- We work with small groups keeping your satisfaction and an environmental care in mind.
- We have extensive forest knowledge and experience because it´s were we born and live in.
- We offer you diverse opportunities to come to know the Bolivian Amazon, one of the most pristine and best preserved forests in South America and the world.
- The cabin and dining accommodations are of Quechua-Tacana traditional culture and style and have electricity that allows for recharging of electrical and electronic equipment.
- We make sure we are previously informed of any possible health problems to avoid allergies or any medical condition you may have.
- We have vehicles available for emergency transportation to the nearest health center 20 minutes away from Sadiri to Tumupasa.
- Laundry is possible if necessary for a minimum contribution.
- Provision of a qualified staff at your service at whichever time enjoying nature suits your interests.
- We provide you with rubber boots and rain poncho when necessary.
How to Get to Sadiri?
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 Natural Area and Madidi National Park. To get to Sadiri it is necessary to get to Rurrenabaque first, which is 410 kilometers from the city of La Paz. From Rurrenabaque we cross the river Beni to San Buenaventura and take the road with air-conditioned 4×4 vehicles for a three hour trip to Tumupasa, from where we take the road to San José de Uchupiamonas and travel uphill for three miles to the top of the Serrania Sadiri, where Sadiri Lodge is located.
Transportation can be conducted by land or by flights through Amaszonas Airlines, which has 5 daily flights from La Paz to Rurrenabaque-La Paz and Trinidad- Rurrenabaque 6 times a week; or by the airline Transporte Aero Militar TAM which flies La Paz-Rurrenabaque-La Paz 3 times a week.