After breakfast, we visit an area called Caquiawara, a salitral (Collpa) where from a hidden viewpoint, we will have a spectacular view and a good chance to take pictures of parrots and macaws arriving to eat the clay. Then back to lodge for lunch. In the afternoon, we walk another path where our guide explains the medicinal use of some of the thousands of species of plants found in the jungle. Dinner.
In the morning, we visit an indigenous community and a shaman Moseten home, where we can learn about its architecture, customs and traditions. Here we enjoy a typical lunch and afterwards we return to the lodge navigating on the Tuichi River.
In the morning, we can go for fishing in the Tuichi River where we find the surubi painted black pacu, Mamuri , etc. Return to the lodge for lunch, and then by boat, we return to Rurrenabaque, where we arrive at about. 5:00 p.m.
Price us$400. - per person (minimum 2 participants.
- Included: 3 night hotel accommodations in Tacuarales Ecolodge, Transport in, comfortable boats, all meals, bottled water and natural juices according to itinerary, Excursions with native and bilingual guides
- Not included: Madidi National Park entrance (aprox. 20 per person) Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks (coke, beer, etc.), Transfer Airport – Hotel – Airport, Hotel in Rurrenabaque
3 and 5-day tours are also available. Please contact us for additional information.
Departures: Year round everyday – Departures are guaranteed with minimum 2 participants.
Fauna at the Madidi Park:
There are 733 species of fauna listed in Madidi National Park. These include almost all taxonomic groups of mammals, birds, reptiles and fish. Among the mammals, here we found the spectacled bear (Tremarctos ornatus), the Andean cat (Felis jacobita), the Andean deer (Hippocamelus antisensis), the white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), the puma (Felis concolor), the jaguar (Panthera onca), the Ocelot (Felis pardalis), the white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari albirostris), the marsh deer (Blastocerus dichotomus), Giant Otter (Pteronura brasiliensis), the spider monkey (Ateles paniscus), the red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus), and various members of the Callitrichidae family. A new primate species of the Callicebus genus has been found whose species name (aureipalatii) was recently established through an international online auction to benefit the protected area.
On this area, 620 species of birds have been registered. The Park is home to species such as the Ash-breasted Tit Tyrant (Anairetes alpinus), the crested eagle (Oroaetus isidori), the cock of the rock (Rupicola peruviana), the harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja), the endemic humming birds (Oreotrochilus adela and Aglaeactis pamela), alongside endangered species such as the Rufous-faced Antpitta (Grallaria erythrotis) which is endemic to the region, Lepthastenura yanacensis, Asthenes urubambensis, Tangara ruficervix and Hemispingus trifasciatus.