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Reina De Enin Bolivia

 Reina De Enin Bolivia

  - Itineraries; Rain Season
                      Dry Season
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3 days 2 nights  - Rain Season 

Rainy Season (December to April) 

Reina De Enin Bolivia

FIRST DAY.-

Reception and transfer to the airport to Puerto Ballivián on the Ibare river. Presentation of the crew of the boat and internal route of the boat by the Captain or guide. Presentation and clarification of the program to follow. Indications proper to the boat and precautions to take into account.

Important to know that basically the main activity of Reina Enin Bolivia is the Navigation, others activities will be added according to the duration of the trip and the preferences of the tourist.

Our first activity will be sailing in our float in the Ibare river, due to its natural characteristics, it is easy to see species of fauna that are usually wagged on the banks of the river or in the vegetation that borders the river. 

13:00, arrival at the confluence Ibare - Mamore and lunch. La Boca (the confluence) is one of the best places for the observation of pink dolphins or bufeos (Inia Boliviensis), an endemic species of the Amazonian rivers of Bolivia. In the afternoon an abubuya (swimming) is suggested to make at the confluence, basically to swim with the bufeos. At evening we will continue our sailing to south course along the Mamoré river.

SECOND DAY.-

After breakfast, we`ll make the navigation in a smaller boat to get the Estancia El Carmen, from there we will take a horseback riding excursion through the forest and along the savanna while you`ll know the most important details about livestock in the place. 

After that, we`re gonna visit the Santa Maria del Pilar indigenous community that belongs to the Yuracaré ethnic group. In this visit is known about history, customs, planting system.

After lunch find a good place to develop the sport fishing in which it is possible to fish from blanquillos to red piranhas.

The night is dedicated to the Caimaneada. This activity is to observe and know the details of the life of alligators and caimans that around our route.

THIRD DAY.-

Trip back to Puerto Ballivian where the taxi is waiting to take you to the city of Trinidad (Airport or hotel).

The visitor will have Spanish / English guide according to his preference.

The program can vary according to the location of the Reina De Enin Bolivia, being able to start at another point but fulfilling the same program.

End of the itinerary of Reina De Enin Bolivia

4days 3 nights  - Rain Season 

Rainy Season  (December to April) 

Reina De Enin Bolivia

FIRST DAY.-

Reception and transfer from the airport (or from hotel) to Puerto Ballivián on the Ibare river. Presentation of the crew of the boat and internal tour of the boat by the Captain or guide. Presentation and clarification of the program to follow. Indications proper to the boat and precautions.

Important to know that that basically the main activity of the Reina De Enin Bolivia is the Navigation, others activities will be added according to the duration of the trip and the preferences of the tourist.

We start sailing on our float on the Ibare river in which, due to its natural characteristics, it is easy to see species of fauna that are usually located on the banks of the river or in the vegetation that borders the river. 

13:00, arrival at the confluence Ibare - Mamore and lunch. La Boca (the confluence) is one of the best places for the observation of pink dolphins or bufeos (Inia Boliviensis), an endemic species of the Amazonian rivers of Bolivia. In the afternoon we suggest a hummingbird (swimming) at the confluence swimming with the bufeos. At the evening a tour is made on the Mamoré River to watch the sunset and look for some species of monkeys that inhabit the place.

SECOND DAY.-

After breakfast you will sail in a smaller boat until we reach a good place to do sport fishing. In this opportunity it is possible to fish several species of fish among them the blanquillo and the red piranha.

After lunch we start sailing again on our flotel heading south to cover more space on the Mamoré River. The night is dedicated to the caimaneada. This activity is to observe and to know details of the life of the alligators and Caimans that inhabit the environs of our route.

THIRD DAY.-

After breakfast, we`ll make the navigation in a smaller boat to get the Estancia El Carmen, from there we will take a horseback riding excursion through the forest and along the savanna while you`ll know the most important details about livestock in the place. 

After that, we`re gonna visit the Santa Maria del Pilar indigenous community that belongs to the Yuracaré ethnic group. In this visit is known about history, customs, planting system. 

In the afternoon we will sail in a small boat to find a lagoon. Sailing by streams and canals. It is a good time to fish or swimming.

FOURTH DAY.-

On the fourth day we will use it to undertake a return trip to Puerto Ballivián where the taxi will be waiting to take you to the city of Trinidad (Airport or hotel).

The visitor will have Spanish / English guide according to his preference.

The program can vary according to the location of the eina De Enin Bolivia and can start at another point but following the same program.

Dry Season - 4 days 3 Nights

Dry Season (July to November)

Reina De Enin Bolivia

FIRST DAY.-

Reception and transfer from the airport (or from the hotel) to Puerto Los Puentes on the Mamoré river. Presentation of the crew of the ship and internal tour of the ship by the Captain or guide. Presentation and clarification of the program to be followed. Indications of the boat and precautions to take in the boat.

Important to know, the main activity of eina De Enin Bolivia is Navigation, to this activity will be added other activities depending the duration of the tour or the preferences of the tourist.

Short sailing in a smaller boat searching for a good place to practice sport fishing: with chances to fish the voracious red piranha and observe the pink dolphins. At noon we return to our main boat where we start sailing north, hours 1:00 pm, lunch is served enjoying the breeze of the river while we sail on the river Mamoré, the goal is to find a good place to rest  or swim on the big Mamoré river.

SECOND DAY.-

After breakfast, we sail until we reach a farm where the ride is made. The idea is to learn and show how to ride a horse and learn about the characteristics of livestock in eastern Bolivia, while riding in the middle of the open pampas of Beni.

At the end of this activity we visit an indigenous community. In the place will be known from the history, customs and folks related to this ethnical group.

In the afternoon we´ll look for a good place to relax and enjoy the beach. Swimming in the Mamoré river is a good option.

After dinner will be the activity of the "Lagarteada", or the simulation of the black caiman hunting. We are going to know how to find the alligator or caimans and explains the characteristics of it (at any time we touch or bother any type of animal).

THIRD DAY.-

After breakfast we will find a good path to walk in to the forest and make the interpretation of the jungle, properties of plants and fruits. The path is made in a stealthy way to increase the chances of finding and visualizing some species of fauna that can be found in the jungle.

In the afternoon you will sail to the confluence of the Mamoré and Ibare rivers, this is the best place for observing freshwater dolphins or bufeos (Inia Boliviensis), you can also take advantage of the pink dolphins to swim. In the evening we will visit the monkey island near the confluence.

At night, after dinner there will be a campfire night sharing stories and tales. Optional observation and description of constellations will be made.

FOURTH DAY.-

The visit to the Green Lagoon is made going through a jungle path where the interpretation of flora and fauna of the place is complemented. We also visit one of the artificial hills that were made by the ancient inhabitants of the Moxos ethnic group and explain the characteristics of the ethnical group and its renowned work in hydraulic engineering.

After lunch, we will start the return trip navigating the Ibare river until arriving at Puerto Loma Suárez where the taxi will be waiting to take you to the city of Trinidad (Airport or hotel).

IMPORTANT TO KNOW

The previous program of activities is referential and subject to changes according to the navigation requirements, the interests of the client and may vary according to the weather conditions. It can also be done in the reverse direction of the proposed circuit.


What To Bring to Reina De Enin Bolivia?

                                                   (DO NOT BRINGS THINGS YOU MAY DO NOT NEED)

  1 Day 0 Nights  

- Sunscreen

- A Cap or a Hat  ( No to be used under the trees or branches)

- Sun Glasses

- A Warm Sweater

- Raincoat

- Swimsuit ( You may not have time to use it in one day tours)

- Insect Repellents

- Long-sleeved shirt- PantsLight colors 

  Mosquitoes are especially attracted by dark colors)

- Passport (Original) Or identifications documents valid in Bolivia

- Plastic bags  to protect whatever you do not want to get wet

- Trekking Shoes or others proper Shoes.

- Bring your own medication for your personal needs

- Personal items you may need

- Extra food, cookies or sweets of your choice

                      2 or more days – (Besides the items for 1 Day)

Overnight in Tents; Big Back pack, Tent/s, Sleeping Mat, Sleeping Bag, Purification Tablets (for water) 

- Mosquito Net for your head (It´s in case you don´t want repellent on your face)

- Toilet paper, Towel and others.  Chargers, batteries

- A pair of Sandals and/or light Shoes to walk in streams or rivers

- A hand torch Hand & head lamp with enough batteries

- Enough cloth. And a pair of trousers. It should become shorts and dry fast.

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