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Tuichi River

Tuichi River
Madidi National Park
Country Bolivia
Region La Paz Department
Municipality Franz Tamayo Province,
Abel Iturralde Province
Mouth Beni River

The Tuichi River (in Spanish Río Tuichi) is a river in the Madidi National Park in the north of Bolivia. The Tuichi River flows through the rainforest and joins the Beni River south of Rurrenabaque.

One tour company operates in the Tuichi River area. Berraco del Madidi is a Bolivian rainforest ecocamp specializing in multi-day tours in Madidi National Park. They offer activities such as hiking, rafting and fishing, each led by a professional indigenous guide.

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Coordinates: 14°21′S 67°57′W / 14.35°S 67.95°W / -14.35; -67.95

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