3 Days Madidi National Park
No adventure in Bolivia is complete until you visit the most biodiverse national park on the planet.
Explore Madidi's most pristine side, get marveled by the ecosystems and wildlife, and sleep suspended between ancient trees.
The jewel of Bolivia’s ecotourism crown
The Madidi National Park is one of the 22 national protected areas of Bolivia. It was founded in 1995 and since a scientific expedition in 2017, Madidi is considered the most bio-diverse region on the planet.
From ancient dinosaur relatives (black giant caimans) to colored tortoises.
Placing Bolivia as the perfect place for bird-watching tourism.
Around 270 species
Including endangered protected and well-conserved species.
You'll fall in love with their beautiful colors and shapes.
But that's not all.
The Madidi is also home to 496 species of fish, including the golden fish and many different species of piranhas, catfish, and more. Amphibians reach an amount of 213 species, but those are the least researched so it's not a surprise to find species that scientists haven't discovered yet.