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Carrasco National Park

Cochabamba, Bolivia
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1.5 km hike to oilbird and bat caves

As many others have said, the downside of this experience is the trouble with finding personnel at... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2017
Suzanne V
Hiking in the rainforest

Our guide Remy with El Mundo Verde Travel took us on our hiking tour. It was amazing to see things... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2016
LivingTheQLife
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Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Discover exotic rainforest plants and wildlife in this 1.5 million acre reserve.
  • Excellent52%
  • Very good28%
  • Average17%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible0%
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“national park” (3 reviews)
“bats” (4 reviews)
“blind” (2 reviews)
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Cochabamba, Bolivia
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Reviewed 29 May 2017

As many others have said, the downside of this experience is the trouble with finding personnel at the park. We showed up as a group of 12 on a misty Sunday morning at 8, and by 9:30 a representative of the guides showed up, claiming...More

Thank Suzanne V
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Our guide Remy with El Mundo Verde Travel took us on our hiking tour. It was amazing to see things like "blind" birds (Guacharos), a variety of species of bats (including vampire bats), poisonous frogs and dangerous ants. We learned a lot about the rainforest...More

Thank LivingTheQLife
Reviewed 12 August 2015

We did this tour and arrived by motorcycle, the ride was really fun from Villa Tunari, it should cost around 20 Bolivianos each time (twice). Although the tour-guide wasn't so well informed, he managed to tell us everything about the park. We went to the...More

Thank Martin O
Reviewed 11 August 2015

After lunch, we go to the home of Julian, who will be our guide as we explore a tiny point of land of the immense Carrasco National Park. Most of this park is untracked jungles and mountains. Below a welcoming sign, we descend a steep...More

Thank sydblackwell
Reviewed 25 June 2014

First thing that NEEDS to be said, is that the oilbirds cave is completely empty in June and July. These birds are sold as the main attraction of this park, but what they do not tell you, is in June and July of every year...More

Thank colincclark
Reviewed 15 December 2012

I visited the outskirts of Carrasco from two sides - the Villa Tunari side to see the Oilbird caves as well as from the Incachaca side for more birds. Unfortunately the old road (known as 'Camino de las Nubes') is no longer passable, as it...More

2  Thank ClaytonBurne
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