Caparuch Hotel

Ave San Martin, 1717, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ave San Martin, 1717, Santa Cruz.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Caparuch Hotel Santa Cruz

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz Splurge

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Aug 05, 2014

... I look at money differently and I look at life differently.

We arrived in Sanata Cruz, the biggest and most cosmopolitan city in Bolivia, after spending a few incredible weeks in the Amazon. It was there that we had learnt our final travel-money lesson. No more tours. No matter what. Every time we talk ourselves into a tour we walk away feeling very disappointed and with much lighter wallets. After our jungle tour we ruled out Uyuni (our next planned tour) and ...

Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Jul 02, 2014

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... see a European looking guy or gal, they're probably a tourist too. In a way that's unhelpful because it's us that targeted by street sellers and 'helpful' tourist agencies, but in a way that's really cool, because we know we're seeing real Bolivia and not Europe-influenced Bolivia. In Santa Cruz itself there isn't a huge amount to do, so we just enjoyed being here and soaked up the atmosphere in the streets. Our new Brazilian friends took ...

Tales from transit

A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Jun 30, 2014

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... driver didn't understand my **** attempt at Portuguese; and getting someone else's chewing gum all over my favourite pair of socks. The second time was crossing the border from Brazil and into Bolivia. I left the Pantanal on Saturday afternoon, taking a death-defying jeep ride back to the main road. The jeep was even more past it than the one we'd taken into the flood plain: this one took several attempts to splutter to life and it stalled when we slowed down to go ...

Amazonian Antics

A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Mar 16, 2014

8 comments, 60 photos

... scoured the roadsides for even a blade of grass on which to chew. On reaching the river, we could see that the water level, which had risen by up to three metres the previous month, had receded to some degree, exposing dead and rotting vegetation on the riverbanks. Flooding is normal in Beni at this time of year, but this year over 35,000 people have had to leave their homes; more than 200,000 cattle have died (around 5% of the total stock in the country); schools ...

Flying LPB-VVI

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Jan 16, 2014

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... spoke no English) typed "126" on my calculator. I was especially relieved when I asked if that amount is bolivianos (6.91 Bs to the dollar) and she responded, “Si.” Whew – I’m so glad it wasn’t dollars! I paid the excess baggage weight in cash – only the equivalent of $18.23!! You couldn’t even check one bag domestically with most U.S. airlines for that low cost, even if the suitcase contained nothing!

Since I ...