El Beni, Department in northeastern Bolivia, is the name given to the large expanse of tropical lowlands, winding rivers and wide savannas, it was thought to be the home a "hydrological culture" people. They have left remnants of a substantial network of roads barely rising above the periodic flood plains, that connected riverine communities. Here we find a genuine paradise. Exotic birds, rivers teeming with many fish species, pink dolphins, alligators, and anacondas are only some of the wildlife seen here, while we interact with nature on Fremen's flotel "La Reina de Enin" for a 5-day Mamore river cruise. People here say that drinking the waters of the Mamore will make you return. In Trinidad, visits to the Icthiological Acqua-seum, and the Kenneth Lee Culture museums are scheduled.