Visit Pando Department

Pando is a department located in the north-eastern region of Bolivia. It is bordered by Beni and La Paz, and serves as an important gateway to the Amazon Basin. One of the most popular tourist attractions in Pando is Rurrenabaque, a bustling town situated on the edge of Bolivia's largest lake - Lake Titicaca. Here, visitors can explore local markets, enjoy delicious traditional food, or take part in unique activities such as fishing and kayaking.

One of Pando's most renowned historical sites is Portachuelo de Carrasco National Monument, which dates back to pre-Columbian times. This archaeological site features impressive rock formations that are believed to have been used for religious ceremonies by ancient civilizations such as the Aymara people who lived in this area thousands of years ago.

Another must-see destination when visiting Pando is Madidi National Park - one of Bolivia's most biodiverse protected areas. Spanning over 19,000 square kilometers (7346 sq mi), visitors can immerse themselves in lush tropical forests while exploring diverse wildlife species found here including jaguars, capuchin monkeys and pink river dolphins.

Cities in Pando Department