Bolivia Ancestral .com


Viajes Ancestrales have trips for both, those who want to be comfortable sleeping on an hotel, and those who love to spend the night outside with the Milky Way as a view, and the vegetation music numbing/jumping you into Nirvana.

Of course we will take care of the alligators and anacondas not coming to eat you, which directions are the condors coming, grabbing a hand to lift you up in the riffs, directing the boat or pulling from the bottom on alligator’s red eyes night views and other boat trips;, showing you the different sounds in nature and what it means each one, softly horning as a last resource to make animals go away from the road, because we need to keep going on many others things inside the country: ancient religions, shamanic wisdom, multicultural ethnobotanics, breathtaking landscapes.

The Biodiversity in Bolivia, includes multi Ethnical, Natives, Nomads, and Ice Aged Migrational groups.

Hundreds of artificial hydraulic engineering complex, on thousands of lineal meters on Amazonian middle basin, managed during long periods of time, since 400 AC, until 1200 AD, teachers of Inca’s knowledge and landscapes domesticators, natural life builders whom contacted others groups in South America, like the  Atacameño culture in north Chile, and Guaranies in Samaipata area, they were allowed to carve one of the tops of the Andean mountains around Samaipata town, an  old territory protected by guaranies frontiers expanders soldiers: the Chiriguanos, considered as the terror and nightmares for the European soldiers and priests during  colonial period in South America. Nowadays, this nation is the less protected and systematically  destroyed, come to see communities in the Chaco area along Parapeti River and Kaa Iya Protected Natural Area and how the keep their culture alive


Bolivian food is very rich in elements and textures. Bolivia has many altitudinal levels, from top snowed Andean Volcanoes trough tropical swamps areas at only 89 meters over the sea level, fact that produces food in a very diverse vegetation, weathers, water /dry seasons, and overall, water coming down the mountains and fertilizing all of our soil in an amazing wide range of products cooked by:

-Andean Aymaras

-Valley Quechuas

-South west Amazonians Guaranies

-East Polynesian Besiros  or “Chiquitanos

-North and north east Amazonians Mayan nahuatls called “Moxos”

-Other hundred groups spread around the country geography.


Bolivia is wild, is unmannered, young but ancient, maybe the last area where natural and healthy environment surrounds everything, a particular place for viewing unexplainable but beautiful events, your chance to listen deeply the nature breathing. Our culture is constantly mixing new elements; we are always changing


Bolivian routes, patches of water /during the journey / with lillies, frogs and birds to take pictures, butterflies on the cows maneur, palms with  woodpecker holes



There are 16 guides in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Japanese, Italian and Arabic.


You choose the places you like, how many days, where to stay, we custom your requires, welcome.



Bolivia has always been considered as an Andean country, well, only 28 % is Andes,  then,  is low, humid and diverse in types of forest, natives cultures, geographical formations, and overall, biodiversity, like nothing in the world.


Precambrians ancient rock formations, beginning of Earth surface, without methamorphic changes, natural dwells, humid small forest between the mountains, with their own environment, rock climbing up and down in surreal blu skies, breathtaking waterfalls, a private spa with the tucavaca valley view and one meter in front of you , a hundred meters deep bottom.


Misiones, a place where Jesuit missions and Masonic elements inside collide, where a little bit northern people speaks Arawak, nahuatl root, Mayan origin, what where the mayans doing in southamerican amazon?

Indigenous people with indonisean and mongol background, composing European barroc music, making violins from bambooes, and 7 churches and many communities, with 90 % native citizens. The Orquid Sanctuary El Encanto village, with the endemic Cathleya nobilior sp.


Noel Kempff Mercado National Park, a plateau 30 days walking crossing, north to south or opoosite, Rainbow (N), Pauserna (N) and EL Encanto (S) waterfalls, the best chance to see mammals in the wildlife (Pink dolphin, otters, gigant otters, capibaras, caiman alligators, etc. And strangefuly with matter ot time happening more frecuent than in another places. Also a place full of non frecuent minerals like tantalium, niobium, uranium, mica, etc.