Madidi National Park
7,320 square miles (roughly the size of Israel) make up the biological and cultural reserve of Madidi National Park. With over 163,000 species of fauna and flora, Madidi is one of (if not the) most biological diverse regions in the world. Home to indigenous communities of Tacanas, Moseten, Tsimane, and Ese' Ejja tribes, the park is a confluence of cultures, histories, and adventures.
Madidi National Park is one of the treasures of South America, nestled in the heart of the Bolivian Amazon
Pilon Lajas Biological & Indigenous Reserve
Lying just opposite Madidi National Park on the Beni River, Pilon Lajas further complements the region's biodiversity with its rich wilderness. Pilon Lajas is home to approximately twenty five communities who reside along the banks of its main artery, the Quiquibey River. These communities are comprised of Moseten, Tacana, Lecos, and Tsimané ethnic groups.