Community tourism, Bolivia Rainforest
Community tourism at its best on this visit to Bolivia's Madidi National Park, one of the most bio-diverse rainforest areas in the Amazon.
The richness of Madidi National Park's flora is astounding.
In combination with the neighbouring Tambopata-Candamo Reserve, in Peru, it is thought to be the most bio-diverse of all the South American national parks.
You stay at Chalalan eco-lodge, a community tourism project designed to benefit the whole community creating an alternative sustainable economic activity while preserving the resources of Madidi National park.
Explore Madidi, Amazon rainforest
We have the opportunity to explore the varied ecosystems of the rainforest. We spend time visting streams, dominant fruiting trees, claylicks and wetlands, where wildlife forages and congregates.
Local expert guides will introduce us to the subtle and intricate beauty within Madidi's forest, explain the the behavior and ecology of local wildlife and the use of plants in the lives of native people for sustenance, construction, art and medicine.
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