Bolivia Tour Extensions


Choro Trek (3 day)

Extend your trip in Bolivia with the country's most popular trek. The Choro Trek links the high plateau of the Andes with the subtropical lowlands. Hike through a landscape of glaciers and pristine waterfalls on ancient cobbled stone trails built before the Incas. Please note that we require our travelers to spend at least 2 full days at altitude in order to acclimatize before starting this trek.

Starts & Ends in La Paz, Bolivia « click here »


Lake Titicaca (3 day)

Three day extension to allow travelers to spend two nights on Sun Island and visit Moon Island and Copacabana. Explore Lake Titicaca, a geographic landmark at the crossroads of the Andes and the Andean plateau. Lake Titicaca is South America's largest and the world's highest navigable lake. According to legend, the son of Inti, the sun god, emerged as the first Inca from the waters of Lake Titicaca.

Starts and ends in La Paz « click here »


Lake Titicaca (2 day)

Two day extension with an overnight on Sun Island. Explore Lake Titicaca, a geographic landmark at the crossroads of the Andes and the Andean plateau and the world's highest navigable and South America's largest lake. According to legend, the son of Inti, the sun god, emerged as the first Inca from the waters of Lake Titicaca.

Starts and ends in La Paz « click here »


Lake Titicaca with overnight in Copacabana (2 day)

Two day extension with an overnight in Copacabana. Explore Lake Titicaca, a geographic landmark at the crossroads of the Andes and the Andean plateau and the world's highest navigable and South America's largest lake. According to legend, the son of Inti, the sun god, emerged as the first Inca from the waters of Lake Titicaca.

Starts and ends in La Paz « click here »


Oruro Carnaval (3 day)

Oruro's Carnaval celebrations have made this mining town a colorful destination at the beginning of Lent for Bolivians and international travelers who come here for a pilgrimage of dance, music, and storytelling. The folklore festival's roots in Christian traditions and indigenous myths and deities makes this a unique cultural experience. Spend two nights in Oruro during the weekend prior to Ash Wednesday to witness the triumph of good over evil displayed in the form of dances and music. Each costume, each gesture, each character, color, and movement have a symbolism and meaning in this carnival.

Starts and ends in La Paz « click here »


Sucre and Potosi (4 day)

In the most isolated country in the Americas, we'll visit the delightful colonial city of Sucre and the historic mining town of Potosi. For Day 2, explore the Tarabuco market with your guide on Sunday or travel to the traditional village of Jatun Yampara on the other days of the week.

Starts and ends in La Paz « click here »