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Mashi 3 Days Tour


Quick details


3 days 2 nights

Minimum age

8+ years old


All year long

Start / End

Rurrenabaque Town

Tour type

Shared / Private



The Madidi National Park is one of the 22 national protected areas of Bolivia. It was founded in 1995 and it is considered to be the most bio-diverse region on the planet. 

Around 200 species of mammals,  200 species of amphibians, 490 species of fish, 200 species of reptiles and 1200 species of birds live here.


Boat riding during sunset Madidi Tuichi river

Daily departures

Price per adult

399 USD 

2 people group.

300 USD 

3 people group.

251 USD 

4 people group.

236 USD 

5 people group.

215 USD 

6 people group.

14 USD 

Single suppl.

Accommodation is based on a 2 people tent.

More travelers in your group? let us find you a greater discount.

Itinerary: Mashi 3 days 2 nights

Day 1 - Rurrenabaque - Madidi - Mashi Refuge

08:00 Departure from the port of Rurrenabaque by boat sailing across the Beni River.

On the way it will be possible to see the last range of the Andean Mountains that divides the Altiplano and the Amazon, along with the controversial Canyon of Bala, the place where several Bolivian governments intend to build a dam. Going further up the Beni River, the group will pay an entrance fee to enter the Madidi National Park and later turn right into the Tuichi River.
Boat ride takes about 4 hours.

12:30 Arrival to the port, and we will walk through the Wabu Path for about 30 minutes, until we reach the camp on the banks of the Mashi Lagoon.

13:30 Lunch, accommodation in tree tents, usage instructions and short rest.


15.00 After lunch we will start a guided walk along the Lucachi Trail for 3 hours where we will see a labyrinth of exotic trees and plants that lead to the nesting place of some bird species such as the red macaw (Ara chloropterus), blue-yellow macaw (Ara ararauna) and other smaller birds from the same family. During the tour you will have the opportunity to observe an endemic specie of the Madidi, the lucachi monkey (Callicebus aureipalatii). Then we will walk back to the camp.

19:30 Dinner, and later we will have the opportunity to join on a night walk into the jungle.
at night, the jungle is still alive and offers a wide diversity of animals and insects. We could find some praying mantis (Brunneria subaptera), sword nose bat (Lonchorhina aurita) and a variety of tarantulas.


Lunch, and dinner.


Tree-tents in Madidi

Day 2 - Madidi National Park

07:30 Breakfast, then we will enjoy a walk along the Tejón trail, for about 3 hours.
In this trail  we will have the opportunity to see peccaries (Tayassu pecari), capuchin monkeys (Sapajus apella) and red howler monkeys (Alouatta sara).And to make it even more interesting we will learn about different species of trees within the primary forest, some of them being more than 300 years old.
Some of these species have a higher value in the market than gold. Some of these giants are the famous mara tree (Swietenia macrophylla king) and cedar (Cedrela odorata L.).
There will also be chances to spot a variety of birds, such as macaws, toucans and the ancient bird of serere (Opisthocomus hoazín). Then we will walk back to the camp for lunch.

12.30 We will enjoy lunch at the camp and will have some time to recover energies to go ahead exploring the jungle. 15:00 After lunch, we will have some time on the Lagoon Mashi. This is going to be the perfect time to go fishing for piranhas. If we get some good fishes, we will take them for dinner.

During the fishing we will be able to see some capuchin monkeys  and some species of birds that are part of the ecosystem around the lagoon.


19:30 Dinner, and later, we will enjoy a cultural talk with our guides. They will share with the group some local tales and legends of their communities. It is going to be a good chance to learn about living in the jungle.


Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


Tree-tents in Madidi

Day 3 - Madidi National Park - Rurrenabaque

Early wake up in the morning (05:00) to move on to River Tuichi to see the sunrise in the jungle, listen to the different sounds of it, identifying some species of birds, insects and mammals. Then we will return to the camp for breakfast.

07:30 Breakfast. This is the time of the day when the red howler monkeys start singing calling for females. Birds will join to the orchestra to indicate that a new day has begun.

We will start walking into the Piwarola Trail where we will learn about medicinal and poisonous plants and how the communities use them as medicine and food.

Later we will move back to the camp for lunch.

12:30 Lunch and some time to rest.

13:30 We will return to Rurrenabaque taking the Wabu Trail to the port in River Tuichi where our boat will depart on the way to Rurrenabaque. We will be in the town at 16:30 so that you can catch the latest flight back to La Paz.


Breakfast, and lunch.



Accomodation in treetents Madidi National Park



Single and double TREE TENTS available with shared bathroom.


2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners.
Vegetarian, vegan and special diets available.


Rurrenabaque - Madidi National Park - Rurrenabaque (by boat)


Highly experienced and specialized tour guides.

English and Spanish speaking available.


Guided walks, wildlife spotting, traditional fishing, bird-watching, boat rides and more.


In/out airport in Rurrenabaque.
Also available for bus terminal transfer.


Reservations only for Rurrenabaque, room rates are not included.


Rescheduling fees or fines are not included. Amaszonas Airlines' fines may be subject to available rates which are paid during the check-in process.

Turtle sunbathing in Madidi


Due to our efforts to preserve a healthy and pristine environment, we have a limited amount of spaces.


Sportfishing | Birdwatching | Private Expeditions

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