The Amazonia comprises the tropical rainforest of the Amazon basin. This Amazonian jungle is the largest tropical forest in the world. The Bolivian Amazon jungle makes up approximately 35% of the national territory with areas of natural forest with abundant biodiversity. Among the most important destinations of the area we have Madidi National Park and the Municipal Reserve of Pampas of Yacuma River. You can access to these adventure destinations of ‘Jungle and Pampas’ through the town of Rurrenabaque which is 50 minutes away from La Paz by plane.
Named as "Chalalán" because of the lagoon where the ecolodge is located, fully managed by the local community of San José de Uchupianonas, which has an ethnic Quechua-Tacana origin.
There are shared and private cabins, small treks at the rainforest, night hikes to appreciate the wildlife.
There are birdwatching and sport fishing specialized guides.
Built and managed by the Tacana community of San Miguel, among the best atractions of its zone they have the San Miguel Canyon and the red macaws cliff.
The combination of this two lodges offer a complete experience at the beautiful Bolivian Amazonia: Madidi Park and the Pampas del Yacuma Reserve.
To combine the visit at both protected areas it is required to have at least a 4 day stay.
It is located at the "Pampas del Yacuma" Municipal Protected Area, 3 hours far from Rurrenabaque by a car drive.
There are private and shared cabins available and river and Pampas expeditions.