Centro Artesanal Moxos
At the university 1.5km north of town along Cipriano Barace is the Museo Ictícola, an extensive aquarium featuring 400 species of...
The Santuario Chuchini (Jaguar's Lair) is one of the few easily accessible Paitití sites - mounds belonging to an ancient civilization....
Plaza Gral José Ballivián
Trinidad’s loveliest feature is Plaza Gral José Ballivián, with its tall, tropical trees, lush gardens and community atmosphere. You can...
Right on the plaza, in a shady, breezy courtyard, the lovely social club is a local family favorite. The generous two-course lunch menu...
Lonely Planet review
Local Beni crafts, including weavings, woodwork and ceramics, are sold at the Centro Artesanal Moxos, 300m southwest of town along the river. Look out for the pifano , an indigenous flute made from the wing bone of the Jabiru stork using a technique more than 1000 years old – it’s the staple instrument of the unique Moxos music.