At 90 km of San José, the beautiful village of Chochis is known for the “Torre de David” (David’s Tower), a monolithic 300-m-high tower of red sandstone. Its resemblance to a tooth has generated its nickname of “Muelle del diablo” (Devil’s Molar).
At the foot of this impressive rock lies a sanctuary dedicated to the Holy Virgin, hosting a magnificent wooden sculpture. A haven of peace at the foot of the Serrania de Chiquitos hills.
Within the village, a waterfall called the “Velo de la Novia” (Wedding Veil) can be seen; the track leading to it gives a good impression of flora and birdlife in this region. For hardy walkers, a trek through the Cerro de Chochis hills is an added attraction.
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