Day 1: Transfer from the town of Trinidad to the Flotel Reina de Enín (16 km away from the city). Navigating in the Mamore river, sightseeing the flora and fauna of the riversides. Arrive to the yuracaré community of San Renato, cultural exchange and horseback ride to el Carmen cattle ranch, trough the gallery forest and the savanna. By the end of the afternoon swim in the waters of the Mamore river.
Day 2: Half-day excursion to a lagoon system called Victoria, this will be a perfect opportunity to swim close to the pink river dolphins. Take a wood-made boat provided with a silent engine will introduce you into small streams surrounded by forest. After the lunch, a two hours trekking by the footpath to Soledad. With lots of opportunities to see monkeys, sloths and opossums and we also will see giant trees species like: mapajo, bibosi and ochoó.
Day 3: Visit to the mojeño community of Villa del Carmen, its fields or chacos, to have the opportunity to take a look at the small scale crops of: manioc, banana, cacao and sugar cane. Trekking in the forest for to see different palm tree species used to make local handicrafts. Return to the Flotel, in the night you’ll have a presentation of the archeological sites founded in the area.
Day 4: Last chance to catch the "big" ones: pacú, surubí, and general among others 20 pounds fishes in average or just take a walk in the lonely sand beaches. Two hours navigation heading the port of la Loma Suarez upstream one affluent of the Mamoré: the Ibare river. This is a perfect opportunity to see the gallery forest with caimans, monkeys and capybaras. Once in the port, transfer to the airport for your outgoing flight. Incallajta is one of the most interesting and largest Inca remains in Bolivia.
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