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Bolivia Trekking
Bolivia

Altitude - 5,100m (16,732ft)

Grading Level - T3 (click HERE to find out more about our grading)

Best months to go: May - October

Bolivia has villages and communities in some of the most far flung and seemingly inaccessible areas of the Andes. The era of the Inca and pre-Inca saw the creation of trails and routes of communication through many of the valleys and along many of the hillsides in and around La Paz. These routes make for fascinating treks, since they not only give you the chance to enjoy breathtaking glacial landscapes giving way to barren mountain crags, and in turn to thick, virgin cloud forest, but also to visit communities, many of which for whom time stood still many years ago.

Bolivia boasts a wide range of climates and landscapes, resulting in diverse weather patterns throughout the country. From dry highlands to lakeside communities and mild sub-climates, Bolivia experiences a varied climate unlike any other. Visitors can anticipate a mix of warm and cool temperatures, as well as periods of both rain and drought. The lowlands, including Cobija and Santa Cruz, tend to be hot and humid, while the highlands like Lake Titicaca and La Paz are cooler and less humid. In the Amazonian lowlands such as Chulumani and Coroico, expect warmth with refreshing cold breezes. Due to its equatorial proximity, Bolivia only has two seasons: the dry season, akin to winter from May to October, and the rainy season, akin to summer from November to March.

Bolivia, often compared to Tibet of South America, is a country that offers a varied geographical landscape. Immerse yourself in the high-altitude city of La Paz, where you can roam its bustling streets, explore its most significant squares and points of interest. Take a trip to Sucre, arguably Bolivia's most picturesque city, and the symbolic core of the nation. It was in Sucre that Bolivia's independence was declared. Although La Paz is the central location for government and treasury activities, Sucre is officially recognized as the capital.

Bolivia is home to more native inhabitants than any other country in the Americas. This offers tourists a unique blend of multicultural experiences, breathtaking natural vistas, and memorable adventures. Despite being minimally affected by mass tourism (although tours of Bolivia deliver extraordinary encounters), those who have the privilege of exploring this country return with high praises for its authentic indigenous customs and awe-inspiring natural beauty.

ITINERARY

Day 1: Sunday

Arrival to La Paz and transfer to hotel, overnight in La Paz hotel

Day 2: Monday

La Paz – Copacabana, City Tour, overnight in Copacabana hotel

Day 3: Tuesday

Copacabana – Sun and Moon Islands, back to La Paz, overnight in La Paz hotel

Day 4: Wednesday

La Paz – Tuni Condoriri – Chiarkhota Lagoon, 4,650m, overnight camp

Day 5: Thursday

Hiking Pico Austria – Chiarkhota Lagoon, 5,300m, overnight camp

Day 6: Friday

Condoriri – Maria Lloco, 4,900m, overnight camp

Day 7: Saturday

Rest Day, overnight camp

Day 8: Sunday

Maria Lloco – Laguna Milluni - Return to La Paz, 5,000m, overnight in La Paz hotel

Day 9: Monday

La Paz – Transfer, flight to Uyuni, overnight in Uyuni Desert hotel

Day 10: Tuesday

Uyuni Salar, overnight in Uyuni hotel

Day 11: Wednesday

Transfer out from hotel to airport, back to La Paz Free afternoon, overnight in La Paz hotel

Day 12: Thursday

Uyuni Salar, overnight in Uyuni hotel

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