Toro Toro National Park, Cochabamba

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Explore Toro Toro National Park, a small protected area in the Bolivian Andes. Hike through mountains and deep canyons, some of which become completely inaccessible in the rainy season. The park is mostly known for its 2,500 dinosaur footprints from the Cretaceous period, but you can also view interesting rock formations, vast caverns, and other stunning natural landscapes. Descend 800 steps into Vergel Canyon, a spot filled with lush greenery, emerald pools, and cascading waterfalls. Along the way you may see fossils and dinosaur bone fragments, or spot colorful parakeets and macaws. Arrange your visit to Toro Toro National Park and discover more family-friendly attractions in Cochabamba using our Cochabamba travel planner .
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  • Amazing place for traikking, caves, rivers, waterfalls, canon, incredible views. You should go prepared which are many hours of walk along winding roads. Prices vary according to the number of people taking the tour and what you choose since there are many options but the amount of the entrance to the National Park is 100 b. hostels and lodgings super visible from 30 b.
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  • This tour can not miss. Hotels cost from 40 bs from now on, food on the market from 15 bs. The rides are the only thing more expensive... National paid permit 50 bs. Foreign 100. Walks from 100 bs per person. Although it increases if they are going to many places. Take into account that the trips to the caves, etc.. they are not very economical. This trip can not miss. Hotels cost from 40 bs (6-$7 us), food on the market from 15 bs (us $ 2) The rides are the only costlier... nationals pay 50 BS permit. Foreigners 100bs (almost 20 $ us). Tours from 100 bs per person. Although it is increasing if they go to many places. Take into account that the trips to the caves, etc... are not very cheap.
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  • Torotoro is a tiny town accessible from Cochabamba via 'bus' (think oversized minivan) that has a huge national park including amazing landscapes, dinosaur footprints and cavern exploration. Find the ...  more »
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  • the canyon valley is amazing ....the cave tour is wild. ...nature pathways unbelievable
  • Pricy... 100 bs to get in... but the park is gorgeous especially the canyon!
  • Not worth the trouble to get there from the main cities nearby. It's 4.5 hours on a rough dirt road from Cochabamba. Plus you have to wait up to 2 hours for the collectivo to fill up. No wifi, bank, ATM or pharmacy in town. Nature is pretty but nothing spectacular. Caves and canyon are beautiful and worth seeing if you come. Restaurants are limited and all serve the same basic menu. People are very friendly. Guides required for all visitors. 200 BS to enter park plus about 100 BS per half day tour.
  • The hidden gem of Bolivia. Beautiful scenery, deep and exciting cave adventures, dinosaurs, friendly locals, fantastic hiking, great food and dinosaur footprints! Loved it!
  • Beautiful scenery and amazing views of the stars. A bit annoying that you have to go with a guide, especially as our guide wasn't the most helpful, and its difficult to get to. You need at least 2 nights to be able to see anything, because you might end up waiting for a while in the tour office for a group or your guide.
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