guide.

Return by boat to Rurrenabaque (only 3 hours). The time is subject to the availability of the boats and flight times. We recommend you are alert during the boat trip to make the most of your last chance to see the animals.
Arrive at Rurrenabaque. Transfer to airport and return to the city of La Paz. Please coordinate with your guide.

NB: All of the walks described above are rated as easy. The activities and times may change depending on the weather, the interests of our guests or other factors.

SAN JOSÉ DE UCHUPIAMONAS PROGRAM (6DAYS/5NIGHTS)

Day 0: La Paz – Rurrenabaque.
Flight from La Paz to Rurrenabaque (50 minutes). Our staff will be waiting at the Rurrenabaque airport to transfer, by bus, to the Chalalán office, where you will fill in the forms to enter the Madidi National Park and receive information about your trip to the Ecolodge. We will recommend accommodation in a tourist class hotel. Afternoon free in Rurrenabaque.

Day 1: Rurrenabaque – Chalalán Ecolodge
Transfer from the hotel to the river Beni to take a boat to Chalalán.
Boat trip to the Chalalán Ecolodge (6 hours) up the rivers Beni and Tuíchi. Our boats are equipped with: a roof, comfy seats, life jackets, raincoats and a first-aid kit. Packed lunch midway.

Arrival at the port of Chalalán. 25 minute walk to the Ecolodge. The staff will help you with your luggage. Time to settle in at your cabin or room.
Welcome lunch in the Ecolodge. Time to rest or swim in the lagoon.
A short walk through the jungle on the themed paths to see and learn about the forest and the wildlife. Choose from: natural interpretation of the forest, natural history, ecological processes, medicinal plants and hardwood trees, animal behavior and bird watching. Dinner in the Ecolodge dining room.
Night hike to see insects, tarantulas, amphibians, mice, and nocturnal birds and monkeys.

Day 2: Chalalán Ecolodge – Madidi National Park
Buffet breakfast in Ecolodge dining room.
Morning walk along the Tapacare path or another of similar length where you can see and learn about the forest and the wildlife surrounding you. Optional themes: natural interpretation of the forest, natural history, ecological processes, medicinal plants and hardwood trees, animal behavior and bird and mammal watching. Return to the lodge, have a snack.

Lunch in the Ecolodge dining room. Time to rest or swim in the lagoon. Please coordinate with your guide.

Short walk along the Paraba path to the viewing point where you can see the beautiful landscape across Lake Chalalán, the mountains and the Madidi rainforest. Your guide will explain about the plants used for building – both hardwoods and palms – and the traditional and sustainable use of natural resources. Here your guide will talk about the park, our Ecolodge and the community. You return to the lake to go on a canoe trip along the shores of Lake Chalalán where you will be able to enjoy the sunset and see monkeys, birds, insects, bats, etc. Return to the Ecolodge for a snack.

Optional Activities:

An afternoon of handicrafts.
Trips on the lagoon by canoe.
Videos about the community and the Madidi National Park.
Dinner in the Ecolodge dining room.
Night hike to see insects, tarantulas, amphibians, mice, and nocturnal birds and monkeys.

Day 3: Chalalán Ecolodge – San José de Uchupiamonas – Chalalán Ecolodge
Buffet breakfast in the Ecolodge dining room.
A 5 hour walk along the Silbador, Huaso and Penena path to the Penena Saltlick. This is a special area of the tropical forest where the animals come to feed on the mineral-rich mud. Penena is a fantastic place to see wildlife and talk about animal behavior and about the ecological processes in the different habitats of primary forest. Packed lunch and snack included. Return by boat along the River Tuichi and short walk to the Ecolodge along the Jaguar path. NB: You can also do the trip to the Saltlick by boat and return on foot.

Optional Activity Day 3(lake Santa Rosa): This activity consists of hiking one way and boating the other way to/from lake Santa Rosa (the order of the hike and boat will depend on transport schedule to/from Rurrenabaque) The hike takes about 4 hrs.30 min. through pristine rainforest with high presence of forest mammals. Along the trail, you will be able to visit a “clay lick”, point of attraction for herbivorous and frugivorous. Box lunch in Santa Rosa lake shore, one of the wildest and most beautiful landscapes of the region. Canoe trip and piranha sport fishing in the lake. Shores are ideal for birds, specially macaws and monkeys watching. The motor boat trip takes about 25 min.
Dinner in the lodge dining room

After dinner you can go on an optional canoe trip on the Chalalán Lagoon to see amphibians, nocturnal birds and alligators, which are easily seen because of their glowing eye, or a short night walk.

Day 4: Chalalán Ecolodge – Rurrenabaque – La Paz
Buffet breakfast in the Ecolodge dining room.
Walk (4 hours) along the Silbador, Mutun and Anta paths to the River Rayamayu. This walk includes something for everyone: animal watching, ecological processes, different habitats in primary forest and finally the chance to fish piranhas in the natural river pools.
After resting, walk back to the lodge.
Lunch in the lodge dining room
During the afternoon: a video about the community and Uchupiamonas territory history will be displayed, to learn about the life style of the Amazon indigenous people. Depending on time availability, you may have the opportunity to elaborate some crafts as forest seeds rings and necklaces, helped by your guide.
Dinner in the lodge dining room

Day 5
Buffet breakfast in the lodge dining room
Short walk to the River Tuíchi to take the boat.
Boat trip to the community of San José de Uchupiamonas (3 hours up the River Tuíchi).
Arrive at the port of San José de Uchupiamonas. A 30 minute walk to the community.

Arrive at San José de Uchupiamonas. Here you will be received by a local band, a traditional drink and a welcome to the community by a local authority.
Lunch in the community.

Walk through the community and visit the artisans to learn about how local handicrafts are made. (Word carvings, basketwork, recycled paper cards, textiles and cotton fabrics).Visit to traditional crops and the local school.
Short walk to the River Tuíchi to take the boat back to the Ecolodge.

Arrival at the port of Chalalán, a short walk back to the Ecolodge.
Traditional “dunucuabi” dinner of catfish wrapped in leaves or fish a la “tacuara”.
Traditional Quechua – Tacana night with music and dances from the San José de Uchupiamonas community.

Day 6
Buffet breakfast in the lodge dining room and then a short walk to the river Tuíchi to take the boat back to Rurrenabaque. The return walk along the Jaguar or Wichi path can be modified to accommodate your interests. Please coordinate with your guide.

Return by boat to Rurrenabaque (only 3 hours). The time is subject to the availability of the boats and flight times. We recommend you are alert during the boat trip to make the most of your last chance to see the animals.

Arrive at Rurrenabaque. Transfer to airport and return to the city of La Paz.
NB: The times can be changed as guests wish or because of the weather, flight delays, etc.


PRICES

Tapacare Program - 3 Days with private facilities

Join in Category Single Double Triple
Rurrenabaque Lodge On request AUD$753 AUD$753

Eslabon Program - 4 Days with private facilities

Join in Category Single Double Triple
Rurrenabaque in Lodge On request AUD$976 AUD$976

Penena Program 5 Days with private facilities

Join in Category Single Double Triple
Rurrenabaque Lodge On request AUD$1181 AUD$1181

San Jose Program - 6 Days

Join in Category Single Double Triple
Rurrenabaque Lodge On request AUD$1523 AUD$1523

Prices per person in AU$. Not valid during local public holidays and special events.
All prices are as a guide only, please check with us for the latest prices.

Included:

  • Transfer IN/OUT at Reyes or Rurrenabaque Airport
  • Accommodation in twin or double beds and private facilities
  • Overnight at hotel in Rurrenabaque
  • Full board at Chalalan Ecolodge

Not included:

  • Airport taxes
  • Meals at hotel in Rurrenabaque
  • Air Tkts La Paz/Rurrenabaque/La Paz, approx AU$300 per person
  • Entrance fee to Madidi National Park, US$14 per person
  • Bottled drinks or alcoholic drinks

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