La Isla de los Tucanes

Bolivar esquina Amutari, Rurrenabaque, 12271, Bolivia | Hotel
 

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Rurrenabaque and the jungle

A travel blog entry by kerriegee

22

... boards. Again the walls were made from fly screen and the roof was thatched. With a Lille more effort it could be really cool. There were 3 spider monkeys hanging round the house, they were hand reared then they get kicked out of the house when they get older. The older one constantly trying to get back inside, so every door had to be locked. Poor thing, we felt sorry for it. There was a taipan wandering around the house eating scraps, along side the chickens, a capybara and a ...

Rurrenabaque and the pampas.

A travel blog entry by kerriegee

9

... the driver told us to get out, the was a huge boa constrictor sunning itself in the middle of the road. Lucky thing that our driver and the tractor before us had seen him or he'd be squashed. A few photos later and we were off again looking for more animals along the sides of the road, a sharp stop once more and we saw the back of the Andean Cobra. Bigger and fatter that the Indian cobra but less poisonous. The driver told Rod in Spanish that he was looking for sloths but ...

Bolivia part 2: The Jungle

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey

88

... or so creeping through the foliage, trying to stay as low and quiet as possible. Our guide was about 5 feet tall (like most Bolivian men) and had no trouble creeping around. I, however, was like a baby elephant learning to walk. Every branch, twig or leaf that I could stand on, I stood on. I might as well have brought a ghetto blaster and played Jungle is Massive by General Levy (which was pretty much playing on a loop in my head the whole time I was in the jungle) ...

The Pampas

A travel blog entry by annahildreth

1

... A french man kindly held my fish whilst I got my camera but the fish bit his hand quite badly. I felt guilty because it was all in the name of a photo but at the same time he was stupid enough to hold it in such a way that made it possible for the fish to take a chunk! Anyway collectively we caught enough piranhas to eat one each later and it was a fab first fishing experience for me although I can't say I'll ever take it up as a new ...

Rurrenabaque Pampas Tour - Day 2

A travel blog entry by lpringle

13

... back to our boat to find an alligator lying next to it which Danny insisted we all stroked on the nose! After breakfast we went for what turned out to be a long, very hot and not very successful hunt for anacondas. We all had wellies on and were wading through the wetlands looking for snakes but found nothing but some large tadpoles and all got a bit sunburnt. We had a two hour break over lunch where we played some cards on the deck and Shona taught us to play a new game ...

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This hotel, located on Bolivar esquina Amutari, Rurrenabaque, is near El Fuerte de Samaipata.
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