Guayaramerín is in the northeastern part of Bolivia.

The port of Guayaramerin


Guayaramerín is separated from Brazil by the Mamoré River.

Get inEdit

By taxiEdit

Take a shared taxi from Riberalta. In dry season, you can come as well by shared taxi from Trinidad or San Joaquin (the latter is Bs. 180, 7 hr, may be overnight). The bus (and shared taxi) terminal is out of the town, quite far away.

By planeEdit

Guayaramerín has a small airport serviced by Amaszonas and EcoJet.

By boatEdit

If you're adventurous and have time, come to Guayaramerín by boat via Mamore river from near Trinidad (3-7 days, depending on the water level; ask in Trinidad) or even Santa Cruz department (Puerto Villaroel).

Get aroundEdit

The town is small enough to reach most places on foot. Mototaxis (Bs. 4-5) and tuk-tuk (Bs. 10) are available.

Small boats take you on the five minute trip across the river into the Brazilian border town of Guajará-Mirim.


The port at Mamore river.




In the market.



  • Hotel Esdras, calle Beni near calle Max Paredes (near the market). Shared bathroom. Room from Bs. 30.
  • Nueva Horizontes (four blocks from plaza, near the market). Bs. 70.

Go nextEdit

  • Riberalta – A town at the junction of two big rivers. Has characteristic red soil and interesting surroundings.
  • Guajará-Mirim in Brazil – Take a boat across the river.

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