It is located in the subtropical zone of Bolivia, being one of the most humid places of the country. Here we find the Toro Toro National Park, which is 166 km2 long, famous for its fossil dinosaur footprints, the old Molle Cancha turtle cemetery and the presence of the Umajalanta Cavern, with impressive thousands of years old stalactites
In addition to its natural areas, it has an interesting historical center, which mixes modern buildings with colonial structures such as the Catedral, dating from the early eighteenth century, the Temple of Santo Domingo and the Convent of Santa Clara, with its neogothic style. The Colón Building also stands out, with more than 100 meters of height.
Because of its rich climate, Cochabamba is an agricultural area, where you can find crops of oranges, bananas, peaches, cherimoya and all kinds of fruits and vegetables. It also has a beautiful botanical garden, called Martín Cárdenas, where you can see different plant species.
The ruins of Incallajta are also found in Cochabamba which is larger than Machu Picchu.
Natural areas, parks, squares, architecture, botanical garden, crops.
Activities: Ecotourism, observation of flora and fauna, historical tourism, photography, agrotourism.
How to get there:
Throughout the year.
When to go: By plane you can reach Jorge Wilstermann International Airport, which receives international flights with stops in the city of Santa Cruz
Mild, the warmest month is November and the coldest month is July.
Services: Transportation, accommodation, food, parks, ruins.
Surroundings: Santa Cruz, Sucre.