The Madidi National Park and Integrated Management Natural Park is a destination of incomparable natural beauty where 3,235 species live in perfect harmony with the human being. It is undoubtedly the protected area of greatest ecological and biogeographic relevance in Bolivia, and one of the most important in the world due to the high biodiversity and variety of ecosystems it presents. The eco-regions observed range from the high Andean zone, through humid mountain forests, to humid lowland forests, dry valleys, mesothermal, savannas, mountains and lowlands. Here 867 species of birds inhabit (85% of the country’s birds), 156 species of mammals, 84 species of amphibians, 71 species of reptiles and 192 species of fish, in addition to very diverse flora in which 1,865 species of higher plants and 2,873 probable species.
Río Beni: This incredible river originates from the foothills of the Andes Mountains. On its banks there is a significant diversity of precious woods and also offers a wide variety of fish species.
San Buenaventura: The Chimanes and Tacanas ethnic groups are settled in this town. 20 km. away is the “Strait of the Bullet”, named for the speed that vessels acquire when passing the site.
Tumupasa: Indigenous Amazonian population, where the native Tacana ethnic group retains its traditions and cultural customs with the greatest attachment. San José de Uchupiamonas: In the humid and mountainous jungle, it has the most considerable wealth of flora and fauna in the region.
Chalalán: Population located in the Tuichi River of the Department of La Paz, is the base of the Chalalán tourist circuit that includes a part of the Madidi National Park, where the indigenous community of San José de Uchupiamonas intends to guarantee a sustainable management of the natural resources of the area, preserve its environment and promote its development.