Bolivia Nature and Wildlife Tours
Tucked in the heart of South America between the towering peaks of the Andes and free-flowing tributaries of the Amazon basin, Bolivia seemingly has a little bit of everything. When it comes to sheer beauty and natural extremes, few countries come close to this one.
Reach for Bolivia’s diverse and breath-taking scenery, and not just because it contains parts of the Amazon rainforest and Andes mountain range.
With unique flora & fauna and deep-rooted local culture, this small country is one of the most varied, intriguing and off-the-beaten-track places you’ll ever explore. Guaranteed!
• over 40 million ha of relatively intact natural forest with very high biodiversity
• some 17,000 species of vascular plants including hundreds of orchids, succulents, bromeliads and ferns
• more than 1,400 bird species, including 20 endemics and many rare and endangered macaws
• nearly 400 species of mammals, including jaguars and howler monkeys, giant otters, vizcachas…
Enjoy Bolivia’s stunning diversity and learn about this Neotropical Hotspot.
A boutique tour operator and niche business, Bolivia Naturally specialises in exclusive wildlife itineraries to Bolivia’s most enriching destinations.
This Bolivia specialist has a simple aim – to help satiate your natural curiosity through authentic experiences.
Building on their small size and local advantage, the company offers highly personalised opportunities to see the top sites, travelling by air, four-wheel-drive vehicles, boats and canoes and, of course, on foot in the company of expert wildlife guides.
Bolivia Naturally develops soft adventure tours including birdwatching, wildlife viewing, natural history, culture and ecotourism programs in rural Bolivia. They have built up a solid reputation by delivering unique adventures in a reliable, educational and enjoyable environment.
Bolivia Naturally has been in operation since 1984 and is the premier provider of Bolivia tour packages.
For outstanding Nature and Wildlife holidays in the heart of South America, choose Bolivia, naturally!
Macaws and Nature Photography Tour
Birding Central Bolivia
Birding Western Bolivia
Bolivia Wildlife Photo Tour
Bolivia Wildlife Conservation Tour
Customised Bolivia Tours
For more information about Bolivia Nature and Wildlife Tours visit the Bolivia Naturally website.
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Bolivian River Dolphin
Bolivia’s Big Cats
Giant River Otter
Bolivian Titi Monkeys
Confined to the high mountain region of the tropical Andes there remains only a small percentage left of the original Polylepis woodlands of keñua trees that are home to many specialised birds and wildlife, now threatened by habitat fragmentation and global change.
Ancient rainforest is another big draw for visitors coming to Bolivia. Going back in time while entering the realm of the great ferns, you’re welcome to walk amongst giants that are hundreds of years old. Moss and lichens, giant fern as tall as large trees, reaching more than 4 meters high…
Marvel at unparalleled floristic diversity and explore the rugged mountains of central Bolivia on a botanical tour with emphasis on the Plants and Wildflowers of your choice—Cacti & other Succulents, Bromeliads, Orchids & other Epiphytes…
Community-based Fire Management Initiatives in Bolivia
Fires sweep across Bolivia every year.
Fire incidence has increased in recent years, damaging and transforming wild areas into degraded forests, savannas and sterile lands. Severe events have been registered in which hectares of forests and wild lands burned, in some cases recurrently.
Bolivia Naturally partners with a number of local agencies and at the ground level (municipalities) to educate and train local populations in community-based fire management.
Scope of operations includes vulnerability and impact analysis and – most importantly – awareness raising and training addressed to ranchers associations, farmers, local social groups, indigenous communities and the general public.
Current challenges include integrating fire management in forest and landscape management – from early warning systems to post-fire tree regeneration – in Bolivian tropical forests.
Your tourism dollars help local communities who live with and steward nature, protecting the environment and improving livelihoods by strengthening local capabilities in the establishment of good practices in fire management.