Toro Toro National Park, Potosi
(4.7/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Toro Toro is a town in the Department of Potosi, however there is only a single path and this has to be done by Cochabamba. This National Park is one of the smallest in the country, but this does not make it less important. In the vicinity of the Park you can see several dinosaur footprints of different sizes, also you can visit the cave of Umajalanta (the cave deepest of Bolivia), city of Itas, Vergel and Toro Toro Canyon are dream, totally recommended places to visit them all.
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  • Whatsoever, walks, hiking in the canyon, the footprints of dinosaurs (large and well-preserved), or even caving activities, this park has everything going for him Torotoro is even a pretty, yet a little typical town of surely at the 6 hours of bad road qu it takes for s reach but which are worth
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  • The caverns of Humajalanta, the Río Caine, the Orchard are sites that not are anywhere else. The Parque nacional ToroToro is an archaeological site of first class. The trip from Cochabamba a bit long and tiring, but rewarding with the visit and the warmth of the local people.
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  • Quite nice National Park. Quite clean in contrast to other places in Bolivia. The Park can be entered only with guides. You should be careful with what the guides tell or use your own mind. Not all seemed geologically very conclusive in any case to be what the guide told me. Highlights for me were Cañon, Vergel and Caverna. I strongly advise to visit the Cementerio de Tortugas. In the fenced area, one will find not much except for some bone fragments and a crocodile bite out of Red Earth. The only two turtles of the cemetery is located in the Museum.
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  • Excellent. It should be at least a bit of fitness walking and go all the way.
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  • The best of Bolivia
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  • It is from chereve
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  • Bellisimo. ... The most beautiful place in region
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