Welcome to the picture album of Beni department of Bolivia. Here you will find photographs of the main attractions in Beni that are visited by one or more Bolivian Experience tours. Some are not on a scheduled tour, but can be visited if you wish so. We can put together a tour just for you and your friends.
Beni, is a northeastern department of Bolivia, in the lowlands region of the country. It is the second largest department in the country, covering 213,564 square kilometers (82,458 sq mi). With a population of 362,521 (2001 census), Beni is the most sparsely populated of the nine departments of Bolivia. Its weather is warm to hot and humid.
Beni borders upon Brazil to the northeast, and the departments of Santa Cruz to the southeast, La Paz to the west, Pando to the northwest, and Cochabamba to the south. Beni's territory is mainly covered by rainforest and pampa. Three of the country's main lakes are located in the department of Beni. Although Beni is rich in natural resources, the poverty level of its inhabitants is high. The main economic activities are agriculture, timber and cattle.
If there is a site which you would like to visit and which is not listed here (or has no tour code associated with it), please do not hesitate to contact us, and we will let you know about the possible accessibility of the site with our tours.
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