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 Amboro Park North Side

 The tours to Amboro Park north side  are  visits to one of  the best Amazon conservation spot in the Earth. During our  tours   from the city of Santa Cruz , Bolivia you have the chances to get into the zone of the park where no communities or any human settlement exist.

- These Amboro park tours consist mainly in trekking in the rain forest jungle  and getting to breath-taking view points from top of  the hills of this natural reserve. The activities of fauna observation it is also in out itineraries and to have more chances of spoting mammals we  offers night hiking in this Amazonian forest.  

- Amboro National park has more birds species than Costa Rica and still all the mammals of the Amazonian including the Jaguar (Panthera onca) and the Andean  Spectacle bear (Tremarctos ornatus) and many others animals.

For eco-tourism Amboro park north side is  divided in more than two different entrance points, this could be; Mataracu, La Chonta, Macuñucu, Saguayo, Ichilo and others

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Amboro National Park

North Side Entrances


Mataracu 

La Chonta 

- Saguayo 

- Macuñucu 

- Ichilo 

Eco-Tourism 

Amboro Park North Side

And South Side

About Amboro park north side and south side entrances.Usually no many  tour operators / travel agencies go to Amboro park north side.

Before booking a tour to the north or south side, visitors should ask details of the  tour. Example  the name of the entrance  and if the tour is going to get into the central part of the park (After the communities), this because some tour offices organize tours to destinations near or towards the park but these destinations could be not in Amboro park north side or south side.. 

During the rain season sometimes is hard  to get into the north side of the park to the  area after the communities without  human settlements.

For Visitors looking to organize a tour we recommend them to coordinate in advance with the company of your preference  or with Amboro Tours office. Online booking is something with more tendency.

At La Chonta Entrance in the north side, there are some rustic cabins and  bathrooms (Ask Amboro Tours if these facilities are working) last year (2023 )there was a forest fire around La Chonta. 

In the following link you can see some photos of the different official entrance in Amboro Park North Side.

Amboro Park South side 

During a 2 days 1 night tour  is  possible to visit the south part of Amboro N. Park. And it also possible to combine  it   ( Refugio Volcanes) with Samaipata, Museum, Fuerte or Giant Ferns ). This combination can be done leaving the south side of Amboro after breakfast.

Itineraries


Brief Program of 1 day +

- 2 Days 1 Night 

1 Day  0 Nights

- 3 Days 2 Nights

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The Tours Includes:

The tour to Amboro Park North Side includes:

  • Hotel Pick up & Drop off in down town Santa Cruz city
  • Private transportation from Santa Cruz city  - Amboro N. Park - Santa Cruz city
  • Over night  in camping / tents
  • Camping gear ; Sleeping pad, Sleeping bag, A tent
  • Guide - Spanish Speaking ( Translator available with an extra cost)
  • Bottled Water
  • Meals
  • Hikes an average of 4 hours per day 
  • Night Safari on foot with torches

Does not Includes:

  • Entrance fee Bs 100.- per person
  • Snacks
  • Special Medicines
  • Bilingual guide
  • Any item not mentioned in Includes
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Accident insurance

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Read the terms and conditions of the tour
  • Read the list of things to bring for the tour

Others

  • It is forbidden to transport and / or use of drugs according to Bolivian laws.
  • Adverse weather conditions can change the original program.
  • Social Convulsions can affect the original itinerary.

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About to Book.....

Please read these details carefully before booking 

Sometimes (rarely) we have to change the entrance point to Amboro national park due to  weather conditions or road blockage.

Please take a look to our  brief standard itinerary for 1, 2 or 3 days tour to Amboro National park north side:

Please note that ATMs or banks will not provide you with US dollars.

Items we suggest you to bring 

Bring only the things you are going to need in the park.

Please read carefully this list. Do not forget to bring you ORIGINAL passport/s or valid document in Bolivia. This is in case of police control down the road.  Or at any other moment. If you are staying overnight in community's RUSTICS cabins  you would not need any camping gear. Although these cabins have sheets, mosquito's net and blankets, you may want to bring your own sleeping bag. (These cabins are managed by the community.) Also please bring your own toilet paper and towel.  It is a good idea to bring a big backpack if you go for 2 days or more.  


You may want to bring your big backpack, because you need to carry your bottles of water and your belongings from/to  the car to the cabins ( You never leave alone your valuable items not even in the cabins) Having your hands free during trekking is important  

 Amboro National Park North Side
How much does it cost?

(In North American dollars / Per person)

Overnight in Camping

3 Days 2 Nights 

2 visitors; $ 220.- 

4 Visitors; $ 180.-

2 Days 1 Night   

2 visitors;  $ 159.-

4 Visitors;$ 120.-

1 Days 0 Night   

2 visitors; $120.- /

4 Visitors;$ 77.-

The prices Includes

Down town pickup /Drop off, Meals- (Ask for details)Transport - Local Spanish speaking guide - Bottled water - Camping / Tents Rustic cabins to stay overnight.  Trekking in the jungle paths and some short night trekking also.

It does NOT include

- Entrance fee (Bs 100.- per person)  

 - Airport or Bus terminal Transfers

- Any other item not mentioned in the including list.

More visitors in a group means better prices per person 

We may have more people to join you. If this is the case the cost per person is cheaper. But it is NOT always for  sure, because the other possible visitors some times  have not paid yet. 

Please read really carefully our terms and conditions of our services

(If you confirm this tour you would need to sign our Terms & Conditions,  when you meet us)

Usually to book a tour you need to pay a part  of the cost of the tour in advance. But if you are booking one day before or on the last minute / booking on line, you have to pay the whole cost of the service when the driver goes to pick you up. It necessary to pay in cash. In  Bs ( BoB) or $ (North American dollars).  

Please  DO NOT  take credit cards.

Although you can pay the downpayment  with credit cards through Tab

A good way to confirm a tour in advance is through Western Union or through Tab with a  $ 50 or $ 100.- payment. If Western Union is fine with you   we have to send you the info for the money transfer, or we can send a link for Tab. It also con be done through bank transfers. But the bank's commissions can be higher. In you are in Bolivia a bank deposit is possible without paying any commissions. 

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A Brief Program to visit Amboro National park North Side

This program / itinerary is a brief  explanation of the activities of  1,2,3 days  or more in Amboro National park Noth side

1st day.- These tours to Amboró Park usually start at 8:00 a.m. in the city of Santa Cruz. If it's from Buena Vista, it would be around 9:30 a.m. - If it's from Santa Cruz, the first part of this journey lasts approximately 1.5 hours (100 km) to Buena Vista, a nearby village to Amboró National Park. In this village, we meet the coordinator of Amboro Tours and a local guide.

In Buena Vista, we switch to a 4x4 vehicle to continue along the road or a dirt road. This whole second part of the tour can last about 1 hour or 1.5 hours, totaling approximately 45 km. During this time, we must cross rivers and/or streams and at the same time the communities around the core of the park.

During the rainy season, if it has rained too much and the level of the river(s) is too high, or the bottom  of the river is  too soft, we may have to walk or use other means to cross the rivers or streams that are necessary to reach the camp or cabins.

Please note that if you have not hired a porter (someone to carry your backpack or belongings), you must carry yourself your backpack, camping equipment, water bottles, and all your belongings to the cabins or campsite.

After lunch, you can leave your large backpack to start hiking through the trails in the Amazon rainforest. It is possible to take a small backpack. Be sure to always carry your most valuable items with you, as well as water bottles and a flashlight. Whether your program includes overnight stays in cabins or tents/camping.

All hikes/trekking can be coordinated with the guide and will take place depending on the physical condition of the participants, available time, and weather conditions.

Note: Tours to the northern part of Amboro National Park consist of hiking or trekking on sometimes steep hills. On these trails, there are stones or slippery parts, many plant roots, and possible holes. Natural pools can be deep. So it is necessary to be in good physical condition and not to go into the water if you cannot swim, as well as not to venture alone on the trails.

The trails after the ''Linea Roja'' of the park in the jungle are in the part of the park without human settlements. If you took the 1-day 0-night tour and you have arrived at these trails without delays, you will have time for a hike of approximately 3.5 hours in the Amazon rainforest.

If your tour is 2 days 1 night, the trekking on the first day can be approximately 3 or 4 hours plus a short night safari walking on the trails (Always with the guide). This trek is also in the Amazon rainforest. (At night, if there is no moonlight or artificial light, the trails and all the places you see are dark). During the night hike, if you pay attention, you can feel different scents of flowers/plants than during the day. Some animals choose the night to come out, so you may have more chances to see some wild animals, although it must be clear that it is very, very likely that no mammals will be seen/found. A headlamp and/or a handheld flashlight are required.

2nd day.- Usually, in tours of 2 days or more, it is possible to have an early trek of 2 hours before breakfast... and another longer walk after breakfast. The walks can be on different trails.

In 2-day tours with 1 overnight stay, lunch must be taken at the campsite to be close to the starting point.

3rd day.- When tours to Amboro National Park are 3 days 2 nights or more days, the day or days between the first and last day are used to explore further into the northern side of Amboro National Park. Even on tours of 3 days or more, there are days when you do not return to the campsite to prepare lunch.

When it is necessary or required to camp in the jungle, and the chances of rain are high, sufficient plastic is necessary to prevent water from entering the tent/campsite.

On the last day of these tours through Amboró National Park, the hike back to the vehicle is after lunch around 3:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. Arrival in Santa Cruz is approximately at 7:30 p.m.

Please read the terms and conditions of our services.

The only source of this brief description of these tours of 1, 2, or more days is the tour operator Amboro Tours.

Adverse weather conditions, roadblocks, and other inconveniences due to social upheavals may affect the programs described above.

2 Days 1 Night  North side

Amboro Park tours -  Itineraries - North Side 

From The City of Santa Cruz                                                       

2 Days 1 Night                                                                         

1st Day                                                                                   

At  8H00 A.M. we pass by your hotel to pick you up and commence this two days one night Tour, travelling in a vehicle to a small town near to Amboro National Park. This trip is on a paved road with direction northwest  from the city of Santa Cruz.

The first part of  driving is of approximately 100 or 120 km. It depends on which part in the north side of the park we are driving to. Once on the highway although  we drive through  several small towns we do not stop until we get to  the small town near Amboro N park.

During the about 100 km of driving we go through Warnes just 23 kilometres from Santa Cruz. This town is known for the number of industries within its limits  including Viru Viru, the most important airport of Bolivia 

The next population on our way is Montero. It is the biggest city near to Santa Cruz.On the sides of the highway we can see sugar plantation. Montero has the largest Sugar Industry in Bolivia. 

Continuing our route we reach Portachuelo a small town  known to be inhabited by mostly native people of the region. and its good looking  women. Also this population is known to produced exquisite pork sausages and local bread 

Sometimes, on the way the vehicle that is transporting us needs to stop to refill gas. In Bolivia the gas is a lot cheaper than the gasoline or diesel, but the tank has no much capacity. In that case everyone needs to get off the vehicle for this operation. It is good opportunity to use the toilets

Once back on the highway far on the left side horizon,  we can  can appreciate the mountains of our destination, Amboro National park, a nature reserve of Amazon-jungle with  over half a million hectares,  which act as a magnet to attract rains.

After about 2 hours in the car we should  arrive to  the village near Amboro National park. In this town we usually switch vehicles and  meet the rest of the team, the local guide and the driver. Amboro park on the North side has five main entry points. These are; Mataracu, La Chonta, Macuñucu,Saguayo and Ichilo.

According to the previous arrangements, the weather conditions and the time available we will continue. What the visitor are looking to see and experience is always the most important and we will try to please them.

At this point is also possible to use the toilet, before we continue  in a 4WD vehicle on a dirt / asphalt road. The driving on this second part of the trip may last about 40 or 20 minutes to the main river which is the border of the communities of Amboro N park.             

The part of the park where the communities are is called ANMI Area Natural de Manejo Integrado)

During the raining season, we may have to cross the river walking and continue on a cart o riding a horse.                                  

In dry season starting in March or April through November the 4WD vehicle crosses the rivers and we can drive through the communities for about 11 or 18 km (It depends on the entry point), to reach the second border of Amboro N park.

After crossing the river we start going through the communities of Amboro park to reach the "Red Line" (Second border).

The Red Line is a  path opened with  machetes, in parts it is visible to the naked eye. The red line or "Linea Roja", separates the communities from the central part of the park. After this line  is prohibited human settlements and / or any activity or means that harm the nature.

The exact point where the vehicle/cart/horses arrives will depend on road conditions at the time of the trip, which may vary due the season or to weather and other last minute factors. The 4WD or the  cart  sometimes  does not cross all the rivers on the way to the cabins or to the camping site. In this case we have to cross the others rivers walking or in a canoe

When this happens  we also may have to walk about 2 or 6 km to get to the camping site or to the cabins in the jungle 

Once in the cabins or camping site, we may have our first lunch.

The cabins have two options one is with the  bathroom inside, and the other with the bathroom outside.

These cabins are very rustic  with the showers and toilets outside

From the cabins or camping site , there are usually, paths (without signs), in the forest where it is  possible to trek  a long the trails in a great circuit that includes, more than one wonder, for people that  can appreciate this environment.

Some  trails generally go to view points, rivers, natural pools  or streams and other beautiful spots  in this Bolivian Amazon. It is usually possible to swim in these places.

On the first day the trekking in the trails into the jungle, may last 3 or 4 hours. This will depend on your physical conditions, the weather and the time available.

During all the tour we will be assisted by a guide who will explain about the lush vegetation and wildlife of the park. Visitor´s  questions about this environment are welcome.

Despite the two-days  trip to Amboro park is still short, taking into account the time needed to arrive and leave, it is possible to get an overview of what this natural reserve is. 

Although it is clear that Amboro Tours do not guarantee at any time, the observation of any trace or the sighting of any animal, the possibilities exist. If we are "lucky" we may see more than one specie of monkey or even a jaguar.

To experience this very special environment we need to be with the utmost silence and peace of mind possible so we can have our main´s senses alerts such as the Sound, Smell and Sight.


At night before or after dinner we will also have the opportunity (optional) for a short expedition to try observe  some wildlife activity. Please remind this to the guide.

In case of absence of sanitary facilities, ask the guide to dig a hole for you.                                                                          Overnight in the park

2nd Day 

If you used any tent you must undo it. Making sure to pick up all the tent´s sticks.

The idea is to start the day early and enjoy the sounds of the jungle and the fresh air of the Amazonian .In the early hours of the morning is when there is more activity of birds and animals

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Breakfast time is to be accorded the night before with the guide.  After or before breakfast there is the option of a 4 or 5 hour long hike, having lunch on the way.

Where there are no hiking trails sometimes we use the streams. The type of hikes are usually within the red line. And almost always vary depending on the entry point we have chosen to enter . As this is a standard itinerary we do not specify with precision the trails.The view points of Amboro National park are also a plus in these tours

As mentioned before. In two-day trips is not guaranteed the observation of any animal, because they usually have no interest in been seen by humans.

Except for occasions when some animals are in heat, or in a bad mood as it is shown sometimes by the spider monkeys. And also in the November is easy to tarantulas walking on the open path

Two days is not a long time in this place for a visitor that appreciate it or do not have trouble getting so close in contact with nature, which may also involve, ticks, mosquitoes and other insects. This depends on the place you go and the time of the year.

The encounter with the vehicle to take us back is usually the scheduled for 14H or15:00 hours. The guide will let you know the time.

We walk out to where we left the vehicle to return  on same way we came and then continue to the city of Santa Cruz. 

End of our services. Thanks.

Please Read The Terms and Conditions of our Services

Likewise, remember that this tour can become an adventure where mishaps can happen, which is why it is necessary to have an exploring and adventurous spirit.

we have created this Amboro park tours and we are  the only original source of this Itinerary

Amboró Tours also offers longer tours to this destination.

Adverse climatology conditions or social unrest can change the original itinerary.                                      

3 Days 2 Nights - North Side

Amboro Park tours -  Itineraries - North Side 

From The City of Santa Cruz                                                       

3 Days 2 Nights                                                                        

1st Day                                                                                   

At  8H00 A.M. we pass by your hotel to pick you up and commence this version of our Amboro Park Tours, travelling in a vehicle to a small town near to Amboro National Park. This trip is on a paved road with direction northwest  from the city of Santa Cruz.

The first part of  driving is of approximately 100 or 120 km. It depends on which part in the north side of the park we are driving to. Once on the highway although  we drive through  several small towns we do not stop until we get to  the small town near Amboro N park.

During the about 100 km of driving we go through Warnes just 23 kilometres from Santa Cruz. This town is known for the number of industries within its limits  including Viru Viru, the most important airport of Bolivia 

The next population on our way is Montero. It is the biggest city near to Santa Cruz.On the sides of the highway we can see sugar plantation. Montero has the largest Sugar Industry in Bolivia. 

Continuing our route we reach Portachuelo a small town  known to be inhabited by mostly native people of the region. and its good looking  women. Also this population is known to produced exquisite pork sausages and local bread 

Sometimes, on the way the vehicle that is transporting us needs to stop to refill gas. In Bolivia the gas is a lot cheaper than the gasoline or diesel, but the tank has no much capacity. In that case everyone needs to get off the vehicle for this operation. It is good opportunity to use the toilets

Once back on the highway far on the left side horizon,  we can  can appreciate the mountains of our destination, Amboro National park, a nature reserve of Amazon-jungle with  over half a million hectares,  which act as a magnet to attract rains.

After about 2 hours in the car we should  arrive to  the village near Amboro National park. In this town we usually switch vehicles and  meet the rest of the team, the local guide and the driver. Amboro park on the North side has five main entry points. These are; Mataracu, La Chonta, Macuñucu,Saguayo and Ichilo.

According to the previous arrangements, the weather conditions and the time available we will continue. What the visitor are looking to see and experience is always the most important and we will try to please them.

At this point is also possible to use the toilet, before we continue  in a 4WD vehicle on a dirt / asphalt road. The driving on this second part of the trip may last about 40 or 20 minutes to the main river which is the border of the communities of Amboro N park.             

The part of the park where the communities are is called ANMI Area Natural de Manejo Integrado)

During the raining season, we may have to cross the river walking and continue on a cart o riding a horse.

In dry season starting in March or April through November the 4WD vehicle crosses the rivers and we can drive through the communities for about 11 or 18 km (It depends on the entry point), to reach the second border of Amboro N park.

After crossing the river we start going through the communities of Amboro park to reach the "Red Line" (Second border).

The Red Line is a  path opened with  machetes, in parts it is visible to the naked eye. The red line or "Linea Roja", separates the communities from the central part of the park. After this line  is prohibited human settlements and / or any activity or means that harm the nature.

The exact point where the vehicle/cart/horses arrives will depend on road conditions at the time of the trip, which may vary due the season or to weather and other last minute factors. The 4WD or the  cart  sometimes  does not cross all the rivers on the way to the cabins or to the camping site. In this case we have to cross the others rivers walking or in a canoe

When this happens  we also may have to walk about 2 or 6 km to get to the camping site or to the cabins in the jungle 

Once in the cabins or camping site, we may have our first lunch.

The cabins have two options one is with the  bathroom inside, and the other with the bathroom outside.

These cabins are very rustic  with the showers and toilets outside

From the cabins or camping site , there are usually, paths (without signs), in the forest where it is  possible to trek  a long the trails in a great circuit that includes, more than one wonder, for people that  can appreciate this environment.

Some  trails generally go to view points, rivers, natural pools  or streams and other beautiful spots  in this Bolivian Amazon. It is usually possible to swim in these places.

To experience this very special environment we need to be with the utmost silence and peace of mind possible so we can have our main´s senses alerts such as the Sound, Smell and Sight.

On the first day the trekking in the trails into the jungle, may last 3 or 4 hours. This will depend on your physical conditions, the weather and the time available.                                            During all the tour we will be assisted by a guide who will explain about the lush vegetation and wildlife of the park. Visitor´s  questions about this environment are welcome.

Despite the three-days  trip to Amboro park is still short, taking into account the time needed to arrive and leave, it is possible to get an overview of what this natural reserve is. 

Although it is clear that Amboro Tours do not guarantee at any time, the observation of any trace or the sighting of any animal, the possibilities exist. If we are "lucky" we may see more than one specie of monkey or even a jaguar.

At night before or after dinner we will also have the opportunity (optional) for a short expedition to try observe  some wildlife activity. Please remind this to the guide.                 In case of absence of sanitary facilities, ask the guide to dig a hole for you.                      Overnight in the park

2nd Day    During these Amboro Park Tours, the idea is to start the day early and enjoy the sounds of the jungle and the fresh air of the Amazonian .In the very early hours of the morning is when there is more activity of birds and animals

All the trekking should be talk the night before at dinner time. But usually during the tours of 3 days,  the guide plans a long trek after the breakfast on the 2nd day, and lunch is some where deep in the jungle. Please make  sure you take with you enough water  a  flashlight/torch, raincoat and a sweater, because the return time  to the camping site or to the cabins can be late. When ever you do not feel well please tell the guide about it 

3rd Day   If you used any tent we must undo it. Making sure to pick up all the tent´s sticks. 

Breakfast time  should be also  accorded with the guide the night before.                         

This day before breakfast a 2 hours trekking  is a good idea. And then After breakfast another walk in the jungle. Where there are no hiking trails sometimes we use the streams. The hikes are usually within the red line. And almost always vary depending on the entry point we have chosen to enter. As this is a standard itinerary we do not specify with precision the trails

As mentioned before. We  not guaranteed the observation of any animal, because they usually have no interest in been seen by humans. Except for occasions when some animals are in heat, or in a bad mood as it is shown sometimes by the spider monkeys. And also in the November is easy to see tarantulas walking on the open paths

Three days is a good numbers of days to visit the park. That is if you do not mind the uncomfortable of the jungle. And it should not be a problem for a visitor that appreciate the Amazonian or do not have trouble getting so close in contact with nature, which may also involve, ticks, mosquitoes and other insects. The presence of these insects depends on the place you go and the time of the year

Depending upon the entrance, there are circuits to waterfalls , natural pools in the jungle. The only way to get to these places is trekking. This impenetrable greenery seems never to end.

Where there are no hiking trails we use the streams. The type of hikes are usually within the red line. And almost always vary depending on the entry point we have chosen to enter . As this is a standard itinerary we do not specify with precision the trails.

In order to visit this place you need to be in a good physical conditions.

After this wonderful and unforgettable experience, we will walk back to the place where we left our vehicle in order to return to the city of Santa Cruz at about 19 Hours.

End of our Amboro park tours. Thanks.

Please Read The Terms and Conditions of our Services

we have created this Amboro park tours itinerary and we are  the only original source of it.

Amboró Tours also offers Shorter or longer tours to this destination.

Adverse climatology conditions or social unrest can change the original itinerary.

Remember that this itinerary can vary or not be fulfilled in its entirety by climate factors and/or the conditions of the ways and rivers or water streams.

Likewise, remember that thes Amboro park tours can become an adventure where mishaps can happen, which is why it is necessary to have an exploring and adventurous spirit.

Remember that nothing should be removed from the park (plants or seeds)

What To Bring To  your 'Amboro Tours

(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- Pants Light colour

  Mosquitoes are especially attracted by dark colour

- 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)

- Toilet paper, Towel and others personal items  

-Trekking shoes, 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.

Recommendations

1. Follow the guide's instructions 

2. Do not explore on your own 

3. Do not touch any insect or reptile

4. Protect things you want to keep dry by putting them in plastic bags. 

5. Do not litter. Including cigarette butts

6. Be careful about SLIPPING and falling, when crossing the rivers and streams or by the natural swimming pools 

7. Do not jump from place to place 

8. Do not smoke or light Candles inside the tents. 

9. Do not lift any rocks or logs 

10. Do not litter

11. In the natural places where you take a bath do not use shampoo or soap

Tropical Diseases.- To minimize the risk of  malaria, or a  tropical disease we 

Strongly recommend the use of long sleeved shirts and pants. During both day and night, and the use of repellents.

Positive Thinking.- When travelling in Bolivia, particularly to remote areas, 

keep in mind that you are travelling in sparsely populated areas where few people go. 

We suggest you a positive mental approach to relax, keep an open mind

Deodorant.-  Try not to bring to  the forest strong odor substances Keep In Mind: The changing weather can affect your future plans

- It is prohibited to hunt or capture any animal species or extract plants

- You have to carry your camping gear and water. And you may have to help the guide With 1 or 3 kilos.  Unless you have paid for a porter.

- Likewise, remember that this tour can become an adventure where mishaps can happen, which is why it is necessary to have an exploring and adventurous spirit.

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Amboro N. Park North Side-Mataracu

 Mataracu

Fungus in the trais of Amboro National Park - This national park although is near the city of Santa Cruz is an off the beaten track destination.
Childresns in Amboro national park
Amboro park Tragon bird
Amboro park pick up track for tourism
Amboro national park childrens in the jungle
fungos Amboro park
trails in Amboro National park
Pick up Safari at Amboro tours
Camping Site Mataracu

La Chonta 

Saguayo 

Macuñucu

Parque Nacional Amboro  Cerro Amboro
Cerro Amboro Parque Amboro lado norte
parque Am\boro lado norte Cerro Amboro
visitor-to-amboro-park-macunucu
Crossing The Surutu RiverAmboro Tours vehicles
Trekking in Macunucu river
Waterfall In Macunucu
Waterfall Macunucu-2
Oilbirds In Ichilo
Beautiful Waterfall Macunucu
Bats Mataracu

Ichilo

Amboro park Ichilo River
Oilbirds In Ichilo
Amboro National park Ichilo  River
On the road to Ichilo
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