Rurrenabaque, Gateway to Madidi National Park   2 comments

Rurrenrabaque-IMG_4555-72.jpgRurrenabaque is Located On the Beni River in Northern Bolivia.

Rurrenabaque-72.jpgDeboarding the plane from La Paz to Rurrenabaque where we spent the night. 

Rurrenrabaque-IMG_4556-72.jpgOriginally we were scheduled on a morning flight allowing time for us to drive 60 miles into Madidi National Park to an indigenous community where we would start our river journey on the Tuichi River. The later fight caused the drive into Madidi to be delayed to the next day.

Rurrenrabaque-IMG_4557-72After deboarding, we were shuttled to the nearby terminal.

Rurrenrabaque-IMG_4558-72.jpgConstruction equipment and a billboard were signs a new much larger terminal was under construction.

Rurrenrabaque-IMG_4559-72Rurrenabaque Airport Terminal

 

BoliviaRurrenabaque Airport Terminal

Rurrenrabaque-3-72.jpgNearby cafe and restrooms is where a taxi was waiting to transport us to Rurrenabaque.

Posted September 5, 2019 by kenneturner in Bolivia, Information, La Paz, Photography

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2 responses to “Rurrenabaque, Gateway to Madidi National Park

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  1. I’d hate to see that sweet and picturesque terminal bulldozed…

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  2. What an interesting step back in time. Bet you enjoyed what was around every corner.

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