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Uyuni Salt Lake

A trip destination really out of this world, the “Salar de Uyuni” it’s difficult to match. A white and blinding desert of salt, with an extension of 10,582 square kilometers, a prehistoric lake is the origin to this peculiar destiny. 

After the rain, when the water settles, the “Salar” becomes a giant mirror, reflecting the sky and the horizon turning the landscape into a single vault; Its surroundings are even better!, colorful lagoons, pink flamingos and unique wildlife, geysers, volcanoes, and geothermal wonders, painted mountains, bizarre rock formations (The Dalí desert), are just one example. 


Lake Titicaca

It is the largest navigable lake in South America and the highest in the world. Bordering Peru and Bolivia, on its shores were developed important civilizations, such as the Tiwanacota culture, near the south east shore are located its ruins, ancient city, Tiawanaku is recognized as the precursory culture of the Inca empire. 

The lake is also home to several small and peculiar communities: the Urus island (made entirely of reeds); The “Sun’s Island”, Santiago de Huata and many more.... The Titikaka Lake is one of the most important places in Bolivia and Peru. 


Potosi - Sucre

The "Rich Mountain" known as "Cerro Rico" rises above Potosi city, a colonial city, with churches from the colony period and narrow streets, famous for their rich silver mines that attracted Spanish conquerors to the highest city in the world. Although the silver has disappeared, tin is still been extracted from the “Cerro Rico”. Visitors will be able to visit the underground mines, the “Casa de la Moneda”, a museum that once coined the Spanish royal coin. 

Sucre, the "White City", officially the capital of Bolivia, founded in 1500 by Spanish settlers, offers a clear vision of life in the 16th century Spanish aristocratic, with important historical buildings, The House of Liberty, the Monastery Of the Recoleta and the National Library of Bolivia that contains important historical documents dating back to the 15th century. 


Amazons, Pampas and Madidi

Pampas del Yacuma, immense eastern Bolivian plain, resembles an outdoor zoo, suitable for bird watching and wildlife. 

The Madidi National Park extends from the Andes to the Amazon region, encompasses more than 7,000 square miles, known as one of the most biologically diverse parks in the world, more than 11 percent of the 9,000 species of birds on the planet can be found in the Madidi National Park. Most extraordinary reservoir of genetic material on the planet. 


Jesuit Missions

In the eighteenth century, a group of Jesuit priests built magnificent colonial churches forming flourishing mission villages until they were expelled and confiscated by the Spanish crown. Six of the 10 churches still remains (they were rescued in the 1970s). The churches were now declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and home to a wonderful baroque sacred music festival played by Guarani natives. 

The Jesuit Missions will allow the visitor to come into direct contact with the architecture of the place. Admire the amazing churches along the road of the Jesuit Missions, located to the east of the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra 


Oruro Carnival

The maximum representation of the Carnival in Bolivia, masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity (UNESCO). Folkloric groups make their pilgrimage to the Socavon Virgin’s Sanctuary in the traditional "Folkloricentrance ".

This celebration reached a great cultural manifestation and tourist attraction, one of the most important Carnival together with Rio de Janeiro 
Brazil and other carnivals in the world. 


La Paz woderfull city

The Illimani (one of the highest snow mountains in South America), the mountains, the Chola ladies’ wrestling, the cable car, the bohemia, the gastronomy, the architecture, the old town, Jaén street, Calle de las Brujas (Witched street), there are few reasons to visit La Paz. Its unsurpassed architecture, marvelous city of strange beauty in perfect slope, the old town preserves intact colonial history in front of the advance of modernity.

You will be able to visit the famous Valley of the 
Moon, its name was given by Neil Armstrong first man in step of the moon, who was visiting the city of La Paz during the year 1969. 


Cusco Machupichu

Cradle of the Inca Empire, impressive colonial city built on Inca ruins; The Cathedral, with Renaissance structure and fine paintings of the "Cuzco School", the Temple of the Sun, Sacsayhuaman, Q'enqo, sacred amphitheater, worship center of the Puma god, place where human sacrifices were made), Pucapucara, "fortress Red "Tambomachay temple to worship, are breathtaking places inviting. 

The Machu Picchu city, the most famous example of Inca architecture, discovered in 1911 by Hiram Bingham, the buildings of the city, Mirador, Temple of the Three Windows, El Intihuatana, etc., relics of this impressive culture. 


Lima - Perú

The "City of Kings", Peru’s capital city, located on the seafront, gastronomic capital of Latin America, its neighborhoods, museums, parks and squares, maintain a perfect harmony between tradition and modernity. 

The Historic Center of Lima, Plaza San Martin, Plaza Mayor, Government Palace, Cathedral Basilica, Archbishop's Palace, Municipal Palace, Church of Santo Domingo, where the tombs of Santa Rosa and San Martin de Porres, colonial balconies, are located. Just some places that offer visitors historical wealth. The residential districts of San Isidro and Miraflores, symbol of the Modern Lima. 


San Pedro de Atacama

Main tourist attraction in Chile, destination of travelers of the world and starting point for various tourist circuits over the Atacama desert, old town with dirt streets and adobe houses, that retain their particular charm and unique architecture, natural beauties, active geysers, Lagoons of intense colors, dazzling salt lakes that will surprise you. 

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