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Full-Day Tour of Tiwanaku Archaeological Site from La Paz, Bolivia

Full-Day Tour of Tiwanaku Archaeological Site from La Paz, Bolivia - La Paz, Bolivia

Duration: 8 hours
Location: La Paz, Bolivia

From USD
$40.00

Visit the ruins of one of the oldest cultures that lived in the Andes, the Tiwanaku culture is full of amazing facts and history. Half day tour that will take you to one of the most enigmatic places in Bolivia.

Located near the southern shore of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, the city of Tiwanaku (also spelled Tiahuanaco) was the capital of a powerful pre-Inca civilization that dominated the Andean region between 500 AD and 900 AD ... More info ›

Visit the ruins of one of the oldest cultures that lived in the Andes, the Tiwanaku culture is full of amazing facts and history. Half day tour that will take you to one of the most enigmatic places in Bolivia.

Located near the southern shore of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, the city of Tiwanaku (also spelled Tiahuanaco) was the capital of a powerful pre-Inca civilization that dominated the Andean region between 500 AD and 900 AD. The monumental remains of this great culture include several temples, a pyramid, symbolic gates, monoliths, and mysterious carvings of alien-like faces. Arriving later, the Incas regarded Tiwanaku as the site of creation by their god Viracocha, who rose from the depths of Lake Titicaca.

This is the most important Bolivian archeological site, where the monolith Bennet can be appreciated, the famous Gate of the Sun, the Kalasasaya temple, the Akapana pyramid, the semi-subterranean Temple, the lithic and ceramic museums, Puma Punku and more.
Pickups begin at 7:30 am for hotels in the downtown area. For hotels in Sopocachi or in the south zone of the city, a meeting point is arranged. You return to the central San Francisco church by 4 pm approximately. Tour includes transportation, lunch, guide, and entrance fees.

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Uyuni Full Day

Uyuni Full Day - Uyuni, Bolivia

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Uyuni, Bolivia

From USD
$90.00

Visit the train cemetery, the giant cactus island, the town of Colchani, and the amazing salt flats!! Tour leaves at 10 am returns at 7 pm approximately.

Today we will have an unforgettable trip through 4600 sq. miles of fantastic salt landscapes ... More info ›

Visit the train cemetery, the giant cactus island, the town of Colchani, and the amazing salt flats!! Tour leaves at 10 am returns at 7 pm approximately.

Today we will have an unforgettable trip through 4600 sq. miles of fantastic salt landscapes. Prepare your cameras! The dazzling white cloak that is Uyuni's Salt Flats looks like a huge glacier.

In winter (dry season from May to October), when the surface is harder, geometrical-like figures shaped from salt particles clustered in polygons show up. In summer (watery season from November to February) the salty desert becomes a giant mirror that melts with the America's purest sky. First we will visit the Trains Cemetery, then we will enter Salt Flats through Colchani, where we can shop handcrafts made out of salt, beyond that; the salt hills.

Once in the white desert's vast surface, we will visit the hotel made out of salt, the waterholes, and we will bear to the middle point to visit Incahuasi Island, of volcanic rocks and giant cactuses and a summit that, when escalated, becomes and extraordinary lookout for the salt white plain.

After the visit to the island, we will have lunch and in the evening, we will return to Uyuni to board the night buses on time for their departures. Arrival back to UYUNI approximately at 19:00 hrs.

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Full Day Tour of Sun Island in Copacabana from La Paz

Full Day Tour of Sun Island in Copacabana from La Paz - La Paz, Bolivia
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Duration: 15 hours
Location: La Paz, Bolivia

From USD
$80.00

Starting with pickup from your hotel, or from a designated meeting point in La Paz, you will get a chance to visit Copacabana and the south part of Sun Island, all led by a professional guide. Once you reach the city, lunch will be provided, and then you'll get on a boat to see the historical attractions on Sun Island ... More info ›

Starting with pickup from your hotel, or from a designated meeting point in La Paz, you will get a chance to visit Copacabana and the south part of Sun Island, all led by a professional guide. Once you reach the city, lunch will be provided, and then you'll get on a boat to see the historical attractions on Sun Island. Travelers will get a chance to visit the town of Yumani as well as the Inca Steps and the fountain that they refer to as the Fountain of Youth.

Leave La Paz at around 7 am. After aproximately 3 hours you will arrive to Tiquina, the narrowest part of the lake, where you will cross to the other side by boat and meet the bus on the other side to continue with the trip, after another 30-40 minutes you will arrive to the town of Copacabana.  Once there you will have lunch and then head towards the shore to catch a boat to the Sun Island, in the south part of the Island you will see the Inca steps and the Inca fountain, also known as the youth fountain, this fountain represents the 3 pillars of the Aymara Culture, Ama Sua, Ama Llulla and Ama Quella, which mean, you shall not steal, shall not lie and shall not be lazy.  Afterwards you will visit the town of Yumani and then start heading back to the port to catch the boat back to Copacabana.  Once in Copacabana you will visit the Church, main square and crafts market and by 6 pm you will catch the bus back to La Paz, you should arrive back in the city by 10 pm.

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El Alto and Aymara Mansions

El Alto and Aymara Mansions - La Paz, Bolivia

Duration: 4 hours
Location: La Paz, Bolivia

From USD
$25.00

Meet in front of the San Francisco Church and go with your guide towards the central station to catch the Red Line cable cars, then switch over to the Blue Line, ride the cable cars and have a birds eye view of a couple of avenues full of Cholets, once of the cable cars you will head over to visit one of these amazing buildings and learn what they are used for and how the El Alto economy has grown so much thanks to theses places and the events that take place in them.  Then visit the Mamani Mamani apartment complex “WHIPALA”. Afterwards head back to the center of El Alto and back to the city of La Paz.

The City of El Alto was part of the city of La Paz until the year 1987, since then it is an independent and autonomous city.  Thanks to this division El Alto started growing and expanding very rapidly, along with the massive waves of immigration from the rural area and the new socialist government came a big economic growth.  This sudden growth made it possible for new designs and structures to be build all over El Alto, it was in this big construction wave that Arquitect Freddy Mamani became well know and sought after for building the amazing structures that we now call Andean mansion or Cholets (mixture between the word Cholo and Chalet) ... More info ›

Meet in front of the San Francisco Church and go with your guide towards the central station to catch the Red Line cable cars, then switch over to the Blue Line, ride the cable cars and have a birds eye view of a couple of avenues full of Cholets, once of the cable cars you will head over to visit one of these amazing buildings and learn what they are used for and how the El Alto economy has grown so much thanks to theses places and the events that take place in them.  Then visit the Mamani Mamani apartment complex “WHIPALA”. Afterwards head back to the center of El Alto and back to the city of La Paz.

The City of El Alto was part of the city of La Paz until the year 1987, since then it is an independent and autonomous city.  Thanks to this division El Alto started growing and expanding very rapidly, along with the massive waves of immigration from the rural area and the new socialist government came a big economic growth.  This sudden growth made it possible for new designs and structures to be build all over El Alto, it was in this big construction wave that Arquitect Freddy Mamani became well know and sought after for building the amazing structures that we now call Andean mansion or Cholets (mixture between the word Cholo and Chalet).  Although the city of El Alto has become more and more modern they have kept their roots and traditions very strong and this can be seen in the rich mixture between the ancient and the modern of the designs of these buildings.  Very colorful, bright and unique amazing buildings now decorate the city of El Alto.   Another important artist that has become very well known is Mamani Mamani, local painter that makes these very colorful and bright, yet deeply local and traditional designs for his paintings.  He has painted a few facades over the city but his biggest project is the WHIPALA COMPLEX, a total of 6 big apartment buildings that have the whole façade painted by Mamani Mamani, the structure is so massive that you can actually see it from the planes when landing or taking off from the El Alto Airport.

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Copacabana and Sun Island 2D-1N

Copacabana and Sun Island 2D-1N - La Paz, Bolivia
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Duration: 2 days
Location: La Paz, Bolivia

From USD
$55.00

Visit Copacabana and the beautiful Sun Island, spend the night on the Sun Island and watch the beautiful sunset and sunrise. You can also stay in town instead and enjoy a bit of the night life in Copacabana ... More info ›

Visit Copacabana and the beautiful Sun Island, spend the night on the Sun Island and watch the beautiful sunset and sunrise. You can also stay in town instead and enjoy a bit of the night life in Copacabana. In this tour you have a chance to trek through the south part of the Island and the Inca steps and Inca Fountain.

Pick ups between 6:30 and 7:00 am from hotels in the central downtown area.  Arrival to Copacabana at 11 am approximately, visit town and then have lunch, afterwards take a boat over to the Sun Island, visit the Inca Steps, and go up to the town of Yumani, watch the sunset and have dinner, spend the night on the Island and next day after breakfast do a longer trek through the south of the Sun Island, afterwards head back to Copacabana and after lunch return to La Paz. When you arrive the guide will help you get a cab back to your hotel.

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Private Day Trip Salar de Uyuni

Private Day Trip Salar de Uyuni - Uyuni, Bolivia
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Uyuni, Bolivia

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$220.00

Vsit the Salar de Uyuni in a comfortable private car with excellent personal service. Observe Andean landscapes with local wildlife and flora ... More info ›

Vsit the Salar de Uyuni in a comfortable private car with excellent personal service. Observe Andean landscapes with local wildlife and flora. Enjoy lunch in the great Salar de Uyuni during your day trip. Gaze upon a spectacular sunset upon return to conclude your tour.

You will leave in the morning and visit the train cemetery, then head to the Great Salt Lake.
On the way, meet the people of Colchani where you will see an artisanal salt processing plant. Then visit the Salar to meet the eyes of water and observe the salt extraction process. Visit the Incahuasi Island (known as Fish Island) where you can observe the famous giant cactus.

Continue the journey towards the town Tahua located at the foot of Volcan Tunupa, the shores of the Salar. Lunch will be provided on this tour.
Later return to the banks of the Salar, where you will see the stunning sunset on the Salar, where the sky at this latitude is considered one of the clearest in the world.

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