One of the most beautiful regions of Bolivia is that corresponding to the Chapare province located north of the capital of the department of Cochabamba. The Chapare of subtropical and tropical climate presents for the traveler succession of beautiful landscapes.
From the mountain heights with its classic straw and thola straw vegetation, the yungas with shrubs covered with strange flowers, arborescent ferns, exotic colored orchids, butterflies, sunflower hummingbirds and thousands of birds whose plumage is an explosion of colors, to the lands casualties of the region – the rainforest with its trees hundreds of years old.
Venture on a walk along jungle trails in search of the rooster of the rocks, visit Machia Park, Carrasco National Park, and enjoy the Canopy and a swim in natural pools.
|Cochabamba||2||Hotel de Selva El Puente or similar|
At 08:30 in the morning we leave for the tropics of Cochabamba: Villa Tunari. 4 hours and 160 km. from a quiet trip to reach the hotel, where we will have a pleasant lunch enjoying the lush landscape that surrounds us.
After lunch, we will go to an interesting bird watching point, where we can observe one of the most spectacular birds in the humid mountain forest; the rooster of the rocks (Peruvian rupee), which for its beautiful color and bridal behavior calls attention to own and strangers.
It is possible to contemplate these birds in the morning and in the afternoon, in a journey of 2 to 3 hours, in which you can also observe a variety of orchids, ferns and other bird species. Return to the hotel to enjoy the landscape.
Day 2 Machía Park – Carrasco National Park
After breakfast, we will depart to Machía Park. A place where varied and diverse species of wild animals (rescued from animal dealers) coexist harmoniously. Monkeys, parrots, badgers and other species coexist in the park, it is a pleasant and pleasant activity.
Another attraction of the park is its magnificent viewpoint, since from there you can see a beautiful panoramic view of the tropical landscape and the buttresses of the carpeted eastern mountain range with lush vegetation. Return to the hotel for lunch.
Then the guided tour of the Guácharos will be carried out in a 2 to 3 hour tour through a path in an intervened forest of the Carrasco National Park, in which we will have the opportunity to know the natural habitat (caverns) of several species of bats and the magnificent nocturnal oil birds: the Guácharo (Steatornis caripensis), a species of nocturnal habits that constitutes the only frugivorous nocturnal bird in the world.
We can also receive information from our guides about the high biological diversity that characterizes Carrasco National Park.
Day 3 Canopy Circuit – Cochabamba out
After breakfast we will perform an incredible activity; the canopy, a circuit consisting of a pulley suspended by cables mounted on a slope or inclination, which causes the person who is going to perform this activity to slide from the top to the bottom, driven by gravity. On the other hand, this circuit also includes a rappel, a pendulum, a cable bridge, in addition to being able to enjoy the ride on the jungle trails and the bath in the pools.
An ideal tour for people with an adventurous heart who enjoy adrenaline and maximum fun.
Lunch and subsequent return to Cochabamba.
|Price per person double occupancy
|INDIVIDUAL without Tourleader|
- English speaking guide during activities/tours
- All activities/tours in private services
- Entrance fees for tours
- Hotels according to “hotel list” (the availability will be confirmed at the moment of the booking)
- 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 1 dinner
- Customers’ international flights
- Meals and drinks not described in the Programs.
- Transfers (except as specified)
- Optional Tours
- Flight cancellation fees
- Travel Insurance or medical assistance cards
- Personal expenses
- Gratuity for drivers and guides
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