Each $ 0.5 invested in tourism generates more than $ 2 for the local economy. The municipalities around the reserve are also benefited.
The goal is implement the project “Contribution in building and operation of a functional operating unit tourism in SERNANP”
Watch a sunset to 40 meters of height, crossing the river by kayak, fish piranhas, sleep huddled by all the sounds of the jungle. That and more offers this experience, do you dare?
With a unique nature, the land of this people dominated by Incas guard magnificent scenery and historic ruins. Could flourish with tourism.
The Mosetene Tsimane people from Bolivia, with a ecotourism community project can preserve their habitat and way of life, in an initiative recognized by the United Nations.
Tumichucua captivates visitors with presence in its waters of a teardrop-shaped island, which the community considered a floating island.