San Miguel Del Bala Ecolodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSan Miguel Del Bala Ecolodge Rurrenabaque
A nice place to enjoy the jungle.....We had about 50 wild pigs run through the compond...great laugh.
A good guide...and all is well
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... with sticky mud underfoot. Secondly, we have seen all the wildlife we had hoped to see even if they didn't all hang around for photos, and finally Victor our guide and Suzanna and Twan have been great company to share our adventure with.
We will be leaving in the morning, back to Puerto Maldonaldo, then a flight to Lima where we spend our last night in ...
... of our transport boat. The 2 other girls arrived & together with our guide Norman (who is an indigenous San Jose man so who knows where Norman came from!) & the boat driver we spent the next 3 hours making our way down the Beni River to the lodge. There is a little admin to do; first you have to pay 125BS to the park office to enter the park & then 45 minutes later when you enter the park you have to go you & show your ticket. Even on the way to the park ...
... checked, up through a gorge and round many sand and shingle banks and driftwood obstructions and was getting dark as we arrived.
Got a cabin with private bath adjoining some noisy Swiss girls unfortunately – would rather have had no bathroom and peace – offered to swap with the Swiss girl in our group but she was unfortunately being noble and I got lumbered. The noisy selfish girls and their boyfriends ...
... This is not out of the blue, as we are currently in the rainy season. The afternoon's activity was put on hold, and we spent the afternoon relaxing in the hammocks and playing with the resident baby spider monkey, who was the cutest thing ever. Later on, the rain eased off, and we ventured up the canopy walkway to get a fantastic view of the cloud forest.
To finish the first day off, our night's activity was caiman spotting, who are in the ...