Madidi National Park
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Madidi National Park is located in the northeastern region of Bolivia, with the Apolobamba Park and Biosphere Reserve of the Pilon Lajas Communal Lands to the south.
This group of protected lands makes up one of the most biodiverse areas on the planet. Madidi Park is home to more than six thousand species of plants, 1,370 species of vertebrate animals, and approximately 1,000 species of neotropical birds. It is the center of endemic plants of the continent, an extremely important conservation area.
It is also stunningly beautiful, with Whitewater Rivers that flow down the green mountain slopes, and lush wilderness lowlands. In short, this is a nature lover’s paradise, as close to the true Amazon experience as most humans will ever experience.
You can find this absolutely "must-see" spot in the following link to the list of programs that we offer, as examples:
SALAR DE UYUNI AND THE COLORED LAGOONS
AMAZON TOUR - ROAD OF DEATH