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Calle Comercio between Vaca Diez & Campero, Madidi National Park Bolivia
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#1 of 5 Specialty lodging in Madidi National Park
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Madidi Jungle Ecolodge is a low-impact rainforest eco-venture created and sustained 100% by indigenous people from the heart of Bolivia's Madidi National Park. The ecolodge is accessible by a 3 hour boat ride from Rurrenabaque, and is a prime location for wildlife viewing, and serves as the base for a variety of hikes of different lengths. The Ecolodge offers comfortable accommodation for a maximum of 18 visitors at one time, and a menu of delicious meals based on traditional rainforest ingredients. The staff are all local, bilingual (Spanish and English) guides, with passion and expert knowledge of the surrounding rainforest. Come and join us at the Bolivian Jungle and participate in genuine, Community-based Ecotourism!
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Jolie Macrito wrote a review Nov 2019
19 contributions1 helpful vote
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HIGHLY recommend. From Rurrenabaque, they take you on a three hour boat ride up to the lodge. The lodge is completely run by one indigenous community of 130 families who live in the park-the only Amazonian community in Bolivia who are descendants of the Incas. Our guide Ronny was WONDERFUL and so so knowledgeable (and also a member of the community). In three days we went on multiple jungle walks, saw tons of animals, caught piranhas, saw (and got to feed) a caiman, went on a night walk, made traditional crafts, and went tubing down the Beni river (a tributary of the Amazon). Really can’t say enough good things about this place.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Hayley T wrote a review Sep 2019
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We went on a 3 day/2 night trip with Madidi Jungle Eco Lodge and had an amazing time. We were looked after from start to finish. We were picked up from the airport the day before our trip started and dropped off at our hostel. We were picked up the next morning and taken to the office, to meet our guide and make our way to the boat. On arriving at the Eco Lodge, we were greeted and shown to our room, which were clean and protected from Mosquitos. The food throughout the whole trip was tasty and creative, especially for being pescatarian, the catfish was exceptional. Peter our guide was fun and informative throughout the whole trip, and made our experience even better. We enjoyed seeing monkeys, birds and many other animals/insects on our walks and enjoyed tubing down the river. We would definitely recommend this company, without question.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Response from MadidiJungle, Propietario at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
Responded Oct 13, 2019
Dear Hayley T, Thanks for the opinion, it was a great pleasure to receive you in Madidi Jungle Ecolodge. Our purpose is to offer personalized service and experience so we can have a close contact with our visitors and provide high quality and professional services. Our team loves the job and so it is a present for us to share with you our experience and knowledge of the jungle. Thank you for recommending us to other people. Best regards, Alex Villca Limaco MADIDI JUNGLE ECOLODGE
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forgetmenono wrote a review Aug 2019
paris france12 contributions2 helpful votes
We payed a bit extra for a non share bathroom...not that we ever got any hot water but it really didnt matter. Going to sleep in a cabin in the middle of the amazon jungle, with the noises of the animals and birds so close by, very good meals, knowing that the whole project is run by an indigenous community, a wonderful guide for the many walks in the jungle, spotting monkeys, prehistoric birds, caymen, made it all a memorable experience. Congrats to the management and thank you for a wonderful time. Rocking in the hammocks for an afternoon siesta, no electricity but soft candlelight at night, all very special. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Response from MadidiJungle, Propietario at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
Responded Aug 30, 2019
Dear forgetmenono, Thank you so much for your opinion. It has been our pleasure to share some days with you discovering the jungle, always different, always incredible. Our proyect is managed by indigenous people and so we are passioned and commited with the area, respecting as much as possible the jungle. You are always welcome! Best regards, Alex Villca Limaco Madidi Jingle Ecolodge
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madsandnick wrote a review Jul 2019
23 contributions4 helpful votes
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My partner and I booked a 2 night/3 day tour and we couldn’t be happier with our experience. Our guide for most of the trip was Choco, and what a legend he was. A true lover of all animals, his country and the conversation work at the reserve. The ecolodges are built with Mosquito net walls, allowing you to see and sleep almost in the jungle. The showers are cold but it’s expected. The volunteers and staff were amazing. The chef cooked delicious meals and kept us well fed with energy for all the big walks. I tried a night walk and it was intense to see the least (I’m a little scared of hand sized tarantulas..) We caught Piranhas and saw monkeys all around. I would highly recommend this Jungle tour.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Response from MadidiJungle, Propietario at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
Responded Jul 21, 2019
Dear madsandnick, Thank you so much for your nice review. It has been a pleasure to organize your Jungle experience. In Madidi Jungle our visitors are the most important for us and we try to offer unforgettable experiences in the incredible bolivian Amazon. Our guides are very motivated and love to share our knowledges with you. We also have a Deep commitment with nature and minimize as much as possible the impact in the area. Thank you once again. Best regards, Alex Villca Limaco Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
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Jessica C. wrote a review Jun 2019
Vicenza, Italy17 contributions
We had a wonderful stay at Madidi Jungle. The lodge, situated in the middle of the jungle, is peaceful, clean and well maintained (no hot water in June 2019, but it was hot enough outside!). Food was excellent. Though, the best part of the experience was our very knowledgeable and funny guide Norman: we didn't book a private tour, but in any case we had Norman just for the two of us!! As far as we have seen, they tend to assign a guide to very small groups so to facilitate wildlife spotting, clear explanations and interactions with the guide. We had the impression that all guides were knowledgeable and nice. I think that if you speak Spanish the experience is probably more "authentic and personal" as you can easily engage in long conversation with all people working at Madidi Jungle (not only the guide) and for us that was as much part of the experience as the walks in the jungle. Madidi Lodge is a project run by an indigenous community so if you decide to visit the jungle with them you will also contribute to the SUSTAINABLE wellbeing of the community (ask questions about the community: it is very interesting!!!). IT IS THE SAME COMMUNITY THAT OWNS CHALALAN ECOLODGE AND MANY OF THE PEOPLE CURRENTLY WORKING AT MADIDI JUNGLE HAVE PREVIOUSLY WORKED AT CHALALAN. If you are interested, they can also organize pampas tours: it is done through the agency "Madidi Expeditions" which is an extension of the operations of Madidi Jungle (I.e. it is the same community running it, except they use a different name....a bit confusing). We did the pampas tour as well and we loved it: the accommodation was not at the level of Madidi Lodge, but still comfortable and clean. Food was amazing and most importantly we were alone with Norman. SUPER RECOMMENDED!!!
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Responded Jul 21, 2019
Dear JesCen, Thank you a lot for your complete comments about your experience, we are very happy to read you had a great time in Madidi Jungle Ecolodge. Located in a strategic area in the middle of the Madidi National Park, we can offer incredible walks and activities to observe wildlife all around. All our team is formed by people coming from the area, most of them from San Jose de Uchupiamonas community, all of them very motived and with a Deep commitment with nature, which is very important for us in order to develop an environmentally conscious tourism. Thank you once again! Best regards, Alex Villca Limaco TCO Uchupiamonas Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
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Frequently Asked Questions about Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
Which popular attractions are close to Madidi Jungle Ecolodge?
Nearby attractions include La Cambita (0.1 miles) and Artesanias El Patuju (0.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and airport transportation.
What food & drink options are available at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Madidi Jungle Ecolodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include The French Bakery, Casa de Campo, and Luz de Mar.
Does Madidi Jungle Ecolodge have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Madidi Jungle Ecolodge offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.