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Reserva Yasi Yatere, El Soberbio

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Wildlife Area Nature / Park
Spread over 40 hectares (98 acres), Reserva Yasi Yatere boasts a biodiverse wildlife and over 99 percent of its native tree population still intact. With over 120 species of shrubbery and trees, 50 species of vines, 80 species of herbs, and plenty of species as yet unidentified, the reserve represents one of the more concentrated and varied cross-sections of plant life anywhere on the planet. Artisanal and organic liquors, oils, and jams are available to purchase from the onsite gift shop. Put Reserva Yasi Yatere and other El Soberbio attractions into our El Soberbio trip itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • In an hour and a half you'll find out the amount of spices from plants aromatic, native that there is. It is worth
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  • It is a reserve where you can see many native and introduced species, in Exchange for a reasonable price, they offer a very interesting tour. Council understandably all, sweets, essence and excellent spirits at good price. Don't forget to try the pickled wood tree.
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  • It is a very good option to learn about different plants native of the jungle, a guide takes you on a short trail but very educational and you learn a lot of different crops and plants that are given this part of the jungle, it is a highly recommended walk two hours at most, that would be a complement to the falls of moconá falls , is very close to the National Park moconá.
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