TIWANAKU RUINS

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

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Huayna Potosi

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.

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Uyuni Salt Flats

Crossing the largest salt lakes in the world (12,000 sq km) at the elevation of 3650m is possibly the most surreal and amazing experience you will ever encounter. The landscape is extraordinarily beautiful, blindingly white desert surrounded by extinct volcanoes and dazzling red and emerald lakes. Incahuasi Island (often referred to by the misnomer Isla del Pescador) located in the middle of the Salar is home to hundreds of giant cacti captured in the scenic rocky landscape which contrasts strikingly with the salt flats. There are many opportunities to see Andean wildlife in their natural habitat, including the very elegant and rare pink James flamingos.  Adding to the mystique are steaming geysers, boiling mud pots and a chance to experience the welcoming sensation of hot springs in the wilderness at a comfy 30 C

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