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

      World's most dangerous road #2

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Feb 07, 2015

      4 photos

      ... to let a lorry thorough the other side. You could tell it was a dodgy bit as they had started to build a tunnel. To be fair there was lots of construction being started in the way so it was good they were improving the roads, but it all felt a little risky. Luckily the roads seemed to get wider but around 5pm we came to a big queue. We stopped for a while so we ventured out to see the problem. After walking past about ...

      World's Most Dangerous Road

      A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Jan 05, 2015

      6 comments, 4 photos

      ... first pit stop. We declined an 8km uphill section and hopped on the bus to the beginning of the dirt road.

      Moe was comfortable with our cycling abilities and provided us with an explanation of death road. Prior to the development of a new highway in 1995, the narrow road containing drops of over 200m claimed the lives of 350 people per year. The sharp bends, a lack of barriers and with width of 3m for two lanes ...

      Rainy Season

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 11, 2014

      ... this is I'm reading more than usual. Big surprise. I went for food in a place recommended by Rach, The LP, and Wikitravel. I had a typical Bolivian dish which seemed to be a mash of chips, tomoato, peppers & chicken in a tomatoy sauce. The place also had free wifi but it was so slow as to be pointless. It also seemed to be a magnet for every gringo in town, which didn't do anything for the towns otherwise in the sticks vibe. ...

      Death Road

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 10, 2014

      ... 2013) and just recently I heard about a guide going over the edge whilst racing on to take a photo. A girl also recently went over the edge whilst trying to take a selfie whilst riding. That is one for the Darwin Adwards. The bus picked me up just after 7:30 and with a French guy and a Spanish couple we proceeded to La Cumbre (the summit) a bit of a pull out of town. Here we kitted up, with overtrousers, a jacket pull over, gloves, a very comfy full face helmet and ...

      We survived the Death Road (just!)

      A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Nov 24, 2014

      13 photos

      ... as only half the group were behind me. A moment later they all came round the corner. Aurelie explained to me that she had lost control of the bike and hit the front brake by accident, falling to the ground and hurting her left leg (video replay later back in the office would make for a comic viewing). She was ok, a little less confident, but she rode on. The irony of her accident was that it was before we even reached the stretch of the route that was considered "death road". ...