Hola y bienvenidos a Lalibelle. Soy Vale y ahora les estoy compartiendo imágenes de la Amazonía boliviana (uno de mis lugares favoritos). Empecé con el blog de viajes hace poco con el objetivo de inspirar a otros a viajar a través de mis fotos, experiencias y brindándoles información que espero les sea útil. Aquí encontrarán información sobre Bolivia (porque creo que tenemos mucho por ofrecer) y también otros lugares; no soy una viajera a tiempo completo, tengo dos trabajos que amo y que me mantienen ocupada pero que no me alejan de esta pasión. •
Hello and welcome to Lalibelle, I’m Vale and currently sharing some posts about the Bolivian Amazon (one of my favorite places in the world). I started this blog not long ago with the purpose of inspiring others while sharing some of my pictures, experiences and useful information, mostly of Bolivia since I think we have so much to offer, but also other destinations since I try to travel as much as I can. I’m not a full time traveler, I have two jobs which I love and keep me occupied most of the time but they haven’t kept me away from my passion which is traveling and discovering the world.
Have you ever seen an anaconda up close? I found this beauty on our first Pampas walk early in the morning. This is a special species of anaconda endemic of Bolivia, it was 2 meters long and a male (female anacondas are bigger).
While you’re looking at this reptile it’s important for me to tell you about what happens on regular tours to the Pampas, since you might not know how important it is to choose a responsible tour operator. Most of the agencies will offer standard tours that try to sell you the “jungle and Pampas experience” including lots of wildlife that can be part of your entertainment so you can hold them and play with them; this tours are often cheaper that other Companies that practice responsible tourism.
Pampas is an amazing place to watch wildlife on their natural habitat, it’s important to understand it’s their home and we should be respectful about that; they’re not toys and most of all they’re are not there for your entertainment. What’s beautiful about this place is that you can see them very close, you can take amazing pictures and keep your distance so you won’t bother them.
We stumbled upon this anaconda and stopped for some pics without getting on it’s way, it was soon gone (not too soon because they’re quite slow).
All across northern Bolivia huge trucks cross big rivers with smaller boats or motors pushing them to the other side. In Rurre they cross over to San Buenaventura to continue their way to the north.
En todo el norte de Bolivia, enormes camiones cruzan grandes ríos con embarcaciones más pequeñas o motores que los empujan hacia el otro lado. En Rurre cruzan a San Buenaventura para continuar su camino hacia el norte.