Hotel Rurrenabaque

Address: C. Vaca Diez S/N, Rurrenabaque, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C. Vaca Diez S/N, Rurrenabaque, is near El Fuerte de Samaipata.
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    Travel Blogs from Rurrenabaque

    Monkey´s howling and Macaws squawking!

    A travel blog entry by sue.tonytravels on Sep 30, 2014

    26 photos

    ... that took us to the terminal which of course was not much more than a shed and then made our way to our hostel in Rurrenabaque where we spent 3 nights.

    Day 1

    We were taken by a small boat along with 4 other people, up river (Rio Beni & Rio Tuichi) for about 2.5 hours to our jungle lodge, Mashaquipe. We had great views of the river and jungle en route and saw lots of bird life (herons, eagles, turkey vultures). When we arrived we had lunch and then ...

    The Jungle Warrior

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jul 28, 2014

    36 photos

    I want to take a sidestep from travel stories for a moment and tell a story about an incredible woman. When I met Rosa Marķa Ruiz at her ecolodge in Serere Reserve, a 4000 hectare private nature reserve, I already knew a little about her. I knew that she had fought an impossible battle to create and secure Madidi National Park, the world's largest protected area with a remarkable abundance of life and staggering biodiversity. Madidi hosts more threatened species than any place in the ...

    Road to rurrenabaque

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jul 25, 2014

    We'd heard some horror stories about this road. One traveller we met said the 300km road took him 24 hours. When his bus got stuck in mud all the passengers had to get out and push. According to Lonely Planet, if you plan to take the bus from La Paz or Coroico to Rurrenabaque, don't. You should fly. But flying is for people with not much time and lots of money. We have lots of time, but not much money. So we bravely booked our tickets for what's rumoured ...

    Welcome to the Jungle

    A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Jul 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... turtles, capybaras to different species of monkeys. In the evening we then had dinner in our rustic lodge before we got into the boat again to look for alligators and caimans in the dark. Despite the darkness, we were able to spot quite a lot of reptiles as their eyes reflect with red colour when you shine your flash light at the water. Nevertheless, without decent mosquito repellent, we would have probably been eaten alive by the little blood suckers.

    The ...

    Rurrenabaque and the jungle

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 29, 2014

    22 photos

    ... monkey in a palm tree and on the way for a closer look the guide made so much noise slapping his machete on trees etc that it scared it away. Then he couldn't find the trail so we walked through the mud and trees for ages until we came to another path that we could follow back to the main house. Then it was lunch and siesta time. Needless to say we were getting kinda bored by this point. After another giant lunch we had siesta where we read the national geographic arrival about ...