The national park didn't feature much in our guide book but we just fancied a trip into a national park. It turned out to be one of the best things we did. Although you can easily get yourself to Torotoro and hire a guide we decided to go through El Molina- a hotel in Torotoro who picked us up from our hostel in Cochbamba and provided our meals and a guide(It was about 500bolivianos a day per person, one company in our guide book quoted double that). Although we could only stay for one night (so couldn't see everything the park had to offer) we had an incredible time and went 300mtrs into a cavern (I'm not that adventurous or strong but the guide was amazing and I felt safe the whole time), saw so many dinosaur footprints up close we felt like we were going to see some walking around at any point and saw the canyon which we then went down into to a subterranean waterfall. If you're not very adventurous you can still see lots of lovely views but even though it pushed me I loved every minute of our tour there. The guides are really knowledgeable and I imagine in another 5-10years Torotoro will be giving Macchu Pichu and other attractions in S.America a run for thier money. We didn't see many other tourists and our guide kept us 'ahead' of the others so we could feel isolated in this real life Jurassic Park.
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