Heavy rains have extinguished wildfires which destroyed more than four million hectares of land in eastern Bolivia in recent months, officials say.
"It has rained all across Chiquitanía and our satellite no longer shows any active forest fires," a Santa Cruz province official said.
The fires triggered mass protests against the environmental policies of President Evo Morales.
Hundreds of thousands demonstrated against the president on Friday.
The environment minister of Santa Cruz province, Cinthia Asín, said that firefighters would continue to monitor the area for another 24 hours to make sure none of the blazes would reignite.
Video published by Bolivian daily La Opinión showed firefighters jumping with joy as the rains first started.