In order to travel by bus from Sucre to Santa Cruz you can take a direct bus. They leave every day from the bus terminal located on Avenida Ostria Rodriguez. The buses arrive in Santa Cruz in the morning at the bimodal terminal, located on Intermodal avenue.
The distance between Sucre and Santa Cruz is 488 km, and the trip takes around 13 hours.
Sucre and Santa Cruz are
two of the most important cities in Bolivia; Sucre, the constitutional capital,
is a very popular tourist destination due to its historical richness and
colonial architecture. Santa Cruz, on the other hand, is a modern city with a
tropical climate and thriving economy.
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Sucre to Santa Cruz Bus Timetable
Trans Copacabana 1 MEM
6 de Octubre
TRAVEL OPTIONS FROM SUCRE TO SANTA CRUZ
Tickets Bolivia offers several travel options to make this journey by bus:
Direct trip: You can travel directly from Sucre to Santa Cruz. It takes about 13-14 hours, direct buses leave Sucre at 4:00pm and 6:00pm. The bus companies offering this service are 6 de Octubre (semi lie-flat bus) and El Mexicano (lie-flat bus). Before boarding the bus, you need to pay a small fee called Uso de Terminal, which costs 2 Bs.
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SOME TOURISTIC INFORMATION THAT CAN BE OF INTEREST
Santa Cruz Cathedral: It is an ornate 400 year-old cathedral with panoramic views of Santa Cruz from the top of its clock tower. Inside the cathedral is the Museo de Arte Sacro featuring ancient gold and silver relics.
Night life: Santa Cruz has a very vibrant night life, the city center has plenty of clubs and themed bars for party-goers.
Parque Lomas de Arena: This protected park located a few hours from Santa Cruz features 3,000 hectares of soaring dunes perfect for sand boarding.
Noel Kempff Mercado National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses five ecosystems throughout its great expanse, ranging from dense, Amazonian rain forest to wet savanna and dry plateaus.
Amboro National Park: This well preserved nature reserve boasts over 912 species of birds and over 177 mammalian species including the puma and the rare spectacled bear. It features beautiful walks, cascading waterfalls, dense vegetation, spectacular landscapes, fascinating archaeology and a great diversity of flora and fauna.
Kaa-Iya National Park: Famous for its jaguar population, it is a must for anyone interested in observing mammals such as the giant armadillo, the endangered Chacoan peccary, pumas, ocelots and much more.
Jesuit Missions of Chiquitos: Founded in the 17th and 18th centuries, the Jesuit Missions have become a popular tourist destination, as six of the missions have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Samaipata: Samaipata is surrounded by stunning landscapes, stylish hangouts, mysterious pre-Incan ruins and peaceful nature walks.
Food: Santa Cruz is a cosmopolitan city with high-end restaurants, bars and cafes, as well as more affordable options.