Spend 3 days in Madidi National Park in a very sustainable way, sleeping in tree tents, and exploring with professional and well-trained local guides from the San José de Uchupiamonas community.

Fully immerse yourself in the Bolivian jungle with this exciting 3-day tour. No trip to Bolivia would be complete without a trip to the Madidi National Park, one of the most ecologically diverse places on the planet. See the exotic wildlife, visit a local community and, most importantly, have an experience of resting 50 centimeters above the ground in a tentsile tent – it will be a unique experience that you will have in the Bolivian jungle.


DAY 1:

We depart at 8:00am from the port of Rurrenabaque sailing by boat and, after 4 hours of travel, at approximately 12:30 we will arrive at the landing, then walk for half an hour, until we reach the camp. Our lunch will be ready at 1:30pm. Our guides will explain about the accommodation in tents, they will give you a small instruction on how to use them, and in the afternoon we will start a walk along a path where we will be able to see the nesting of species such as parrots, macaws, etc. After dinner, we will have the opportunity to take a night walk.

DAY 2:

We start the day with breakfast at 7:00, then we will take the walk along the Badger Trail. On this tour, we will have the opportunity to see monkeys of different species, we will also have the opportunity to see trees over 300 years old, then we will walk towards the camp for our lunch. After our lunch, we will take a walk in the Mashi Lagoon, a suitable place for piranha fishing. Returning, we will have our dinner, where the indigenous people of the place will tell us about their experiences, stories, myths, and legends of their locality.

DAY 3:

Our day starts very early at 5:00 in the morning, in order to see the sunrise and hear the birds that brighten the morning with their songs– not only birds, but also insect monkeys, among others. We will return to the camp for our breakfast 7:30, then have the morning full of nature, this time learning about medicinal plants. We return for lunch and after we will return to Rurrenabaque to then board the plane and leave on the last flight to La Paz.


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8:00 Departure from the port of Rurrenabaque by boat, navigating the Beni River. Along the way, it will be possible to see the last chain of Andean mountains that divides the Altiplano and the Amazon, along with the controversial Bala Canyon, the place where several Bolivian governments intend to build a dam. Going further up the Beni River, the group will pay an entrance fee to enter Madidi National Park and then turn right onto the Tuichi River. The boat ride lasts approximately 4 hours.
12:30 Arrival at the port, and we will walk along the Wabu road for about 30 minutes, until we reach the camp on the banks of the Mashi Lagoon.
1:30 Lunch, accommodation in tree tents, instructions for use, and brief rest.
3:00 After lunch, we will start a guided walk along the Lucachi Trail for 3 hours, where we will see a maze of exotic trees and plants that lead to the nesting site of some bird species such as the scarlet macaw (Ara chloropterus), blue-yellow macaw (Ara ararauna), and other smaller birds of the same family. During the tour, you will have the opportunity to observe an endemic species of Madidi, the Lucachi monkey (Callicebus aureipalatii). Then we will walk back to the camp.
7:30 Dinner, and then we will have the opportunity to join in a night walk into the jungle.
At night, the jungle is still alive and offers a great diversity of animals and insects. We could find some praying mantises (Brunneria subaptera), sword nose bat (Lonchorhina aurita), and a variety of tarantulas.


7:30 Breakfast, then we will enjoy a walk along the Tejon Trail, for approximately 3 hours. On this trail, we will have the opportunity to see peccaries (Tayassu pecari), capuchin monkeys (Sapajus apella), and red howler monkeys (Alouatta sara). And to make it even more interesting, we will learn about the different species of trees within the primary forest; some of them are over 300 years old. Some of these species have a higher market value than gold. Among these giants are the famous mara tree (Swietenia macrophylla king) and the cedar (Cedrela odorata L.). There will also be opportunities to observe a variety of birds, such as macaws, toucans, and the ancient bird of serere (Opisthocomus hoazín). Then we will walk back to the camp for lunch.
12.30 We will enjoy lunch in the camp and we will have time to recover energy to continue exploring the jungle.
3:00 After lunch, we will have some time in the Mashi Lagoon. This will be the perfect time to go piranha fishing. If we get some good fish, we’ll take them out for dinner. During the fishing, we will be able to see some capuchin monkeys and some species of birds that are part of the ecosystem around the lagoon.
7:30 Dinner, and later, we will enjoy a cultural talk with our guides. They will share with the group some local tales and legends from their communities. It will be a good opportunity to learn to live in the jungle.


Wake up early in the morning (5:00) to go to the Tuichi River to see the sunrise in the jungle, listen to its different sounds, and identify some species of birds, insects, and mammals. Then we will return to camp for breakfast.
7:30 Breakfast. This is the time of day when the red howler monkeys start singing, calling out to the females. We will begin to walk towards the Piwarola Trail, where we will learn about medicinal and poisonous plants and how communities use them as medicine and food.
Later we will return to the camp for lunch.
12:30 Lunch and time to rest.
1:30 We will return to Rurrenabaque taking the Wabu Trail to the port on the Tuichi River where our boat will leave for Rurrenabaque. We will be in town at 4:30 so you can take the last flight back to La Paz.



  • Lodging in tents
  • Meals during the tour
  • Boat transfer: Rurrenabaque – Madidi – Rurrenabaque
  • English speaking guide
  • All the activities
  • Transfer IN / OUT airport in Rurrenabaque
  • Hotel reservation and flight rescheduling


  • Entrance to the national park: BOB 200 (29 USD approx.)
  • Airline tickets
  • Transfer La Paz – Rurrenabaque
  • Hotel in Rurrenabaque
  • Tips



  • 2-3 pairs of long pants
  • Long sleeve shirts
  • Insect repellent
  • Sunscreen
  • Flashlight
  • Camera with extra batteries
  • Good trekking shoes
  • Binoculars
  • Toiletry kit
Payment Methods
Western Union