Top Choice Museum in Trinidad

Kenneth Lee Ethno-Archaeological Museum

Named for the gringo querido del Beni, the beloved white man of the Amazon, this museum north of the center is considered the city's top cultural attraction. It exhibits artefacts from the Trinidad region, including…
Plaza in Trinidad

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 spend a pleasant evening eating ice cream and listening to the rhythmic drone …
Park in Trinidad

Parque Pantanal

On the road to the airport, this wooded park no longer serves as a wildlife rehab center – the inmates got a bit feisty – but it's still a nice place to wander the pathways and check out bird life, like the yellow-w…
Forest in Trinidad

Santuario Chuchini

The Santuario Chuchini (Jaguar's Lair) is one of the few easily accessible Paitití sites – mounds belonging to an ancient civilization. This wildlife sanctuary and camp sits on an 8ha loma (artificial mound). From t…
Church in Trinidad

Trinidad Cathedral

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 – …
Museum in Trinidad

Museo Ictícola

At the university 1.5km north of town along Cipriano Barace is the Museo Ictícola, an extensive aquarium featuring some of the 500 species of Amazonian fish; some pickled and preserved, some still swimming. The elec…
Plaza in Trinidad

Plazuela Natuch

Worth a quick look for the colourful Beni wall murals and statues of native wildlife, including a prone jaguar and a family of capybara. There are usually some stalls selling local artesanía, as well as canoodling t…
Statue in Trinidad

La Vaca y El Toro Statue