Breathtaking view points in a remote part of Bolivia.
Explore fascinating rock formations and caves at Ciudad Itas.
Enjoy the enormous Umajalanta cave and hike into one of many canyons in the region, such as the Vergel Canyon.
See perfectly fossilised footsteps of the mighty dinosaurs.
I loved Torotoro for its amazing landscapes, and the fact that you really do feel you are travelling away from the crowds.
Torotoro town is a wonderful sleepy place, the dinosaur footprints you find throughout the park are fantastically well preserved and the rock formations, caves and canyons are very impressive.
K. Dougal, Torotoro
4 hour transfer by 4×4 to Torotoro National Park. Tarata Village and Umajalanta Cave, hotel (L,D)
Visit Ciudad Itas and dinosaur footprints, hotel (B,L,D)
El Vergel Canyon and Waterfall hike, return to Cochabamba in afternoon (B,L)
Transportation in 4×4 vehicle, National Park Entrance Fees, English speaking guide and local National Park guide, meals as listed (B= breakfast, L= lunch, D= dinner), accommodation in ensuite rooms.
Transport to Cochabamba (we can arrange bus or flights), hotel nights Cochabamba (we can book these for you), insurance, tips, flights
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Prices From $2,450 / £2,042 per person
Dates: From March 2019 to November 2019
Duration: 15 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Dates: From March 2018 to December 2018
Duration: 13 days
Prices From $705 / £587 per person
Dates: From March 2019 to December 2020
Duration: 3 days
Capacity: 4 people
Prices From $2,831 / £2,359 per person
Duration: 17 days
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$515 / £429
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Prices From $515 / £429 per person
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