Bolivian Parks. In this section you can get to know more about Bolivian national parks, natural areas and even Bolivian theme parks.
Parks in Bolivia are truly impressive, due to the country’s naturally beautiful landscapes and diverse flora and fauna. In this section you can get to know more about Bolivian national parks, natural areas and even Bolivian theme parks.
Bolivian natural parks are so large and full of natural resources (particularly the Kaa-Iya de Gran Chaco Park which is the biggest in South America) that they surround and protect thousands of species, as well as some of the indigenous people of Bolivia.
Some of Bolivia’s national parks even encompass a variety of ecosystems and climates, due to the vast areas that they cover. There are the hot and humid rainforest areas of the Amazon, dry planes and the rocky peaks and valleys of the Andes, so you can discover any type of natural, or all of it!
Water parks in Bolivia can also be found around the major cities such as Santa Cruz and there are also many zoos and urban parks, all of which are good fun for families and children. Perhaps one of the most unique parks of Bolivia is the Dinosaur park, just outside Sucre, which preserves the world’s largest collection of dinosaur footprints, which are almost 70 million years old. Bolivian parks really are an asset to the country, so find out more about them here.