Green Practice

At the Ecolodge

WATER: The ecolodge sources its waters from a fresh water spring. It’s stored in tanks and distributed through a pumping system. Please try not to waste it.

LIGHTS: A generator runs between 18:30-22:30h to provide lighting to communal areas. Outside of these hours, please be aware that lighting is by candles only.

WASTE: We use a composting system to dispose of organic waste. Other types of inorganic wastes are taken back to Rurrenabaque for recycling.

CAPACITY: The lodge can host no more than 18 people. This helps us provide a high-quality, personalized service and take care of the natural environment.

COMMUNICATION: Please note there is no phone service or wifi. The lodge uses a radio system to communicate with Rurrenabaque.

CONSTRUCTION: All materials used to construct the lodge (wood, stones, leaves, etc.) are entirely natural. They have been selected to avoid damaging the environment.

TRAIL SYSTEM: We have a 40km-long trail network around the ecolodge. Each trail has been designed in order discover the varied flora and fauna with care to minimise environmental impact. Trails may only be explored if accompanied by a local guide.

FAUNA: Many wild animals inhabit the area. Please respect their natural habitat by being quiet and keeping your distance.

FLORA: The lodge is surrounded by protected primary forest where pursuits such as logging are forbidden.

COHABITATION: For the welfare of all, please report any problem or need to the staff.

OWNERSHIP: The Madidi Jungle venture is operated and managed 100% by indigenous families from San José de Uchupiamonas.

WATER TREATMENT: The water in the bathrooms and kitchen is treated by an infiltration system. This system is reusable over time.

OTHER SUSTAINABLE TIPS

Following these simple recommendations will help YOU to help US preserve the natural and cultural heritage of Madidi Jungle for the future.

Arriving to your Destination

During your Trip

Upon your Return

TRAVELERS COMMENTS

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I booked through intrepid travel and was travelling alone so paid extra . The whole experience was amazing. The people were fantastic having 1 guide each was what you call service.

Doreenbainthomson72 (Australia)

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TOUR OPERATORS

La Paz

BOLIVIA PACHAMAMA
Calle Sagarnaga #316 Esquina Calle Linares.
Closer to the witches market.

CHACANA TRAVEL BOLIVIA
Calle Linares (Hostal Posada De La Abuela)

KANOO TOURS
Calle Illampu # 832, La Paz.
E-mail: info@kanootours.com

TURISBUS
Calle Illampu #704
E-mail: turisbus@entelnet.bo

LA PAZ ON FOOT
E-mail: info@lapazonfoot.com

CRILLON TOURS
Av. Camacho 1223 Ed. Krsul PB
E-mail: titicaca@caoba.entelnet.bo

Cochabamba

FREMEN TOURS
E-mail: fremencb@entelnet.bo

BOLIVIA CULTURA
E-mail: info@boliviacultura.com

Santa Cruz

AMBORO TOURS
E-mail: at.infotours@gmail.com

FOREST TOUR OPERATOR
E-mail: info@forestbolivia.com

RUTA VERDE TOURS
E-mail: info@rutaverdebolivia.com

ROSARIO TOURS
E-mail: aventura@cotas.com.bo

Sucre

BOLIVIA SPECIALIST:
E-mail: info@boliviaspecialist.com

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For more information please contact us, and we will be so happy to help you.

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ABOUT US

Madidi Jungle Ecolodge is a low-impact, rainforest eco-venture created and sustained 100% by indigenous people who live in the heart of Bolivia's Madidi National Park. We opened to visitors in early 2011 on community lands of San Jose de Uchupiamonas that span 210,000 hectares of pristine tropical rainforest within Madidi National Park in the Bolivian Amazonia.

LOCATION

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RURRENABAQUE

Visit us in Rurrenabaque - Bolivia
Av. Comercio between Vaca Diez & Campero

WhatsApp (591) 712 82 697 (Eng)
(591) 735 30 973 (Esp)
 
Email info@madidijungle.com
madidijungle@gmail.com

 

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