Área Natural de Manejo Integrado Nacional Apolobamba
Welcome to Área Natural de Manejo Integrado Nacional Apolobamba
In the late 1990s the Reserva Nacional de Fauna Ulla Ulla was renamed the Área Natural de Manejo Integrado Nacional (Anmin) Apolobamba and was expanded by nearly 300,000 hectares to 484,000 hectares. It now includes the entire Cordillera Apolobamba and most of the renowned Lagunillas–Agua Blanca trek along the range’s eastern slopes. At its northern end, it abuts Parque Nacional Madidi to form one of the western hemisphere’s most extensive protected areas.
The park is home to several thousand alpacas and vicuñas, and also has one of Bolivia’s densest condor populations. In addition to popular hiking routes, you’ll find excellent wild trekking around Lagos Cololo, Nube, Quello, Kanahuma and Pullo Pullo, all of which enjoy snow-covered backdrops and rich waterbird populations, including flamingos and several species of Andean geese.