Madidi National Park is located in the upper basin of Bolivia’s Amazon and has an approximate area of 18,000 square kilometers. This national park is one of the largest protected areas on the planet and its characteristic habitats make it one of the most biodiverse and intact ecosystems in South America. Therefore it has become a popular attraction to many scientists around the globe. From Andean mountains to the rainforest, Madidi National Park is home to a vast number of species including monkeys, birds, insects, amphibians and mammals. UNESCO designated a special permit for local indigenous communities to establish their homes along the Tuichi River, allowing the use of natural resources. Bolivia is undoubtedly a one of a kind destination.
Published in September, 2020