Madidi, in the upper Amazon basin of Bolivia, is the National Park with the highest biodiversity in the country. With ​​18,958 km2, it stretches from the Andean mountains covered with glaciers to the tropical rainforest of the Tuichi River: this paradise offers a complete and incredible jungle experience.
Located in the northern of the department of La Paz, Madidi is a world away from the chaos of the big city. This immense National Park extends from the snow-capped peaks of the Cordillera Real to the Amazon River basin, becoming one of the largest protected areas in the world.
Madidi is famous for its phenomenal life, which shelters 14% of the world’s known species, as well as a large number of mammals, reptiles, fish and insects. Visitors start the tours from Rurrenabaque city.


Bilingual Guide
All entrances and fees
Shared Service
Accommodation and meals as mentioned


Air Tickets La Paz – Rurrenabaque – La Paz
Airport tax in route Rurrenabaque – La Paz


A small daypack (different from your main bag).
Cotton pants, long-sleeve cotton shirts, sunhat or cap, t-shirt, pair of short pants, light jacket, swimwear, cotton socks, raincoat, Walking shoes, Sandals.
Sunglasses with neck cord, flashlight with batteries, camera with a waterproof cover, Sun block (factor 30 or 45 recommended), Insect repellent.

Day 1

La Paz, Rurrenabaque & Chalalan

With a transfer to El Alto airport in La Paz, you will fly to Rurrenabaque, crossing the Royal Range Mountains (1 hour).
Upon your arrival, your tour will kick off with a spectacular visit to the amazing Amazon.
Your trip will continue on to Chalalan by boat through Beni and Tuichi Rivers until Chalalan (5 – 6 hours).
Here you will walk through the tropical rainforest (30 minutes) to Chalalan Ecolodge where you will be residing.
In the afternoon, you will be taken on a guided stroll through a thematic trail and return to the lodge by canoe.
In the evening, you will be taken on a guided short walk around to look at the wild night life this include; insects, spiders, amphibians, reptiles and nocturnal birds.
Dinner will then be served at the lodge and you will have a good night sleep.
Included: Accommodation, lunch and dinner.

Day 1

Day 2

Tapacare trail (or similar) & Mirador (viewpoint)

After breakfast, you will trek the Tapacare trail (3-4 hours) through the tropical rainforest while admiring the birds and mammals, as they will make an appearance.
You will then return to the ecolodge for lunch and a short rest.
In the afternoon, you will visit El Mirador. This is a viewpoint where you will see the beautiful landscape of Chalalan Lake and Madidi National Park alongside the huge tropical jungle.
In the evening, you will be taken on a short walk to see the nocturnal wildlife.
Dinner will be served at the lodge and you are wished to good night's sleep.
Included: Accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 3

Eslabon river (Full day) & Traditional night

Today you will trek along Eslabon River (6 hours) in the deep areas of the Amazon virgin forest with chance to see animals such as: spider monkey, wild pigs and several bird species.
Upon arriving back at the lodge, you could have a swim in the lagoon before dinner is served.
By night, you will be taken on a canoe ride. This is a special activity where you will see amphibians, nocturnal birds and alligators; look out for the glowing eyes. Here you will also have a box lunch.
Please note sport fishing at the Eslabon River is optional.
Included: Accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 3

Day 4

Chalalan, Rurrenabaque & La Paz

After breakfast, you will take a walk to the Tuichi River shore where you will take the boat back to Rurrenabaque (3 hours boat ride). Do not forget to be alert during this boat trip as it's a great opportunity to see many more animals.
Upon your arrival, you will take transfers to the airport and take your flight back to La Paz.
Included: Breakfast.