All the chats in El Beni

  1. Chats in Trinidad
  2. Chats in Riberalta
  3. Chats in Guayaramerín
  4. Chats in San Borja
  5. Chats in Santa Ana de Yacuma
  6. Chats in Rurre
  7. Chats in Reyes
  8. Chats in Santa Rosa
  9. Chats in San Ramón
El Beni

Beni is one of the nine departments that make up the Plurinational State of Bolivia. Its capital is Trinidad. It is located in the center of the country, bordering Brazil to the north, Santa Cruz to the east, Cochabamba to the south, La Paz to the west and Pando to the northwest. With a territorial surface of 213,564 km², Beni is the second largest department in Bolivia- behind Santa Cruz-. According to the last official census conducted in 2012, the department has a population of 422,008 inhabitants. The density is of 2.0 hab / km² being the second less densely populated department - only in front of Pando-. The department was founded on November 18,1842 by the marshal of Ingavi José Ballivián Segurola.

Administratively, the department of Beni is made up of 8 provinces, which at the same time, are divided into 19 municipalities. The municipality of Trinidad is the most populated with a population of 106,596 inhabitants, concentrating 25.25% of the total departmental population. Other municipalities also of importance for the amount of population they have are the following respectively: Riberalta, Guayaramerín, San Borja, Rurrenabaque, Reyes, Santa Ana de Yacuma and San Ignacio de Moxos. The economy of the Department of Beni has traditionally been characterized by being a department supported in the Livestock sector being that Beni owns most of the heads of cattle of the country's total. Beni is the eighth departmental economy in the country - after Santa Cruz, La Paz, Cochabamba, Tarija, Potosí, Chuquisaca and Oruro just above Pando.

According to official data from the National Institute of Statistics of Bolivia, in 2016 the economy of the entire Beni Department reached US $ 939 million dollars, which represents 2.76% of the Total Economy of Bolivia. In terms of per capita income, the department closed 2016 with US $ 2,060 dollars on average for each Beniano.