Nestled in a pristine area on the banks of the Nichiare, a tributary of the famous Rio Caura, this jungle camp has been constructed typical indigenous Yekwana-style, all built with natural materials, wood and palm tree leaves.
There is a main house, kitchen, dining room and a bungalow divided into four twin rooms. There are two showers, two bathrooms and a large recreational/ rest area and 110v power is supplied by a generator on site. And the views are stunning!
Anglers will have three square meals a day with meat, fresh fish, vegetables, fruit and local bread. All alcoholic and soft beverages and all food while at camp are included.