Caracoles Eco - Lodge

Address: Rurrenabaque, Bolivia | Lodge
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This lodge, located in Rurrenabaque, is near El Fuerte de Samaipata.
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    Travel Blogs from Rurrenabaque

    From Salta to Salar de Uyuni (The Salt Flats)

    A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Oct 18, 2014

    17 photos

    ... the square. Bought our bus tickets for midnight, so we should get in to La Quiaca just before 8am tomorrow, ready to cross the border into Bolivia and hopefully get the train (though we weren't able to book a ticket online, so crossing our fingers on that one) to Uyuni (this is where the salt flats are). Finding somewhere to stow our bags now before making the most of the day in Salta. First stop=lunch. Next we went to the Museo de arqueología de Alta montána, which documents ...

    Rurrenabaque & the Amazon

    A travel blog entry by jo_and_chris on Oct 17, 2014

    10 photos

    ... did some great banana-Oreo milkshakes, that Chris instantly became addicted to! The next morning we had a quick breakfast at a French bakery (which was delicious by the way) before getting dressed up in matching white shirts and walking trousers, arms and legs hidden from the mozzies. We then jumped on a boat on the River Beni, which winds it's way away from civilisation out into the Amazon. Some locals joined us for a free lift upstream, and 3 hours later we arrived ...

    The Amazon jungle

    A travel blog entry by lizzie.hunscott on Oct 16, 2014

    58 photos

    ... start of the adventure, as we had a 3 hour journey to the lodge and lots of wildlife to spot. Within about 30 seconds we had seen our first Aligator and Cayman! The Cayman are bigger than the aligators and look more spikey! We saw monkeys that jumped onto the boat! Loads of lovely birds. We saw lots of Capybara which basically look a bit like big guinea pigs! We arrived late afternoon at our lovely lodge on the Amazon river and then we got taken to this bar shack where ...

    Monkey´s howling and Macaws squawking!

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

    26 photos

    ... communities are still allowed to hunt for certain animals but only for their own consumption, whilst most others are protected). Now he is using his skills and knowledge to guide tourists and this was to our benefit! That afternoon we saw red squirrels, brown capuchin and lion monkeys, fire, leafcutter and bull ants (3cm long & 4 hours of pain from one bite) and a variety of spiders and frogs.

    That evening after dinner we went for a night walk with ...

    The Jungle Warrior

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jul 28, 2014

    36 photos

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    So back to the travel stories. Sam and I had come up to the Bolivian Amazon to try to get a feeling for the wildness of the place. In Rurrenabaque (the tourist town from which almost all jungle tours begin and end) the choice of tour is endless. The streets are cluttered with tour agencies, and after visiting a few you quickly realise that they are all offering the exact same thing. Your choices come down to just two: jungle or pampas (wetlands). Every tour company had ...

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