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

Amazon, pampas and piranha´s

A travel blog entry by wheressuzy on Aug 15, 2012

1 comment, 29 photos

For my very first taste of the Amazon, we had booked oursleves on to a 3 day, 2 night tour where we were to visit the Amazonian pampas, see loads of wildlife and stay in an eco-lodge! So, very excited, we set off for our flight north to Rurrenabaque, on the edge of the Amazon. The plane was the smallest I have ever been on - with less than 20 seats …

Travel blog. Entry 26. The jungle

A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Jan 01, 2015

... not been looking forward to) we caught a more normal sized 40 seat plane. From Rurrenabaque our Jungle camp was a further six hours up river by traditional long tail boat. Along the way we shared the river with a family of Capybara. Looking a bit like a giant Guinea pig they are the largest rodent in the world. Meanwhile black vultures and colourful macaws soared overhead and herons fished at the edges of the water. The camp has accommodation for a maximum of 8 guests and for ...

In the jungle the mighty jungle

A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Dec 24, 2014

49 photos

... nets over the beds and one curtain over the open end - gorgeous! It was so warm/humid that having it all open was perfect. Went out for lunch - happened to be an aussie that owned the pub so again we nailed it with good food and ice cold beer. We checked in for our tour, went for a swim and just cruised really. Had a really nice dinner too, it was like home cooked food made by a little lady in her kitchen, with no one else to help her. Luckily we were ...

A Bit More River Stuff

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 15, 2014

... or stroke a drugged up tiger cub. Even checking out a panda in China wasn't on the list. Though that's because I don't see the point in them. They should be extinct, and not even because of human interference but because of their own stupidity. Meat eaters witching to bamboo and deciding not to procreate have noone to blame but themselves. Besides as our guide rightly pointed out to get a good feel for the jungle you need a solid two weeks minimum to get in ...

The Pampas

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 13, 2014

... inlcuding the giant black caimon. There are turtles, all three species of anaconda, pink dolphins, capybabars, monkeys, giant ant-eaters, porcupines, toucans, blue and yellow macaws and even jaguars". The turtles tended to be in groups all huddled up one after the other on low thick brancehs/roots.logs on the waters edge. Quite cutely they were usually stacked with the fore legs of one on the back of the one in front in a nice little row. We also saw plenty ...

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