• From Puno Across Titicaca to Huatajata

    Your adventure begins today from your hotel in Puno where you’ll be met by our expert guide. Travel overland to the charming Peruvian town of Pomata to see Santiago Apóstol de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, a striking 18th-century church built of pink granite. Then visit the handsome cathedral in Copacabana before an exciting Hydrofoil Cruise Excursion across Lake Titicaca. Visit the Sun Virgins Temple on Moon Island and sip the sacred waters of an ancient Inca fountain which is believed to offer eternal youth and happiness!

    At the Antiplano Museum, a fascinating exhibit sheds light on the ancient cultural traditions of the region’s indigenous Aymara people. Then meet a member of the Kallawaya, an itinerant group of traditional healers who have long lived here in the high Andes Mountains of Bolivia. You’ll gain fascinating insight into some of the ancient healing methods which they have used for nearly 1,000 years! Tonight you’ll have a chance to observe the constellations of the Southern Sky as your guide shares fascinating Aymara beliefs about the Heavens. Spend a restful overnight at the inviting Inca Utama Hotel & Spa in Huatajata, a scenic highland town on the southeastern shores of Lake Titicaca.  Meals L,D
  • Onward to Uyuni and Colchani

    Transfer this morning to the airport in La Paz for your flight to Uyuni, where you’ll embark on a full-day excursion to the incredible Uyuni Salt Flat, one of the world’s most unusual natural wonders. Covering a vast expanse of nearly 7,500 square miles, this is the largest salt bed on Earth. Tour the Salt Museum in Colchani and see the ancient methods which are still used today to extract the salt. Then visit Inkawasi, an extraordinary island oasis of unique vegetation in the middle of the desolate salt pan. This evening’s sunset over this seemingly endless expanse of salt will be unforgettable. Tonight will be your first of two nights in  a most unusual hotel made of salt!  Meals B,L,D
  • Excursion to Mt. Tunupa

    Today’s full-day tour takes you to the impressive Tunupa Volcano, dramatically overlooking the vast Uyuni Salt Flat. In a small canyon on the side of the mountain, you’ll also be able to visit a sacred cave tomb filled with mummies that were buried long ago. Overnight once again in Colchani at our unique “salt hotel.”  Meals B,L,D
  • Fly to La Paz

    After breakfast, you’ll be escorted to the airport for your flight to La Paz. Upon arrival, join your guide for an afternoon tour featuring the city’s highlights. Discover La Paz’s fine Colonial-era architecture and explore ancient traditions which still endure in lively quarters of the city like the Indian Market and Witch Doctor’s Market. Then thrill to the unusual Lunar-like landscapes of the Moon Valley before checking in to the comfortable Hotel Europe.  Meals B
  • Depart Bolivia

    Our private car and driver will take you to the airport for your onward flight. Meals B

Check In!

  • Inca Utama Hotel & Spa - Lake Titicaca, Peru

    Located on the panoramic shores of Lake Titicaca, the 67 room Inca Utama Hotel & Spa is close to the 'Andean Roots Eco-Village'. All rooms have private baths, have been recently redecorated and have heating and electric blankets to make your stay even more enjoyable. The hotel is accessible by paved road from La Paz or Hyrofoil.

  • Salt Hotel - Uyuni, Bolivia

    Highlighting your guided exploration of one of South America’s greatest natural wonders will be your 2-night stay in a hotel made entirely of salt! Situated on the edge of the remarkable Uyuni Salt Flats, these unique accommodations are constructed from hand-hewn blocks of salt. Stylish furnishings, traditional Bolivian accents and modern amenities promise a comfortable and truly unforgettable sojourn.

  • Hotel Europa - La Paz, Bolivia

    Centrally located in downtown La Paz, the Hotel Europa offers European-style charm with world-class relaxation in a vibrant downtown setting. All rooms include internet, air conditioning and feather duvets and pillows. The spacious bathrooms have white tiles and marble sinks. Onsite facilities include a fitness club with indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish bath, massage services and a health bar. Enjoy dinner and drinks at one of the several onsite restaurants.

Our Private Touring includes:

• 4 nights in our handpicked first class hotels
• 10 meals: 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 3 dinners
• Extensive sightseeing with your own personal car, driver & guide including all entry fees
• Luggage handling, all hotel taxes & service charges, and all on-tour transportation including both internal flights
• JourneyAssist, our toll-free 24/7 emergency on-tour assistance

Trip Pricing

  • Traveling as a single?

Bolivia & Lake Titicaca - Per Person Double

Dates   Standard Accommodations
Departure Return   Regular
1/1/2019 12/31/2019 $2899

Prices are per person, double occupancy, and may vary during holidays and trade shows.

There are no upcoming departures for this tour, but our Custom Travel Team can arrange a private departure just for you at an affordable price and on the dates you want.  With your own private car, driver and guide and custom tailored hotels, meals, and sightseeing we can create the journey of a lifetime exactly to your specifications.

Contact our Custom Travel Team:    800-221-2216  or  Email Us


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  • William from SC gives this tour 

    It was the rainy season when we visited Uyuni Salt Flats in March. We still drove on them and had a picnic (we were wearing rubber boots provided by the guide). The sunsets over the salt flats were incredible, since the water reflected the setting sun. In addition, the train cemetery in Uyuni was a real surprise. My husband is a model railroad enthusiast and delighted in seeing all the steam locomotives from the Bolivian Silver Fever era. It is a shame they have been partially cut up for scrap and not really taken care of. Our visit to Pulacayo, an almost ghost town from the Silver Fever Era, also gave us an opportunity to observe old railroad equipment including the steam locomotive allegedly shot up (there were dents in the boiler) by Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid. This railroad equipment including turntable was in very good shape. The town still has a few families and a school, and the silver mine is still worked, but it is like walking through a town in the earl 1900s. The other highlight was riding the cable car transportation network in La Paz. Instead of an underground, La Paz has a cable car network. Since the city is built on the side of a mountain, there is over a thousand foot altitude difference for different parts of the city. There are incredible panoramic views as one travels the yellow line and then the green line.


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    Date Traveled: 3/4/2018

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