Bolivia Group Travel Package – Highlights – La Paz, Santa Cruz, Sucre, Potosi, Uyuni Salt Lake, San Cristobal and Titicaca Lake (11N)
Travel to Bolívia and experience its highlights with this 11 Night Group Travel Vacation Package and Tour that includes La Paz, Santa Cruz, Sucre, Potosi, Salar de Uyuni, San Cristobal and Titicaca Lake.
This package features excellent accommodations, transportation and much more. Bolivia is a land of sharp contrasts with climatic conditions ranging from arctic to tropical. Three massive Andean ranges, which include four of the world’s highest eternally snow-topped mountains, traverse the “Tibet” of South America, towering to heights up to 6,550 meters. Although the country is landlocked, it has Lake Titicaca, laying half in Bolivia and half in Peru, the worlds second largest inland sea and highest navigable lake. It is also the most indigenous country on the continent, with more than 50% of the population maintaining traditional values and beliefs. Bolivia may be one of the poorest countries in South America, but its natural wealth, colorful Indian traditions, mind blowing Andean landscapes and the remnants of mysterious ancient civilizations make it one of the worlds most unusual and exciting countries for travelers
Day by Day Vacation Package Itinerary
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Day 1 – La Paz
Transfer from international airport to Hotel Radisson. Overnight at the Hotel Radisson.
Day 2 – La Paz
Private half day city tour and Moon Valley: During this city tour we will visit the Plaza Murillo (the city’s main square, with the Presidential Palace, the National Congress and the huge, modern Cathedral, Church of San Francisco (dating from 1549, one of the finest examples of colonial religious architecture in South America, richly decorated with native religious themes), the Mercado de Hechicéria (witch market, where among others llama fetuses are sold, used to protect against evil spirits), the artisan market on Sagarnaga Street, the Museo de Metales Preciosos (Inca artifacts), the Killi Killi watchtower and the city’s southern area where we visit the amazing geological shapes of the Valley of the Moon. Return to hotel. Overnight at the Hotel Radisson.
Day 3 – La Paz
Tiwanaku Ruins Private Tour: Pre-Inca ruins considered “The Cradle of the American Civilizations”. Famous for its monoliths and temples, as well as an astonishing legacy of metal and ceramic arts. Overnight at Hotel Radisson.
Day 4 – Santa Cruz
Breakfast and transfer to airport to take a flight to Santa Cruz. Arrival in Santa Cruz and transfer from airport to hotel. Half Day Santa Cruz City Tour: Walking on the streets of Santa Cruz evoke the charm and the colonial tradition, combined with a growing commercial activity. You will visit the Zoo, one of the most complete in South America, the San Lorenzo Basilica and its museum, la Casa de la Cultura, the “Cica” or center for the investigation of local crafts, the Arenal Park with the famous mural painted by a local artist Lorgio Vaca and the ethnic folk museum. You will finish the tour at the Pirai River, a traditional meeting place. Overnight at Los Tajibos Hotel.
Day 5 – Sucre
Breakfast and transfer to airport to take a flight to Sucre. Arrival in Sucre and transfer from airport to hotel. Half Day Sucre City Tour: During this city tour you will visit the main square, its churches and a selection of 2 museums that you can choose: Casa de la Libertad (Historical Museum of the House of Freedom): The most important national historical museum, since it was the witness for a number of events that concluded with the formation of the Bolivian nation. Monastery and Church of la Recoleta: Founded in 1600. The church was built in the 19th Century. University Museums: The University of Sucre is in charge of a group of important museums. They are located in the building known as the Palacio del Gran Poder, with architecture of the 17th and 18th Centuries. Anthropological Museum: With three sections: Archaeology, Ethnography and Folklore, each one keeps notable collections related to their own specialty. Colonial Museum: Has a great quantity of paintings by European and local artists; sculptures, handcrafts and furniture of the colonial period. Modern Art Gallery: It exhibits a collection of modern and contemporary art, with works by famous Bolivian painters. Overnight at the Hostal de Su Merced.
Day 6 – Potosi
3 hours private transfer from Sucre to Potosi. Half Day visit to the mines: The silver from the 4824 m high Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) made Potosí once the biggest city in the Americas and one of the richest in the world. However, Cerro Rico also claimed the lives of countless thousands of Indian and African slaves. The mines of the Cerro Rico continue to be the main source of income for Potosí; however, there has not been a lot of change in the way mining is conducted. A visit to the mines will always cause the visitor to feel the same sensations that the miners feel, the solitude, abandonment, infinite darkness, and the presence of the ancestral divinities who watch over the lives of the miners. We strongly recommend carrying some water with you, as the air in the mines can be very dry and warm. Overnight at the Cima Argentum Hotel.
Day 7 – Uyuni Salt Lake
Breakfast and transfer to Salar de Uyuni. Arrival in Uyuni and overnight at the Jardin de Uyuni Hotel.
Day 8 – San Cristobal
You will have a full day excursion to visit the Salt Lake, Isla Pescado and Tunupa Volcano. Box Lunch Included. Late afternoon you will continue to San Cristobal and visit the church. Overnight at San Cristobal Hotel.
Day 9 – Uyuni Salt Lake
Visit the Kulpina – K village and back to Uyuni. Overnight at the Jardin de Uyuni Hotel.
Day 10 – La Paz
Breakfast and private transportation to La Paz. Arrival in La Paz and overnight at the Hotel Radisson.
Day 11 – Lake Titicaca
Breakfast and transfer by bus to Copacabana. Cruise to Moon & Sun Islands by Hydrofoil. Visit Sun Temple & Inca Trail llama trek. Overnight at Posada Del Inca in Sun Island.
Day 12 – La Paz
Cruise by Hydrofoil to Huatajata. Return by bus to La Paz. Upon arrival transfer to La Paz International Airport.
Featuring a prime location in the city of La Paz, the Hotel Radisson La Paz offers personalized service and utmost comfort designed to make leisure and business travelers feel at home while visiting the Bolivian capital. The spacious rooms and suites at the Hotel Radisson La Paz are thoughtfully appointed with cable TVs offering in-room movies, minibars, safety deposit boxes, voice mail and 24-hour room service. Spectacular views of La Paz and the Andes mountains can be enjoyed from rooms at the Hotel.
El Hostal de Su Merced – Sucre – Bolivia
This four-star hotel, built in 18th century, has a privileged location in the centre of colonial city, Sucre. It is famous for its beautiful antique furniture, nicely decorated rooms and peaceful sunny terraces full of flowers, which take you back to ancient times. From the highest terraces you may enjoy one of the best panoramic views over the ancient white city, the green mountains behind it and the bluest of skies. The hotel offers you not only the grand style of the colonial past, but also the convenience and comfort of the modern world, given that all rooms have been designed to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. The single, double, triple rooms and junior suites have a private bathroom with 24-hour hot water. There is a telephone, cable TV, and room service. The Hotel also has fax, Internet, a meeting room for 16 people and tourist information.
Hotel Cima Argentum – Potosi – Bolivia
You will find in this hotel the most varied and complete services in the city of Potosi, which will make your stay the most comfortable one. All rooms and suites have carpet floors and bathrooms with marble tables, heating, hot water radiator system adjustable in each room, Cable TV with more than 50 channels, and telephone for national and international calls. The hotel offers for its guests Laundry and Room Service, Restaurant and Café, Meeting Hall for 50 people, equipped with boards, data display and overhead projector and Internet access.
Posada del Inca – Sun Island (Lake Titicaca) – Bolivia
The Posada del Inca Sun Island is located atop the island, just above Yumani port. The rooms are clustered around 2 courtyards. There is a living room with small bar and fireplace and a dining room with fireplace. The Posada also has a terrace with superb vistas of the Lake, great for sitting and contemplating, and even better for meditating.
Los Tajibos Hotel – Santa Cruz – Bolivia
Los Tajibos Hotel is a tropical oasis on a 6-hectare extension of exuberant vegetation, birds, and waterfalls, next to the most exclusive residential neighborhood of Santa Cruz. It is located 10 minutes away from downtown and 15 minutes away from Viru Viru International Airport. It offers 185 rooms: standard, executive, suites and non-smoker rooms, all of which have balconies and magnificent views of the gardens, waterfalls, the colonial “patio” or the swimming pool. All rooms have cable internet connection, air conditioning, voice mail, mini bar, cable television, a workstation, laptop computers upon request, cell phone rental, courtesy newspaper, hair dryer, telephone both in the room and the bathroom, 110 and 220 volt electricity outlets and 24 hour room service.