Torotoro National Park, Bolivia’s stunning gem, boasts remarkable landscapes and a wealth of paleontological, archaeological, and cultural treasures. With an abundance of fossils, dinosaur tracks, and bones, it serves as a prime site for scientific exploration. The park hosts over 1,000 plant species and diverse wildlife. Explore the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon, Vergel, dinosaur tracks, Umajalanta Cave, natural stone bridges, cave paintings, and the fascinating Stone Museum “Pachamama Huasi.”
We leave Cochabamba for Torotoro. On the way we have the posibility to stop at the colonial village of Tarata, or see the ceramic craftwork of Huayculi. We will pass the Caine River as well as the Mizque mountain range. After arriving in Torotoro we will have lunch before we will visit the Umajalanta cave, Bolivias biggest cave, where we will find stalactits and stalagmites. On our way back from the cave we have a look at the stone museum “Pachamama Huasi”.
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