Torotoro National Park is one of Bolivia's lesser known natural wonders. It covers 16,570 hectares and is situated in Charcas Province in the far north of Potosí Department though it is most easily accessed from Cochabamba. Its varied topography includes dry and semi-dry inter Andean valleys, extensive limestone canyons and Andean puna grasslands betweens altitudes of 1900 and 3500m (6,230 to 15,500ft). It is particularly noted for its high concentration of palaeontological remains (including dinosaur footprints) and the Umajalanta caves, as far as is known Bolivia's largest cave system. The dry inter Andean valleys of central Bolivia are home to many unusual flora and fauna species, a considerable number of which are endemic. This gallery also contains images of the River Caine valley through which the Park is accessed (the river forms the boundary between Potosí and Cochabamba Departments in the Torotoro area).