Early this morning board motor boat from Rurrenabaque to the Madidi Jungle Ecolodge
. The trip up the Beni and Tuichi Rivers takes 3 hours and is a great opportunity to see the fauna and impressive landscape of the Amazon , such as the Bala Canyon. Established in 1995, Madidi protects some of the wildest and most pristine rainforest on earth, and the big animals such as herds of peccary, sloths, howler monkeys, giant otters, and jaguar still thrive in this park.
After lunch we prepare for a 3 hour guided hike along the Tareche Trail. This is an opportunity to observe a variety of bird species, mainly macaws and parrots, and to appreciate the surrounding tropical rainforest. There is the chance also to observe different species of mammals. The common animals observed
include the white-lipped peccary, the brown capuchin monkey and the red howler monkey. After watching the landscape and hiking along the Aguapolo river bank, we return to the Ecolodge by the Wabu Trail. 19:30: Dinner at the Ecolodge. After dinner you will have the opportunity to experience a short night hike to
feel the nocturnal wildlife. During this walk you will be able to see amphibians and many insects, such as the tarantula. Listen to the jungle symphony produced by the uncountable variety of wildlife.