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We spent almost 4 hours on this road getting to Samaipata from Santa Cruz. Of course, we were in a large bus, but it would still be slow going even in a car. It is a mountain road for much of the way, and there...More
I felt like I was apart of whomever originally constructed this place when I was on the west side of this massive formation with the strong winter wind blowing and clear skies within picturesque mountains.
This place is the path less trodden for some reason...in...More
This was the 3rd time I have driven to Samiapata in the last 10 years. I have rented a car twice and borrowed a friend’s car once. I have seen this roadway evolve over the last ten years. My first trip 10 years ago was...More
Took a ride South on Calle 7 through El Torno with the family and had a great day. Fuerte de Samaipata was a spectacular site and the biggest Incan ruins in the world....not as beautiful as Machu Pichu but all the ruins of houses that...More
A very interesting city to stop by. It has quite a few touristic points to visit in the surrounding area (it is better if one can spend a week or so and bring cash. It is all based on how much one makes in USD...More
Difficult roads often lead us to beatiful destination and this road is not an exception to the rule. It is my favourite road in Santa Cruz de la Sierra. I went to many differents places abroad and inside of Bolivia but this road...More
The street from Santa Cruz to Samaipata is super scenic. You can take a collectivo for some Dollars there. The ride takes about 3 hours. To have the best views, try to sit in the front of the collectivo