A few minutes from the city of Sucre, is the largest dinosaur footprint site in the world. The imposing cliff of Cal Orck'o (hill of lime) reveals secrets of various species of these fabulous animals, disappeared 68 million years ago. It is the only site that concentrates the footsteps of a wide variety of dinosaurs that lived at the end of the Cretaceous period.
Around 5055 individual dinosaur footprints of at least 8 species and 462 continuous trails are combined in a 1,500-meter-long, 110-meter-high cliff, remaining unscathed at the same time. Just 300 meters from the cliff of these dinosaur footprints the Cretaceous Park, a unique tourist complex that offers the possibility of meeting the protagonists of this paleontological legacy, in one of the most authentic natural settings.