|Travel Map of Bolivia
© Copyright 2000 by Liam
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See also: Online Map of Bolivia
This map was compiled, designed, produced and published by
Liam P. O'Brien.
The information on the Bolivian System of Protected Areas was given by the Dirección Nacional de Conservación of the Ministerio de Desarrollo Sostenible y Medio Ambiente.
The map shows small and large towns, principal and secondary
roads, railroads, international borders, lakes, rivers, salt flats, swamps, park
boundaries, and department boundaries. The map is color coded by elevation in feet and
The map show the location of the following system of
- Manuripi Heath National Amazon Reserve
- Madidi National Park
- Ulla Ulla National Fauna Reserve
- Pilón Lajas Indigenous Territory Park and Biosphere Reserve
- Beni Biosphere Biological Station and Reserve
- Eva Eva Watershed Protection Area
- Isiboro Secure Indigenous Territory and National Park
- Itenez Forestry Reserve
- Rios Blanco and Negro Wildlife Reserve
- Noel Kempff Mercado National Park
- Cotapata National Park
- Sajama National Park
- Carrasco National Park
- Amboro National Park
- Toro Toro National Park
- Rio Grande Masicuri Forestry Reserve
- Kaa-lya of the Gran Chaco National Park
- Cabo Juan Wildlife Reserve
- Tariqu? Flora and Fauna National Reserve
- Cordillera of Sama Biological Reserve
- Eduardo Avaroa National Reserve of Andean Fauna
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Liam O'Brien's career as a cartographer spans twenty years,
fifteen of which were spent in Latin America doing mapping work for the Inter American
Geodesic Survey. Between 1993-96, Mr. O'Brien worked in Bolivia at the Instituto
Geográfico Militar creating the national mapping series.
During his stay in Bolivia he hiked and climbed extensively
in the Cordillera Real and published an article about it in the 1996 American Alpine
Journal. He also measured the heights of the Sajama and Illimani mountains using GPS
When he was not climbing the Andes, Mr. O'Brien was traveling
with his family around Bolivia. He completed road trips from La Paz to Beni, Pando, Santa
Cruz, Argentina, Paraguay and Chile.
Liam O'Brien just visited Bolivia and finish the Second
Edition of the Cordillera Real Recreation Map.