Private transfer from the airport to the hotel of your choice or vice versa (day time).
Private transfer from the airport to the hotel of your choice or vice versa (night time).
Pick up from your hotel and drive to the Main Square of Santa Cruz. (Plaza 24 de Septiembre), the Religious Art Museum of the Cathedral (open on Thursday and Sunday), the Art Museum and the local handcrafts center known as La Recoba.
Visit to the handcrafts workshop of Artecampo that gathers the artistic expressions of different regions in the surroundings. Visit a local market and return to the hotel.
Departure from Santa Cruz to Samaipata, (about 120 Km. / 2.5 hours from Santa Cruz).
The road goes through a mountain range called Los Volcanes. Visit to the pre Inca ruins of El Fuerte, a mystical and religious site with pre Inca and Inca influence.
After the visit to the Site Museum and a walk on the ruins, it is possible to take a bath at the Cascadas de las Cuevas del Choro.
Return to Santa Cruz.
Day 1 San Javier – Concepción
Departure to the Jesuit Mission of San Xavier, passing, along the way, through several little villages such as Cotoca, Pailas, Pailón and Los Troncos, viewing soybean crops along the way. Snack along the way.
Arrival to San Javier. Missionary Tour. Visit the San Xavier Jesuit Church, the oldest founded by the Jesuits in 1691 and the Missionary Museum.
Lunch at a local restaurant.
Departure to Concepción (1 ½ hour trip) seeing on route the Granite Rocks in the middle of the Palms and Jungle Isles.
Arrival to Concepcion and visit the ranch where the herons sleep. Return to Concepción.
Short tour to see the facade of the Missionary Temple at night and if desired attendance to Mass service.
Overnight in Concepción.
Day 2 Concepción - San Javier - Santa Cruz
Chiquitano Buffet Breakfast with typical pastries.
Morning visit to the Santa Teresita Stone, 20 minutes from Concepcion to enjoy a beautiful view of the Chiquitano Valley.
Visit to the Missionary Church of Concepcion, known as the authentic Jewel of the 18th. Century and the Museum and Craft workshops (except weekends), where we observe the different wood sculptures the Chiquitanos made for the support of the church.
Walk along the Zapoco damn, admiring a beautiful landscape.
Lunch on route and return to Santa Cruz de la Sierra.