DWG Map Santa Cruz de la Sierra Bolivia

Santa Cruz de la Sierra, located in eastern Bolivia, is surrounded by a variety of nature parks and reserves that showcase the country’s rich biodiversity and natural beauty. Here are some of the notable nature parks and reserves in the Santa Cruz de la Sierra region:

  1. Amboró National Park: Amboró National Park is one of Bolivia’s most renowned protected areas and a true ecological treasure. It is characterized by lush rainforests, cloud forests, and a diverse range of flora and fauna. The park is home to over 800 bird species, including colorful toucans and parrots, and a wide variety of mammals, such as jaguars, ocelots, and spectacled bears.
  2. Noel Kempff Mercado National Park: Located in the north of Santa Cruz, this national park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers a remarkable blend of tropical rainforests, savannas, and stunning waterfalls. Visitors can explore its unique landscapes, observe wildlife like capybaras and giant river otters, and enjoy activities like hiking and bird watching.
  3. Kaa-Iya del Gran Chaco National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area: This park is known for its unique blend of dry forests and wetlands in the Gran Chaco region. It’s an important area for biodiversity conservation, hosting a variety of wildlife, including giant anteaters, pumas, and various bird species. It’s also an excellent destination for ecotourism and cultural experiences with indigenous communities.
  4. Güembe Biocenter: Although not a national park, Güembe Biocenter is a privately owned ecological park located near Santa Cruz de la Sierra. It features lush gardens, butterfly and bird aviaries, a swimming pool, and various leisure activities. It’s a great place for a family outing and a chance to relax amidst nature.
  5. Guapomó Biological Station: This reserve is known for its extensive research efforts in tropical ecology and biodiversity. While it’s primarily a research station, it sometimes offers guided tours and educational programs for visitors interested in learning more about the region’s unique flora and fauna.
  6. Lomas de Arena Regional Park: Located just a short drive from the city of Santa Cruz, this park is famous for its vast sand dunes that resemble a desert landscape. It’s a popular spot for sandboarding, picnicking, and enjoying the local flora and fauna.

These nature parks and reserves in and around Santa Cruz de la Sierra offer a diverse range of ecosystems, from tropical rainforests to unique Chaco landscapes, making them a paradise for nature enthusiasts, bird watchers, and those seeking adventure and ecotourism opportunities in Bolivia.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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