The Department of Beni identified as the hills of the Amazonian culture, located north of the Bolivian territory, with its trinity capital at a height of 156 m.s.n.m. Each site is a discovery of new horizons, where an extraordinary conjunction between living and historical nature is found. In addition to its natural beauty it has important archaeological zones and ethical settlements.
They are located between the Andes and the Guaporé River, are platforms built by different civilizations settled in that territory about 5,500 years ago. It is possible to observe the Amazonian flora and fauna in all its magnitude.
It is located northeast of Trinidad at 12 kilometers and on the banks of the Ibore river, a river of clear and warm waters, where you can see beautiful landscapes, as well as birds and animals of different species.
It is located north of La Paz, is a region where nature invites lovers of ecological adventure, to discover and enjoy it. Through its lands flow rivers of extraordinary beauty, like the Mother of God. Beni, Itenes and Mamoré, whose waters unite picturesque villages and indigenous towns that have kept their traditions intact throughout the centuries. This town offers visitors all the amenities such as hotels, hostels, restaurants and other services. It has exuberant and paradisiacal landscapes.
It is also one of the regions that keep alive the ethnic groups of Caimanes, Mosetenes, Chamas and Tacanas.
In Rurrenabaque. Beni, it is still possible to enjoy one of the few remaining virgin forests in South America and you can see monkeys, jaguars, anacondas, river alligators, more than 200 species of birds, butterflies and a variety of flora. between those that excel the trees of the rubber and the chestnut tree.
Flora and fauna. The biological station of Beni, Biosphere Reserve, Madidi National Park, the San Rafael Wildlife Refuge in Trinidad, the Beni and Pando lagoons, El Dorado Refuge and other parks and wildlife reserves are some of the places where you can appreciate an exuberant variety of Amazon flora and fauna.
Capital Cobija "La Perla del Acre"
The tropical paradise of the Amazon, which shelters the original tribes of the Paca Huaraz, Yaminahuas, Machineris, Ese Egas, Tacanas and Araonas. He is the youngest son of Bolivia, from his bowels was born rubber and chestnut. Trees never lose their leaves at any time of the year. In the diversity of its fauna 176 species of mammals stand out, 437 species of birds, 80 reptiles, 46 of amphibians, 237 of fish and 439 of insects. Among the representative fauna is the Jaguar, the puma, the tiger, the mountain cat and many others.
One of the tourist attractions is the Manuripi National Wildlife Reserve, whose surface area is 747,000 hectares. This protected area has areas of great scenic beauty of forests, rivers and lagoons. The same ones that are suitable for commercial navigation and recreation.
Another of the sites with attractive tourist attractions is the May something, located at 111km. From the city of Cobija, in its crystalline waters you can see an infinity of fish, birds, lizards and other species. There is a great variety of orchids and aquatic plants that enrich the site, which can be accessed by road to the Manuripi River and then navigate to the heart of the lake.