Tsimane is located within the National Park Isiboro Secure and an Indigenous Territory, where the Amazon jungle meets the foothills of the Andes Mountains.
The Secure Lodge is located among the National Park and an Indigenous Territory, in the regions of Beni and Cochabamba. It is part of the Vilcabamba - Amboró Conservation Corridor, in the Sub-Andean strip of the tropical Andes, between Peru and Bolivia. The climate is humid and the geographic area is characterized by a mountain area to the west, giving way to large floodplains to the east. The most significant rivers in this vast drainage are Isiboro and the Sécure; tributaries of the Mamoré, which are part of the Amazon basin. This protected area is also an Indigenous Territory, property of the Chimán, Yuracaré, and Moxeño-Trinitario ethnic groups. The operation is located on the north-west side of this magnificent park and accessible by aircraft or a ten day boat ride the city of Trinidad during high water season only.
SEASON: October through May
CAPACITY: 12 people
7 nights 6 full fishing days + 2 nights in Santa Cruz de la Sierra
- Secure Lodge: $6,950 + $570 (Indigenous association and national park fees)
- Agua Negra Lodge: $6,950 + $570 (Indigenous association and national park fees)
- Pluma Lodge: $7,600 + $670 (Indigenous association and national park fees)
**Prices are per person in USD, based on double occupancy and a shared guide.
*Subject to change.
- 6 days full fishing days
- 7 nights acomodations
- All meals and drinks at the lodge
- 2 nights at a 5 star Santa Cruz Hotel in a double room (breakfast included)
- Transfers and round trips in Santa Cruz
- Charter flights in/out to the Asunta indigenous village’s landstrip
- International flights to Santa Cruz de la Sierra
- Meals and beverages at the hotel in Santa Cruz de la Sierra
- Tips and gratifications for the staff
- Sightseeing activities in Santa Cruz De la Sierra
- Travel insurances
- Airport taxes