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Kaa-Iya National Park

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San Jose de Chiquitos, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
+591 78056488
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Great experience!

I took a tour to Kaa Iya with Nick's Adventures in September 2017 (note: the company has stopped... read more

Reviewed 25 November 2017
Gwen_BE
,
Belgium
Ask around about the mining situation in Kaa Iya before you go!

This is not a review about the park itself, because we didnt go! So I am not telling the palce is... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2017
Liis T
,
Estonia
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“titi monkeys” (3 reviews)
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“kaa iya” (8 reviews)
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San Jose de Chiquitos, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
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+591 78056488
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Reviewed 25 November 2017

I took a tour to Kaa Iya with Nick's Adventures in September 2017 (note: the company has stopped doing these tours by now) and am very glad I did so. The park has 2 main roads crossing through on which you can attempt to spot...More

2  Thank Gwen_BE
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Reviewed 17 May 2017

This is not a review about the park itself, because we didnt go! So I am not telling the palce is poor to visit, just it probalby would be at this moment (May 2017)! But I am posting this so people would know to be...More

13  Thank Liis T
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Reviewed 19 November 2016

I went to Kaa Iya National Park for a 3 day tour with Nick’s Adventures. Kaa Iya is an impressive place, great to see Tapirs & Jaguars. The Park itself is not especially beautiful landscape wise, as it is Monte Chaqueño: an often hostile, thorny,...More

2  Thank Agustin C
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Reviewed 4 November 2016

We did a 3 day tour with Nick's Adventures and had a great time! Saw a young jaguar, tapir, jaguarundi, fake coral snake, tortoises, tarantulas, nightjars, owl, caracaras, armadillo, titi monkeys, marmosets. You really have to keep your eyes open at all times in order...More

3  Thank Lolita D
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Reviewed 27 July 2016 via mobile

We spent 4 days in the Kaa Iya National Park with Nick’s Adventures and it was outstanding! Among several other animals, the highlights certainly were the Jaguar, the two Pumas and the five Tapirs. Watching the big cats walking on the road was really fun,...More

3  Thank Erick A
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Reviewed 13 July 2016

We spent 4 days with Nick in Kaa Iya's park. Nick is a very cool guy, passionated and knowledgeable about his work! Good food, good organization, nice conversations and even if the weather was super cold we had the chance to see 1 jaguar, 2...More

2  Thank RomainP
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Reviewed 4 July 2016

Me and my friend went to Kaa iya National park for a tour of 3 days . It was a great tour. Everything was on time. We saw a lot of wildlife and the food very good. If anyone wants to know about the prices...More

1  Thank Eliana M
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Reviewed 20 June 2016 via mobile

Jaguar- 6 of them. Tapir-6 of them Oscelotte -4 of them. And much more-The absolute best wildlife experience. Thanks Nik.

2  Thank beccerrey
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Reviewed 18 June 2016 via mobile

This is my second trip to the Santa Cruz area, last time I was here I went on a trip to Amboro National park with Nick's Adventures and had a great time hiking and following Bear and Puma tracks and he convinced me that i...More

2  Thank Sandy H
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Reviewed 30 January 2016

You can see a lot of mammals here and big cats like Jaguars. In 4 days we saw more then 100 species of different birds. Camp out at the most basic conditions only but amazing experience. The guide makes the difference.

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Mickster121
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Response from inkspot01 | Reviewed this property |
My recollection is USD700-900, depending on # of nights in KI.
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