20º/ 35º C
20º/ 35º C
30%

Very warm at lower altitudes, temperate at intermediate levels and cold at high altitudes.

The Tsimane Lodges are located in a National Park and an Indigenous Territory named TIPNIS, within the regions of Beni and Cochabamba. It is part of the Vilcabamba - Amboró Conservation Corridor, in the Sub-Andean strip of the tropical Andes between Peru and Bolivia.

The climate is humid and the area's geography is characterized by a mountain range to the west giving way to large floodplains to the east. The most significant rivers in this vast drainage are Isiboro and the Sécure; tributaries of the Mamoré, which is part of the Amazon basin

Every year, massive runs of “Sabalo” (the main dorado bait fish) migrate up the Sécure River and it’s tributaries to spawn. These migrations are just comparable to the great runs of Salmon that occur in Alaska each summer. Big schools of Dorado and other predatory fish follow the sabalo through our winter and into fall until the Dorado spawn in the Headwaters Rivers and

streams. Freshly hatched Dorado “Alevins”, start begin feed on juvenile sabalo, before making their way down stream to grow larger and eventually make their own journey up river as an adult fulfilling the circle of life.

During the fishing day, you’ll witness hundreds of Macaws, butterflies, different mammals, and birds all living inside a pristine jungle forest

environment, that joins the Amazon leafy vegetation with the ancient foothills Andes mountains.

During the fishing day, you’ll witness hundreds of Macaws, butterflies, different mammals, and birds all living inside a pristine jungle forest environment, that joins the Amazon leafy vegetation with the ancient foothills Andes mountains.