A journey through the Chiquiania region in Bolivia’s east will reveal magnificent tropical scenery, heavenly Jesuit churches and warm camba (lowlander) hospitality.
Noel Kempff is the final frontier – so far off the beaten track a charter plane is often required just to get there. Those who make the journey will discover a pristine jungle, an abundance of wildlife and picturesque landscapes.
Did you know there is a desert with sand dunes right in the middle of Bolivia’s tropical lowlands? Just a short drive from Santa Cruz, this geological marvel is a great place to go sand boarding. There are some excellent wildlife spotting opportunities nearby as well.
Bolivia’s largest National Park is one of the best places on the planet to spot wild jaguars. With a hot, semi-arid climate, the isolated Kaa Iya National Park is located in a far flung corner of the country and is entirely managed by local indigenous tribes.
This virtually unheard of eco-tourism project sits right in the heart of eastern Bolivia’s agricultural district. Money raised from wildlife tours goes directly into replacing cattle that have been eaten by big cats, which consequently discourages local farmers from shooting them.
This is a wonderful National Park that sees just a handful of visitors due to its inaccessibility. Sajama boasts an assortment of high altitude lagoons, hot springs, volcanoes and plenty of alpacas.
This beautiful three day trek begins at a high mountain pass and descends through glacial valleys and traditional indigenous settlements before arriving in the lush semi-tropical Yungas region. Go it alone for a truly solitary experience.
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