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The attractions of the place are related to the forest, observation of fauna and flora, river navigation and adventure. It has the most impressive legacy of pre-Columbian history of America, represented by a hydraulic system composed of hundreds of hills and ponds.

The large hydraulic complex Moxos covers an area of 180,000 km2 (18% of Bolivia), so scientists have come to call it "the world's largest hydraulic culture ." Indigenous peoples: as Moxenos, Sirionó, Baure, Itonama, Movima, Ignaciano Yuracaré, Chiman, Trinitario, among others, are the heirs of such human prodigy and as a result, maintain their lifestyles deeply connected with the prodigal nature of the Beni Amazonian savannas.

The large amount of stored water that the great rivers, streams and lakes bring from the Beni, harbor a rich biodiversity of the Amazon, which highlight are large animals as: alligators, anacondas, dolphins, etc.. amid a variety of fish, birds and plants in the lowlands of Beni. But the destination is beyond the lowlands deep into the foothills and mountains in the Andes in northern La Paz, home to the Madidi National Park and the Reserve of Biosphere Pilon Lajas, protected areas with the greatest biodiversity on the planet, that preserve the pristine nature that is also used by indigenous peoples of Tacana, Chiman-Moseten, Leco that the Quechua, which certainly maintain a strong culture of coexistence with such wonderful wilderness.


They rise almost unconscious between the Andes and the river Guaporé they are platforms built by different hydraulic civilizations settled in that territory approximately 5.500 years ago. It is possible to see the full extent of the fauna and flora.

These mounds have been rather important archaeological sites where there have been discoveries of the ancient cultures of Beni, they are also the living history of a Republican era based on the exploitation of rubber and Brazil nuts.


National Park and Area of Integrated Natural Management. Madidi is a destination of unparalleled natural beauty where 3.235 species coexist in perfect harmony with humans.

The most biodiverse protected area, Madidi, is located in northwestern Bolivia, in the Department of La Paz, at the foot of the Cordillera de Los Andes.

Its altitude ranges from 5.600 m. to 180 m.

The eco-regions that are observed range from the high Andes, through the humid mountain forests to the lowland rainforests, dry mesothermal valleys, plains, mountains and lowlands.

Madidi has the presence of 867 species of birds, 156 species of mammals, 84 species of amphibians, 71 species of reptiles and 192 species of fish. As for the flora, there have been 1.865 species of superior plants and 2.873 probable species. Some aquatic species that can be observed are the piranhas, stingrays and in some areas, freshwater pink dolphins.

The Pampa is the most colorful for the amount of reptiles and fauna that you get to see, is 105 km north of Rurrenabaque.


The attractions of the place are related to the forest, observation of fauna and flora, river navigation and adventure.


Capital of Beni, with the tourist attractions: the Trinidad Cathedral, The Church of Cabildo Indígena and Crafts Centre, Ethno- Archaeological Museum Kenneth Lee, Museum Ictícola.


11 Km. from Trinidad, is a commercial port on the Ibar River, par of the Mamaré In the rainy season the flow is abundant, connecting the capital of Beni with the Department of Cochabamba, Santa Ana del Yacuma and Guayaramerín, with small restaurants offering varieties of fish, is very popular in summer for tourists waiting for the boats to make the adventure trips through the Mamore river.


It has become a huge lagoon due to the change of the Mamore riverbed, it is visited throughout the year to enjoy its waters, fish and enjoy delicious fish dishes.


Small village 8 km from Trinidad. By the River Ibare, it is a place for nature walks and a place where you can indulge in delicious fish dishes.


It's the gateway to Madidi, a paradisiacal setting of exuberant natural wealth where major ethnic groups inhabit.


Located 12 km from Trinidad, to the northeast. It is an artificial hill, which at the beginning of last century had the name of Loma Monovi, Suarez brothers then purchased it and put the name of Ayacucho Loma, later the villagers called it Loma Suarez as the settlement of the powerful Suarez Brothers firm is located on the banks of the river Ibare, of clear and warm waters, which helps to give a special atmosphere, one can see beautiful landscapes and birds and animals of different species.


Is located 9 km. from the city of Trinidad, en route to Loma Suarez. It is a port that was of great importance when it became official, today it is a natural resort, where visitors will see interesting landscapes, wild animals of all kinds. Also located on the banks of the River Ibare, where you can canoe and also engage in fishing.


Se encuentra 5 Km. de Trinidad, hacia el sur. Es una laguna artificial, que fue construida por la antigua civilización Paititiana que la llamó Socoreno (Laguna de Animales), actualmente tiene el nombre de Laguna Suárez, debido a que fue adquirida por la firma Suárez Hnos., que tiene hermosa vista natural, lo que le da un enorme interés turístico.


This resort is located 14 km northeast of the city of Trinidad, Chuchini has lakes and rivers for fishing and navigation, as the Ibare river that flows into the the Mamore, while forests are perfect for walks and hunts. What is striking is the pre-colonial Lomas where there are archaeological treasures that attract foreign tourists. Chuchini means "tiger's den."


Was the first Jesuit Mission of Moxos, founded in 1682 on the River Mamoré by Father Pedro Marban and about 600 Moremonos Indians . Today it is the religious center of pilgrimage for the Virgin of Loreto, Queen and Mother of Tears.


Small town 51 km. on the paved road to Santa Cruz, picturesque and peaceful, which is near Ibiato, the community of the Sirionó Indian territory.


This beautiful site, located in the Vaca Diez Province, it has the peculiar characteristics of all the peoples of the North, for its pleasant climate, rich flora, fauna and ranching and important production of rubber, nuts and wood. It is a natural beauty along the river Beni, which is interrupted by sharp waterfalls due to an unevenness of the rocks, which is called cachuela.


Located in the Vaca Diez Province, it is characterized by wood-based constructions, palms, etc.., Then by Guayaramerín, a border town on the shores of Mamoré River northeast of the country, forms along with Riberalta, two centers with booming production and commercialization of products and toursim.


Represent an ideal proposal for trips of contact with nature, watching endless variety of plants and animals, especially birds of beautiful colors. Also ideal to make direct contact with indigenous communities and appreciate their ancestral traditions.


Now constitutes a very small town with urban characteristics, has become a center for development of handicraft and agricultural production, 50 km away you can find the area of the Reserve of the Beni Biosphere Biological Station.



This enterprise is located in the department of Santa Cruz province, "Nuflo de Chávez in the town of Buena Vista in the community, "Candelaria".

Servicios: Albergue, guía local, alimentación, visita a sitios de interés natural y al centro artesanal.
Services: Shelter, local guide, meals, visits to sites of natural interest and crafts center.


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