Agua Negra is the smallest of the Tsimane lodges accommodating only 4 anglers per week. The elevated jungle lodge is entirely built of local wood cut from the nearby forest by the local tribes. Accommodations at Agua Negra include comfortable sleeping tents and a main dining area perfect for relaxing after a great day on the water. The Agua Negra program also offers anglers the option of doing headwaters out-camp trips during your week's stay. Strategically placed to fish these three river sections: Agua Negra, the middle section of the Secure River, and the smaller Chimoro stream. This is some of the best sight fishing opportunities in the world for big dorado in small to medium sized waters. Groups will fish fresh water everyday and rarely, if ever, repeat fishing the same beat.
PACKAGE RATES PER PERSON - Indigenous Association and National Park fee Included
|Double Occupancy||Single Occupancy||Nights/Days|
|$7520||$12070||7/6 + 2 nights in Santa Cruz|
Indigenous Association and National Park Fee: $570 per angler
Included: Ground transfers in Santa Cruz, 2 nights (arrival/departure) hotel in Santa Cruz, charter flights to/from lodge, 7 nights accomadation at lodge, 6 days guided fishing (1 pro guide & 2 local guides per 2 anglers), all meals, beverages and spirits while at lodge
Not Included: International flights to Santa Cruz, meals & beverages in Santa Cruz, tackle/gear, flies, guide & staff gratuties,