Home to some of the greatest riches of Bolivia and one of the world’s priorities for conservation, Madidi is characterized by its exceptional wealth of biological riches and variety of ecosystems. Madidi is home to over 4,500 species of plants and over 2,000 species of birds and animals.The National Park is made up deep valleys and canyons, cliffs, torrid rivers and waterfalls and thick lush rainforest. All of these landscapes combine to create some of the most stunning scenery you will ever witness in one location.
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The Chalalán Ecolodge stands on the shore of the magnificent Chalalán Lagoon and uses local materials to respect the traditional building styles of the community, San José de Uchupiamonas, who run the lodge and enchant visitors with their inherent native knowledge of the rainforest.
In Chalalán guests are given the opportunity to plan activities according to their interests with the help of an extremely knowledgeable local guide. Activities include guided hikes, forest interpretation, birdwatching, wildlife observation, canoe trips, night safaris, traditional music and handicrafts.