Welcome to Cordillera Apolobamba

While access is improving, it must be emphasized that this is an extremely isolated region, and far from being set up for tourism. There are few services; transportation isn’t reliable; and the people here maintain a fragile traditional lifestyle. Comparatively few locals speak more than rudimentary Spanish (mostly men). Being sensitive to the local sentiments of this highly traditional Aymará- and Quechua-speaking area will help keep its distinctive character intact.

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Cordillera Apolobamba in detail