Bolivian lakes


300 km away to the north of La Paz, is located this bustling frontier settlement on the Rio Beni, the most charming village in the lowlands of Bolivia.

The original inhabitants of the area, The Tacana Indians, were one of the few lowland tribes who resisted Christianity and Western civilization. The surrounding rainforest is rich in flora and fauna from the Amazon, and the village is an ideal starting point for doing wonderful walks through the virgin nature.


Bolivian fauna