Bumblebees are among the most important wild pollinators, helping crops and wild flowers to set seed and maintain their genetic variability. In recent decades, however, there has been a sharp decline in the number of bumblebees. In order to maintain and promote wild bumblebee populations, it is necessary to understand how bumblebees interact with their environment throughout their lifetime. This review focuses on how bumblebees navigate and forage in their local environment and provides an overview of the current research in this field. It also aims to show how such research can help shape landscape management practices to promote pollination services.