Mashaquipe Eco Lodge, Parque Nacional Madidi, Bolivia

The Madidi National Park, located in the heart of the Vilcabamba-Amboró corridor covers 1.895.750 hectares. This is one of the regions with greatest biological diversity of the planet, and it includes protected areas both in Peru and in Bolivia, and serves as the link between two of the best-known regions in South America: the Andes mountains and the Amazonian region, which are habitats for unique fauna and flora.
The Madidi shelters ethnic groups such as Tacanas, Chimanes, Mosetenes and Esse Ejas descendants of the first Arawak incursions over 5.000 years ago; these are the host communities that preserve their life-styles, cosmovision and traditions that communities give them an interpretation of the forest with a well-prepared mix of scientific knowledge and ancestral wisdom.

For information about tours to the Madidi National Park and to Mashaquipe Ecolodge, please click here.

Address: 
Calle Santa Cruz entre calle Comercio y Avaroa, Rurrenabaque, Bolivia
Telephone: 
+591-71986880
+591-3-8922704
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