Los Guaduales Comes Alive
| Oct. 09, 2014
Perhaps you have heard the rumors regarding a new deluxe dove-hunting lodge being constructed in the Chaco of Bolivia. Well, they are very much true as outfitter Jorge Molina and his son Jorge Jr. are putting the finishing touches on Los Guaduales (gwad-wally’s). Named after native bamboo, Guaduales will be 20,000 square feet of incredible craftsmanship and design considering you are in the Chaco bush.
Some of the features include:
- nine expansive single rooms,
- wet/dry sauna,
- massage room,
- game room,
- indoor Jacuzzi
- large swimming pool with a beach entry.
Trek is accepting bookings now for the 2015 season from April-November in three or four day shooting packages. More details to follow in our fall newsletter or call today for pricings and dates.
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