Rio Selva Resort

Coroico, Bolivia | Hotel
Prices starting from $77.00

Travel Blogs from Coroico


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... Unfortunately a massive landslide due to overnight rains had completely blocked the road about a mile from the top, so this was all I got to see and unimpressive too as obscured by mist. The cyclists climbed over the landslide and the vehicle had to turn back and take the new road, completely missing out all of Death Road – was not a happy bunny having forked out over $20. When the driver said I could skip lunch and he ...

Yoga farm

A travel blog entry by littleal


... in a minibus and ask to get off at the monestary'. The first 4 hours were fine although it was a little bit of an uncomfortable journey, I was squashed between a poodle called 'Sebastian' and a shih tzu called 'Kitty' (!) who wouldn't settle and yelped every time the bus jerked (often) and loudly slurped water and panted when they weren't. OOn the next minibus (a big climb uphill away), I had to do some persuading with the driver, ...

One day in la paz

A travel blog entry by emilymb90


We spent one day in la paz in between cusco and uyuni, and I was surprised how much more we enjoyed it this time around. We arrived into la paz at around noon, checked into our hostel (las andes, a cute hostel near the witches markets) and went to find some food. We tried a colonial restaurant recommended in the lonely planet, and got some lasagnes freshly made which were ...

The World's Most Dangerous Road

A travel blog entry by wildkriv


... a few bikers have failed to receive their T-shirts - crosses by the side of the road are a poignant reminder of this.

January is in the middle of Bolivia's wet season so we were not expecting an easy ride. As we set off from La Cumbre to tackle the first section of the ride, which is actually along the new, asphalt road, we questioned our sanity. We could barely see 5m in front due to thick cloud and within a few minutes our hired ...

So This Is Paradise?

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed


... Phew, it was just hyperbole! We were still alive!

'Paradise' might have been a bit of a stretch, but, to be fair, the setting was pretty amazing- looking out across a deep valley covered in lush green jungle. Our hostel was another little idyll too, with all kinds of fruit trees, hummingbirds, and the coffee for breakfast grown in their own garden. Canadian Emily that we'd met in Valparaiso was ...

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