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Day 1 – La Paz – Sajama National Park (4255m/13.960ft)
Day 2 – Hot pools – La Paz
Important: Itinerary can change as a result of weather conditions and some sights are not accessible at all times – Boost Bolivia cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.
We leave La Paz early to reach the Sajama National Park. On our way we visit the Chullpas which are burial chambers from the pre-Colombian era, now empty because of systematic pillage and a few kilometres before we reach the Sajama National Park we stop at the small village Curahuara de Carangas. The towns colonial church is known as the Sistine chapel of the Altiplano, because of its perfectly conserved frescos, painted solely with natural paint. After this impressive visit we continue to the Sajama National Park. From the asphalted road that leads all the way to the Chilean border we turn right and follow a small bumpy trail that leads into the Sajama National Park to the village Sajama. After lunch we leave to visit the park’s geothermal fields with boiling geysers covering a radius of approximately 100m/328ft and we pass the Laguna Huaña Khota where we can observe plenty different bird species.
Day 2 - Hot Pools - La Paz
After breakfast we leave to discover the Sajama National Park which was Bolivia’s first protected area. The park lies at the foot of the extinct stratovolcano Sajama, the highest summit in Bolivia with its 6542m/21.463ft and it was declared a national park in order to protect the endangered Queñua forests which are the highest forest in the word. During today’s visit of this magnificent landscape we can go for several short treks and swim in the thermal springs before returning to La Paz in the afternoon.