Day Trips from La Paz, Bolivia

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  • La Paz: Tiwanaku Archeological Site Full-Day Tour

    1. La Paz: Tiwanaku Archeological Site Full-Day Tour

    After pickup from your hotel in central La Paz at around 7:30 AM, you'll head to Tiwanaku to explore the most important archaeological site in Bolivia.  Located near the southern shore of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, the city of Tiwanaku, also spelled Tiahuanaco, was the capital of a powerful pre-Incan civilization that dominated the Andean region between 500 AD and 900 AD. Arriving later, the Incas regarded Tiwanaku as the site where their god Viracocha rose from the depths of Lake Titicaca. With your guide, you'll explore this monumental site that includes several temples, a pyramid, symbolic gates, and mysterious rock carvings of alien-like faces. At the end of the tour you will be dropped back to La Paz. 

    It was a highly professional and a good trip. Since there were no other travelers, it was kind of a private tour and I was very satisfied by it. The guide Álvaro is very knowledgeable and helped me to take nice photos. Thanks!

  • From La Paz: Titicaca, Copacabana, and Isla del Sol Day-Trip

    2. From La Paz: Titicaca, Copacabana, and Isla del Sol Day-Trip

    Depart from La Paz on a fully guided day-trip that sails on Titicaca Lake and visits Copacabana and Yumani as well as Isla del Sol. Enjoy a tasty lunch and discover the famous Inca Steps and the Inca Fountain. Leave La Paz at around 7 am and after approximately 3 hours you will arrive at Tiquina, the narrowest part of the Lake Titicaca. Cross to the other side by boat and continue the trip on a 30-minute bus ride to the town of Copacabana. Once there, have lunch and then head towards the shore to catch a boat to the Isla del Sol, where you will see the Inca steps and the Inca fountain, also known as the youth fountain.  This Inca fountain represents the 3 pillars of the Aymara Culture, Ama Sua, Ama Llulla, and Ama Quella, which mean, you shall not steal, shall not lie, and shall not be lazy. Afterward, visit the town of Yumani and then start heading back to the port to catch the boat...

  • From La Paz: Uyuni Salt Flats Luxury Tour

    3. From La Paz: Uyuni Salt Flats Luxury Tour

    Following pick-up from your La Paz hotel in the morning, transfer to El Alto Airport to catch the 45-minute flight to Uyuni. Get amazing views of La Paz before landing at Uyuni Airport, where an English-speaking guide and private driver will meet your off your flight. Enjoy a delicious American-style buffet breakfast in one of the area's most popular cafés. Go to the amazing train cemetery to see where old trains are laid to rest. Then, learn how salt is processed at the small town of Colchani and enter the Uyuni Salt Flats to be amazed by the salt fields.  Head to Incahuasi Island to see giant cacti and rock formations before a delicious local lunch. Learn about the region from your guide. Continue to the foot of Tunupa Volcano to get stunning views of the Andes landscape and look for native animals such as llamas and vicuñas. Return to the salt flats for a sunset toast, and then dri...

  • La Paz: Catamaran Cruise on Lake Titicaca

    4. La Paz: Catamaran Cruise on Lake Titicaca

    After being collected from your La Paz accommodation, you will be transferred to Copacabana to make a brief visit to the Sanctuary of the Virgin of Copacabana. From there you will board your catamaran cruise and will sail to the Isla del Sol, enjoying a snack on board. On this legendary island, the cradle of the Inca Empire, you will visit the garden, the stairs, and the Inca Fountain. Your itinerary also includes a visit to the Inti Wata Cultural Complex, the main private tourist attraction of Bolivia. This includes the underground museum of the Ekako, the traditional medicine and totora raft construction centers, the Pachamama terraces of Inca agriculture, an artisan center, the Intica refuge, and the largest variety of Andean camelids located in the "Manco Kapac" viewpoint. Your visit to the complex also includes the unique experience of sailing aboard a huge typical "Totora" raft, a...

  • La Paz: Mountain Bike Down the World's Most Dangerous Road

    5. La Paz: Mountain Bike Down the World's Most Dangerous Road

    The dramatic and scenic “World’s Most Dangerous Road”, locally known as “Death Road”, “Camino de la Muerte” is a must-do adventure activity in South America. Your highly-trained English-speaking guides and mechanics will give you all the assistance you need to get down safely, comfortably, and with amazing time. Your guides have been riding this road for over 20 years, and know how to get it done with utmost safety and security. Drive up from La Paz, Bolivia, and begin biking at wind-swept La Cumbre at 4700 meters altitude. At this height, you’ll get fantastic views of a number of snow-covered peaks. From here, descend rapidly down a twisting asphalt road among mountain peaks, grazing llamas, alpacas, and tiny villages. Stop for refreshments, photos, and rests along the way, all the better to give you time to take in the scenery: towering cliff faces, dramatic drops and even greener veg...

  • From La Paz: Huayna Potosí Mountain 3-Day Ice-Climbing Trip

    6. From La Paz: Huayna Potosí Mountain 3-Day Ice-Climbing Trip

    Reach the summit of Huayna Potosi Mountain located in the Cordillera Real Range, northeast of La Paz. Learn the basics of ice-climbing and mountaineering on a 3-day tour that's perfect for those who want a challenging experience and their first adventure in the Andes. The tour includes an initial half-day which will help you acclimatize and practice some basic climbing techniques before your ascent. The second day is a trek up to high camp. The final day will be spent making the challenging climb up the glacier to the summit and then descending.  Day 1: Start the tour with pickup from your hotel in La Paz, then set off on a 1.5-hour drive to Paso Zongo. Upon arrival, drop your gear in one of the huts and have some lunch to fuel up for the adventure ahead. Begin your 1-hour trek to the lower glacier and listen as your guide provides a briefing and demonstrates some basic...

  • From Puno to La Paz: Copacabana and Isla del Sol Boat Tour

    7. From Puno to La Paz: Copacabana and Isla del Sol Boat Tour

    Get picked up from your hotel in Puno at 6:30 AM for a quick transfer to the city bus station. Travel by road alongside Lake Titicaca towards the Bolivian side of the border until your reach Copacabana, admiring stunning shoreline views over quintessential Altiplano landscapes.  Make a brief visit to the beautiful Sanctuary of the Virgin of Copacabana before boarding a catamaran to begin your cruise to Sun Island, the cradle of the Inca Empire. Once at this legendary island, visit the Inca palace at Pilko Kaina, followed by the Inca Garden located on top of the Island. Continue to explore Inti Wata Cultural Complex, the main private tourist attraction in Bolivia, that includes the underground Museum of Ekako, various centers of traditional medicine, Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders display centers, the Pachamama Agricultural Inca Terraces, a craft center, the Intica lounge, and a vast array ...

  • La Paz: 6-Day Private Best-of-Bolivia Tour with Flights

    8. La Paz: 6-Day Private Best-of-Bolivia Tour with Flights

    Day 1: Your tour begins with pickup from the airport (according to your itinerary of arrival). In the afternoon, your guide will pick you up up to carry out a city tour through the urban city of La Paz. You will visit Plaza Murillo, Palacio Presidencial, and Moon Valley, before taking a cable car ride. At the end of the service, your guide leave you at the Hotel Rosario to enjoy your dinner and rest. Day 2: Following breakfast, you will take a flight to Sucre. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel by your guide. Following that, explore the city of Sucre through a walk and visit the colonial streets of Sucre, La Recoleta, Parque Cretacico, and others. Day 3: Your second day will begin as you depart from Sucre in your private vehicle with your guide. From there, venture to Potosi and visit the mines, after which you wil...

  • Private City Tour of La Paz

    9. Private City Tour of La Paz

    Take a private tour with your bilingual guide of La Paz. The most spectacular views await at the Killi Killi viewpoint, with 360-degree panoramas over the city from the height of 3,700 masl. Enjoy the cable car ride to get there then take some amazing photos. You will also visit the famous Market of the Witches, where you will learn about typical Andean rituals. Shop for handmade crafts at the artisanal market, perfect for souvenirs of your trip. Visit the Church of San Francisco, and see the colonial architecture and Baroque decoration and paintings inside. Stroll around the well-known La Calle Jaen street, to admire more colonial architecture and find out about the history of the city as well as the museums located there. See the Prison of San Pedro from the outside, before concluding the tour.

  • La Paz: Andes Mountain Range Trekking Experience

    10. La Paz: Andes Mountain Range Trekking Experience

    Your experience kicks off from San Pedro Square at 8:00AM. From there, depart for the summit, which is located about an hour away from La Paz. Upon your arrival to the summit, your first stop is to the Estrellani Lagoon - 4,600 meters above sea level. Following a small break, begin your walk whilst contemplating the landscape of the mountain range along the way. As you travel, encounter high-Andean flora and fauna as you make your way to the Patalarama Lagoon and the new Pampalarama Dam. By approximately noon you reach the highest point of 4,938 meters, passing by the snowy Charquini along the way. Whilst in Charquini, enjoy an outdoor lunch before making your way back to La Paz. Your tour later concludes with your arrival back to the city at approximately 4:00PM.

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What people are saying about La Paz, Bolivia

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 6 reviews

Simply sensational!! For those who like it, it's a super ride, liberating, super cultural, rich in stories and knowledge. In addition to the Guide who took us to be super knowledgeable about everything and told us about all points from leaving the hotel to returning to the hotel. My husband and I loved it and we highly recommend it!

Amazing day with fabulous guides!

We had the most amazing day! Very well organised, helpful and knowledgeable guides. We felt safe and looked after. The gear was all good quality. Really enjoyed lunch at the animal sanctuary. Nate and Garry- thanks guys, you were awesome! =)

It was a highly professional and a good trip. Since there were no other travelers, it was kind of a private tour and I was very satisfied by it. The guide Álvaro is very knowledgeable and helped me to take nice photos. Thanks!

Driver and tour guide went out of their way !

Tour Guide and driver went out of their way to make sure we had an excellent tour. Allowing us to do minor things that were important to our individual likes!

It was very professional and everything was well organized. we had great fun.