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“Ecotourism in Chocaya”, enjoy nature in Cochabamba

With a wide variety of tourist activities and a welcoming community, this is an ideal destination for those looking to rest in a quiet and welcoming place.

 Red-fronted Macaw: How birdwatching tourism and three Quechua communities can help a critically endangered...

San Carlos, Perereta, and Amaya, located in Cochabamba, central part of Bolivia, have been engaged in specialized tourism for 17 years, generating resources to support education, sports, and other areas. The Red-fronted Macaw Community Reserve is the most important natural nesting site for this bird. Situated in an agricultural area, it serves as a refuge for this and 134 other bird species.

Red-fronted Macaw Reserve, a place for sustainable tourism and help conserve a species that...

Birdwatching lovers have the ideal spot at this site, where three communities protect the largest and most significant habitat for Red-fronted Macaw species. It also has more than 184-bird species.

La Phia Community: Protector of the kewinas long-lived forests

This Cochabamba community is famous for its kewinas forests, attractions that are part of its ecotourism route.

Incallajta: A trip to the Inca citadel

Located in Cochabamba, Incallajta is an Inca fortress that has survived to this day, with a monumental architecture similar to that of the Inca Machu Picchu city in Peru. Thanks to a tourism project, community members provide services to visit this and other attractions in the Pocona municipality.

Umajalanta cabins: a break in the dinosaurs’ land

This Torotoro community tourism initiative provides a complete service, which allows you to enjoy local gastronomy and a stay in a place surrounded by impressive mountain formations.

The community that learned to conserve nature seeks to reactivate ecotourism

Villa Amboró was one of the first community-based tourism projects in Bolivia. For years, its inhabitants managed to make this activity a complement to sustainable agriculture. Now they hope to receive visitors again, in order to continue with the project.