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I won’t mention the good things, because that’s to do with the park itself, you can read about it in other people’s reviews.
Since it is mandatory to hire a guide from the park office, much depends on them. My group’s guide talks too slowly...More
Its a lng and bumpy drive out to Torotoro but along the way you are marvelled by the vibrant colours of the mountains and rock formations. The main town has its colonial quaintness. You need to check in at the national park office on the...More
By recommendation of a friend me and my girlfriend took the minibus from Cochabamba to Torotoro and fell in love with the place. If your longing for a nature experience of the "gringotrail" I would highly recommend this. There is no need to book anything...More
Highly recommend a visit to Torotoro national park. The scenery is incredible, and its really not very busy with tourists. We went caving, visited the cathedral rocks, and El Vergel waterfall in the grand canyon which was stunning. It's easy to do it independently -...More
I went through Bolivia Cultura (office in Cochabamba) for a 3 day, 2 night tour. It was a great experience, and totally worth the money (about USD 145). All meals while in Torotor were included, as well as transportation and accommodations. Transportation seems a little...More
The way to the Torotoro national park is quite long (4-7h) and of course it is a bumpy road but easy to go by collectivo or bus (collectivos leave all day long (best in the morning) and the daily bus most days at 6pm).
The Umajalanta cave is defenitely worth going there for! It was an amazing experience to climb around for hours in the cave. Me and an american guy was alone with our guide Marion. He worked together with Bolivia Cultura and was great. Dont remember his...More
This was definitely an amazing park to visit. However, a word of warning is warranted. I don't think the agencies, guides, and reviews are clear enough about how exhausting this is going to be unless you're young and fit. If, like me, you're approaching middle-age...More
Don't be put off by the Jurassic Park meets Disneyland kind of advertising they are publishing!! I don't know what they are aiming for with all that. The main attraction of the park is the beauty of the nature.
Apparently it is getting more popular...More
Torotoro is accessible by a long long bumpy bus ride from Cochabamba, or for the truly master drivers you can rent a wreck of jeep in Cochabamba and drive yourself, but I'd recommend you have some knowledge of Spanish if you try this. The dirt...More