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Turismo y Cultura

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

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: How birdwatching tourism and three Quechua communities can help a critically endangered bolivian species

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.

Takesi Route: an adventure through three ancient ecosystems

In addition to trekking on pre-Columbian trails, this community tourism adventure offered in La Paz department includes activities such as agrotourism, gastronomic tourism, birdwatching tours, and fishing tours.

Luribay: “Ruta de los Sabores (Flavors Route)”, in a high-altitude valley in La Paz department

This destination allows the rich colonial architecture exploration which has survived the test of time, as well as the wines and artisan singani - (brandy distilled from white Muscat of Alexandria grapes) uniqueflavor variety.

Gastronomic tourism on the highest navigable lake in the world shores

Climate change has had a negative impact on the communities near Titicaca Lake's agricultural production and biodiversity. Faced with this situation, the Santiago de Huata families have chosen to diversify their income sources through biocultural and gastronomic tourism. With the "KOA", restaurant & lake cabins community project, they seek to increase their resilience to the global warming effects.

Kasa Achuta, immerse yourself in the Tiwanaku culture

Visit fascinating archaeological sites and learn about the ancient Andean agro-pastoral practice. Also learn traditional medicine secrets and enjoy the area gastronomy.
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