Madidi Jungle Ecolodge is a low-impact rainforest eco-venture created and sustained 100% by indigenous families from the heart of Bolivia's Madidi National Park. San Jose of Uchupiamonas is a Communal Land Territory (TCO Uchupiamonas in Spanish) that spans 210 thousand hectares of rainforest within the Madidi National Park, in the Bolivian Amazon.
The Ecolodge is accessible by a 3.5 hour boat ride from Rurrenabaque. Our Ecolodge is a prime location for wildlife viewing and serves as the base for a variety of hikes of varying intensities. We had designed the Ecolodge in harmony with the environment, rescuing the traditional architecture of Amazon cultures, using ancient construction techniques and local materials found in the rainforest. The cabins offer comfort and safety so that your stay in the jungle is unique and unforgettable.
Madidi Jungle Ecolodge offers boat transportation, comfortable accommodations for a maximum of 14 visitors and a menu of delicious meals based on traditional rainforest ingredients. The staff are local, bilingual (Spanish and English) guides with passion and expert knowledge about the surrounding rainforest. Our local guides will guide you through the rainforest and take you down a diverse trail system where you can enjoy the Amazon flora and fauna.
Madidi National Park is one of the most biodiverse parks on the planet, it covers a surface area of 1.895.750 hectares (18.957 km2), and is a place scientists call a "Biodiversity Hotspot". The Tropical Andes Hotspot has the greatest biodiversity of endemic species on the planet, some 6,000 species of vascular plants and some 1,000 species of neotropical birds.
Rurrenabaque is an unforgettable beginning for the Amazon Jungle Tours. Madidi is an ideal destination to see the jungle and be one with nature and the local cultures. Most people visit Madidi Jungle Ecolodge on a Tareche Program 3d/2n or Wabu Program 4d/3n all inclusive jungle tour from Rurrenabaque, who likes personalized service and seek a truly Eco-frienfly Jungle Experience.
San Jose of Uchupiamonas
Madidi National Park