- Hotel accommodation for 2 nights
- Daily buffet breakfast, 2 lunches, & 2 dinners
- All land transfers and services are private with English-speaking guides
- Full day tour of Salt Lake and Incahuasi and Isla Pescado
- Excursion to the small village of Tahua
- Half day city tour of La Paz
- Document holder and luggage tags
- Hotel taxes and service charges
All rates are per person, based on double occupancy. Extra nights and triple occupancy available upon request. Rates are not valid during Certain Holidays and blackout periods. U.S. citizens visiting Bolivia as tourists must obtain an entry visa.
Please call for special international airfares and domestic flights in Economy or Business Class.
Intra flights, local departure and airport taxes, beverages, personal expenses and other items not mentioned above are not included
Important! From December to March, during the rainy season, the Salt Flats and the Red & Green Lagoon can become flooded and it won’t be possible to visit some attractions, such as Incahuasi and Thunupa.
Departures & Rates
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Arrival in Uyuni airport with immediate departure on a full day tour of Salt Lake and Incahuasi. Uyuni is the largest salt lake on Earth, covering nearly 5,000 square miles on the Bolivian Andean High plateau. This is a weird, bone-dry landscape of spiky cacti, flat horizons and allencompassing silence. Dotted with lakes tinted by minerals and algae, patrolled by colorful flamingos, this is surely the most unearthly place on earth. At Isla Pescado, also called “Inca Wasi,” discover an oasis with formations of algae and fossils, covered by thousands of giant columnar cacti that can live more than a hundred years and grow to more than 36 feet tall. Needless to say, this otherworldly landscape is heaven for photographers. Overnight at hotel. (L,D)
After breakfast, enjoy an excursion to the small village of Tahua, at the foot of Thunupa Volcano. Stroll through the village and hike to the cave of the Coquesa Mummies, a group of Uru Chipaya people from1200 years ago, who may have died from poisonous gases seeping up from underground. Thanks to the bone-dry conditions, they are remarkably well preserved. After the tour, we go back to the hotel. (B,L,D)
Transfer to the airport for your flight back to La Paz. Upon arrival, enjoy a half day city tour of La Paz & its surroundings including the Moon Valley & a cable ride over the city. (B)