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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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Private Tour to Copacabana and Sun Island from La Paz

Private Tour to Copacabana and Sun Island  from La Paz - La Paz, Bolivia
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Duration: 1 day
Location: La Paz, Bolivia

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$120.00

Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world, located at 3856 meters above sea level. Its shores and small islands are home to the Aymara and Quechua who come from ancient cultures that lived in this area long before the Incas dominate ... More info ›

Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world, located at 3856 meters above sea level. Its shores and small islands are home to the Aymara and Quechua who come from ancient cultures that lived in this area long before the Incas dominate. Here visitors can explore traditional villages where Spanish is the second language and where ancient myths and beliefs persist even today. One of the peculiarities of Lake Titicaca are the small floating islands inhabited by a tribe called the Uros. In these small islands visitors are welcomed and can even ride in one of the famous reed boats.

We pick you up by private vehicle from your hotel in La Paz. You will be driven with a professional guide to Copacabana, enjoying natural landscapes.

Arrive at Copacabana cute village for a small local snack. We tour and visit the sanctuary and the Virgen Morena. You will have the chance to meet small regional artisans and learn about some local culture.

Then we will make our way to the Isla del Sol on a private boat with a local guide. We will walk through the "Inca Grand Staircase" and also see the Sacred Fountain, whose groundwater, it's said, would give youth and eternal happiness! After this we will have lunch at the local archaeological restaurant and then visit the small handicraft market and ancestral places to learn about the customs that still remain from the ancestors.

On our return enjoy the scenery of the lake and painting the colors of nature at sunset.

Overland trip to your hotel in La Paz.

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Death Road: Mountain Bike Tour on the World's Most Dangerous Road

Death Road: Mountain Bike Tour on the World's Most Dangerous Road - La Paz, Bolivia
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Duration: 13 hours 30 minutes
Location: La Paz, Bolivia

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$125.00

Fly down the 'world’s most dangerous road' on this thrilling mountain-biking adventure! Leave from a high-altitude plain near La Paz, and follow expert guides downhill for 40 miles (64 km) on a narrow, winding road carved into the mountainside. Take breaks along the way to admire the landscape that changes from snowcapped Andes to Amazonian jungle ... More info ›

Fly down the 'world’s most dangerous road' on this thrilling mountain-biking adventure! Leave from a high-altitude plain near La Paz, and follow expert guides downhill for 40 miles (64 km) on a narrow, winding road carved into the mountainside. Take breaks along the way to admire the landscape that changes from snowcapped Andes to Amazonian jungle. Then unwind at La Senda Verde Ecotourism Resort, an animal refuge, where you’ll enjoy lunch and observe rescued wildlife. Return to La Paz the same day, or stay overnight at La Senda Verde or in Coroico.

Meet your team of expert guides from Gravity Assisted Mountain Biking early in the morning at Cafe del Mundo on Sarganaga Street in La Paz. From there, a minibus takes you for an hour-long ride to La Cumbre. Featured in numerous news outlets, Gravity has led more than 33,000 riders safely down the mountain and is recognized by major travel guides for its exemplary safety record and practices.

In La Cumbre, on a plain in the Andes at 15,400 feet (4,700 meters) above sea level, note the low clouds and admire the snowcapped mountains, including Huayna Potosí, the highest peak near La Paz. Here, receive your safety briefing and practice using your mountain bike against gusts of cold wind.

Pedal off and begin your death-defying ride down what locals dubbed Camino de la Muerte, or Death Road. The route has been christened the world's most dangerous road by organizations like the Inter-American Development Bank; you'll find out why on your 40-mile journey that descends 11,800 feet (3,600 meters), most of which is downhill.

Ride through mist and rain on a mountain-hugging asphalt road just wide enough for two-way traffic. From the corner of your eye, catch glimpses of small villages and grazing llamas nearby, but keep your focus on the slippery road ahead of you. Pedal uphill for a few lung-sapping miles before proceeding downhill again (this portion of the ride is optional, and you may ride in the support vehicle following your group if you prefer not to bike certain parts of the tour).

Stop periodically along the way to rest, have refreshments, and snap shots of the soaring cliffs, rock overhangs and lush green vegetation.

Next up is the most difficult part of the ride. Enter the subtropics of the Amazonian jungle as the asphalt road turns into a dirt road, a much narrower path with gravel and mud. Take a deep breath as you realize nothing separates you from the sheer cliff drops of more than 3,300 feet (1,000 meters) a short distance away. You can, however, take some comfort in knowing that most of the traffic has been diverted to a newer road elsewhere. During the bumpy and dusty ride, feel the mist on your face from the cascading waterfalls to your right.

Just when you think it can’t get any more humid, you're almost finished! Arrive at the village of Yolosa, the end of your descent, and ride to La Senda Verde Ecotourism Resort, an animal refuge. Enjoy a hot shower, unwind by the pool and feast on a pasta buffet lunch. While you relax, take in the incredible scenery, and observe monkeys, parrots and other rescued wildlife.

After several hours of resting at La Senda Verde, ride the minivan back to La Paz, about a three- to four-hour drive. You also have the option of staying overnight at La Senda Verde or being dropped off in the main square of Coroico. Wherever you sleep, you'll do it well knowing your day on Death Road has earned you considerable bragging rights.

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Urban Rush: Building Rappel in La Paz

Urban Rush: Building Rappel in La Paz - La Paz, Bolivia
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: La Paz, Bolivia

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$31.99

Play out your superhero dreams: Dress up as Spiderman and jump out of a 17th-floor window of a building in downtown La Paz! This rappelling adventure is the perfect fix for adrenaline junkies. Pick out a costume to wear, attend a safety briefing, and get fitted and strapped into top-of-the-line equipment by expert guides ... More info ›

Play out your superhero dreams: Dress up as Spiderman and jump out of a 17th-floor window of a building in downtown La Paz! This rappelling adventure is the perfect fix for adrenaline junkies. Pick out a costume to wear, attend a safety briefing, and get fitted and strapped into top-of-the-line equipment by expert guides. Practice on a mini-wall before your 164-foot (50-meter) descent! Rigged into your harness, rappel down the side of the building. When you reach the sixth floor, let go of the rope (and your fears) as you free fall for several seconds before landing on the bottom platform unscathed.

Your rappelling adventure begins at the Hotel Presidente on Potosí Street in downtown La Paz, across from the San Francisco Church. Take the elevator to the 15th floor and walk up two flights of stairs to reach the Urban Rush office.

Before donning your gear, peruse through the costumes and decide who you want to be for this daredevil feat. Captain America? Batman? How about Santa, the seasoned pro of rappelling?

After you dress up, expert guides will fit you into top-notch quality equipment and provide a safety briefing. They will show you two main types of rappelling. In the traditional method of descent, you’re facing the wall seated in your harness. With the attached rope hanging in front of you, you jump backward from the wall and make your way down.

If you want to go rap jumping, another form of rappelling, expect to learn an action film–worthy maneuver where you position your body perpendicular to the wall for a headfirst descent.

After the briefing, your guides will take you through practice runs on a mini-wall inside.

Once you feel confident — or at least better prepared — head to the platform for the big event! Perched high above the city on the 17th floor, you might focus on the sweeping views to calm your nerves before the 164-foot (50-meter) descent.

Suspend all common sense and scamper down that wall of steel! Control your speed by tightening or loosening your grip on your rope. Remember there are two safety ropes, and expert guides stand above and below you with additional brake support.

Just when you think you got the hang of it, you reach the sixth floor, where your guides stop you to prepare for the free fall. Let go of your rope and kick off hard from the wall, plummeting toward a terrace where an expert guide on the bottom platform stands ready to receive you. This guide and the one above slow and stop your fall safely as you land.

Once you realize you made it in one piece, your guide will show you the way back to the 17th-floor office to gather your belongings.

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Private Departure Transfer: La Paz Hotels to El Alto International Airport

Private Departure Transfer: La Paz Hotels to El Alto International Airport - La Paz, Bolivia
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Duration: Varies
Location: La Paz, Bolivia

From USD
$20.00

Avoid the stress of finding a taxi to take from your La Paz hotel to El Alto International Airport (LPB). Sit back and relax in this reliable private transfer service that takes you from the door of your downtown hotel to the airport in comfort and ease ... More info ›

Avoid the stress of finding a taxi to take from your La Paz hotel to El Alto International Airport (LPB). Sit back and relax in this reliable private transfer service that takes you from the door of your downtown hotel to the airport in comfort and ease. Private transfers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Meet your professional driver in the lobby of your downtown La Paz hotel and step into your comfortable private vehicle for transfer to El Alto International Airport (LPB). Your driver takes your luggage to the airline counter with you. It's as simple as that!

Your private airport transfer is a worry-free way to wrap up your vacation or business trip in La Paz, Bolivia. By prebooking a private airport departure transfer, you can skip the stress of finding a suitable taxi, or taking confusing and often unpredictable public transportation.

Your convenient and reliable door-to-door transportation takes you from your hotel to the airport, and is available 24 hours, seven days a week. Individuals or private groups of up to 8 people can be accommodated by this private transfer service, traveling by private sedan, SUV, or van depending on the number of people in your party.

When booking, you will need to provide your departure flight details as well as your downtown La Paz hotel information. Your transfer will be confirmed at the time of booking and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

Price is per person, based on 8 adults per car/vehicle.

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3-Day Salar de Uyuni

3-Day Salar de Uyuni - Uyuni, Bolivia
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Duration: 3 days
Location: Uyuni, Bolivia

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$149.00

Join this 3-day tour in Salar de Uyuni sharing with more people interested in the visiting this surreal landscape of desert and colored lagoons of the Ecuador Avaroa Reseve. In winter, called dry season from May to October, when the surface hardens, geometric figures formed by the salt particles agglomerated into polygons appear ... More info ›

Join this 3-day tour in Salar de Uyuni sharing with more people interested in the visiting this surreal landscape of desert and colored lagoons of the Ecuador Avaroa Reseve. In winter, called dry season from May to October, when the surface hardens, geometric figures formed by the salt particles agglomerated into polygons appear. In summer, rainy season from November to March, the salt desert is transformed into a giant mirror that blends into the sky of the purest blue you've ever seen before.

Day 1: (L, D)
Our adventure begins visiting an outdoor museum of ancient and impressive field trains.
Enter the Salar by Colchani where we will see the salt processing and piles of salt, visit the hotel salt, eyes water and continue downtown to visit the Incahuasi Island of volcanic rock and giant cactus and a top that climb it becomes extraordinary viewpoint of the white salt plain.
we go to the island fish and then continue to the Mala Mala Bay, at the opposite end of the Salar to head to Galaxy Cave, an extraordinary place where we can appreciate ancestral burials and petrified cactus.
At night we came to stay overnight at a Basic Hostal de Sal in dormitories.

Day 2 (B, L, D):
To the south are Cañapa gaps, Stinking, Chiarkota, Honda and Ramadita, where large numbers of flamingos can be founded. Other birds, such as geese and Andean gulls accompany the flamingos in these lagoons flanked by snow-capped volcanoes that have a green skirt down (brava straw yareta and thola).
We enter to the deserter sand and pebbles where the landscapes painted very beautiful shades in order to reach the hotel
At night we came to stay overnight at a basic hostel in the red lagoon to watch the sunset in one of the most beautiful landscapes on the planet.

Day 3: (B, L):
At dawn we will go in search of known geysers Sol de Mañana. They arrive at the first rays of light. This is the highest point of the route, about 5000 m.
The cold is intense. You will see pools where the land seems to boil red, gray and scarlet mud can be traversed by us in their own shores. The desert and Salar de Chalviri is another scene of great landscape value that combines the white snow, ocher desert, the blue water and white of borax. In one corner we can take a bath in Termas de Polques and enjoy a hearty breakfast outdoors.
And almost as an excess and to leave this desert valley, we will visit Laguna Verde, at the foot of the volcano Licancabur.
We arrive at this lagoon just on time to see how the water go from emerald green to a duller.

In return we stop for lunch at Laguna Colorada, main nesting center of the three species of flamingos and whose algae and plankton activated by solar radiation and wind give both pink lagoon as part of the legs and plumage these exotic birds.
No one can forget the experience of this journey!

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