| Chile-Bolivia-Peru 21 days

| Chile-Bolivia-Peru 21 days

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    From the Pacific coast to Machu Picchu

    This trip takes us through the desert regions of the Atacama, the Bolivian Altiplano and Peruvian to the green valley of the Incas in the Cuzco region. But first, we go to the Pacific coast to discover Valparaiso also nicknamed the jewel of the Pacific before we fly to the north near Calama famous mining town where is the largest open-pit copper mine in world but also the small town of San Pedro D'Atacama where we will settle down for a few days to visit the lagoons, Salars and discover the flora and fauna. The geology of this region offers many surprising sites that we visit before taking the road to Bolivia. We will gain altitude by reaching the small border post of Hito Cajon from where we will go up the Lipez desert to reach the dazzling Salar de Uyuni. We continue our journey east cape and discover the colonial cities of Potosi and the famous Cerro Rico and the historic capital of Sucre. We leave the Quechua lands of Chuquisaca and fly to La Paz Administrative Capital and visit the site of Tiwanaku.

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  • GROUP : Travel in a small group (from 4 to 12 pers. Max), your trip will be guided by local English speaking guide and you can choose among the departure dates available.

    Dates Length Travellers Departure Price
    From Sun. 05/04/2020 to Sat. 18/04/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,077.00
    From Sun. 03/05/2020 to Sat. 16/05/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,077.00
    From Sun. 07/06/2020 to Sat. 20/06/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,077.00
    From Sun. 05/07/2020 to Sat. 18/07/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,077.00
    From Sun. 19/07/2020 to Sat. 02/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,077.00
    From Sun. 02/08/2020 to Sat. 15/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,077.00
    From Sun. 16/08/2020 to Sat. 29/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,077.00
    From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 05/04/2020 to Sat. 18/04/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 03/05/2020 to Sat. 16/05/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 07/06/2020 to Sat. 20/06/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 05/07/2020 to Sat. 18/07/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 19/07/2020 to Sat. 02/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 02/08/2020 to Sat. 15/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 16/08/2020 to Sat. 29/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    BOLPAN14 GROUP | From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020
  • Bolivia, officially known as the Plurinational State of Bolivia is a landlocked country located in central South America. It is bordered by Brazil to the north and east, Paraguay and Argentina to the south, Chile to the southwest, and Peru to the west. Its geography is varied from the peaks of the Andes in the West, to the Eastern Lowlands, situated within the Amazon Basin.
    The Bolivian population, estimated at 10 million, is multiethnic, including Amerindians, Mestizos, Europeans, Asians and Africans. The main language spoken is Spanish, although the Guarani, Aymara and Quechua languages are also common and all four, as well as 34 other indigenous languages, are official. The large number of different cultures within Bolivia has contributed greatly to a wide diversity in fields such as art, cuisine, literature, and music.
    Time zone: The time zone is UTC/GMT -4 hours und and Bolivia has no daylight saving!!

    International calling code: +591
    Currency: In Bolivia the local currency is the Bolivian Boliviano (BOB). The Boliviano is not easily found outside Bolivia therefore it is better to bring U$D or €uro which can be changed easily (be careful not to bring bills that are in some way damaged) or use your credit card to withdraw cash.
    Security: Bolivia is generally a safe country! However, like anywhere, wherever there are tourists there are pickpockets. Furthermore, Bolivia is a very poor country, if you wag your money bundles and fine jewellery; you attract the weak souls - here as elsewhere. Stay alert and do not let your bags and valuables unattended.
    Shopping: Almost everything is cheaper in Bolivia. You can often find good deals on art, fabrics, clothes, leather, musical instruments etc. Let the seller give you a first offer and then you can start negotiating.
    Gastronomy: The traditional Bolivian cuisine is often very fat and the portions are huge. When in altitude you may not have the same appetite and often one portion serves two people. We recommend dishes, such as the Pique Macho, empanadas, chuño (dried potatoes), chicha (corn cider), chairo (chuño soup), Saice (minced meat with rice in sauce), etc.
    Climate: The climate and weather in Bolivia vary as greatly as the country's many regions, although when speaking of weather, Bolivians typically refer only to two seasons (the rainy season and dry season) as usually there is no gradual entry into either winter or summer. Changes in temperatures and weather are typically as brusque as the changes in topography from one region to the next. Temperatures depend primarily on elevation. Tropical Lowlands: To the East (from Pando, down through Beni and Santa Cruz to parts of northern Tarija) the climate is usually very hot, humid and often rainy between late September and May. December and January are the hottest months of the year. Summer days are humid and sticky. Nights are warm and musky, often filled with a moist fruity aroma as winds carry the scent of the tropical jungle into the cities. Northwest Valleys: The country’s northwest valley region (called the Yungas, or the jungles, North of La Paz going toward Pando) is surprisingly hot and humid, considering the altitude. It is the cloudiest, rainiest and most humid region of Bolivia. In this region the Bolivian climate and local weather are similar to that of the eastern lowlands of Santa Cruz with even more precipitation per year. Temperatures drop as the elevation increases. At altitudes higher than 2000 meters above sea level it sometimes snows and at 4600 meters the mountains are permanently capped by snow. Above 5500 meters the climate is similar to that of polar regions and there are some glaciers present. Central Valleys: The central valley’s - Cochabamba, parts of Chuquisaca and western Tarija - are temperate to cool. Temperatures are pleasant during the day, but it can get quite cold at night. This region, although high (averaging 1200-1500 meters above sea level) is also rather humid. Bolivia’s valleys are very fertile and covered in dense forest. The rainy season is long and sustained. Altiplano and higher: On the shores of Lake Titicaca, and higher (Potosí), temperatures can reach a balmy 27°C/80°F at midday, but normally by early afternoon a sweater is necessary and the nights are cold. Because of the altitude, the sun feels especially strong here and sunscreen should be worn throughout the entire day. On the Altiplano the winds are cold and harsh and moisturizer or sunscreen (and Chap Stick) are important to prevent both sunburn and windburn. Temperatures in and around the Salar de Uyuni and the South Lipez can drop to -20°C/-4°F. Travellers arriving from the Northern Hemisphere must remember that the seasons are reversed in Bolivia. Keep in mind that in the Southern Hemisphere seasons (and climate) are reversed, or the “opposite” of those in the North, with the hottest months (our summer) being November to February and the coldest months (our winter) being May to July.

    Altitude: To be in top form on the Altiplano, it is necessary to acclimatize well. Many visitors complain of headaches, fatigue, nausea or loss of appetite because of the altitude – others remain completely unaffected! In any case, it is advisable to plan for a few days in La Paz, to get used to the altitude. You can i.e. start with a visit to the Lake Titicaca. Make sure that you drink plenty of water before arriving at El Alto airport and avoid physical strain when you leave the airport.
    Comfort: Even if the roads in Bolivia have gotten better over the years please note that many of our tours brings you off the beaten track and to the most remote areas of the country – travelling can therefore be a bit rough at times. The accommodation depends on your chosen comfort level however, in some areas there is no choice and accommodation will be basic. In some areas you will not have hot water, heating or light after 22h00 because the generators are turned off during the night –and in some areas you will not have any hot water, heating or light at all!! Is it important that you are able to see this as part of the adventure, and that this only brings you closer to the culture. On the Altiplano it can get very cold during the winter months and a good sleeping bag is a must.
    Last but not least...: The unforeseen happens – and nowhere more than in South America - your flight might be late or the bus brakes down! Remember that life works at a different pace here, and people do not have the same sense of timekeeping as at home - people do not expect you to be on time! Try to accept this as part of the charm of travelling in a relaxed country. We always include extra time to allow for these things, sometimes too much and sometimes not enough; in both cases we try to ensure that you have a great trip.
  • TAILOR MADE :The Tailor-made option offers you to travel where, when, how and with whom you want. It is a full personalized private program. Where you can choose your own departure date, the length of your stay, the visits, the category of your hotels even the type of transport. From this page the Tailor-made offer that we will prepare for you will be base on the feature itinerary of CHIBOPE21 | Chile-Bolivia-Peru 21 days,
    If you desire a full personalized tailor-made program or have already an itinerary idea please send it to us and joined it in the message window and we will design a full personalized private program base on your own choices.

  • PRIVATE : The private Option is made for those who like to travel with their loving one between friends or family and maybe both. Choose your own date and your hotel type.

  • place+ SEE FULL ITINERARY AND VISITSClick to see the full itinerary day by dayhome HOTELS | Accommodation is either in hotel, hostal, shelter, home stay or camping depending on your program.directions_car DAILY TRANSPORTS | Different transport are organized for your trip: Transfer when you arrive and leave, private transport for your visit and programed activities, domestic flight(s) depending on your program. translate GUIDES |English Speaking Guides: private or group tours with different local English speaking guides (no tour leader)restaurant MEALS |For lunch (where included) it will either be a lunch box or a hot meal and for dinner (where included) you will be served a hot meal. Please refer to the program for more precision

    place Day 1.Santiago de Chile ArrivalCity tour half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Santiago ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Private transport to Valparaiso ~3h00translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |No meal organize this day

    Today you arrive in Santiago. Once arrived in the International Airport of Santiago, our team will be waiting to transfer you to your hotel. After a short briefing, we start the city tour. The sights today include the old district, Club Hípico, the San Francisco church, the Government Palace, Main Square, Santa Lucía Hill, the San Cristóbal Hill from where we have a panoramic view of the city and last the most modern district in the city.

    place Day 2. Santiago - Valparaiso - SantiagoVisit Viña del Mar half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Santiago ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Private transport to Valparaiso ~3h30translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    Today we visit Valparaiso and Viña del Mar. Nicknamed “The Jewel of the Pacific”, Valparaíso was declared a world heritage site based upon its improvised urban design and unique architecture. In 1996, the World Monuments Fund declared Valparaiso’s unusual system of funicular elevators (highly-inclined cable cars) one of the world’s 100 most endangered historical treasures and the city was declared a World Heritage Site in 2003. Built upon dozens of steep hillsides overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Valparaíso boasts a labyrinth of streets and cobblestone alleyways, embodying a rich architectural and cultural legacy. We continue to Viña del Mar which is Chile’s main tourist attraction and also known as “La Ciudad Jardin” (The Garden City). You can have lunch in one of the many seaside restaurants and in the afternoon we visit the town: the Casino which is one the oldest gambling establishments in South America, walk along the beach, Reñaca and of course the botanic garden Quinta Vergara where the biggest musical festival in Latin American is celebrated each year. We return to Santiago where the evening is free to enjoy the last day on the South American continent.

    place Day 3. Santiago city tour - S.P.de Atacama Visit Santiago half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in S.P. de Atacama ------- directions_carflightcheck ---------- | Private transport Calama – S. P. de Atacama ~1h20 / Private transport for visits / Flight Santiago-Calama ~2h05translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    After breakfast you are transferred to the airport for the flight to Calama (connecting in Santiago). After arrival to the airport of Calama you will be transferred to San Pedro de Atacama. In the afternoon we start the tour by visiting the Valle de la Luna. The Valle de la Luna was created through centuries with stone and sand formations in extraordinary colours and textures making it look similar to the surface of the moon. The valley is also considered one of the driest places on earth as some areas have not received rain in hundreds of years. We will see the salt statues “Las Tres Marias”, the salt mine and the salt caverns and from a large sand dune we can really appreciate the view of the valley.

    place Day 4. S.P de Atacama – Tatio Geyser Field Visit Tatio Geyser Field half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in S.P. de Atacama ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Private transport for the visits ~3h30translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    We leave very early to visit the enormous geyser field “Los Géiseres del Tatio”. With over 80 active geysers it is the largest geyser field in the southern hemisphere. We have breakfast on the site before heading back to San Pedro de Atacama by the village Machuca. We return to San Pedro de Atacama and the rest of the day is free.*

    place Day 5. S.P de Atacama leisure day No visit today --- homecheck --- |Hotel Don Thomas or similar ---------- directions_bikecheck ---------- | Free day in S.P. de Atacamatranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast ,lunch included Dinner not included

    Today we will have a leisure day in San Pedro de Atacama. Some activities are available like treks, bicycle tour or Sand surfing don’t hesitate to ask your guide previously.

    place Day 6. S. P. de Atacama – Ojo del Perdiz Visit South Lipez half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Ojo de Perdiz ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Private vehicle for the visits translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

    At 8:00, we leave San Pedro de Atacama to join the Bolivian Border of Hito Cajón and enter the National Reserve of the Andean Fauna "Eduardo Avaroa" in Bolivia not far from the Licancahur volcano (5971m) and the Verde and Blanca lagoons. We will not be able to avoid the ritual of the administrative formalities then we will continue our journey by borrowing the tracks of South Lipez, on our way we will observe the "Ladies of the Desert" important rock of several tons cut by the winds and put in this desert landscape of South Lipez, then we will cross the desert of Dali, reverence to the Catalan artist for the unreal and natural colors of this fantastic landscape that will remind us of the colorful touch of the master. We will go from art to geology by visiting the seething geysers of Sol de Mañana, an impressive geothermal field of the region, mud wells boiling with accentuated smells of sulfur. Our visit continues towards the thermal bath of Polques, swimming pool of natural hot water in which we will be able to bathe, if one wishes it. We will visit the Laguna Colorada, which owes its name to its reddish color caused by microscopic crustaceans, the main nutrient of flamingos, which owes its pink color. Due to climate change and the strong evaporation of the Altiplánico basin, the water level of the lagoons in the region is rapidly decreasing, which year after year limits the Flemish population. We will visit the stone tree (thank you not to try to climb the tree) planted in the desert of Siloli and finally after this busy day we will reach the hotel.

    place Day 7. Ojo de Perdiz – S.P. de QuemezVisit jewel route half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in S.P. de Quemez ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Private vehicle for the visitstranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

    Our way up North Cape continues. We will cross the famous jewel route composed of Ramaditas Lagoon, Honda, Chiar Khota, Hedionda and Cañapa before crossing the Salar de Chiguana and past the railroad Uyuni - Ollagüe owned by the FCA (Empresa Ferroviaria Andina). We will follow the railway to arrive in the middle of the afternoon to San Pedro de Quemez, the first Bolivian village burned by the Chilean army during the Pacific War, where we spend the night. The rest of the day will be free.

    place Day 8. S.P.de Quemez - UyuniVisit Salar d'Uyuni half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Uyuni ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Private vehicle for the visitstranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast and lunch included Dinner not included

    We will leave the small village of San Pedro de Quemez and we will enter the famous Salar of Uyuni the largest salt desert in the world with an area of 10582km². This salar has the particularity of containing a reserve of 9 million tons of Lithium 40% of world production. We will drive to Incahuasi Island which by mistake is better known as Fisherman's Island. This geological formation which is a petrified coral remains is covered with giant cactus that are up to 12m tall. From the highest point of the island we will have a breathtaking 360 ° view of the Salar of Uyuni. We will visit "los Ojos del Salar" (geological phenomena of rising water from the depths of the salar) and a few kilometers further we will also stop at the salt hotel, the first salt hotel built on the same salar. We arrive at the small village of Colchani located east of Salar Uyuni whose inhabitants live from the exploitation of salt, we will go into a salt operator in Colchani, a special meeting with these artisans from the end of the world. At Colchani we will be able to discover the manual work of the elaboration of salt and we will visit the small salt shop which acts as a museum where we can discover huge pieces carved in salt and curiosities (pottery, jewels, tools, etc.) We will visit the locomotive cemetery - remains of more prosperous times - before going to Uyuni in the late afternoon.

    * Depending on the season and the weather, the itinerary will change and there are some sights which are not always accessible!

    place Day 9. Uyuni - SucreVisit Potosi mines half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Sucre ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Private transport for the visits / Transport Uyuni - Potosi ~3h00 / Transport Potosi - Sucre ~2h00translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    We leave for Potosi early in the morning and upon arrival we start with a visit to the miner’s market. Custom says it brings good luck to buy Coca leaves, cigarettes, alcohol or even dynamite as presents for the miners who will receive us at their workplace. Once we have finished our purchases we visit one of the mines in the Cerro Rico mountain. The mines here are quite different from western mines, some of them are very old – dug out by hand by the slaves of the Inca Empire and later by African slaves during the Spanish occupation - and very narrow and short (not for claustrophobics). Our visit of the Cerro Rico starts by the “Tio” (uncle) who is the protector of the mines and to whom the miners on many occasions make offerings in order to be protected from bad spells. We visit the 1st level of the mine and have the possibility to descend up to 3 levels below – 500 or 600 m into the depths of the Cerro Rico. After this impressive visit, we return to the hotel to pick up our bags and drive to Sucre. Once installed in the hotel in Sucre the rest of the evening is free.

    * Depending on the season and the weather, the itinerary will change and there are some sights which are not always accessible!

    place Day 10. Sucre - La PazVisit Sucre half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in La Paz ------- directions_carflightcheck ---------- | Transfer Hotel - Airport – Hotel / Private transport for the visits / Flight Sucre – La Paz ~1h00translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    After breakfast, we visit Sucre, the constitutional capital of Bolivia also called the White City. This gem of Baroque art and the Renaissance is the most European city in Bolivia and probably one of the most beautiful in Latin America. Founded in 1538 by order of Pizarro, Sucre was destined to become the residence and the centre of the Spanish bourgeoisie. From an architectural point of view, Sucre has remained like a postcard of the 19th century which is of course part of its charm. Apart from its beauty and atmosphere of the 18th & 19th centuries, Sucre is also the historic capital of Bolivia. We visit the various museums, the Convento de Santa Clara as well as the Casa de la Libertad, which saw the signing of the Declaration of Independence August 6, 1825 (all visits may vary depending on the day because the museums are closed on Sundays and public holidays). In the afternoon, we are transferred to the airport in Sucre for the flight back to La Paz. Upon arrival in La Paz we are transferred to the hotel and the evening is free.

    *The mines are closed on Sundays so if today is a Sunday we will go for a tour of the city instead.

    place Day 11. La Paz city tourCity tour half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel Don Thomas or similar ---------- directions_walkcheck ---------- | Private transport for the visits ~4h00translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    The morning is free and after lunch, we go for a visit of La Paz. Our first stop is the Plaza Murillo (km 0), where we can see the Presidential Palace, the Parliament and the Cathedral. We visit the colonial street Calle Jaén and the old part of the town from where we continue to the famous church San Francisco which was built by the indigenous people. From here we visit the popular commercial zone of La Paz with its coloured markets and we walk up the Calle Sagarnaga – the main shopping street for typical clothes and handicrafts. From here we also visit the Calle de las Brujas (the Witches street) and our tour ends with a visit to the Indian market San Pedro. The rest of the evening is free to enjoy the last evening in the highest capital in the world.

    place Day 12. La Paz - PunoVisit Tiwanaku half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in puno ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Transport – La Paz – Tiwanaku – Border Bolivia/Peru at Desaguadero - Puno ~4h45translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    We leave around 08h30 for our visit of the ruins of Tiwanaku, the capital of the pre-Inca empire. Tiwanaku was one of the oldest civilisations in the world and is recognized by Andean scholars as one of the most important precursors to the Inca Empire. We visit the Akapana Pyramid and the semi-subterranean temple as well as the archaeological area where we can see the Temple of Kalasasaya, one of the largest and oldest ceremonial centres of the world. We also visit the famous “Puerta del Sol” (Gateway of the Sun) which is a monolithic structure that weighs about 10 tons. On the Puerta del Sol we can observe the Tiwanakota calendar which is expressed in 365,24 days distributed over 12 months. We visit the archaeological museum where we see the Monolith Bennet which measures 7,20 meters and weighs 20 tons, and we also get an insight in the 13 centuries of history which make Tiwanaku the oldest civilization in Latin America. After our visit of the site we have lunch (not included) in a typical restaurant where we can taste quinoa; the most important grain of the Andes. After lunch, we will drive to Desaguadero the Peruvian border. From there we change vehicules and drive to Puno, the rest of the day is free.

    place Day 13. Puno – AmantaniVisit Uros half day --- homecheck --- |Shelter in Amantani ------- directions_cardirections_boatcheck ---------- | Transfer Hotel - Puerto / Puno – Uros - Amantani ~5h00translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

    We leave at 07h30 to visit the floating island of the Uros. The small islands are made of totora reeds, which grow in the lake. The dense roots that the plants develop and interweave form a natural layer called Khili (about one to two meters thick) that support the islands. They are anchored with ropes attached to sticks driven into the bottom of the lake. The reeds at the bottoms of the islands rot away fairly quickly, so new reeds are added to the top constantly, about every three months. The islands last about thirty years. The islands were originally created by the Uros to prevent attacks from their neighbours the Incas. After this fantastic visit, we continue to Amantani which is a small touristic island in the lake where its people still maintains ancient customs, there, we visit the ceremonial centres of the Pacha Mama and Pacha Tata. The rest of the day is free.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

    place Day 14. Amantani - PunoVisit Taquile Island half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Puno ------- directions_cardirections_boatcheck ---------- | Transfer Puerto - Hotel / Amantani – Taquile – Puno ~5h00translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast, lunch included Dinner not included

    After breakfast we continue our island tour and after about one hour navigation we arrive at the Taquile island. This is quite a unique place at the lake where the inhabitants speak Quechua while all the other islands speak Aymara and the island is famous for its traditions and the lifestyle of the inhabitants. We return to Puno where the evening is free.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

    place Day 15. Puno - CuzcoVisit ruins of Pukará half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Cuzco ------- directions_cardirections_buscheck ---------- | Transfer Hotel – Terminal - Hotel / Touristic bus Puno - Cuzco ~10h00translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast, lunch included Dinner not included

    In the morning we are transferred to bus station to take the touristic bus that goes to Cuzco. On our way we visit the ruins of Pukará and also the thermal springs in the region before passing the Raya mountain pass at 4321m/14.180ft. We stop at Sicuani for lunch and from here we continue to the Raqchi ruins where we can observe the remains of the central wall of the Wiracocha temple, which was one of the highest covered buildings constructed by the Inca. The tour continues through the valley of Cuzco close to the Huacarpay Lake where we make a halt at the pre-Inca site Pikillaqta from the Wari culture (XIIth century) which is partly destroyed. And finally we visit the church Andahuaylillas from the XVIIth century where we can observe some beautiful paintings. After being transferred to the hotel the evening is free to explore Cuzco.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

    place Day 16. Cuzco city tourVisit Cuzco half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Cuzco ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Private transport for the visitstranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    The morning is free and after lunch we start our city tour where we visit the archaeological sites of the town; Koricancha, the Cathedral, Sacsayhuaman, K’enkho, Puca Pucara and Tambo Machay. The evening is free to enjoy Cuzco.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

    place Day 17. Cuzco - Aguas CalientesVisit Sacred Valley half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Aguas Calientes ------- directions_cardirections_traincheck ---------- | Train Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes ~1h45 / Private transport for the visitstranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast, lunch included Dinner not included

    After breakfast, we visit the Sacred Valley and all the important Inca ruins in the area. We’ll see the ruins of Pisac with (depending on the day) the market, Urubamba and Ollantaytambo - a superb Inca fortress made of megalithic stones. In the evening we take the train to Aguas Calientes - a small village where all the buildings are concentrated along the railway giving it a “gold-digger” ambiance where we spend the night.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

    place Day 18. Aguas Calientes - CuzcoVisit Sun Island Half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Cuzco ------- directions_cardirections_traincheck ---------- | Bus Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes / Train Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo ~1h45 / Transfer Ollantaytambo - Cuzcotranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast, lunch included Dinner not included

    We leave at 07h00 or earlier by bus to visit the famous Machu Picchu. After this impressive visit we return to Aguas Calientes to take the train back to Ollantaytambo where upon arrival we are transferred to the hotel in Cuzco and the evening is free. The Citadel of Machu Picchu is the most important attraction in Cuzco. It was discovered in 1911 by the American explorer, Hiram Bingham, and is considered to be one of the most extraordinary examples of scenic architecture in the world. In Quechua Machu Picchu means “old mountain”. The Citadel was built on a hilltop which dominates the deep valley of the Urubamba river in the middle of tropical rainforest. Machu Picchu was both a centre of worship and astronomical observation and the private domain of the family of the Inca Pachacuteq.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

    place Day 19. Cuzco leisure dayVisit Machu Picchu half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Cuzco ---------- directions_walkcheck ---------- | Free day in Cuzcotranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    The day is free to explore Cuzco on your own.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

    place Day 20. Cuzco - Lima city tourVisit Lima half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel Don Thomas or similar ------- directions_carflightcheck ---------- | Transfer Hotel - Airport - Hotel / Private transport for the visits ~4h00 / Flight Cuzco – Lima~1h15translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    In the morning we are transferred to the airport for our flight back to Lima and upon arrival in Lima we are transferred to the hotel. After lunch we go for a city tour of Lima and the evening is free.
    ANCESTRAL LIMA: We start our tour with a panoramic view of the “Pucllana Pyramid” a magnificent ceremonial and archaeological centre built in the 4th century A.D. and considered a “Sacred Village” by the Incas. The Viceroyalty of Perú was the most important of the Spanish Empire and Lima was its capital.
    COLONIAL LIMA: We visit the Historical Centre of Lima, where you will see more than fifty monuments and Colonial buildings, such as the Paseo de la República, the San Martín Square, the Main Square, the Government Palace, the Archbishop’s Palace, the Cathedral Basilica, and the City Council Palace. We also visit the museum of the Banco Central de Reserva where we can admire the “Treasures of Perú” collection which is a fine selection of objects made of gold, ceramics and textiles from different pre-Columbian cultures. During the tour we also visit the monumental San Francisco convent, which displays the largest collection of religious art in America. Our highlight will be the visit of the underground vaults, known as “Catacumbas” or Catacombs.
    CONTEMPORARY LIMA: We visit some traditional residential areas of Lima, such as El Olivar of San Isidro, Miraflores and Larcomar.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

    place Day 21. Lima DepartureNo visit today --- homecheck --- |Hotel Don Thomas or similar ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Transfer Hotel - Airporttranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantclear -- |Breakfast included at the hotel depending on your time of departure. If you must leave the hotel before breakfast is served at the hotel (normally at 07h00) breakfast is not included

    According to your time of departure* you are transferred from the hotel to the airport. For international flights, it is recommended to arrive at the airport 3 hours before scheduled departure. End of our services.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

  • Private tour
    with hotel standard
    Tour Code & Name
    BOLPAN14 PRIVATE
    Bolivia Panorama 14 days Private
    Travel Length
    14 Days
    on site
    Travellers
    Minimum 2 / Maximum 30

    Private tour for 1 person
    please contact us

    Departure
    From 2 people
    Price
    $2,933.00 per person


    all inclusive:
    (as indicated in the program for: domestic flight(s), taxes, tips, hotels, guides, transports, meals*
    *(see the program for meals details)

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    with hotel luxe
    Tour Code & Name
    BOLPAN14 LUXE
    Bolivia Panorama 14 days Luxe
    Travel Length
    14 Days
    on site
    Travellers
    Minimum 2 / Maximum 30

    Private tour for 1 person
    please contact us

    Departure
    From 2 people
    Price
    $4,253.00 per person


    all inclusive:
    (as indicated in the program for: domestic flight(s), taxes, tips, hotels, guides, transports, meals*
    *(see the program for meals details)

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  • GROUP : Travel in a small group (from 4 to 12 pers. Max), your trip will be guided by local English speaking guide and you can choose among the departure dates available.

    Dates Length Travellers Departure Booking | Price
    From Sun. 05/04/2020 to Sat. 18/04/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people
    From Sun. 03/05/2020 to Sat. 16/05/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people
    From Sun. 07/06/2020 to Sat. 20/06/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people
    From Sun. 05/07/2020 to Sat. 18/07/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people
    From Sun. 19/07/2020 to Sat. 02/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people
    From Sun. 02/08/2020 to Sat. 15/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people
    From Sun. 16/08/2020 to Sat. 29/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people
    From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people
    Dates
    From Sun. 05/04/2020 to Sat. 18/04/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 03/05/2020 to Sat. 16/05/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 07/06/2020 to Sat. 20/06/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 05/07/2020 to Sat. 18/07/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 19/07/2020 to Sat. 02/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 02/08/2020 to Sat. 15/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 16/08/2020 to Sat. 29/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,077.00
    BOLPAN14 GROUP | From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020
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  • TAILOR MADE :Travel where, when, how and with whom you want. Choose your own departure date, the length of your stay, the visits, the category of your hotels even the type of transport.

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