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Willkommen in der Sadiri Lodge

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The Lodge

Initially the idea of entrepreneurship planned to use the name of Madidi National Park, so it was called Ecolodge Madidi S. A. in the format of a commercial and private organization. However, because of the ancient meaning...

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Tours and Services

Sadiri Lodge is located in the territory of the Indigenous Community San José de Uchupiamonas in the northwestern area of the department of La Paz  and within the Madidi Integrated Management...

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Sadiri Area

Sadiri is a derivation of the Tacana word S’hadiri which means: “the old resting place”, which clearly makes reference to its location, the top of a mountain which can only be reached after a five kilometer...

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Community

The Indigenous Community of San José de Uchupiamonas is made up by 116 families, which represent a total of 750 inhabitants. (Source: PGTI Uchupiamonas 2009).

The Indigenous Community San José de Uchupiamonas is located in northwest of Bolivia, in the Department of La Paz, Province Abel Iturralde, within the National Park and Madidi Integrated Management Natural Area.
At eight hours by boat from the town of
Rurrenabaque and is accesible
by land on the 32 km
echological road from the town
Tumupasa and from the
Indigenous Community San José
de Uchupiamonas.