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.
Explore Bolivia’s giant salt flats on this guided excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup and flight from La Paz, travel with an English-speaking guide to Uyuni. Stop by an antique train cemetery, marvel at the rock formations and towering cacti of Incahuasi Island and visit Tunupa Volcano for views of local wildlife. Enjoy a delicious breakfast, lunch, and a champagne toast included in the tour price.
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.
Have a great experience visiting the Temple of Copacabana. After, a relaxing and panoramic trip of 1 ½ hours by boat to get to “Isla del Sol”, walk through the steps of the Inca, drink from the Inca´s Fountain and then continue with a walk to the Ruins of Pilcocaina (Temple of the Sun), this walk is a little tiring with a spectacular view of the Sacred Titikaka Lake and its main Island.
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.
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.
Visit the most antique archeological site of South America, th remains of the first precolumbian empire from the western hemisphere. During this tour you will discover the traditions and misteries of this sacred place visiting the Sun of the Gate, semi-subterranean temple, Akapana, the buried pyramid, monoliths that represents the priests (or chamans) during the apogue of this empire and Puma Punku, a misterious archeological site.We will vist the museum where are many remains fron this empire, skulls, tools, golden bijouterie, weapons, textiles and others.This tour only includes transportation from La Paz and guide.*This price is applied from 2 travelers, if you are a solo traveler please send us a message to coordinate.
The infamous Death Road boasts some of Bolivia’s most exciting descents, attracting mountain-biking thrill-seekers from across the world—but you can enjoy an adrenaline rush out of the saddle, too. On this tour, begin with pickup at your downtown La Paz hotel, and tackle Death Road by bike and zip line. With all safety equipment plus breakfast and lunch included, experience wild thrills in Bolivia’s tropical Yungas region.
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.
LA PAZ CITY – DEATH ROAD – NIRVANA FROM BOLIVIA.In Our SERVICE you WILL VISIT:- COROICO TOWN (LAND OF THE COCA LEAF)- WALK THROUGH THE WALKS THROUGH THE WATERFALLS OF THE PLACE- VISIT TO THE WILD ANIMALS REFUGE ( SENDA VERDE)- SMALL GROUPES.- CITY CABLE-CAR INCLUDED.- PANORAMIC PHOTOS OF THE DEATH ROAD.- USE THE PRIVATE TRANSPORT INCLUDED.*INCLUDES*PUBLIC TRANSPORT / BILINGUAL TOUR GUIDE / PERSONAL WATER BOTLE.From the high mountains, we offer you a tour of the warm and scenic lands of the department of La Paz, to enjoy, its warm climate, enjoy its passages and vegetation, as well as the variety of fruit trees, and plantings of the leaf of CokeTo perform this service a minimum of 2 people is required.write us and check our prices for “ONE PERSON”.
Explore the glaciers and eroded canyons that surround La Paz on a full-day tour of Chacaltaya and Moon Valley. While reaching both locations in a single day would be a challenge without expensive private transport, this cost-effective combination tour takes care of logistics so you can discover an abandoned ski resort that was once the highest in the world, then follow a maze of hiking trails through Moon Valley.
Details: • Tour Time inside Tiwanaku: 3 ½ Hrs. • Departure Point: Your Hotel in the Downtown or a pick up point. • Arrival Point: San Francisco Church • Arrival Time: 04:30 p.m. • Mode of transport: By Bus Itinerary • 08:00 – 9:00 a.m. Hotel (Downtown) pick up. • 10:30 a.m. Tour Start in Tiwanaku: ruins, museums and Puma Punku. • 02:00 p.m. Lunch time. • 03:00 p.m. Return to the city. • 04:30 p.m. Drop-off at San Francisco Church.
Explore the colorful and exuberant architecture of El Alto known as Cholets with us every day on our half-day Andean Architecture tour.The jolting, captivating mix of old and new, tradition and modernity, is uniquely Bolivian, and what better way to visit the cholets than with a local guide who loves to share his/her culture, city, and home. On the tour we go up to El Alto using the teleferico (cable cars), from there we visit different parts of El Alto and see a wide array of Cholet architecture, even some in construction. We also have the opportunity to enter a cholet and see the vibrant designs throughout its’ interior. Your guide will not only show you the amazing buildings, but also explain the culture and tradition they display, bringing to life the cholets and the social landscape of Bolivia. Book now!
The trip that we made consists of having beautiful memories of the Chacaltaya mountain which facilitated the ascent to this, venturing us in the altitude until reaching the top 5400 msnm later this tour is combined with the Valley of the Moon that we will cross all the city to arrive, once arrived we will feel that we have reached a place like the moon with incredible formations of the eroded earth.
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.
Pre-dating even the Incas, the UNESCO–listed archaeological site of Tiwanaku shines a light on an ancient civilization lost in time—but visiting independently means missing the site's historic significance. On this tour, begin with pickup at your La Paz hotel and explore with your guide. Gain valuable insight into the meaning behind relics like the Gate of the Sun, the Kalasasaya Temple, and the Puma Punku complex.
Flying from La Paz to the great Salt Flats of Uyuni means you can experience one of Bolivia’s most spectacular places with limited time. You’ll have gorgeous views across the landscape as you touch town at Uyuni’s Joya Andina Airport, where a driver will meet you for a private, full-day tour in a climate-controlled Land Cruiser. Visit the train cemetery, the otherworldly Incahuasi Island, and Tunupa Volcano, then pause for a Champagne toast and sunset over the salt flats before flying back to La Paz.
Visit Copacabana and Isla del Sol on a full-day, private tour from La Paz to Lake Titicaca that’s a personalized alternative to crowded group tours. Traveling by private car and boat means you’re not limited to shared transport schedules, so you’ll have time to browse local markets, hike to an ancient Inca site, taste local cuisine, and catch a spectacular sunset as you travel through the Bolivian altiplano.
Delve into the dramatic landscapes of Palca Canyon (Cañón de Palca) on a full-day hiking tour from La Paz. In the company of a guide, you’ll explore the rugged rock formations and twisting caverns of the eroded amphitheater. Observe the vivid contrast of lush flora with the barren rocks and listen to informative commentary as you explore the surreal environment. A hearty lunch, a drink and round-trip transport from your La Paz hotel are included on this small-group tour, limited to six people.
Drive Bolivia’s ‘Death Road’ on a full-day, private tour from La Paz that descends from the high Andes Mountains to the forests of the Yungas. Traveling in a private car means a safer and more comfortable journey along the dramatic road, and with an afternoon to see Coroico, you can sample Bolivian coffee, swim in waterfalls, visit fruit or coca plantations, and enjoy a leisurely lunch in the subtropical warmth.
Ride the Death Road from La Cubre to Yolosa on a full-day bike descent of one of Bolivia’s most dramatic byways. Full-suspension bikes equipped with powerful hydraulic disk brakes mean a safer downhill ride that’s easier on your body, and you’ll arrive in Yolosa for showers, snacks, and some time to swim before returning to La Paz.
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.
Experience the highlights in and around La Paz in a single day. Relax with personalized service and comfortable private transport while you visit museums, ride a cable car for scenic views of the Andean highlands, and navigate Lake Titicaca in a traditional reed boat. Hotel pickup and drop-off plus breakfast, snacks, and lunch are provided.
Benefit from personalized attention and a flexible itinerary on this private tour of Tiwanaku from La Paz. Learn about the site's lost culture and tour the 15,000-year-old structures with a dedicated guide providing insightful commentary for you and your party. You'll also explore the Pumapunku stone complex; these two stops are an ambitious tour to arrange on your own, but traveling with a guide and provided round-trip transportation makes it easy and stress-free.