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Explore the Salar de Uyuni in the comfort of a 4WD vehicle on a full-day tour that features Uyuni highlights, from the train cemetery to Incahuasi Island. A later morning departure is timed so you’ll still be out on the Salar de Uyuni at the most dramatic time of day: Sip a glass of included wine as the sunset transforms the pale landscape.
Experience the floating islands and high-altitude landscape of Lake Titicaca on a full-day tour from La Paz that coordinates ground transport, ferry, and a lake cruise to ensure you can make it there and back in a single day. Combining local culture and history with a first-hand look at local life, this Lake Titicaca adventure also includes a walking tour of Isla del Sol’s ancient Inca sites and agriculture.
Explore the world's largest salt flat on a 3-day tour from Uyuni in southwest Bolivia. Travel in a comfortable land cruiser and take in spectacular views of the Salar de Uyuni with stops at indigenous villages, geysers, hot springs, and multicolored lagoons filled with flamingos. Watch the spectacular desert sunset and enjoy star gazing at the Milky Way. Your tour includes all meals, hotels, and transfers.
Escape the city and see a different side of Bolivia on a day trip to Lake Titicaca and Sun Island (Isla del Sol). Letting someone else drive allows you to focus your attention on mountains rather than maps, while a small-group limited to 12 ensures that you receive personalized attention from your guide.
Uncover the ancient mysteries of Tiwanaku and the natural beauty of Lake Titicaca—the world’s highest lake—on a full-day trip from La Paz. With a guide, you’ll travel to Tiwanaku to delve into the 2,500-year-old history of the recently settlement. Then, absorb the splendor of Lake Titicaca as you stop at several points of interest and refuel with a lakeside lunch. Entry fees and round-trip transport from your La Paz hotel are included.
Follow a maze of hiking trails through the eroded landscape surrounding La Paz on a full-day, private tour of Valle de las Animas, Palca Canyon, and Valle de la Luna (Valley of the Moon). Between unmarked trails and coordinating transport to trailheads, getting a first taste of La Paz hiking can be intimidating for visitors, but walking alongside a private guide ensures a fun, safe day of exploring.
Tiwanaku is a pre-Incan city in Bolivia. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and has been since year 2000.
Tiwanaku is viewed by most archaeologists as being one of the key sites leading up to the Incan Empire, and remains a beautiful site for modern visitors. The artistic style of Tiwanaku is also quite unique, with fascinating figurative pieces that feature exaggerated heads.
At the Beginning of the tour visit the Ceramic and Lithic museums, travelers can visit the ancient and enigmatic archaeological ruins such as: Gate of the Sun, Kalasasaya Temple, The Semi-Subterranean Temple with nailed heads, Monoliths, the megalithic and mysterious ancient ruins of Puma Punku and other religious enclosures.
08:00 a.m. Hotel pick up.
09:30 a.m. Tour Start in Tiwanaku, ruins and museums.
02:00 p.m. Lunch.
03:00 p.m. Return to the city.
04:30 p.m. Drop-off at hotel.
Summon your courage and conquer the ‘world’s most dangerous road’ on an exhilarating mountain bike tour of Bolivia’s Death Road. Follow a professional guide downhill for 40 miles on a slender and serpentine road carved into the mountainside. Marvel at sweeping vistas of snow smothered Andean peaks and dense Amazon jungle along the way and the enjoy a well-deserved rest at La Senda Verde Ecotourism Resort to revitalize with lunch and observe rescued wildlife. Opt to stay overnight in the inviting accommodation of La Senda Verde or Coroico, or return to La Paz in a comfortable vehicle on the same day.
Experience and understand La Paz and Bolivia by learning about its quirky and fascinating history, its controversial politics and its rich cultural heritage. Your tour will be guided thrugh the city´s highlights without fixed schedules or destinations, they will be tailored according to how much time you have available to see the city´s attractions and most importantly to what interests you most when it comes to discovering a new place.
Visit Lake Titicaca and Copacabana on a full-day tour from La Paz that’s a convenient, cost-effective alternative to taking public transit, and includes a boat trip on the world’s highest navigable lake. You’ll get great views of the Cordillera Real, see Copacabana’s revered catholic church, and learn about the lake’s rich indigenous history and cultures, with all transport and activities included.
Cover La Paz highlights on a full-day, private tour that includes the historic center, cable cars, panoramic viewpoints, the Valle de la Luna, and more. Exploring La Paz with a private guide is a great way to get the stories behind each destination, with the flexibility to stop along the way to shop, stretch your legs, and see the things that interest you.
Explore an eerie abandoned resort then hike into a maze of eroded spires on a full-day tour of Chacaltaya and Valle de la Luna (Valley of the Moon). Since the two dramatic destinations are on opposite sides of La Paz, reaching both in a single day is a challenge without pricey private transport; this shared tour is a convenient, cost-effective alternative that makes the most of your limited travel time.
We sell an unforgettable experience, to know the majestic Salar de Uyuni, in addition to the additional attractions of this region, we invite you to live not only a walk but an unforgettable experience.
See Salar de Uyuni highlights on a full-day tour to the Train Cemetery, salt mines, a salt hotel, and Incahuasi Island, where you'll find towering giant cacti surrounded by salt flats. Pre-booking a Salar de Uyuni tour lets you skip the stress of looking for a tour upon arrival, and since you’ll return to town in time for night bus departures, it’s a hassle-free option for travelers with limited time.
Widely considered among Bolivia’s most impressive natural features, the Uyuni salt flats attract travellers from across the world—but reaching the remote flats by public transport is difficult. On this tour, explore the Uyuni salt flats easily with round-trip travel from central La Paz included, and take in nearby sites including Incahuasi Island and the Tunupa volcano. Your visit is timed to catch the sunset reflecting in the shimmering waters.
Our standard plus 1-day salt flats tour is with a maximum of 6 people to a vehicle and a Spanish-speaking guide. Classic 1-day salt flats tour for the budget backpacker - extremely popular tour leaving daily from Uyuni. A unique place in the world and a must on any trip to Bolivia. This is the best option if you are traveling on a budget but don't want to miss out on this amazing experience.
Uncover the ancient mysteries of Tiwanaku and the natural beauty of Lake Titicaca, the world’s highest lake, on a full day trip from La Paz.
- Enjoy a one-day visit to the ruins of Tihuanacu and Lake Titicaca.
- Lunch and round-trip transport from your Hotel in La Paz are included.
- Absorb the natural beauty of Lake Titicaca, the world's highest lake
- Stop at cultural points of interest surrounding of the Tihuanacu Ruins.
Tiwanaku is the most important archaeological site in Bolivia and this full-day tour lets you experience it from La Paz. Visit adjacent museums and explore the expansive site itself to learn more about its pre-Incan creators and to see features including carved stone faces, monoliths, and the Gate of the Sun.
Trade the city streets of La Paz for the stunning natural beauty of Sajama National Park. You’ll visit the Curahuara de Carangas Church, one of the oldest in South America, deemed “The Sistine Chapel of the Altiplano” for its beautiful paintings. At Sajama National Park you’ll see Andean flamingos bathing at the Huayna Kota Lagoon, walk through a queñua forest, and observe wildlife like vicuñas, alpacas, and llamas.
Experience the natural wonder that is the Uyuni Salt Flats, and see the largest salt flat on Earth. Marvel at the giant cacti, strange rock formations, and the extraordinary landscapes. Observe first-hand the production of salt, and the salt mines. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to explore another part of the world!
The beautiful Uyuni salt flats (or Salar de Uyuni) is with its 10.582 square km (4.085 square miles) the world’s largest salt flat. It is located in the Department of Potosi in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes, at 3.650 meters above sea level.
Some 40.000 years ago, the area was part of Lake Minchin, a giant prehistoric lake. When the lake dried, it left behind two modern lakes, Poopó and Uru Uru, and two major salt deserts, Salar de Coipasa and the larger Salar de Uyuni.
Experience the natural wonder the Uyuni Salt Flats and see the largest salt flat on Earth. Marvel at the strange rock formations and the extraordinary landscapes. Observe first-hand the production of salt, and the salt mines. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to explore another part of the world!
Tiwanaku is one of the most important sites in South America, this civilization which gave birth to the Incas. We also leave archaeological sites of great interest, monolithic structures, temples, pyramids and museums which help us to understand the development of life in South America.
2 EXTREME TOURS ON OFFER. START IN THE CLOUDS & END ON THE MOON.
CHACALTAYA - It was a ski area, with only one mechanical lift, placed over a glaciar, also called Chacaltaya. Furthermore, there was a restaurant and a chalet for tourists. Lots of visitors went to the mountain all-year-round. It was a common entertainment for mid and upper-classes, which spent their days there.
VALLE DE LA LUNA - a maze of canyons and giant spires. The formations, composed mainly of clay and sandstone, were created by the persistent erosion of mountains by the area’s strong winds and rains.
One of Valley de la Luna’s most breathtaking features is its varied pallet, ranging from clear beige tones to sections of red and dark purple. This natural phenomena is due to the great variance in mineral content between each individual mountain, creating colorful compositions and impressive optical illusions on the eroded hillsides.
Be captivated by one of the most beautiful landscapes in Bolivia: the Uyuni salt flats. Can you imagine walking through the largest salt desert in the world? You will see the sunset in a magical place. Essential!