National Park was created in 1995 in the Northwest of Bolivia.
It protects a full array of ecosystems, from the high Andes to
the Amazon Basin, a vast wilderness of 4,500,000 acres encompassing
unparalleled biological diversity ranging from cloud forest to
dry tropical forest, humid lowland rainforest to savannah, wild
rivers to lakes.
Madidi National Park
This park is home to more than 1000 species of birds,
44% of all New World species of mammals and an estimated 38% of
neotropical amphibians. It is also a critical global hotspot for