I am impressed to see the number of helpful posts about the Dino track parque and tour. This review is focusing on the track tour that is a part of the museum but is only offered twice a day when the museum is open. Here are some things to add: As of July 2016, the park is closed on Mondays.... 更多
This is a very impressive sight. You can do the official tour starting at 25 Mayo sq or you can take a local bus up to the park. Get off the bus and walk across the road, go through the cement factory gates and follow the paved road to the top. The whole thing is mind blowing. I missed the... 更多
Park is of high quality; clean, big and beautiful replicas of dinosaurs, and free tours in Spanish or English every hour or two. One problem though is the size: the actual museum is quickly breezed through, and doesn't really provide any interesting information. The main attraction is the big wall. This one worth a sight and a couple of photos,... 更多
Firstly, check out the times. There is 1 tour a day which lets you walk down to the wall and see the footprints upfront. This is a WORKING cement factory, you need closed shoes and you will be required to wear a hard hat. The footprints are amazing, do a little research before as the guide didn't have the most... 更多
This park has thousands of dinosaur footprints on a rockw wall uncovered by quarrying. It alsoh has some very good large scale dinosaur replicas. It's worth a few hours if you've into pre history at all. A bus runs from Plaza 25 de Mayo at 11.00am and costs 15 Bolivianos including the return trip. It gets you there before the... 更多
Probably my favorite attraction in South America since I used to be a big fan of dinosaurs as a kid!!! Can't believe we actually "walked with dinosaurs" with those footprints above our heads. Even though there were other cool attractions in South America, this one had the most personal significance to me.
Fun and interesting afternoon out! Tour guide very enthusiastic and knowledgable. Bus from the main square 15BOB return, or catch the local bus #4, but may have to wait for return. Thousands of dinosaur footprints of all shapes and sizes, I wouldn't recommend going on a rainy day tho, very dusty or muddy!
We caught the number 4 local bus which costs 2 bolivianos near the markets, way better than catching a taxi. It took about 20 mins to get there. As we arrived at 2pm we were too late for the tours which run only at 12 and 1pm to go down with a guide to see the wall of dinosaur prints.... 更多
Staffs and guides are perfect and friendly. Exposition and dinosaurs made perfect too but here nothing special except footprints but.... You must to know, they organised trip down to the wall only at 12 & 1PM So, if you come late f.e. at 2 or 4 you could see only their exposition. Trip to footprints should be organised every hour... 更多