This is the most important and famous monument of Tiwanaku. It is located in Kalasasaya. It is carved in a single block of andesite stone of ten tons; it is 3 meters high and almost 4 meters wide, and was presumably part of a larger building. Its bas-reliefs show the worldview of the Tiwanaku culture with the image of the Sun God holding in each hand a scepter containing figures of birds and rays. It has thirty-two figures of sun-men and sixteen of eagle-men
Tiwanaku is the most important archaeological site in La Paz Bolivia, at 70 km far from the city and 15 miles far from Lake Titicaca. Altitude of 3,885 meters above sea level. Tiwanaku was a populous urban center which had a ceremonial civic center and a number of neighboring buildings covering an area of four square kilometers. It was probably founded around AD 300 and some buildings remained unfinished toward AD 900.
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Madidi National Park offers an extraordinary diversity of ecoregions: snowy areas and periglacial environments, Yungas wastelands, cloud forest, humid and per-humid rainforests of Yungas, Subandean rainforest, dry forest deciduous of San Juan of Asariamas (probably unique in the world and in an excellent state of conservation), very humid piedmontvery forest (one of the last samples preserved in Bolivia), seasonal basal rainforests, tropical savanas and swamp forests of royal palm. email@example.com www.traveltoursbolivia.com
The Madidi National Park was declared by National Geographic as one of the areas with most biodiversity in the world and one of the 20 places with greater tourist interest at world level. It has common borders with Peruvian protected areas such as the Bahuaja Sonene National Park and the Tambopata Reserve, so it is part of important biological corridors such as Vilcabamba-Amboró Corridor, and the Amboro-Madidi Corridor.
Conocida como la Villa Imperial de Potosí, está ciudad de riquisima historia colonial se extiende a las faldas una legendaria montaña llamada Sumaj Orcko (El Cerro Rico) que contenía la mina de plata más grande del mundo.
Sucre is the constitutional capital city of Bolivia. It is one of the oldest and most important cities of the country. Sucre is an important city because the liberty process of Latin America started here. Sucre is also knowns as Ciudad Blanca of America (America’s White City) due to the color of its buildings that are kept until now. firstname.lastname@example.org www.traveltoursbolivia.com
On the tour it is possible to visit the Incahuasi Island take funny pictures on the salt flats, playing with the lack of perspective caused by the flat, white and blue sky distance of the horizon. After visiting the salt flats we visit the Reserva Nacional de Fauna Andina Eduardo Avaroa, a national park that is Bolivia's most visited. Inside the reserve it is possible to see volcanoes, geysers, flamingos and lagoons of different beautiful colors.
The Salt Flat it is also perfect for a stargazing trip, it´s lunar landscape, reflective white surfaces and a wide horizon makes it one of the best Latin American spots to stargaze. During the rainy season it looks like the biggest mirror in the world, highly reflective for the night skies above.
It is called the "Sacred Lake" due to its great importance for ancient cultures such as Inca and Tiwanaku. Currently it maintains a unique energy for the mystical and spiritual tourism. It is the second largest lake in South America and the highest navigable lake in the world.
Titikaka Lake The purity of its waters favors the life of a myriad of fauna composed of Andean ducks, alpacas, llamas and multiple species of fish. In terms of flora, it houses 12 varieties of aquatic plants, being totora (a reedlike papyrus) the most important and representative one.
El Valle de la Luna - La Paz Among the main tourist attractions of La Paz city are: Plaza Murillo, San Francisco Church, Calle Jaén, Calle de las Brujas, Festivities such as the Gran Poder or the Alasita Fair (miniature fair), lookouts, formations Natural rocky.
Having the Illimani Mountain as a guardian, La Paz grows on a unique topography, acquiring an appearance that is not comparable with that of other cities. It also has its own identity, an aura of legend and mystery and a highly geographically and culturally differentiated environment. email@example.com http://traveltoursbolivia.com
The steep and cobbled streets of Coroico have a special charm. This town is surrounded by a wonderful landscape that can be observed from various viewpoints. It is also possible to hike down the Cochuna and San Jacinto waterfalls or climb to the top of Uchumachi at 2500 m through a path of forests forming tunnels up to the top, from where you have a spectacular panoramic view of the Andean Cordillera. firstname.lastname@example.org www.traveltoursbolivia.com
Uyuni Salt Flat and Colored Lagoons Tour Experience the most fantastic and unique landscapes of Bolivia. The first day you will visit the Uyuni Salt Flat, the largest in the world with an extension of 12,000 km2 that is located at an altitude of 3,650 meters above sea level. The following two days you will visit the famous Lagoons and Deserts of Colors; among these the most important attractions are Laguna Colorada, where you will see the three species that inhabit the region.
The biggest salt flat on earth stretches for more than 4,500 square miles in the crest of the Andes, it is known locally as the Salar de Uyuni; it is the result of thousands of years of transformations that took place between several prehistoric lakes. The surface is covered with salt that creates a flat surface, when it rains this huge surface floods and forms an incredible "mirror", we are sure there is no place else like it in the world and it is South America's most inspiring landmark.
Sajama National Park is one of the best high-altitude tourist destination in the Bolivian Altiplano, it is Bolivia’s oldest national park and an exemplary location for photographers and adventurers alike. email@example.com www.traveltoursbolivia.com
From La Paz, you can get to the park taking the route to Patacamaya and then heading to Tambo Quemado, near Chilean border, which is also the route to go to Lauca National Park and then to Arica. Buese can be taken from La Paz to Arica and Iquique or directly from Patacamaya. In this route, it is advisable to visit the church in Curahuara de Carangas. Visitors heading to Oruro can take the route to Turco to continue their trip to Cosapa. In this case, we recommend that you go in a private vehicle. firstname.lastname@example.org www.traveltoursbolivia.com