Jungle Tour 2 Days 1 Night

Bolivia Jungle Tour
Bolivia Jungle Tour
Bolivia Jungle Tour
Bolivia Jungle Tour
Bolivia Jungle Tour
Bolivia Jungle Tour
Bolivia Jungle Tour
Bolivia Jungle Tour
Bolivia Jungle Tour
Bolivia Jungle Tour

Jungle Tour 2 Days 1 Night

  • Experience the incredibly diverse wildlife of the Bolivian Jungle, a unique journey!

  • Taste local meals - regular & vegetarian - all included while staying at the Ecolodge

  • Operates ecotourism, which contributes to conservation and the local community

Don’t miss a trip to the incredible Bolivian Jungle! Madidi National Park is situated in northwest Bolivia, and is considered one of the most ecologically diverse places on Earth, as well as being one of Bolivia’s protected places. See the different varieties of fauna and flora found here in the Bolivian Jungle, in just 2 days.


All year round


2 days


Rurrenabaque hotel and hostel pickup


Rurrenabaque hotel and hostel drop-off



Start Time


Physical Level



Day 1

We will leave Rurrenabaque at 8:30am and take a boat trip that lasts 3 hours, enjoying spectacular views of the rivers Beni and Tuichi, before entering the Madidi National Park. We will arrive at our eco-lodge at around 11:30am, where you will receive a refreshing glass of fruit juice as a welcome, before being shown to your accommodation. We will then have lunch.

In the afternoon, we will walk along our trail named "dry creek", where you will see a variety of plants and learn about their many uses. They provide us with our medicines, as well as craft and construction materials. With a little luck, we will see some species of monkeys, peccaries, birds and many insects. After dinner, you can relax.

Day 2

Breakfast will be at 7:30am, then we will take the boat to visit "the Cliff of the Macaws", one of the best places in Madidi National Park to watch macaws, parrots and other birds. At the same time, you can also enjoy the breath-taking view of the Amazon Basin and its many rivers. Here, you can also take a short walk to look at the habitat of peccaries and other large mammals. After lunch, we will return to Rurrenabaque, where we’ll arrive at around 4:30pm.

Ticket Price(USD)
ADULT 195.00 (USD)

DAY 1: 07:45 - 08:15

Pickup from hotels and hostels

DAY 1: 08:30

Leave Rurrenabaque by boat up the Beni and Tuichi Rivers

DAY 1: 11:30

Arrive to Mashaquipe Ecolodge

DAY 1: 12:30


DAY 1: 13:30

Free time to relax

DAY 1: 14:30

Take a guided walk through the jungle to learn about the different uses of plants for medicinal purposes

DAY 1: 19:30


DAY 1: 21:00

Take a guided walk through the jungle to see the nocturnal animals

DAY 2: 07:30


DAY 2: 08:00

Take a boat ride up the river to see macaws and parrots

DAY 2: 12:30


DAY 2: 13:30

Depart Mashaquipe Ecolodge


- Hotel/hostel transfer
- Transportation by boat from Rurrenabaque to Mashaquipe Ecolodge within Madidi National Park
- Accommodation in traditional style cabins (twin, double with shared toilet)
- All meals (regular & vegetarian) while at the Ecolodge
- Mineral water during your stay at the Ecolodge
- Bilingual local guide (English & Spanish), an expert in rainforest appreciation
- Guided activities through the Jungle (Madidi National Park) - we have a 30 km system of trails
- Rubber boots will be provided during your stay at the Ecolodge, we only have rubber boots until size 44
- Rain Poncho


- Airline/land tickets between La Paz – Rurrenabaque - La Paz
- Entry fee to the Madidi National Park 200 Bs
- Accommodation and meals in Rurrenabaque
- Carbonated and alcoholic beverages
- Other services not mentioned in the itinerary
-Medical Insurance


- Photographic or film camera
- Humidity resistant binoculars
- Cotton pants/trousers
- Long-sleeved shirts
- Boots and sneakers/trainers
- A coat
- A cotton shirt
- A flashlight and batteries
- Sunblock
- Insect repellent
- Sun glasses
- A hat
- A small backpack for day walks
- A bathing suit and towels


In order to obtain this discount, the child must be up to 2 years of age on the date they are due to take the tour.

In order to obtain this discount, the child must be up to 11 years of age on the date they are due to take the tour.


Cancellation or changes of this tour:

CHANGES: It is FREE to change tour date before 5:00 pm (La Paz time) 6 days before the tour begins.

NO SHOWS & CANCELLATIONS: If you cancel before 5:00 pm (La Paz time) 3 days before the tour begins or earlier, a 35% administration fee will apply (+ the card fee). After this time, there is a 100% no show or cancellation fee.

You must email bookings@findlocaltrips.com (include the name of the tour and the reservation number) to cancel this tour or to make any changes.

  1. I can’t find my accommodation listed in the operator’s pick up locations as I make my booking. What should I select?

    This operator only offers pick-ups from the hotel and hostel accommodations listed. This list covers over 90% of the accommodation providers in the area. They do not provide pick-ups or drop-offs at private residences, Airbnbs, bus terminals etc. If you cannot find your hotel on the list, please select an alternative pick up location close by, and be ready for pick-up at the time shown on your booking confirmation.

  2. What is the difference between a Pampas Tour and a Jungle Tour in the Bolivian Amazon?

    All Pampas Tours take place off of the Yacuma River, a wetland Savannah within the Amazon basin. There is a higher chance of seeing more wildlife with this tour option, as there is less vegetation in the Pampas region. Activities include swimming with pink dolphins, piranha fishing, exploring in a motor canoe, and spotting caiman and squirrel monkeys. On the other hand, the Jungle Tours all take place in the Madidi National Park. It is right in the middle of the Bolivian Amazon, and is one of the most biodiverse areas in the world, with millions of plant and animal species. With this tour, it is more of a challenge to see a variety of wildlife due to the very dense vegetation, but with a bit of patience it is possible to find caimans, amphibians, nocturnal birds, fish-eating bats, and if lucky, jaguars.

  3. How does the wet season affect Rurrenabaque and tours?

    These tours run year-round, and in general rain does not stop tours from going. The exception is when there has been very heavy, sustained rainfall, and the Rurrenabaque area becomes flooded (the pampas, the jungle floor, the local roads and even the town itself). This is not common but has happened in recent years, and you just have to check the local news prior to departure times, or ask us for the latest info. The main issues caused during wet season for Rurrenabaque are delays to the flights between La Paz – Rurre, and Rurre - La Paz, which can regularly be affected due to weather. We advise flying out the day before your tour, and flying back in the early morning the day after you tour, in order to give yourself some time in case of delays. Also, if there is something you have to be back for, such as an international flight, we recommended having one more buffer day beforehand, just to make sure. Delays of a whole day are also possible. We recommend Amaszonas Airline to travel to Rurrenabaque. Most people fly to Rurrenabaque, but there is also a bus service that takes about 18 hours during dry season. During the wet season, the journey can take as much as 40 hours, as the road is washed away, blocked by landslides, and becomes a river of mud. We strongly recommend against trying to take this bus during the wet season (we don't really recommend it during the dry season either!).

  4. Which is the best season to visit the Bolivian Jungle and Pampas?

    The climate is mostly tropical all year round, and therefore it is possible to visit during any season. However, the best time is in the dry season, from the beginning of April to the end of October.

  5. Is there malaria in Rurrenabaque and in the areas where Pampas and Jungle tours take place?

    Whilst it is feasible that malaria could exist in Rurrenabaque, the pampas, and the jungle areas nearby because there are plenty of mosquitoes, there have not been any reported instances of malaria. We do not consider it necessary to take malaria tablets for our tours, but if you wish to do so then you should bring them with you, as you might not be able to get the brand you want in Bolivia. There is also the possibility of Dengue Fever and Yellow Fever, so you must protect yourself from insect bites as much as possible. You should bring a good insect repellent with you, as there are not many good options available to purchase in Bolivia.

  6. What are the essentials to bring to the tour?

    One backpack, sturdy duffel bag, or easily managed suitcase, a daypack, sturdy shoes or hiking boots comfortable enough for walking, sandals or shoes you don't mind getting wet, a money belt or pouch (leave your wallet at home - they make easy targets for pickpockets in the city), personal medications, a camera, film, and a waterproof case, and clothing. Generally, the Amazon is quite hot, but during the evenings if it rains it can cool down quite a bit. Fast drying clothes that can be layered work best. Don’t forget anti-bacterial soap, wipes, or gel such as Purell, sunblock of at least SPF 15 (the tropical sun is strong), insect repellent with DEET (diethyl-meta-toluamide), anti-itch cream for insects bites, a flashlight or headlamp with extra batteries, a toothbrush, toothpaste, toiletries, etc, sunglasses, a swiss army style knife, a sun/rain hat, plastic bags (zip lock bags and a larger trash bag), a water bottle, a small padlock to lock your bag shut, a travel alarm clock, and a first aid kid.

  7. I want to be really safe. Which things should I put in my own first aid kit?

    A first aid kit could include: Pepto-Bismol for mild diarrhoea, throat lozenges, motion sickness medication, sunburn salve such as aloe vera gel, aspirin or other painkillers, antibiotics for travellers’ diarrhoea (TD), antacid tablets, band-aids/plasters/bandages, ACE bandage, mole skin for blisters/blister plasters.

  8. What clothes should I bring to the tour?

    You should bring: A light, water-resistant jacket that will keep you warm on a cool evening or during a sudden downpour, yet which can be stuffed away or worn loosely on a warm day, a cheap rain poncho (the lodges have ponchos, but it's best to be prepared!), a fleece or wool sweater, two pair of shorts and/or swimming trunks, a bathing suit, one to two pairs of pants (one that can be worn to a nice restaurant or club, and another rugged pair for hiking in the rainforest), one long-sleeved shirt or blouse (a long-sleeved cotton shirt is great for the jungle), and 2 to 3 short-sleeved shirts, cotton socks, and underwear.

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