In the paralyzing heat of the day, strenuous activity is suspended and you’ll find yourself clambering into the nearest hammock. Cool...
At Puerto Beni-Mamoré, within walking distance of the center, you can watch the hand-carving and construction of small boats and dugouts...
Riberalta’s cathedral is a wonderful structure in classic Missionary style, wide and elegant, built using red brick and cedar. It sits...
Club Social El Progreso
This place serves inexpensive almuerzos, good filtered coffee, drinks and fine desserts.
Lonely Planet review
This is Riberalta’s most upscale restaurant, leading the residents to nickname it Tropicarísimo (very expensive…). Gargantuan portions of meat, chicken and fish accompanied by salad, rice and fried manioc feed two or three normal-sized people, though the profusion of animal skins and stuffed wildlife hanging off the walls are a turn off.