Bolivia Organised Trips

Ruins of Tiwanaku

Visit the spellbinding Pre-Columbian ruins of the Tiwanacu - 'Cradle of the American Civilisations' and once the largest city in the world. Situated just 44 miles west of La Paz, the ruins are considered by many to be the most important pre-Inca sites in the Americas. View the Sun Gate, the Monoliths, the temples of Kalasasaya and Kontiki, the Akapana artificial Pyramid and exceptional art and metal work.

Duration:

Half day

Start time: Approx. 8am or 2pm
End time: Approx. 12:30pm or 6:30pm
Included/Excluded:

Includes: Entrance fees, transfers, bilingual guide.
Excludes: Food and drink, tips.

Max. group size: Private
Transport details:

Transfers from hotel.
Transport depends on group size.

Other information:

Departs daily.
Bilingual guide.

Sun Island Escape

Mythical stories await on the Escape to Sun Island experience which takes you from Puno to Sun Island via Moon Island. After transferring to Copacabana on the shore of Lake Titicaca you will board a hydrofoil which will transport you to Moon Island, where, legend says, the Inca god Varacocha controlled the rising of the moon. Here you will visit the Sun Virgins Temple IƱak Uyu. The next stop is Sun Island where you will visit a number of enthralling Inca Ruins including the Inca Staircase and Sacred Fountain. The tour continues with lunch at the archealogical restaurant 'Uma Kollu' and a visit to a handicraft market and Copacabana Cathedral.

Duration:

Full day

Start time: 6:45am
End time: 7:30pm
Included/Excluded:

Included: Lunch, entrance fees, transfers, English speaking guide.
Excluded: Tips, any additional drinks and food.

Max. group size: Unlimited
Transport details:

Transfers from hotel.
Transport depends on group size.

Other information:

Departs daily.
Bilingual guide.

Uros Floating Islands

The ancient tribe of the Uros precede the Incas and have long made their home on the tranquil waters of Lake Titicaca. According to legend the Uros existed before the birth of the sun and they are shrouded in mythology. The unique floating islands are constructed from layers of rotora reeds that are constantly topped up with new layers to replace reeds at the bottom which rot away. Up to ten families can live on an island and the islands are expanded to accommodate additional members of the family.

Duration:

Half day

Start time: 8am or 2pm
End time: 12:30pm or 6:30pm
Included/Excluded:

Included: Entrance fees.
Excluded: Food and drinks, tips.

Max. group size: Unlimited
Transport details:

Transfers from hotel.
Transport depends on group size.

Other information:

Departs daily.
Multilingual guide.