Once you complete this expedition, the next tourist destination is situated in the remote southwest known as Reserva Eduardo Avaroa.
On this breathe taking expedition, you can discover the natural wonders of Bolivia's highest peak and first ever national park – Mt. Sajama, view pink flamingos at Laguna Colorada, hike among snow-capped mountains, capture attractive pictures of Laguna Verde, admire the views of salt flats, discover a boiling geyser field, bathe in natural hot springs, explore hidden archaeological sites and enjoy the sweeping views from Incahuasi Island in the middle of the salt flats. You also get an exclusive chance to admire the striking lakes and deserts of Eduardo Avaroa Reserve which makes the perfect ending to enjoy the surreal views of Bolivia's remote southwest and the Andean wildlife.
A must go destination in La Paz is Sajama National Park, where you can spend your day at leisure exploring the surroundings, admiring Bolivia’s highest peak and taking in the peace and crisp air of the mountains. Highlights of this tour include soaking up the healing powers of natural hot springs and walking among khenua trees with amazing views of the snow-capped mountains.
Once you complete this expedition, the next tourist destination is situated in the remote southwest known as Reserva Eduardo Avaroa. Here you can visit the chain of lagoons called Canapa, Hedionda and Honda. On completion, check out the Siloli Desert, not before we stop at Arbol de Piedra and other rock formations along the way.
Starting on La Paz and travelling through minivan, one can enjoy scenic stops to contemplate the sapphire-blue waters of the lake and the snow peaks of Cordillera Real en-route to Lake Titicaca. Tourists can climb aboard in motorized boats and head for Isla del Sol traversing the scenic lake and enjoying the crisp air.
Want more? You can even enjoy a tasty, traditional lunch with impressive views of the island. Then don’t forget to explore the ruins of Pilcocaina – a modest Incan temple with a lot of history and impressive views. Then you can move on in the Northern direction to explore the Sacred Rock, believed to be the birthplace of humanity in Incan lore and the ruins of Chincana.
Then we move down South, where we visit the Yumani village and its famous stairway. This stairway provides unmatched opportunity to learn about ancient agricultural and cultural practices. Then don’t forget to visit the impressive Cathedral of Copacabana to learn about the fascinating history of the town and get the blessings of the highly revered Virgen de Copacabana known for the miraculous powers attributed to her.
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