La Paz

The La Paz Department comprises 133,985 km² with a 2001 census population of 2,350,466 inhabitants. It is situated at the western border of Bolivia, sharing Lake Titicaca with Peru. It contains the mighty Cordillera Real that reaches altitudes of 6.6 kilometers (4.1 miles). Northeast of the Cordill See more details


Sucre, historically the city has also been known as Charcas, La Plata and Chuquisaca, is the constitutional capital of Bolivia, seat of the Supreme Court (Corte Suprema de Justicia) and capital of the Chuquisaca department. The city has a population of 230.000, located in the south-central part of See more details

Titikaka Lake

Lake Titicaca is the second largest lake in South America and the highest navigable lake in the world. Located in the Bolivian and Peruvian altiplano some 3,800 meters. Its maximum depth is estimated in excess of 360 m. It consists of two bodies of water separated by the Strait of Tiquina, the large See more details

“Death road” Mountain Biking

The road to the Yungas, also known as Death Road is a road belonging to the National Route 3 from Bolivia and approximately 80 km long, linking La Paz and the Yungas region northeast of La Paz. It is legendary for its extreme danger and the number of deaths in traffic accidents per year (an average See more details

Uyuni Salt Flats

Salar de Uyuni (or Salar de Tunupa) is the world's largest salt flat at 10,582 km² (4,085 square miles). It is located in the Potosí and Oruro departments in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes, 3,650 meters high. The major minerals found in the Salar are halite and gypsum. The Salar i See more details


The department of Potosí is in southwestern Bolivia. It comprises 118,218 km² with 709,013 inhabitants (2001 census). The capital is the city of Potosí. It is mostly a barren, mountainous region with one large plateau to the west, where the largest salt flat in the world - Salar de Uyuni - is lo See more details


Bolivia is now relatively easy and inexpensive to visit. Having overcome the political an economic problems of the early 1980's. Bolivia is now economically and politically stable, with one of the lower inflation rates in Latin America. It is safer in terms of general theft and robbery than neighboring countries.


Uyuni Salt Flats, Lagoons & Deserts

Salar de Uyuni


Private land transfer to the city of Oruro (237km), Lunch in a local restaurant. 15:30 departure by train towards Uyuni and arrival, reception and transfer to your hotel.

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Tiwanaku Ruins

Tiwanaku The ruins of Tiwanaku are located only 72km from the city of La Paz away and are considered the most oldest in the continent 3.000 B.C. Visit with us and and know more about our history...

Floating Island

Urus This particular group of artificial island are an interesting place to visit during a stay in Puno; come with us and see from close.

Titikaka Lake

Lago Titicaca The lake is located at the northern end of the Altiplano basin high in the Andes on the border of Bolivia and Peru. Come with us and discover the magic of the many islands and people. …

Takesi Trail

Takesi Trail This is the Bolivia’s most frequented “Inca trail”, actually a pre-Columbian trail probably constructed during the Tiwanaku culture.


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