Turismo Moxos organizes three-day dolphin cruises on the Río Ibare, visits to Sirionó villages, four-day canoe safaris into the jungle...
Worth a quick look for the colourful Beni wall murals and statues of native wildlife, including a prone jaguar and a family of capybara....
At the university 1.5km north of town along Cipriano Barace is the Museo Ictícola, an extensive aquarium featuring 400 species of...
Trinidad’s most-famous restaurant unfortunately doesn’t live up to the hype. Give the greasy and overpriced à la carte meals a miss and...
Plaza Gral José Ballivián · interesting places nearby
Trinidad Cathedral information
On the south side of Plaza Gral José Ballivián, Trinidad's cathedral was built between 1916 and 1931 on the site of a Jesuit church. It's not a particularly impressive building and doesn't even have its own bells - the on-the-hour bell ringing is played off a cassette and tends to sound like a cockerel on fire.