The Acotango (6052m) is a volcano located in the border between Chile and Bolivia in the Western Mountain Range, close to SAJAMA NATIONAL PARK, this Acotango volcano is in front of Sajama and Parinacota volcano, most popular volcanoes in Bolivia and Sajama the most high with 6550 meters . The ascension for Acotango volcano is easy but relatively long.
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Explore the ancient ruins of a lost civilization that demonstrates the greatest megalithic architectural achievements of pre-Inca SA. The treasures of Tiwanaku are scattered all over the world; however, some have been preserved and can be seen at the onsite museum. A visit to this great ceremonial center is particularly interesting for those wanting to discover more about pre- Inca history and culture. Our knowledgeable bilingual guides make this an enlightening half day excursion
La Paz or Our Lady of La Paz is the capital of the seat of government of Bolivia. The city was founded on 20 October 1548 by the Spanish captain Alonso de Mendoza.
The city center is approximately at 3650 meters.
La Paz is the second largest and most populous urban area of Bolivia. “One of the 7 cities wonders of the world”
La Paz is a city that amazes visitors with its houses climbing the hills playing with gravity, and Cholitas (native women) with their typical dress give a special color. La Paz is surrounded by forested hills and crowned by the majestic Illimani at 6545 meters
Gravity Assited Mountain Biking WORLD MOST DANGEROUS ROUTE GRAVITY ASSISTED MOUNTAIN BIKING THE DAY AT A GLANCE Meeting at 07:30am in Café Alexander on the Prado, almost Plaza del Estudiante so we can get you organized for departure. We load your backpacks into our support vehicle. The drive up to La…..
Huayna Potosí is the most popular peak in Bolivia as it is easily accessible to novices. At 6088m it surpasses the magic 6000m mark, meaning you’re kicking ass if you reach the summit. This climb is certainly a challenge but attainable to anyone who is acclimatized. It is worth every oxygen-depleting step. The breathtaking views, the twinkling night lights below you and the shimmering stars above you makes you feel like you’re floating between two worlds. The incredible sunrise and views over the city and Cordillera Real mountain range make this climb one of the most memorable and rewarding experiences in SA.
This is a magnificent hike; perhaps the most epic Bolivia has to offer. You will have the opportunity to explore uninhibited wilderness, while the surrounding scenery is the best of the Andes, with views of Ancohuma, Illimani, the Cordillera Real and Sunchuli. There will be many opportunities to observe Andean wildlife, including llamas, alpacas, Condors, Viscachas, Vicuñas and if you’re really lucky, the bespectacled bear. This enchanting trek through isolated villages, beautiful rolling hills sparkling with streams and the occasional waterfall, goldmines and the opportunity to bump into a Kallawaya (traveling doctor) from the village of Curva combined with hardcore trekking involving a series of switchbacks makes this an incredible and rewarding trip.
Chacaltaya, commonly referred to as the “highest ski resort in the world,” is located a short distance from La Paz. For those of you in search of fresh powder, don’t get your hopes up just yet as the slope is no longer skiable due to the receding glacier (6-10m a year). However, at 5,300m, Chacaltaya boasts some of the most stunning views of the Cordillera Real, the city of La Paz and the seemingly endless altiplano. The best part is that you only have to ascend 200m by foot to reach the summit.
Chacaltaya, commonly referred to as the “highest ski resort in the world,” is located a short distance from La Paz. For those of you in search of fresh powder, don’t get your hopes up just yet as the slope is no longer skiable due to the receding glacier (6-10m a…..