Jiri Ecolodge

Parque Nacional Cotapata, La Paz, 10170, Bolivia | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Swimming with Dolphins and Alligators

A travel blog entry by jonsalt


so doing the pampas tour and it was awesome, saw so much wildlife it was unreal, think i saw about 300-400 alligators all over the river that we were floating down for the day. plus we saw howler monkeys, pink/blue dolphins, fruit monkeys, herons, pirahnas and Annacondors!!!

It was so cool, we went for a walk through the wetlands and …

The Amazon Part I - The pampas

A travel blog entry by andrea


We flew to Rurrenabaque, a tiny town in the Amazon basin, on an 18 seater plane! We climbed a mere seven steps up into the plane and we sat directly behind the pilots. I could see them and all of their instruments. When I saw red lights illuminate on the dash board, I was calmed by the fact that they were still laughing and chatting away to each …

The Amazon Part II - The Jungle

A travel blog entry by andrea


Serere conservation area has pushed itīs way into my Ļ#1 Favourite Thing in SAĻ spot. This large area is situated outside of Madidi national park, completely in the middle of the Amazon jungle. We went there to stay for three days at an eco lodge and I loved every second of it! What made it even better... we were the only two tourists there! We …

The World's Highest Capital City

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


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On Thursday the 30th, we took a three hour bus to La Paz, the highest capital city in the world, from Copacabana. That night at our hostel, we watched the movie Rio and finished editing our blogs. The next day, we walked to Museo de la Coca. While visiting the museum, I learned that the company Coca Cola came ...

The World's Most Dangerous Road

A travel blog entry by wildkriv


... thigh. Luckily this was one of the rare occasions that Sam was wearing trousers and no blood was drawn. Reassuringly, Sophie made the executive observation that the dog was non-rabid anyway. On telling this story to the barman, he replied that he takes a chunk of meat whenever he needs to pass this house!

Rejuvenated, but with sore bums and one bruised hamstring, we returned to La Paz (3 hours) in time for an overnight bus back to Sucre (12 hours).


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