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.
All entrances and fees
Accommodation and meals as mentioned
Air Tickets La Paz – Rurrenabaque – La Paz
Airport tax in route Rurrenabaque – La Paz
WHAT TO BRING
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.