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La Senda Verde
La Senda Verde

La Senda Verde

Yungas, Bolivia

Informacion practica

El Resort Ecoturístico La Senda Verde se encuentra a unas cuatro millas de Coroico y se puede llegar en autobús desde La Paz (aproximadamente 2,5 horas). El refugio de vida silvestre está abierto todos los días (excepto Navidad y Año Nuevo) de 10 a. Los recorridos por el refugio de vida silvestre comienzan en B $ 69, pero no se admiten niños menores de 10 años. Debido a los monos que deambulan libremente, se aplica un estricto código de vestimenta (zapatos cubiertos, mangas largas y pantalones, y sin joyas).

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • La Senda Verde is perfect for animal and nature lovers and families with small children.
  • A small admission fee is required.
  • Wear a long-sleeved shirt, pants, fully enclosed shoes, and bring bug spray.
  • Outside snacks and drinks are not allowed; go to the on-site restaurant for organic, vegan, and gluten-free meals.
  • There is no wifi on the premises.
  • Ask about short- and long-term volunteering opportunities.
  • Overnight stays in the ecolodge are available.
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How to Get There

La Senda Verde is located about 4 miles (6.4 kilometers) from Coroico and about 61 miles (98 kilometers) from La Paz. From La Paz, expect approximately 2.5 hours on the road, by bus or taxi. From Minasa Station, take a van to Coroico. At Coroico's main plaza, find the colectivos bound for La Senda Verde or take a taxi.

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When to Get There

The sanctuary is open daily, morning until afternoon. It is best to visit the sanctuary from May to October as the skies will be clear with very little rain. If you're in town in mid-June, come to nearby Coroico for its Coffee Festival and enjoy the best Bolivian coffees.

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Wildcard

The Founders and Mission La Senda Verde was founded by Vicky Ossio and Marcelo Levy after rescuing two capuchin monkeys and two parrots from illegal traffickers. Soon after, more rescued animals were brought to them through various animal rescue organizations. In 2008, the Bolivian government certified La Senda Verde as a non-governmental organization, and now their sanctuary provides a home to over 65 species of birds, monkeys, bears, and felines, among others.

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