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A marvelous country bordering Peru to the southeast, Bolivia displays diverse geographical environments of outstanding contrasts. Beginning with gigantic highlands completely protected by the Majestic Andes Range, the highest navigable lake in the world, Lake Titicaca, and the subtropical valleys, Bolivia comprises every type of geological classified land, flora, fauna, minerals and tropical products.

Price per Person Twin Rooms Single Rooms
Land Only From: $ 000.00 From:$ 000.00
 Day 01 / La Paz

Upon arrival reception, assistance and transfer to the hotel.

 Day 02 / La Paz

Half day tour of the city and the Moon Valley. (B)

 Day 03 / La Paz – Sucre – Potosi

Transfer to the airport to board flight to Sucre (2,790 m. – 9,148 ft.). On arrival, visit the Church and Monastery of La Recoleta, San Felipe de Neri, the House of Independence and the University Museum. Sucre, the political capital, is the best showcase of colonial architecture in Bolivia with its white coloured walls and red tiled roofs. Late two hour drive to Potosi (4,070 m.-13,345 ft.). (B)

 Day 04 / Potosi – Sucre

Morning excursion to a silver and tin mine inside the famous Cerro Potosi silver mountain. The mines have been exploited since colonial times and are still an important economic activity for the nation. In the afternoon, sightseeing of Potosi, visiting the churches of San Bernardo and San Lorenzo, the Jesuit Tower and the Cobija Archaeological Museum. Late return to Sucre by road. (B)

 Day 05 / Sucre

Full day excursion to the Village of Tarabuco to visit the Sunday Indian Market of Yampara. Weaving from this region is a renewed craft and preserves all its tradition and history. (B, L)

 Day 06 / Sucre – La Paz
Transfer to the airport to board flight to La Paz and assistance for international flight connection. (B)*Tarabuco Indian Market takes place only on Sundays. *Daily.