Take a taxi 1.5km out of town to the university
MUSEO ICTICOLA (FISH FAUNA MUSEUM)
2.5km from the city centre at the UAB University campus
Over 400 species of fish and the third largest of its kind in Latin America
This natural bathing spot lies 8km from the city on the banks of the River Ibare. A fabulous place to take a canoe and swim with the river dolphins. Fish is the fare of the day!
13km from the city on the banks of the River Mamoré, warm waters, pink dolphins and Tarije´ños out and about on a Sunday eating fish!
The Jaguar's Den lies in an area teeming with these creatures. It is an ancient Paititi site and is built on one of the 20,000 mounds hat make up the Moxos agricultural and hydraulic system. There is an archeological museum on site containing over 10,000 pieces. Ecological walks take you to other mounds through jungle home to alligators, a myriad of birds (90 species), 15 species of fish and over 100 flora - ferns being especially abundant here. Hike over to the lagoon where you will find a floating island inhabited by alligators, lizards, ferns and other trees.
Contact Lorena or Efrém Hinojoso Tel. 462 19 68 for prices to stay there.
SWIM WITH PINK RIVER DOLPHINS IN THE IBARE RIVER
A large artificial lake 5km outside the city constructed by the Paititi and called it Socoreno (Animal Lake)
SAN IGNACIO DE MOXOS