The CHALALÁN Ecolodge  stands on the shore of the magnificent Chalalán Lagoon and combines elegance and comfort using local materials to respect the traditional building styles of our community, San José de Uchupiamonas.

The design and distribution of the different rooms making up our Ecolodge were planned down to the very last detail by us Josesanos, taking advantage of our knowledge of what the jungle provides. The walls are made from the Copa Palm (Iriartea Deltoidea) and covered with matting, the roofs are woven with asaí palm leaves (Geonoma Deversa) and the floors made of fine hardwood make the CHALALÁN Ecolodge one of the most luxurious places to stay in this part of the world.

How do I get Chalalán?
Chalalán is located in the Bolivian Amazon in the heart of the Madidi National Park, in the Tuíchi valley on the shores of the magnificent “Chalalán” Lake. The main entry point to the Chalalán Ecolodge is the town of Rurrenabaque, which can be accessed by air or land from the city of La Paz. By air (International Airport El Alto) the trip takes approximately 50 minutes, by land around 18 hours. From Rurrenabaque to Chalalán, the Ecolodge is accessed by boat up the rivers Beni and Tuíchi by comfortable motorboat – 5½ hours

Chalalan Lodge Facilities

Traditional Amazon-style "cabañas" (cabins) made from local materials with four shared bathrooms and shower facilities. Running water is supplied by a solar-power plumbing system and there is a good size dining room, bar and library stocked with field guides and reference materials.

The Ecolodge offer you three types of accommodations; 3 luxuries cabins with double beds and private bathroom, 7 twin/triples rooms with private bathroom and 3 twins rooms with shared bath all equipped with mosquito nets, bedside tables, wardrobes, comfy armchairs, verandas, balconies and hammocks where you can relax and read.