The lodge sits on the Tuichi river, and can be accessed from Rurrenabaque by a 4-5 hour boat up the Beni River and then to the Tuichi River. The lodge overlooks Lake Chalalan, which is teeming with caiman, fish, and birds. The lodge has a great network of trails with excellent guides that can take you on hikes or boat trips and help you spot numerous wildlife, insects and plants.
Accommodation at Chalalan is in thatched wooden cabins, with mosquito netting, comfortable beds and private bathrooms. Chalalan has been constructed with respect for the natural surroundings, using forest materials, solar energy, and intensive protection of the lake.
The cabins are surrounded by primary forest inhabited by an astonishing variety of birds and mammals.
They have twenty-five kilometres of trails which traverse the different forest habitats that surround the lodge. Canoes are available to allow you to navigate around the lake.
Belmont House, 23 New Street, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2BP