Bolivia in your hands: 6 Days Tour

Day 1 Sucre History and Traditions

Visit to the charming and beautiful city of Sucre, where the variety of activities match each visitor’s interests.

Some places we recommend are the Textile Museum of Asur, The House of Liberty (closed on Monday), the Monastery of San Felipe Neri, the Museum of Treasures, The Monastery and Lookout of La Recoleta, the Charcas University Museum with its Colonial, Anthropological and Modern Art Sections, and some local markets.

The visit lasts 3 hours.

Overnight at the hotel of your choice.

Day 2 Sucre - Candelaria - Tarabuco

Breakfast at hotel.

A great chance to learn about the countryside life in Bolivia.

Morning departure to the southeast of Sucre, to the indigenous village of Candelaria, passing by Tarabuco. On Sunday attendance to the indigenous market of Tarabuco, otherwise only a short stopover.

The indigenous market of Tarabuco is one of the purest and most colorful in the world. Indigenous people, dressed on their traditional garments attend this town every Sunday to buy, sell and still barter their local products and handicrafts.

Arrival to Candelaria and visit the indigenous homes where we see the way men and women artisans live and work. A good opportunity to purchase your fine souvenirs directly from the weavers and get your photo with them.

Visit to the Colonial Hacienda of Candelaria (storage rooms, chapel, agricultural museum etc.).

Typical lunch at the Hacienda.

Work with one of our local weavers and learn how to spin wool in a local drop spindle or, if preferred, short walk to the Inca Bridge.

Return to Sucre in the evening.

Overnight at the hotel of your choice

Day 3 Potosi – Uyuni

Breakfast at hotel.

Departure from Sucre to Potosi.

It’s worth a Potosi! This was a well-known expression in colonial times to show the great value something could have.

That was Potosi, a city of great value, with so much wealth that it attracted people from all over the world in search of fortune.

Lunch at a local restaurant including full meal.

Visit to the Miner´s market and an active Colonial mine to see the way miners extract minerals with the same procedures used in colonial times.

Visit to the Casa de la Moneda, where the procedure used for minting coins in different periods is seen.

Continue to Uyuni.

Dinner and overnight at Salt Hotel of your choice.

Day 4 Uyuni - Incahuasi Island - Coquesa - Colchani

Breakfast at hotel.

An out of this world day!

Departure from the hotel and visit to Colchani. Walk on a plant where salt with iodine is processed by the locals. Visit to the small market where handcrafts are made on salt.

Enter the magnificent Sal Flats, see the way local people gather salt for processing it. Discover why the eyes of the Salt Flats are boiling. Continue your journey on the Salt Flats and have a unique photo session in a great plain of Salt where perspective is only a theory.

Visit Incahuasi Island where gigantic cacti grow making the landscape even more unique.

Walk on a petrified coral path and enjoy lunch in the middle of the Salt Flats.

Drive to the northern shore of the Uyuni Salt Flats, to Coquesa, where the views of Salar de Uyuni are again different and just as impressive.

Short hike on the hillside, to the entrance of the Cave of the Coquesa mummies.

At the end of the day, watch an amazing sunset.

Return to Uyuni.

Exact route will be adapted to weather conditions at the time of your visit.

Dinner and overnight at Salt Hotel of your choice.

Day 5 La Paz - City tour and Moon Valley

Breakfast at hotel.

Transfer out. Flight UYU/LPB.

Enjoy the contrast and variety of the vibrant La Paz!

Visit some of the most interesting sites in La Paz for about 4 hours. Visit San Francisco Church, an unusual market in town known as the Witches Market. Short walk on Jaen Street and Plaza Murillo where you will see the Government Palace, the local Cathedral and the Congress building.

Enjoy a delicious snack of Salteñas a Bolivian pastry that everyone loves, or api con pasteles, a local purple corn drink.

Ride on one of the lines of the longest cable car in the world and be amazed by the beautiful Illimani, the snowcapped mountain, eternal guardian of La Paz.

Your car will meet you there and drive you through some southern neighborhoods like San Miguel.

Visit to the Moon Valley and admire the moon-like landscape formed by the erosion of the land.

Return to the hotel.

Note: Municipal museums are closed on Monday.

Overnight at the hotel of your choice.

Day 6 Departure transfer

Departure transfer for international flight