Marvel at the magnificent topography of La Paz
The highest (administrative) capital in the world, La Paz rests in a deep valley that suddenly drops away from the windswept high-altitude plains and snow-capped mountains above. It’s a breathtaking sight to behold, best enjoyed from the city’s expansive urban cable car network.
Get your sorcery fix at the local Witches’ Market
Indigenous culture is alive and well in La Paz and nowhere is this more evident than the city’s colorful Witches’ Market. Among the exotic knickknacks on offer are psychedelic brews and gruesome dehydrated llama fetuses.
See some curious religious festivities in Copacabana
Follow in the footsteps of the first Inca
A brief boat ride from Copacabana lies the stunning Isla del Sol, a sacred island where the Inca believed the sun was born. Ancient archeological sites and ice-capped Andean peaks only add to the appeal.
Admire the alien landscapes of Uyuni
And continue on to the Southwest Circuit
Spot some colorful birdlife
Did we mention these lagoons have a flamboyance of pink flamingos who come to feast on the algae-rich waters?
Brush up on your history in Potosí
Wander among the colonial streets of Sucre
Cerro Rico’s riches saw the construction of one of South America’s most picturesque colonial cities, a whitewashed architectural masterpiece which evokes all the grandeur of imperialist excess.
Venture deep into the jungle
A quick flight from La Paz sees travelers arrive at Rurrenabaque, an Amazonian ecotourism hub known for its steamy jungle treks and wondrous wildlife safaris.
Spot some exotic wildlife
With caymans, turtles, and capybaras galore, the pampas of northern Bolivia boast a plethora of exotic Amazonian animals.
All these incredible experiences and more can be had on an Intrepid tour of Bolivia. Click here for more information.