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Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
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“expensive for such humble accomodations but worth it”
Reviewed 11 June 2014

Four of us stayed at Madidi Jungle Lodge for 4 nights in early May. We had beautiful weather. It rained a little, but when you're walking in the tropical forest, it's like a giant umbrella over your head so we didn't mind. Other travellers have mentioned the mosquitoes. We hardly had any bothering us on our jungle treks. It was only the last day, when we stopped on our way back to Rurrenabaque to go to a macaw nesting site, that the fire ants got us, in spite of our long pants and spraying the bottom of them with repellent. We came for birding, and our guide, Henry, told us that they do not have many birders that come. For that reason, the guides know the larger birds that almost any tourist would be happy to see, but not the flycatchers, tanagers, antwrens etc. that are of little interest to most tourists. We really enjoyed our time on the river, the trip from Rurrenabaque and the trip up to Laguna Santa Rosa. We also enjoyed our little excursion on the lake to see the hoatzins.
The rooms are small and there is no electricity. There are nice hammocks in front of the rooms but we had to use the same area for drying our towels and a few clothes that we washed. There are 4 common washrooms and usually there are one or two that are free for use. In the evening hours, in the dining area, there is are outlets for recharging camera batteries or computers.
The price includes our guides and our meals. The meals were simple, but tasty, and there was lots to eat. We had the one guide, Henry, for the 4 days, and he was very helpful. We saw lots of beautiful birds, quite a number of them right near the lodge. I am posting quite a few photos, as there are not that many bird photos among the many photos that previous visitors to the lodge have posted. It is a very good place for birding. It would be very nice though it the lodge would put out some feeders to attract the tanagers and the hummingbirds, nice for the birders and others visitors also who would appreciate such beautiful birds.
We particularly appreciate that Alex was there to meet us when we arrived at the Amaszonas office in Rurrenabaque and arranged for transportation to the hotel, and also that Luce (from Madidi Jungle Lodge) came to the airport when our driver phoned her (his own initiative) to say that we had been bumped to a later flight even though our bookings had been confirmed. All of these services were included in our package rate.

  • Stayed May 2014, travelled with friends
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Madidi Jungle E... M, Propietario at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge, responded to this review, 13 July 2014
Dear Friends:
Thank you very much for your visit and your brilliant reviews about Madidi Jungle Ecolodge. We are located deep in the Madidi National Park, one of the most biodiversity parks on Earth, according to biologists about 1200 species of neo tropical birds are estimated for this park. Certainly so far we had very few travelers interested in seeing the birds, but in the future we expect for more tourists interested to see the birds. Currently we do not have specialized guides for birds, we do not have the equipment, but we have local knowledge which we can teach and can be very useful when observing the birds that live in this delicate ecosystem of the tropical rainforest.
The suggestion of placing feeders to attract birds or planting flowers is a brilliant idea and we are sure to do it in the short future.
The trip to Santa Rosa Lake is certainly a great opportunity to see animals, including birds.
Our rooms with shared bathrooms are small, so we are building an exclusive cabins with private bathroom, in which our visitors will have more space and privacy during your stay.
Thanks to your comments and suggestions like you, we are improving everyday our services and infrastructure in Madidi Jungle Ecolodge.
Keep well maintenance ours cabins and trails system at the jungle is a high cost, but is even more expensive for us to maintain a healthy ecosystem for future generations.
On your next trip to Madidi, we would like to offer our exclusive cabins with private bathroom. Once again thank you very much for your visit and your direct support to our indigenous families.
Best regards,

Alex Villca Limaco
Co-Founder & Owner
Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
Indigenous Territory San José de Uchupiamonas
Madidi national park - Bolivia
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The company and the people who run it are absolutely amazing! Run by members of a local community, the Madidi Jungle Ecolodge is a perfect medium between being in the wild and being comfortable and safe!

Our flight got cancelled the bight before and Alex was really great in responding quickly to my emails and arranging alternate transport. Throughout thewhole booking process, I knew what to expect and was happily surprised at the extra steps they took to make sure we were taken care of!

Ronnie was also an amazing guide. Really knowledgeable about the wildlife and helped us find all sorts of monkies, birds, insects, and wild boar! We also had the option of fishing and got to learn their old methods of fishing for piranhas and catfish. Was fun even though we didn't catch anything.

Also this ecolodge is small. This made all the difference in the experience. Having a personal guide for the 2 of us and only a handful of others made it intimate and less touristy. They are very conscious about preserving the land and doing as little to the rainforest as possible.

Even though they are conscious of the environment, they also go above and beyond to ensure guests are comfortable. The beds were comfortable and the mosquito nets were great at keeping the bugs out. Also, food was great! They employ local women from the community to cook and clean - you get the true authentic cuisine. Only suggestion I would have is to make ot buffet style where there is less wastage of food. I felt really bad with all the leftovers and wasn't sure if it was fed to the resident tapir pet or thrown in the trash. Other than that, was definitely the best part of Bolivia for me and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a truly authentic experience!

Stayed May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Madidi Jungle E... M, Propietario at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge, responded to this review, 13 July 2014
Dear Friends:
First of all thank you very much for sharing your amazon jungle experience visiting Madidi Jungle Ecolodge. We are very pleased to read reviews like yours that highlight not only the services that we offers but essentially our true commitment to care and respect to our Mother Nature.
In Madidi Jungle Ecolodge the local guides are indigenous who born and grew up in the jungle and we are very proud to share our traditional knowledge and show to each our visitors the animals that live in this fragile ecosystem known as tropical rain forest.
Our Lodge is surrounded by primary rainforest located in a very intimate setting with nature. Due to the fragile ecosystem, our capacity is only for 14 visitors at the same time, possibly in the future we can grow a very little more but no more than 20 visitors at the same time.
Our infrastructure and equipment is not luxury, but we work hard to offer an excellent service to our visitors, we have a good bed to sleep, nutritious local food (meat and vegetables), small groups and local guides to discover the amazon jungle in the Madidi national park.
We are proud to know that your stay at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge was the highlight of your stay in Bolivia and thank you very much for recommending us to their friends and other travelers who follow us in this network.
Hope to see you soon in Madidi!

Kind regards,

Alex Villca Limaco
Co-Founder/Owner
Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
Indigenous Territory San José de Uchupiamonas
Madidi National Park - Bolivia
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Reviewed 18 May 2014

We stayed at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge on their 4D/3N jungle tour package, and it’s one of the best experiences we’ve had on our 8 month trip through South America.
Prior to the tour, we arranged to meet their representative Alex in La Paz to talk about the lodge and options. He helped us decide which package to book, and in booking return flights with Amaszonas.
On arrival in Rurre, we were taken to their office to finalise payment and have a brief rundown of our stay. Early the next morning, we were collected from our hotel by Simon, who was to be our guide for the whole stay, and we walked to the boat that was to take us up river.
The boat trip lasted about 3 hours, with the long motorised canoe working its way up the Rio Beni and Rio Tuichi, deep into the Madidi National Park. On the way, our guide helped us to spot Caiman, a few families of Capybara and so many birds we lost count.
On arrival at the jungle lodge, we were shown to our room and had a while to relax in the hammocks and read while lunch was prepared. The room was basic, with no electricity (it being the middle of the jungle), but there was enough room for our bags, and the bed was fairly comfortable, with a good mosquito net.
The bathrooms were a few metres walk away, and were pretty basic, with cold water showers almost like a hose pipe, and electric lighting only for a few hours each night. My advice would be to either shower straight after your days trek, while the sun is still up, or wait for a few hours until the lights are turned on.
During our stay we did 5 different treks, most were about 3-4 hours and we saw animals and birds every time; sometimes only a few, sometimes a lot more. In no particular order, we saw lots of Toucans, Peccaries (wild pigs), several families of Capybara, all sorts of Macaws, Spider Monkeys, Golden Lion Tamarins, Squirrel Monkeys, Night Monkeys, Capuchin Monkeys, Frogs, Spiders, Turtles, Caiman, a Coati, 2 Snakes mating, a few Red Squirrels, their resident Tapir Antonio, countless other birds, and even briefly a Giant River Otter. The closest we got to a big cat was an Ocelot paw print.
On the optional day trip up river to Laguna Rosa, we took a boat onto the lake for a few hours and fished for Piranhas.
On our last day we took the boat about an hour upstream and floated back down the river on giant inner tubes for about 40 minutes, which was so much fun! (Make sure you wear plenty of sunscreen, even if it’s cloudy. Even the reflected glare from the water can burn!)
The food during the entire stay was amazing; we were really taken aback at the quality and quantity this far into the jungle. Every day for breakfast there was fresh fruit, tea and coffee, and varying different types of pancakes with dulce de leche.
Lunch was always a 3-course affair, with soup, a main dish of chicken with rice and salad, and fruit for dessert, always with plenty of water and fresh juice.
Dinner was even more impressive. Twice we had delicious fish cooked in leaves (not banana, but similar), with plantains, rice and salad.
The quality of the food was amazing, and they are obviously used to catering for more delicate “Western” stomachs, because no one was ill during our stay at all.
The boat trip back to Rurre took just under 2 hours, but the guides weren’t as enthusiastic at spotting wildlife as on other days. Granted they were probably more exhausted than us. The only places I can see any improvement necessary would be better shower heads, solar hot water, and solar powered lights in the bedrooms.
Tips :
As the dining room is the only place with electrical outlets, remember to charge your camera batteries at dinner every night!
Bring STRONG insect repellent (30-50% deet, or stronger) with you from La Paz or wherever you are coming from. We totally forgot to buy until we got to Rurre, and could only find 25% deet. Our trip was at the beginning of the dry season, but the mosquitoes were pretty relentless and vicious. I was covered with bites after 4 days, despite using an entire can of spray.
They only provide bottled water and juice, so if you want beer or soft drink, you need to bring it all from Rurre on the first day, no supermarkets here!
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The trip was quite a bit more expensive than other jungle tours available, and one of the biggest outlays of our trip, but completely worth every penny. The difference is the company employs local people from communities in and around the national park; they have an incredible knowledge of the area and natural environment and treat it with real respect. Our guide Simon was amazing, and spoke very good English. He had endless knowledge of the rainforest, making dozens of different animal and bird calls on our treks, explaining about the habitat and behaviour of the wildlife, and the traditional uses for different types of plants and leaves. From stories we have heard and read, there are plenty of other companies that do not have the same ethos, treat tourists as cash cows, and have a lot less respect for the environment and wildlife.

We would not hesitate to recommend Madidi Jungle Ecolodge!

  • Stayed April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Madidi Jungle E... M, Propietario at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge, responded to this review, 4 June 2014
Dear Doddos:
First of all on behalf of the staff and owners of Madidi Jungle Ecolodge infinitely we want to say thank you very much for your visit and support our 100% local initiative. We are grateful for the very detailed comments which reflects the authenticity of our commitments doing in this remote area of the Planet.
The rooms are indeed basic, small rooms but equipped with everything you need to have a good time in the jungle. We have a conventional light just a couple of hours each night and then just a candle in the room.
The bathrooms have improved since we have started the operation at the Ecolodge but still we have much more to do and hopefully very you soon. We're not sure with hot showers because it involves a lot of money and at the same time much more impact in the environment, please we prefer to warmth water using firewood when is most necessary, to get this just ask at the kitchen area!
We are very happy to know that the native guide showed to you many animals, it is true sometimes you can see more and sometime you can see less than others days, but so is the jungle, it is natural and mysterious. We offer many hikes, but you also have the chance for boating, fishing piranhas ( demonstration only ), do tubing on the river, night hike, do crafts with your own hands, canoeing on Lake Santa Rosa (has additional cost due to location 2 hours by boat upstream Rio Tuichi) , and we are also open to more activities in the jungle.
The meals are hygienically prepared available for people who eat meat or just vegetarians. We try to teach to every passenger our typical dishes called " Dunucuabi " and we hope they can always enjoy this dish, because we do it with love for your visit.
It is very important mosquito repellent in the jungle, better than 40 % Deep, but it honestly did not like it, because we know that is damaging to the environment (plants and animals). We wish to buy ecologically repellents, it is still difficult to find in Rurrenabaque.
Thanks for highlighting our reverence to Mother Earth, we know that our work is very small but at least we are doing a little effort to safe and enjoy a healthy rainforest for future generations.
We hope to see you in Madidi Jungle Ecolodge in the near future.
Just thank you very much!

Warm regards,

Alex & Madidi Jungle Ecolodge Family!
TCO Uchupiamonas - Madidi national park - Bolivia
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Reviewed 9 May 2014

It's hard to find the words to explain just how much I loved this place. We arrived after a pretty hectic stay in La Paz but almost immediately fell under the spell of the jungle. The boat ride, the hammocks, the beautiful comfy bed, the perfect warm weather: all worked together to tune us into another world of sounds (and silences), smells and colours; and to the mesmerising pace of walking with Orlando through the forest. What a privilege. Thanks Orlando, for teaching us so much and for making it so enjoyable. The three of us talked about going tubing, canoeing, piranha fishing etc but when it came to deciding what to do, no, we just wanted to walk some more with Orlando! Who knew the rewards of spotting a spider monkey, standing beneath a 400-year-old giant of the forest or just watching a line of leafcutter ants going relentlessly about their business? I slept so well here, ate so well, and felt so well looked after (but in such a low-key, unobtrusive way). Like I said, it's hard to explain: but I had tears streaming down my face when I had to leave. Alex, Orlando and the team at Madidi Jungle, thanks so much for everything.

  • Stayed April 2014, travelled with family
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Madidi Jungle E... M, Propietario at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge, responded to this review, 10 May 2014
Dear JoScanlan:
Thank you very much for sharing your wonderful amazon experience!
We have read your post many times and each time we do, we feel unlimited excited. We have no words to say extremely thank you for your visit and support to our indigenous families.
The tropical rainforest is a very fragile ecosystem and we know that is increasingly threatened by human and at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge we care and protect the lives of the animals and trees that inhabit this remote corner of the planet.
Thanks to the opinions like you and other travelers, since we have opened our Lodge in 2011, we have greatly improved infrastructure and services , but there is still so much to do and this coming July, we will have available an exclusive cabin with private bathroom, with better amenities and comfort for our visitors.
Thank you very much for giving us a high rating on Trip Advisor. Your comments encourages us to continue improving our services offered at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge.
Please come back soon and we will be very happy to see you again in the Jungle!
Best regards!

Madidi Jungle Team
Madidi National Park - Bolivia
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Reviewed 7 May 2014

We went for the 4 day - 3 night stay and had an incredible time!! Our guide Orlando was fantastic, he was so knowledgeable about the jungle, and helped us spot all sorts of wildlife. He knew all sorts of monkey and bird calls, which enabled us to see 5 types of monkeys + tamarins, and in one instance said he could smell a monkey, and 200 meters later spotted a howler monkey in the top of a tree. Another time he ran through the jungle with us so we could see spider monkeys, and imitated their call which seemed to work quite well.

The food was amazing, we ate better at the lodge than during our previous 3 months in South America. We could easily have spent longer at the lodge, there was plenty to do, and lots of things to see walking through the jungle. We did the tubing down the river, and also spent a day doing the optional canoeing on the lake, fishing for piranhas, which was well worth it.

The primary purpose of the ecolodge is to preserve the jungle, not to make money, it provides jobs for people from a local community and allows travellers to explore the jungle and learn about it respectfully.

At the lodge, the guides will tailor your stay as you wish. If you want to see monkeys, birds, or other animals they will do their best to give you the best chance to see them.

The ecolodge helped us book our flights, and with accommodation in Rurrenabaque. Highly recommended!!!

  • Stayed April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Madidi Jungle E... M, Propietario at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge, responded to this review, 10 May 2014
Dear 182948
Thank you very much for your brilliant comments which exactly explains our work and commitment in Madidi Jungle Ecolodge.
We are very happy to know that you have enjoyed a really nice time in the jungle accompany with our native guide. See animals in the primary rainforest is not easy, and we are glad to know that you have seen all the five species of monkeys living in the area. The staff working in the Lodge are indigenous people, born and growth in the jungle, we keep our ancestral knowledge and this skills helps us to provide better experience in the amazon jungle.
We are proud to know that the food in our Lodge was the highest point during your visit in South America. In Madidi Jungle we offers a variety of activities and so our visitors are free to choose the activities of your interest.
Your visit to Madidi Jungle is a straight support for our Indigenous families and the protection of highest biodiversity in the Madidi, which in many cases are endangered, as elsewhere in the world.
Our service is tailored and adapt to the requirements and needs of each of our visitors.
Once again thank you very much for giving us a high rating on Trip Advisor, certainly very important for us and other travelers .
Please come back soon, we will be happy to see you again!
Warm regards,

Madidi Jungle Family!
Madidi national park - Bolivian Amazon
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Reviewed 2 May 2014

The lodges are kept to a really high standard. It was the cleanest bed we have slept in in South America. I would really recommend doing the river trip in the rings which is excellent fun.
All of the people there are really genuine nice people who love and respect the jungle. If I was to offer any advice I would say do the pampas after this trip as you may see more wildlife in the pampas as the jungle canopy is very high. Bring some binoculars, do a night walk. We were also expecting to really be staying in an indiginous village and although it is run by an indiginous community it is not where they usually live. If you want to see their actual village it is possible but you have to pay a lot extra as it is three hours by boat deeper into the jungle. We would have done this is if we had found out about this on our first day rather than our last. I would like to re-iterate that the service you get here is top class. The food was great, and the accommodation. Our guide Henry was fantastic, I would rate him at 10 out of 10.

  • Stayed April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Madidi Jungle E... M, Propietario at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge, responded to this review, 6 May 2014
Dear MarijanaL
Thank you very much for your excellent post. Thanks for highlighting the cleanliness of our bed as one of the best you had in South America. Boat trips is an excellent opportunity to relax and watch the beautiful landscape and available for our visitors in the Jungle. The Pampas is highly recommended for those tourist who never been into the Pantanal. Our community San José de Uchupiamonas is very cute but is far (5h) to visit from Madidi Jungle Ecolodge, however we can show other indigenous communities located on the way to the Ecolodge.
We are glad to know that our service has qualified as top! Your feedback commits us to continue improving our services constantly, but without neglecting the care and respect for our Mother Earth, we are soon to finish our exclusive cabin with private bath!
We appreciate your visit and support straight to our indigenous families, with abundant affection it would be an honor having you back in Madidi Jungle Ecolodge in the near future.

Best wishes,

Alex Villca Limaco
Co-Founder/Owner
Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
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Reviewed 24 April 2014

i didn't expect to see much, but in 3 days i saw: wild pig herd, capybaras, howler monkeys, spider monkeys, brown capuchin monkeys, squirrel monkeys, owl monkeys beneath a full moon, a tree full of macaws, king vultures, bats, osprey, a three foot catfish, and tapir. alejandro was one of the best guides i've had in my travels and took me to a vanilla plant and a tarantula after i expressed interest in orchids and spiders.

the food was the best i had in bolivia. we even ate the piranha we caught.

clean lodgings in lovely setting. there is no hot water or electricity, but, come on... you're in the jungle! i was more comfortable here than in a hotel because the air felt so clean. i was there mid-april and humidity/heat and mosquitoes were not a problem; in fact, i got many stings in the yungas, and not one in madidi. still, bring bug spray and sunscreen.

i wish i'd stayed a whole week, totally loved this lodge and my guide, alejandro! ask him about pumas and uncontacted tribes in the jungle. :)

note: if you are a solo traveler you might have to wait an extra night or two in rurre for others to book a stay. i booked beforehand through their agency on calle linares in la paz. they'll arrange your amaszonas flight from la paz to rurre, too -- convenient and at no extra cost than trying to book a flight by yourself. flight is about usd$80 each way.

  • Stayed April 2014, travelled solo
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Madidi Jungle E... M, Propietario at Madidi Jungle Ecolodge, responded to this review, 26 April 2014
Dear ohsusie:
Thank you very much for sharing your excellent and detailed post about your experience visiting Madidi Jungle Ecolodge.
We're glad to know you saw many animals in the real jungle and enjoy the food and accommodation with us considering we are located in the remote amazon jungle. Certainly we do not have hot water in the showers but we hope to achieve in the future. We offer conventional light from 7pm to 9:30pm during which our visitors can recharge your batteries at no additional cost. Your interest wanting to stay longer with us inspiring us to continue improving our services and we are certainly excited to have available our new exclusive cabin with private bathroom from next July!
It is true that we require at least 2 visitors to offer our services, both lonely traveler are conditioned to join another group , something easier to coordinate from May to October , when we have more guest visiting our Lodge.
Thank you for your good advice and guidance about our work in general in Madidi Jungle Ecolodge.
It will be a great honor for us to having you again in the near future.
Sincerely,

Alex & Madidi Jungle Family!
Madidi national park - Bolivia
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Property: Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
Address: Calle Comercio | between Vaca Diez & Campero, Madidi National Park, Bolivia
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Region: Bolivia > Beni Department > Madidi National Park
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Free Breakfast Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Shuttle Bus service
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Ranked #1 of 5 Speciality Lodging in Madidi National Park
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Number of rooms: 4
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
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! ... more   less 
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