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Tarabuco Festival   Eric Bauer 
You are in: Sucre
Excursions
 


VILLA DE YOTALA

15km along the Sucre – Potosí road

Picturesque village with winding cobbled, narrow streets. On 30 August the village is host to the feast day of Santa Rosa.  

 

QUILA QUILA

40km from Sucre

This old colonial village was built on the site of a prehispanic village. The streets are laid out on a grid and the houses are made of mud with thatch roofs. You can see precolonial terraces and huge stones with petroglyphs depicting zoomorph and anthromorph figures.
 Siarb (Bolivian Rock Art Research Society)
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MARCA RUMI

500m outside Quila Quila in the foothills of Telapaqui. Unbelievable 12 huge stones with petroglyphs of llamas, and reptiles.

 

PATATOLOYO

30km from Sucre

This archeological site is home to exquisite cave paintings.
Siarb (Bolivian Rock Art Research Society)
Bradshawfoundation

 

 

POTOLO

Spectacular textiles and weavings using local motifs and natural dyes.

 

TANGA TANGA

Petroglyphs of around 2,500 years old showing human beings, animals and abstract designs.
Siarb (Bolivian Rock Art Research Society)
Bradshawfoundation

 

MARAGUA
45km from Sucre. Dinosaur tracks in the  communities of Niño Mayu and Humaca.

Prehispanic fortress near Iru-pampa

 

CANDELARIA

Not quite as touristy as the Tarabuco market. The community ahs set up an association and has a museum where you can buy weavings at lower prices than in Sucre. Check out Candelaria Tours for their overnight trips.

 
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3 GOOD REASONS
 ...to visit Sucre
1) Do a tour of the cemetery with street children who know where the best bodies are 
2) Walk up to the Recoleta for fabulous views out over the surrounding countryside 
3) Watch women weaving at the Indigenous Art Museum - organise a homestay and learn too! 
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