town in the Beni Department of northern Bolivia
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San Ignacio de Moxos is a town in Beni Department.


The church in San Ignacio de Moxos

San Ignacio is known for its native costumes and Jesuit mission.

Get inEdit

You can come by a shared taxi (leave when full) from Trinidad or San Borja (or Rurrenabaque). From San Borja it takes 3.5 hr and costs Bs. 70, the road is a mix of gravel and dirt.

The bus terminal is east of the town (Trinidad side), but it's not a long walk to the main plaza.

Get aroundEdit

On foot or by mototaxi.


Main square and the church is nice. There is another (older, but more natural) square (or park) on the way to the bus terminal.


Participate in town events (some part of them around the church), where you can get a glimpse at traditional costumes. For more info on events, ask in the Beni department tourist office in Trinidad or ask locals.

  • 1 Laguna Isirere (Isiriri qucha). Take a dip in the refreshing waters of this lagoon near San Ignacio de Moxos.





  • Alojamiento (near service area, where shared taxis from San Borja stop; some 3 blocks from the center). Very basic, little cleanness, a bit broken. May be cold and noisy to sleep. Bs. 50 a night for a bed in triple room.

Several accommodation options exist in this area, just ask around, starting from Bs. 35.

Go nextEdit

  • Trinidad – A pleasant town, which has a couple of attractions itself, and can serve as a gateway to more places in Beni. More - you can take a multi-day boat ride via Mamore river starting from near Trinidad and up to Guayaramerín at the border with Brazil.
  • Rurrenabaque – A laid-back town offering superb jungle (e.g. Serere reserve, Madidi National Park) and pampas tours.

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