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Guided Rafting Trip the Rio Tuichi on the Madidi National Park in La PazGuided Rafting Trip the Rio Tuichi on the Madidi National Park in La PazGuided Rafting Trip the Rio Tuichi on the Madidi National Park in La PazGuided Rafting Trip the Rio Tuichi on the Madidi National Park in La Paz

Guided Rafting Trip the Rio Tuichi on the Madidi National Park in La Paz

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USD $1,605 / person (9 people minimum)


Rafting trip for 4 minimum people in Rio Tuichi, ready to book now! Rates as low as $1,605 USD per person. Rates: • 9 days/8 nights: $1,605 USD per person (based on 4 people minimum) Rates include: • Professional English speaking guide, Assistant guides speak Spanish Only • Meals as mentioned, including drinks at camp meals and restaurant meals (B – Breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinner) • Private transport, to start of the River and Airport transfers • Motorized (boat) to Rurrenabaque • Tents and cooking equipment • Cook • 1 night hostel (Apolo) • 1 night hotel (Rurrenabaque) • Flight from Rurrenabaque to La Paz + Airport tax • Rafts, life jackets • Entrance fees to the Madidi National Park Not Included: • Personal gear • Personal insurance • Tips • Extra services not mentioned in the program What You Can Expect: This epic jungle trip takes us from the goldmining town of Apolo down into the Madidi National Park, one of the most biologically diverse areas on the planet. Here with the help of locals we construct a sturdy raft and set off down the Rio Tuichi where we spend ten days floating through the Bolivian Amazon. The Rio Tuichi is the most exciting river in Bolivia as there are no other white water rivers this size and in such a remote location in the country. During this exciting adventure we will make excursions into the pristine forests to see the impressive trees and flowers as well as try to spot wild life such as jaguars, giant anteaters and anacondas. This style of raft is not your typical inflatable raft. It is a sturdy raft made out of truck tubes. Normally 8 to 10 tubes per raft, depending on the size of the group. They are held together with slender tree trunks which are tied together with rope, which is called a ‘balsa de goma’. Equipment is tied to the raft and the luggage is used as sits. A class 4 white water is no problem for this style of raft. This style was first used by the local people living in the Amazon. It was original used to transport wood cut down in the forest. Another style of raft used to float down the river is the balsa log raft. This is a more traditional style but much slower as some of the larger rapids cannot be rafted because of large rocks in the river. Trip Details • Difficulty: 1 – walking through the Jungle, grade 3 to 4 river • Number of days: 9 days, 8 nights • Experience required: Non • Best time of year: May to October • Season: Dry season: days are mild and nights are cool • Highlights: Rafting the infamous Rio Tuichi in the Madidi National Park, chance to stop wildlife Llamas, Vicuñas, spectacle bear, monkeys, other wildlife in the amazon Views of the Cordillera Apolobamba. Visiting the towns of Apolo and Rurrenabaque • Tour starts in: La Paz • Tour ends in: La Paz If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

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