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

      Rainy Season

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 11, 2014

      ... Scrubs until about midday. Only expecting to be out for a couple of months I didn't bring many films or TV shows with me. Plus like last time I didn't want to be one of those people glued to a screen (though most people are nowadays but it's tinterweb). But sometimes I just can't be ***** to read. So I'm re-watching the only TV I have. Surprisng how many of the jokes I've forgotten. Forgettable humour. I have started a new ...

      Death Road

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 10, 2014

      ... crazy. It's no longer the WMDR however because a new replacement road opened, leaving this one as the playground of tourists like myself. In fact we only saw three cars, and these often travel slower than us (since we have better visibility on corners). It can still dangerous though, back to LP: "the gravel road is narrow (just over 3.2 metres wide) with precipitous cliffs of 600m drops and few safety barriers." Mountain bikers do die. My LP quotes "around 15" ...

      We survived the Death Road (just!)

      A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Nov 24, 2014

      13 photos

      ... level. The sights of the mountains and the environment on that climb were just splendid. We reached the top and boarded our bikes. I told Aurelie to be very careful but I could feel she felt no fear about the ride we were about to begin. The first phase of the ride would be on a level Tarmac surface (the whole route was downhill). It was awesome! Reaching very high speeds, without being able to overtake our tour guide who led from the front. The second guide would pass us ...

      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

      ... of 14 people which meant there were 2 guides (plus 2 assistant guides) and 4 vans. Our guide was Steve, a Kiwi, so we knew we'd be in good hands. Nobody was drinking though, even hungover people will be breathlysed and not allowed on a bike if they over the local drink drive limit.

      Not long after 7:30am we all piled into the vans and drove out of La Paz and up into the mountains. After about an hour we stopped at La Cumbre, which would be the highest point of the day ...