Bolivia | Madidi NP lays claim to being world’s most biodiverse PA
Madidi National Park in Bolivia goes from lowland to mountaintop, from 600 feet to almost 20,000 feet above sea level. It covers more than 7,000 square miles of wildly different habitats. It is, says Rob Wallace, an ecologist with the Wildlife Conservation Society in Bolivia, “a place where the Amazon meets the Andes.”
It has cloud forests, lowland jungle, rivers, streams, wetlands. It even has glaciers.