Hotel Rurrenabaque

C. Vaca Diez S/N, Rurrenabaque, Bolivia | Hotel

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Rurrenabaque and the jungle

A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... on animal conservation. We confirmed our booking and headed off to the hotel to unpack our wet clothes and charge our cameras for the journey to the jungle. The next morning we headed back to the office to get our boots, ponchos, torches and meet out guide. We met Liz the 5th member of our tour group as well. Surprise, surprise she lives in Melbourne too. The was no guide waiting to meet us but when we walked down to the river to board the boat he was there (not that he ...

Rurrenabaque and the pampas.

A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... We hit the ground hard about 30 minutes later to find trees, a runway, a cart and 2 mini buses. We got off the plane and boarded the mini buses and drove down a dirt road to a small building, the airport. We waited ages for our luggage to arrive as a man pulled the full luggage cart down to the building by hand. It was pretty funny. On the bus again we headed into town to find our tour agency and get the low down on the next weeks activities and find our hotel. In the ...

Bolivia part 2: The Jungle

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey


... direct the double decker bus around the corner. It all felt very adventurous! But then it started to rain, and the roads became slippery, and it started to get dark, and we genuinely feared for our lives when our bus had to swing its nose right over the cliff to let another bus pass it. Colin and I were sitting at the front so all we could see was river, hundreds of metres below us. I turned to Colin and said dramatically, "In case we die, know that I love you!" Hours ...

Jungle day 2 of survival

A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly


... that night. We helped him to construct a new hut from bamboo and leaves, which I thought was very clever. That night we sat and tried to fish again, but no luck.... Whilst we were by the river, fighting off all the Mosquitos, we helped Lazaro make some rings out of a coco ...

Amazon Canopy Zip Lining

A travel blog entry by lpringle


Today we spent the morning chilling in the hostel hammocks and Shona and I went to the market to buy food and cooked an amazing jacket potato with scrambled eggs for brunch. In the afternoon we went on a canopy zip lining tour through the jungle which was great fun. We started by getting a boat up the river and then a 3km hike up the the ...


This hotel, located on C. Vaca Diez S/N, Rurrenabaque, is near El Fuerte de Samaipata.
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