Located to the SE of Trujillo State this town is surrounded by ravishing landscapes full of colors ranging from terracotta to emerald green and incredible hues of Andean flowers, resembling a huge alive patchwork that might have inspired Simon Bolivar to name the city "Jardin de Venezuela" (Venezuela's Garden).
In these handsome fields where potato, cauliflower, carrots, cabbage, lettuce and parsley crops grow, you can enjoy cool climate, delicious food, Pre-Colombian handcrafts and their inhabitants warm hospitality.
Technological Institute (former hospital).
There is always an intense activity around the main square. Along the day parishioners go shopping, attend mass and linger at the church porch, while squirrels run up and down ancient trees.
Corner of the Square
On the evenings especially on Saturdays the musical notes of the local band pervade the atmosphere cheering up the whole town.
In Bocono do not miss Los Clavos Cane Mill Museum (an old cane-mill turned into a museum).
Visit the Museum
If you are among those who enjoy countryside sceneries do not hesitate to visit these gorgeous lands. These pictures may give you and idea of the beauties that wait for you in Bocono.
If you are one of those persons who enjoysthe sight of the beautiful landscapes, don't hesitate to come to visit this place where you will find all that and much more and if you don't believe it heres a small sample.
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