The crown jewel of the Bolivian jungle for the traveler is called Rurrenabaque (and around), on the Beni River. Among the places in the Bolivian jungle, this is undoubtedly the best prepared for tourism, with agencies offering tours to both the Madidi National Park and the Santa Rosa de Yacuma Reserve (see below), which allows us to explore more in depth the jungle and its life. "Rurre" is also more accessible, since it is connected by road from La Paz (only 420 km, but, given the road conditions, it takes more than 8 hours). In addition to touring the streets, there are other interesting activities to do, like strolling along the banks of the Beni River (coastal avenue), crossing to San Buenaventura (a community just across the river), or walking around. There is a path that leads to a viewpoint and a river with waterfalls in the middle of the jungle.
Madidi National Park. This park in the Amazon ranks first in diversity and number of species on the planet, largely due to the number of ecological floors that houses: from snowline to the Amazon plain. That is why so many travelers want to get close to Rurrenabaque, a few kilometers from the protected area. However, wildlife sighting is not usually so easy, since the access from Rurre takes us to leafy, dense jungle. Tours vary from a few days to a week, depending on your interest (and your budget). Three or four days should be enough.