La Isla de los Tucanes

Address: Bolivar esquina Amutari, Rurrenabaque, 12271, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bolivar esquina Amutari, Rurrenabaque, is near El Fuerte de Samaipata.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

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          Travel Blogs from Rurrenabaque

          Jungle fever

          A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Aug 07, 2014

          ... After lunch we have a siesta before a late afternoon walk before dinner. We enjoy a second night sleeping to the sounds of the jungle and watching fireflies dance about.Saturday 9th. Today we took a whole day trip to Pinky Lake. First taking a canoe to the end of the lake by the main house then a 2 hour walk to the Pinky Lake where we have a picnic lunch. It is by pure luck Ereberto looked up and above our heads was a 3 toed sloth nestled in between 2 branches. ...

          The Jungle Warrior

          A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jul 28, 2014

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          ... mother, who rose to the task of supporting herself and her two daughters by selling mining equipment - a job which very much goes against the strongly instituted Bolivian gender roles. This job required her and the girls to travel all over Bolivia, eventually settling in the Bolivian Amazon. Rosa Marķa's love affair with the magical world of the jungle had began. She spent her childhood and teenage years exploring the rivers, valleys and mountains of what is now the Madidi National ...

          Road to rurrenabaque

          A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jul 25, 2014

          ... as it grew dark, we a managed to escape the outskirts of Coroico.

          The next delay didn't take long to follow. Outside of Coroico the road quickly turns from a paved two lane road to a single lane dirt track. The road clings precariously to the edge of a series of increasingly terrifying cliffs, with the steep plunge the the bottom becoming higher and higher. This is not a road for people who don't like heights. This is not a road for people ...

          Welcome to the Jungle

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

          7 photos

          ... piranhas for lunch we then took the boat combined with the jeep back to Rurren Abaque that afternoon.

          Having heard good things about the jungle, I decided to extend my time in Rurren Abaque and shift my flight back to La Paz to a later date in order to make a jungle tour and explore some of the Amazon region. Unfortunately this meant, cutting short other things and other places, but looking back it was so worth it and just gives me another reason to come back for ...

          Rurrenabaque and the jungle

          A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 29, 2014

          22 photos

          ... or anything). They put all our bags under a tarp and piled on coats, jackets and ponchos, it was freezing and we hadn't even left the dock yet, we knew this would be a cold, wet ride. 3 hours and some lovely lunch from the Paris bakery later we pulled up on the river bank soaking wet. Poor Nicky the worst out of all if us, the dumb girl at the office told her to put her poncho in her bag so she had no coat the entire cruise down river. We put our boots on and climbed out of the boat ...