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All reviews guided tour cement factory viewing platform foot prints life size t rex tourist bus hard hats real size the main square million years worth the trip closed on mondays entry fee great for kids around noon a unesco world heritage site
So the tour operator explains about the foot prints, how they found them and how the area and land changed with plates. That was interesting, the actual museum is very poor, you don't really get an understanding of our great ancestors. Also it is a...More
such a great price for the museum entry; the tracks were amazing with the guide; the dinosaur models themselves were more education than you might think (so not just tacky, children attractions). The museum-room displays were not extensive or that interesting, but the huge exterior...More
We took the tickets that include bus both ways (45B per person). Since then we realised you could make the journey yourself in a taxi for the same or less, which would give more flexibility on timings. When we arrived there was an English tour...More
Sceptics we are,,,, but was quite impressed, get there early for tour guide and not too many people. Interesting video and information from the guide. Quite amazing to get up close to them and understand how they got to be vertical etc, If you are...More
This bus takes you from the center of Sucre to the park. About 30 minuets each way. The small museum has the foot print of the dinosaurs that lived in that locations and the tour guide in English was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about this...More
If you are in Sucre and think Dinosaur tracks interesting then this is for you, or if you have children who think Dinosaurs exciting then visit, but overall, not worth the time or effort. Nothing special.
For the world’s largest set of Dino footprint you’d think they’d do more about it. The cliff face is viewed from the hill opposite, 200 metres away. We don’t want that, we want to be up close and personal! But for that there’s only 2...More
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Yes there is a public bus that takes you all the way there for just 1.50 BOB. The site is at the last stop so you can't go past it. I went out on a Sunday or a Monday (I don't recall which) and the site was CLOSED so make... More
Yes there is a public bus that takes you all the way there for just 1.50 BOB. The site is at the last stop so you can't go past it. I went out on a Sunday or a Monday (I don't recall which) and the site was CLOSED so make sure you check.