The Cerro Uchumachi - one of the most notorious and well-known mountains of the Yungas of La Paz with several populations - stands out among the scenic beauty of the area, on its slopes is the Calvario, passing through this place, there is a path that crosses the lush "Humid Forest".
One of its paths leads to Las Cascadas, while the other leads to the top of the viewpoint, from where there are spectacular views of the landscape.
The Pools of the Rio Vagante
This is one of the visitor's favorite attractions, they are Pozas de Piedra, natural pools with crystal clear water, surrounded by lush vegetation.
During the journey to the pools, you can see the varied flora: coca, citrus and coffee plantations; and the variety of fauna: the Tunki, parrots, partridges, uchis, mountain pig, monkeys, among others.
When you get to the river, the most recommended thing is to follow the path on the right side of the bridge, continue walking down for 10 minutes until you reach the pools and waterfalls.
These attractions are visited throughout the year, for its crystalline pools and impressive waterfalls.
- The First Waterfall is the smallest, it can be photographed and enjoyed without restrictions.
- La Segunda Cascada (entrance Bs. 3.-) with a fall of approximately 50 meters. It has built an artificial pool for the amusement of visitors.
- The Third Waterfall (entrance Bs. 3.-) known as La Jalancha is the most spectacular and is reached by marked trails. It also has an artificial pool.
The story goes that the Spanish colonizers brought African slaves who could not bear the height and cold climate of the Altiplano. For this reason, blacks migrated to the Los Yungas region, colonizing the region and forming small populations.
Tocaña is a very special Afro-Bolivian community: its people, the landscape, customs and ways of life are unique. The black parties with the dance and the music of the saya are not to be missed. With their beautiful women and cheerful children, they are very friendly and sincere people.