The Madidi National Park is home to over 6000 species of plants, several birds and vertebrates. There are quite a number of eco-lodges located inside the park where visitors can stay for a while when exploring the park area. There are several cultures that have originated in the area such as the Tacana, the Mosete, Tsimane and the Ese Ejja.
The Madidi National Park is easily accessible from Rurrenabaque on crossing the Beni River. It is important for visitors to hire a good tour guide who can take them around the beautiful park. Visitors usually take the theme paths along which they can observe the wildlife and learn about the ecosystem of the forest. Visitors can also get several opportunities of enjoying a boat ride along the river and also opportunities of bird watching and insect watching. The lagoon is good enough to enjoy a refreshing swim.
The eco-lodges in the park offer traditional lunches and dinner that visitors can enjoy. The food provided is not halal. Visitors can however relish the delicious fish that is served at these eco-lodges. The Madidi National Park features a diversity of landscapes. From snow-capped mountains in the Apolobamba range of the Andes to the tropical lowlands in the Amazon there are numerous ecosystems that can be explored in the Madidi National Park.
There are several tour operators that offer several tour packages to explore the Madidi National Park. It is important that visitors should get complete information on the tour and its pricing before booking one.