Cochabamba, for its excellent location, for its green and beautiful flowery valleys, as well as the warmth and charm of its people, makes it today the ideal place to spend a great vacation as its climate is mild all year round. The Christ of the Concord Protective image and symbol of this beautiful city, has several means of access, currently have the cable car as a means of transport to the Christ of concord, from there you have a panoramic view of the city.



Urkupiña - Inkallajta - Incarray - Machía Ecological Park - Toro Toro National Park, where you can see the Humajalanta caverns, dinosaur beds, the Repechón avernas, Villa Tunari, Cintota, Chimoré Puerto Villarroel, Isidoro Sécure National Park, Carrasco National Park.



On this route we find the "Church of Melga" sanctuary of imposing stained glass windows erected by the discovery of a stone with the image of the Virgin Mary of the Angels, the lagoon of Corani "" Incachaca "whose path leads to the" Inca Corral "where find an artificial lagoon surrounded by a pine forest.

To the west entering the "Carrasco National Park"

There are the suspension bridge, the Devil's Throat, the Devil's Window that is a waterfall that ends in a tunnel and the Bath of the Ñustas, are also important Monte and Coranipampa Tables.



Population characterized by its variety of water pools and spas such as San Pedrito, Laguna Paraíso, Tres Arroyos, San Mateo River Crossing adventure sports practice area, Pozas de agriento A and B, the caves of the Repechón, shelter of bats and guácharos (blind birds), the Palmar agricultural area, the Orquidario, the most important orchid garden in the country, Machía Municipal Park, Jungle Park, Los Ceibos Park, Puerto San Francisco.



It holds paradisiacal places like its spas such as the Ichoa River and Ichilo River, three boxes in which you can see giant and multicolored parabas, Mochis, deer and reptiles, the Mirador Illimani hill from where you can see the Ichilo river, as well as a variety of flora and fauna.



Ideal region for agrotourism, recreational tourism and adventure tourism, all its rivers are suitable for canoeing, kayaking, rafting and its trails for mountain biking. Places of importance are Puerto Aurora and Puerto Cochabamba, the La Jota experimental station and the Coca Museum.



It is the most important commercial port of the tropic of Cochabamba. Its attractions are: the Lambedero lunar landscape where the animals come to extract from the eroded lands the mineral salts of their soils, the Valley of Sacta, Three Islands Route and Tacuaral Route. Santa Isabel and Puerto las Flores are original Yuracarés communities where, on the banks of the river, fishermen are usually seen making their own networks in a rudimentary way.



Here are the rivers Vinchuta and Coni places surrounded by thick and diverse vegetation, as well as pools and natural beaches of white sands.



It is a protected area located between the departments of Cochabamba and Beni with an area of ​​approximately 1,200,000 hectares, has a great diversity of flora and fauna, shelters 47 indigenous communities and Moxeños, Yuracarés and Caimanes.



Located in the provinces of Chapare, Carrasco and Tiraque, extending to the Department of Santa Cruz, it has an approximate area of ​​622,600 hectares, it is the reservoir of a great variety of genetic resources and a great variety of birds, calculated in 800 species.