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Parque Lomas de Arena

Al sur del Aeropuerto El Trompillo, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
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A natural reserve with sand dunes, located very close to the city

Is a municipal reserve of exceptional beauty. The main attractiveness of this place is the dessert... read more

Reviewed 1 April 2017
Fernando C
Nice daytripp

We went with taxi. 100 bs single way. The last 3000m we had to walk tho the taxi didn't have 4x4... read more

Reviewed 1 April 2017
Ludvig P
via mobile
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Al sur del Aeropuerto El Trompillo, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
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Reviewed 1 April 2017

Is a municipal reserve of exceptional beauty. The main attractiveness of this place is the dessert like sand dunes, surrounded by bodies of water and natural forest, that is the natural habitat of several species of birds, mammals and reptiles.

Thank Fernando C
Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

We went with taxi. 100 bs single way. The last 3000m we had to walk tho the taxi didn't have 4x4 wheel drive. A lot of mosquitoes when we walked, and even more in the evening when we returned. When we arrived at the dunes,...More

Thank Ludvig P
Reviewed 25 November 2016

We organized in the hostel a tour to this park and it was a really nice experience, just 40 minutes from town by car, here you see a lot of nature, sloths and the principal activity the sundboarding activity.

1  Thank Lara Fermina G
Reviewed 18 June 2016

Whilst we went their to get in some sandboarding, the dunes stretch for 25km north to south and are a few hundred metres wide. The area/infastructre is underdeveloped and getting into the are requires a 4wd or very long 1hr hike from the road/dirt track...More

Thank CPL199
Reviewed 30 April 2016

You have 2 choices now.... 1) catch the bus and take a very long walk in or 2) a tour company's 4wd. Unfortunately if it is windy or slightly wet tour company's will not go there. The place is magical and worthy as a base...More

Thank CPL199
Reviewed 16 April 2016 via mobile

Take bus 106 or 21 (linea azul), get the application cruzero on your phone to find out where you can get on. Ask to be dropped at the entrada a las lomas (next to a little market). Entrance is 10bs but the lomas are 7...More

Thank suebcot
Reviewed 18 January 2016

We visited here during a visit to Santa Cruz in late September. The landscapes in the park are certainly spectacular but the surrounding area is full of encroaching poor quality housing and small commercial enterprises - bordering on squatter slums. Nevertheless, it's worth coming to...More

Thank Deuche
Reviewed 15 December 2015

I am a nature photographer and I used to visit this place at least once a year. Since 2013 I couldn't go for various reasons, but last month I went there. I was amazed to see how the neighborhoods that surround this protected park have...More

2  Thank WRidder2013
Reviewed 15 December 2015

If you can get here, it is one of the most cinematic places. Try coming here around sunset and you can get some gorgeous shots that will make you look like you're in the middle of the desert. It's a bit hard to get to...More

Thank saikoxpooh
Reviewed 14 December 2015 via mobile

Great landscape! Worth to visit! Take a long trousers and light jacket to protect your self from the wind and strong sun!

Thank krzychostrz
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Cornelius B
Can you read sand boards there?
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Can you rent sandboards there?
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