• Trip Includes
  • Trip Outline

Our program includes:

  • Transfer Airport / hotel / airport in La Paz
  • 03 nights in Buenos Aires
  • 01 night on on a Catamaran
  • Meals: 04 breakfast + 02 lunch + 01 dinner
  • HD City Tour La Paz + Moon Valley
  • Program 02 Days / 01 Night Community Titicaca Lake Catamaran Program
  • HD Tiwanaku Excursion
  • Personal Assistance

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Day 1

… / La Paz

Private transfer from the airport. Pick up from the hotel to visit Jaen Colonial Street, which is one of the most well preserved colonial streets of the city. The tour continues to Plaza Murillo where the Cathedral, the Government Palace and the National Congress buildings are located. After, walk through Witches Market provides a fascinating window on the secretive world of Andean mysticism. Later, visit Rodriguez typical market, the largest food market in La Paz, the variety of the products are as colorful as the outfit of the local women who sell them. A must in La Paz is certainly taking a ride in a Cable Car to enjoy fantastic views and to finish the tour visit the spectacular Moon Valley features bizarre geological formations.
Overnight: La Paz
Meals: --

Day 2

La Paz / Copacabana / Yumani (Sun Island)

Early land transfer to Copacabana for a brief visit of the Sanctuary of Copacabana and then board the catamaran cruise ship to sail to Sun Island, birthplace of the Inca Empire. In this legendary island you will visit the Inca's Garden, Stairs and Fountain. The itinerary continues with a visit to the Inti Wata Cultural Complex which includes the Ekako Underground Museum, the Traditional Medicine and the Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders Display Centers, the Pachamama agricultural Inca Terraces, a handicraft center, the Intica Lounge, and at the Manco Kapac gazer, the largest variety of Andean camelids. The visit to our Complex also includes a unique sailing experience on a huge Titikaka traditional reed vessel for a panoramic visit to the Pilkokaina Inca Palace. Afterwards, return to the catamaran to enjoy a buffet lunch on board overlooking the breathtaking Titicaca Lake. At night, dinner and overnight on board, in double cabins with exterior view and private bathroom
Overnight: Catamaran
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 3

Pariti / Kalauta / Pata Patani / Chua / La Paz

After breakfast on board, continue navigation enjoying the overwhelming panorama of Lake Titicaca towards the Andean communities of Pariti, Kalauta and Patapatani located on the shores of the smaller portion of the Lake known as "Wiñay Marca". First Pariti Island, where we visit a typical local house that will allow appreciating the real livelihood of aymara people in the highlands. In this same island, local people started finding various ceramic pieces during their daily activities (digging for constructions, plowing to cultivate their products, etc.). This awoke curiosity among the villagers and archaeologists as well, so archaeological diggings started and numerous pieces of fine ceramics dated to Tiwanaku culture were found. The ones that stand out are figures of wildlife such us tigers, monkeys, etc. which leads to think that Pariti was a ceremonial site visited by peoples from beyond the Andes. All these objects are currently in display at the Pariti Museum, which is part of the itinerary. Continue now towards Kalauta navigating in typical fishing barges that will allow a unique experience where rowing among the totorales (reed plants) gives a special sense of peace and mysticism that only this pristine portion of the lake has. In Kalauta one can appreciate a great deal of funeral towers. Kalauta was once an ancient stone town and the largest prehispanic necropolis. Here you'll enjoy a snack. Then, the navigation continues towards Pata Patani where the community welcomes tourists at the port handing them garlands made of flowers by themselves and makes them actively participate in their dances to the sound of typical instruments. This community is very rooted to ancient traditions and still makes a livelihood of fishing. A visit to the Pata Patani Museum is also in the itinerary; this museum shelters the oldest best preserved Andean mummy called Tani. Afterwards, return to the catamaran to enjoy buffet lunch on board while sailing in the Titicaca Lake continues. End with a land transfer to La Paz.
Overnight: La Paz
Meals: Breakfast, and lunch

Day 4

La Paz / Tiwanaku Ruins / La Paz

Passengers are picked up from their hotels to visit the epic city of Tiwanaku, the capital of an ancient civilization. Located 72 km away form the city of La Paz and near the south-eastern shores of Lake Titikaka. During its greatest times, the capital of Tiwanaku was the largest in the world and considered to be the Cradle of all American Civilizations. This pre-Inca ruins started endless archeological debates, the most recent radiocarbon 14 tests show that this edifications date back to 1580 B.C. In this ancient breath taking city we will visit the Kalasasaya (Sun) temple, Semisubterranean (Earth) Temple, Akapana Pyramid and the legendary Sun Gate, the tour also takes us to the museum filled with ceramic objects and tools from previous civilizations prior to the Incas.
Overnight: La Paz
Meals: Breakfast

Day 5

La Paz / …

Private transfer to the airport.
Overnight: --
Meals: Breakfast