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Santa Teresa National Park

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Santa Teresa National Park

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Rodrigo P wrote a review Dec 2019
Rio Grande, RS12 contributions2 helpful votes
Wonderful place for camping and surfing and having a great time within nature. The many beaches alongside the park shores make it very special <3
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Manuel a wrote a review Dec 2018
Montevideo, Uruguay353 contributions147 helpful votes
Great national park to explore the beautiful Uruguayan shore. In the pajarería some animals are not well taken care of
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Date of experience: December 2018
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hannabobanna wrote a review Aug 2018
La Paz, Bolivia126 contributions14 helpful votes
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We stayed in Punta Del Diablo for 4 nights at the end of August, hired bicycles and rode to Santa Teresa. It is a very flat easy ride along the highway, approximately 4km from the centre of Punta. Admission to the national park is free, although you have to pay to visit the forte, which we didn’t get to. The national park has a huge variety of trees, plants and vegetation which was beautiful to ride through, stopping at the beaches along the coast-line, hoping for a chance whale spotting! The national park sports it own little zoo fit with monkeys, peacocks, rhea, quails, llamas and a Toucan! Such a great place to picnic for families, there is a cafe on site and is free to visit as well. Great little find for a day trip!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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sallythode wrote a review Feb 2018
Gunnison, Colorado118 contributions32 helpful votes
This would be a great place for families to visit. There are many places to camp, though, from what we understand, there are not enough toilets to accommodate all the campers. Aside from that, there are lots of green spaces in which to chill, and a large play area for kids. There is also a bird aviary with a few other resident animals. For those without kids, this is a place to just relax. For folks looking to hike and explore nature, there are better sites.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Santiago L wrote a review Jan 2018
Montevideo, Uruguay8 contributions2 helpful votes
The perfect balance between nature and turism. Width and long beaches, laberintic forestes, brave ocean, historic place, nice people, home of uruguayan wild fauna and flora. Tell me what else you need?
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Date of experience: February 2017
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