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From: 280.00 USD per night 

Amenities

Restaurant, Bar
9 Rooms, 3 Rooms with Private Bathroom, 28 Guests

Activities

Bird Watching, Fishing, Canoeing, Motor Biking, Swimming Pool, Nature Trails, Walking, Hiking, Cultural Interaction, Rainforest Interpretation

Green Credentials

Alternative Energy Resources: Solar Panels
Dietary Selections: Vegetarian
We take actions to: conserve heat, conserve water, install eco-friendly lighting, reduce oil/gas carbon emissions, compost waste food, recycle wherever possible, use bio degradable cleaning agents, use reclamation building materials, use renewable natural furnishings, source food locally, offer local employment, instruct staff in green practices, conserve/care for wildlife in our area, Chalalan is enterely managed and operated by indigenous people from San Jose de Uchupiamonas community so the total benefits go directly to our indigenous community.

Nearest Transport Links

International Airport: El Alto - La Paz Bolivia
Local Airport: Rurrenabaque

Chalalan Ecolodge

Ecolodge, La Paz, Bolivia

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Our river and the rainforest
Our river and the rainforest
One of the cabanas
One of the cabanas
Inside a cabana - simple but comfortable
Inside a cabana - simple but comfortable
The restaurant
The restaurant
Luxuriant rain forest foliage
Luxuriant rain forest foliage
A trip up-river
A trip up-river

Description

The Guardian, UK, Sept 2006: "Managed entirely by the indigenous Quechua-Tacana community, Chalalán is buried in the vast swathe of the wildlife-rich Madidi national park. Knowledgeable guides and themed nature trails encourage you to learn about wildlife behaviour and the medicinal qualities of the plants. The low-impact, wood and palm cabins are simple and rustic, but perfectly comfortable. Wash away the day's expedition, then soak up the sunset over Lake Chalalán from a hammock outside your cabin. Traditional dishes are served in a central dining hall (with a flourish of handcrafted table decorations) and include dunucuavy - catfish cooked in leaves, washed down with a drop of Bolivian red." Richard Hammond.

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Currency: United States of America, Dollars
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