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The City of La Paz and its surroundings can transport you to a mysterious past where any corner, any street, is a hidden treasure where adventure begins; a living history which treasures the pre-Hispanic times with all their traditions and magic rites on its streets. The indigenous, colonial and modern areas, Indian Market, Witch Doctor's Market & breathtaking panoramas are all framed by the m...

Tiwanaku culture existed between 1.580 BC-1.000 AD and the magnificent ruins in Bolivia are a symbol of one of the oldest civilizations in the Americas. The Sun Gate, the Temple of Kalasasaya and the Pyramid of Akapana are the sample of a glorious past. Tiwanaku culture was agrarian based economy with an estimated population of 115,000 inhabitants. The state controlled agriculture produced the s...

The Zongo Valley lies northeast of the city of La Paz in the eastern foothills of Cordillera Real mountain range with peaks reaching over 6000 metres. The route from city of La Paz to this spectacular valley begins at the Chacaltaya intersection and descends rapidly through mountains to the lush vegetation of the cloud forest. The Zongo Valley is characterised by a variety of ecological levels, a...

Sucre, the original capital of Bolivia, was founded by the Spanish in the first half of the 16th century. Its many well-preserved 16th-century religious buildings, illustrate the blending of local architectural traditions with styles imported from Europe. Visit to The Recoleta and San Francisco Church, the House of Liberty where Simon Bolivar signed the Independence of Bolivia. Visit to the text...

Full day excursion to the famous Tarabuco indigenous market from Sucre. On Sundays, Tarabuco becomes a bustling market when the indigenous people descend on the town from nearby villages to buy and sell their wares, it is particularly well known for its wonderful Indian weavings. A fantastic way to experience the Yampara culture and admire the brightly coloured, eye catching costumes worn by the l...

Potosi is a famous Colonial City and source of silver during colonial times. The rich mountain, Cerro Rico, also called by the locals “the mountain which eats men” towers over the city and according to legend it has produced enough silver to build a solid silver bridge from Potosi to Madrid. During the 16th century its numerous and profitable mines made it the second largest city in th...

Base yourself at the extraordinary Luna Salada, a hotel made entirely of salt with a priveleged location of the edge of the Salar de Uynui. Day 1 - Arrival to the airport in Uyuni, the closest town to the stunning Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat on Earth. Located on the Bolivian Andean Altiplano with 12,000 km2; the Bolivian Andes offers out of this world scenery The sound of silence makes t...

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