Rio Selva Resort

Address: Coroico, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Coroico, is near River Yacuma.
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      Travel Blogs from Coroico

      Taking it easy in the jungle

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Sep 19, 2014

      15 photos

      ... tasty, they cooked some proper bacon that we could smell from the table. It was then put in a dish with eggs and maybe baked for a short time, it was delicious especially with toast and butter.

      After a second coffee, we took a walk down to Coroico town. Our hostel was just under a kilometre outside town but the road was still good. It was a very neat cobbled road, not so easy to walk in jandals but not muddy. As we walked along the road, there were ...

      Cycling the World's Most Dangerous Road

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Sep 18, 2014

      27 photos

      ... 700m above sea level. Needless to say, it was pretty cold and we were thankful to have the insight to put on thermals, a few layers and wear our windproof jackets. We would shed the layers through the day though as we would descend 3,500m into the jungle along the 63km road, which starts on standard two lane asphalt but soon changes to a dirt road only 3.5m wide, at some points, with steep drops of the side of the road. This road has had the most fatalities and therefore ...

      I hope the brakes work!

      A travel blog entry by philandmups on Jun 08, 2014

      8 photos

      You know that episode of Top Gear when they drive the World's Most Dangerous Road? Well we decided to cycle down it! One of the Things To Do in La Paz, cycling "Death Road" (as the travel agencies like to label it) was a must for me. We'd mountain biked in New Zealand, we'd be fine. Except the morning we were supposed to set off I managed to wake up with a stomach bug so spent the day in bed (it was a bug, it wasn't fear!!). Two days later and fully recovered we got ...


      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Apr 23, 2014

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      The only way to get down Death Road, The World's Most Dangerous Road, was to accompany the cyclists in their support vehicle – very expensive for what you get – **** breakfast, snack, lunch and transport.

      The first bit, on tarmac roads, looked OK, despite being in the mists and it snowing at the cumbre (top of the hill at 4,800m) – then bikes reloaded for a 15 min drive to the start of Death ...

      Yoga farm

      A travel blog entry by littleal on Apr 17, 2014

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      I went to a farm called Uchumachi Govardhan, which sounds more like an incantation for a spell used at Hogwarts than a real place and due to total lack of information (even though I tried very hard to gain some), I wasn't sure what to expect. I was hoping for farm work with some yoga thrown in (like the very outdated information said). There were some crazy instructions online which included things like 'get off at an ex gas ...