Tiraque is next to the Chapare province and has one of the healthiest climates in Bolivia. The Yungas of Vandiola are one of the most well known areas of this province, famous before for agriculture they are now source of several natural resource discoveries.
This province currently produces cofee, coca, cacao, yuca, sugar cane, rice and corn. The town of Tiraque is found 65 km from the old road cochabamba-santa cruz.
Tiraque celebrates its religious festivity on the 10th of October, when the town is visited by the "Virgen de las Angustias" or virgen of sorrow. It celebrates its civic date on the 15th of October. This province is an important agricultural center where 102 farmer (campesion) communities bring potatoes, wheat, beans, onions, chuño and other products here.
The fountain of love
This fountain has a legend of providing magical healing powers to those couples which are in love and is found on the Vandiola street of Tiraque.
The Inca Stone or "Chejta Rumi” is found on the Millimayu river, three km from the town. It is a natural cave with a special stone covering the top part. There is a legend that says that there was once a very beautiful woman called “la Palqa Paloma” who went to the stone by night, riding a white horse which gave off fire. If anyone came near the lady she would enchant you with her magic and take you away to never come back.
This is a well known hill 10km from Tiraque, which has several arqueological discoveries. Several arquelogical reliques have been found here and this place was given the name "Inca Corral" or Inca Fence, since there is a structure two meters high and two blocks long which is believed to have been a frontier fort to hold off the Chiriguano indians from the east of Bolivia.