Guayaramerin

Guyaramer

Guyaramerín is a city within the Bolivian department of Beni. Guayaramerín is the capital of the municipality of Guayaramerín in the province of Vaca Díez. Discover Guayaramerín holiday and discover the best time and places to visit. Guyaramerín is located in the northeast of Bolivia. Guyaramerín has a small airport, which is served by TAM (Transporte Aereo Militar) and Aerocon.

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Guayaramerín is the main town in the province of Vaca Díez. Guyaramerín is situated on the western side of the river Mamoré, opposite the Brasilian village Guajará-Mirim. It' a harbour with a standing Bolivian naval dock. The Guayaramerín airport is situated just outside the town and is serviced by three regional airlines:

Opposite the town is the small isle Suárez or Guajará-Mirim, as it is known by the Brasilian state. There' s a brasilian deputy in town.

Municipality of Guayaramerín

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Guayaramerin Travels

Guayaramerín knocks on Brazil's back doors and is a partner of the Brasilian city of Guajará-Mirim on the other side of the River Mamoré. A vibrant city that lives from all forms of trafficking (legal and illegal) with Brazil, its roads are full of dust yard motorbike paths and marketplaces littered with man-made cloth.

Just south of the old gumboom village of Cachuela Esperanza, once the greatest of the Bolivian Amazon, you can take the River de la Roma (the gum trail) to the south. There is little left of its former abundance, but it is a charming place near the Beni River canals.

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