Welcome to Parque Nacional Madidi


The populated portions of the park along the Río Tuichi have been accorded a special Unesco designation permitting indigenous inhabitants to utilize traditional forest resources, but the park has also been named as a site for a major hydroelectric scheme. Illicit logging has damaged several areas around the perimeter and the debate continues over road building and oil exploration. With President Morales opening all Bolivian parks to oil and gas exploration, environmentalists are holding their collective breath.


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Parque Nacional Madidi in detail