Chapare, crid The Chapare anaw an is pronooncit Cha-pa-reh, is a rural province in the northren region o Cochabamba Depairtment in central Bolivie. The majority o the territory consists o glen rainforests that surroond the aurie's main watterwa, the Chapare River, which is a tributary o the Amazon River an aw. The provincial caipital is Sacaba, 11 km east o Cochabamba, its principal toun is Villa Tunari, a popular tourist destination.
In recent decades, the Chapare province haes become a haven for illegal cultivation o the coca plant, which can be uised tae produce cocaine. This is due tae Bolivie drug law, which till recently anerlie permittit the Yungas region tae legally grow coca, despite Chapare being a historical aurie for growth due tae its fertility. For this raison, Chapare haes been a primary target for coca eradication in recent years, wi frequent an heatit clashes atween the Unitit states Drug Enforcement Administration an Bolivie cocaleros. The law haes syne been chyngit bi a deal that wis struck atween Evo Morales (a umwhile coca activist an current Preses) an umwhile Preses Carlos Mesa. This deal permits the region tae grow a limitit amoont o coca ivery year .
Chapare Province is dividit intae three municipalities which are further subdividit intae cantons.
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