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Torotoro National Park

Cochabamba, Bolivia
+591 73286862
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A further highlight in Bolivia!

Came here with a minibus which left Cochabamba when it was full. The place where they leave is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Raephels
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Canton of Zurich, Switzerland
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Definitely worth a couple of days...

We have decided to go there after we met with a couple who told us it was one of their highlights... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
YayaArnie
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London, United Kingdom
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This park is a treasure trove of dinosaur footprints and other fossils.
  • Excellent70%
  • Very good25%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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Cochabamba, Bolivia
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Came here with a minibus which left Cochabamba when it was full. The place where they leave is marked correctly in maps.me. It's around the corner Avenida Republica & Calle Mairana, taxi drivers seem to know it. Once there we could subscribe for the ride...More

3  Thank Raephels
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We have decided to go there after we met with a couple who told us it was one of their highlights in Bolivia...not very advertised, not a lot of tourists add it to their places to visit while in Bolivia....and It's a real pity as...More

Thank YayaArnie
Reviewed 9 May 2017

The region is beautiful. You have to contract local guides at the tourist office when you arrived at Torotoro otherwise you will not bea able to enter in the park. The staff of local guides is very serious. They know a lot about the region....More

1  Thank FollowtheFlow
Reviewed 23 January 2017

We spent three days in Torotoro - first afternoon we did the 7 Vueltas hike, second the dinosaur footprints and caving, third the Ciudad de Itas. 7 vueltas was a good warm up (you'll feel the altitude), dinosaur footprints were fun for the kids (and...More

1  Thank BurtChillerworthy
Reviewed 17 January 2017 via mobile

Been there once and fell in love with the place so I had to go there six more times!! If you like nature then that's really a place to go To. All the attractions they have are amazing ... from dinosaur foot prints to amazing...More

Thank NicoVQ
Reviewed 15 December 2016

Getting here involved a bumpy 4hr ride in a minivan where I spent the whole time trying not to vomit but it was worth it. You have to wait for the colectivo to fill up so it might take a while (we waited almost 90min)...More

8  Thank SGtravelfan
Reviewed 10 December 2016 via mobile

We got a collectivo at 8am (35bs). Bumpy ride, but very pretty. Took the first hostel we saw, which happened to be Eden, which was pretty good (except for the breakfast and the small double bed). But it was cheap, 140bs for a double bed...More

1  Thank Rebecca S
Reviewed 17 November 2016 via mobile

I stayed two days in Torotoro and did 2 halfday Tours (Canyon and Ciudad de Itas). Both Tours are really nice and the scenery is beautiful. The Guides were well knowledged about the places. However, it was really sad to see how less they care...More

1  Thank Fabienne R
Reviewed 15 October 2016 via mobile

Save yourself over $150 by diy and going here yourself. The packages we saw I'm sure are very convenient but it isn't difficult to do yourself. Either way, definitely make the time! Better and cheaper than Colca Canyon and just absolutely beautiful and unique. Although...More

11  Thank Tracy & Richard o
Reviewed 29 September 2016

You can get a bus 25BOB or a colectivo 35BOB. The colectivo will save you about 3-4 hours on the return trip. Meet in the main plaza at 7.30am to arrange a tour to see if you can join other people to reduce the price....More

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staceymitchell95
Hello, my partner and I were planning on visiting torotoro tomorrow and needed a few questions answered that we can't find on the internet. - is individual expedition of the national park permitted after paying the entrance fee or must you be accompanied by a guide? - is there bicycle hire available in torotoro? -is there a cheap supermarket or local produce available? Please and thank you :)
11 March 2017|
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Response from Rebecca S | Reviewed this property |
It's not useful for you anymore, but maybe it is for the next one, so I'm going to answer anyway. The place is extremely small, so no supermarkets, but sometimes there is one market, though we were always too late back from... More
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Quixotict
Hello, My friends and I are planing to visit Torotoro in late February. The hostel manager told us that during that time, the daily tours will be easily fully booked so we better choose their three-day tour, costing about 900bs per person... Do anyone know about the availability of the daily tours in Torotoro during February? Thank you so much!
31 January 2017|
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Response from tontaubenschiesser |
Nonsense! Minibuses depart every morning, you just have to show up at their bus stop. Its 35-40 Bs. one way In the village of ToroToro you go to park rangers office at the main plaza and book your guide for the tour you... More
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