Madidi National Park
Bolivia’s Amazon Basin accounts for over two thirds of the country – most of this vast region has not been touched by man to date, and it is covered by steamy jungles and flat savannah lands, bursting in all manner of wildlife.
Bolivia’s newest and best eco- tourism destination is the Madidi National Park. It covers 4.7 million acres and encompasses 6,000 glaciers, rainforests, pampas, cloudy and dry forests. “Boasts the greatest bio- diversity of any protected area on earth” (Footprint Handbooks). “Manu National Park in Peru is widely though t to be the best eco-tourism destination in the Amazon, but Madidi beats Manu hands down” (National Geographic).