Welcome to Cordillera Real


The best season for climbing in the Cordillera Real is May to September. Note that most of the climbs are technical and require climbing experience, a reputable climbing guide and proper technical equipment. You should be fully acclimatized to the altitude before attempting any of the ascents.


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$65 Cultural & Theme Tours

Overnight Amantani Island Homestay Experience from Puno

Day 1: Depart Puno for the Uros Floating Islands & Amantani Homestay (L/D)You will be picked up from your hostel between 7:00-8:00am and transferred to the port of Puno, where you will meet your guide and board the motor boat. The first stop will be the Uros Floating Islands, where you will spend about one and a half hour. There are more than 50 floating islands and you will visit two of them. On the first floating island, your guide will explain to you about the people who live on the floating islands. Then you will have some free time to walk around, visit the small huts made from reeds, take some pictures and buy a souvenir to support the people of these islands if you wish.After this visit you will continue on with a 3-hour boat ride to Amantani Island where you will spend the night with a local family. You will be met by the families at the dock and then taken to their houses to enjoy a delicious lunch with them.  In the afternoon, you will have the opportunity to go on an optional hike up to the highest point of this community which is located at about 4150m (13600 feet) to enjoy the sunset. There you can admire awe-inspiring views of Lake Titicaca, the Cordillera Real mountain range and the Isla del Sol on the Bolivian side of the lake in the distance.In the evening, after the dinner, the families will organize a local party for you and provide you the traditional dress to enjoy the party (optional). Take plenty of pictures of this crazy mix of locals and foreigners all decked-out laughing and dancing together.Day 2: Taquile Island & Return to Puno (B) The next day you will have an early breakfast before saying goodbye to your family and heading over to the neighbouring Taquile Island (1-hour boat ride). The people who live on this island are very famous because they are considered “the best weavers of Peru”. There, you will go on a beautiful hike to enjoy the views of the lake. During this hike you will stop to visit the town square of Taquile and visit the handicraft shops to see the typical weaving. The square is also the highest point of the hike (3950m or 12960 feet). You will finish the hike going to the second port of the island, where you will take the motor boat back to Puno, finishing the tour at 3:30pm approximately.  

$65 Kid Friendly

LA PAZ - BOLIVIA ( EL CAÑON DE PALCA)

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Plaza Murillo, La Paz, La Paz DepartmentWe start our service, with the pick up of our passengers from the Lobby of your hotel, later we travel by car to the city of La Paz, until we reach one of the cable cars in the city, later we enter the Palca canyon, in the same we will have a tour approximately 2 hours, we will taste our Snack Route, we will arrive at the Palca Valley, we enter the town of Palca to go to the Valley of the Moon, after a short tour we return to the hotel.Duration: 2 hours

$199 Multi-day & Extended Tours

2-Day Amantani Homestay Including Kayak Experience

Please note: there is a mandatory pre-departure orientation the day before your tour begins. Day 1: Kayak from Puno to the Uros Floating Islands & Amantani Homestay (L-D)You will be picked up from your hotel between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. and transferred to the shores of Lake Titicaca. Meet your kayaking guide, who will give you a safety briefing and basic paddling instructions. During the kayak ride in the Titicaca National Reserve, keep an eye out for wildlife on the lake. After paddling for about one hour, arrive at the Uros floating islands, where you can spend about 1.5 hours to exploring this man-made floating reed village. There are more than 50 floating islands, handmade from local reeds, and you will have the chance to visit two of them. On the first floating island, your guide will explain to you about the people who live there the history and culture of the Uros people. Then you will have some free time to walk around, visit the small huts made from reeds, take some pictures and buy a souvenir to support the people of these islands if you wish.Depart on a 3-hour boat ride to Amantani Island, where you will spend the night with a local family. You will be met by the families at the dock and then taken to their houses to enjoy a delicious lunch with them. In the afternoon you will have the opportunity to go on an optional hike up to the highest point of this community which is located at about 13,600 feet  (4,150 m) to enjoy the sunset. There you can admire awe-inspiring views of Lake Titicaca, the Cordillera Real mountain range and the Isla del Sol on the Bolivian side of the lake in the distance. In the evening, after having dinner, the village families will organize a local party for you and dress you up in traditional clothing to enjoy the party and learn how to dance as locals do (optional). Take plenty of pictures of this mix of locals and foreigners all decked-out laughing and dancing together.Day 2: Taquile Island and Return to Puno (B)Start the day with an early breakfast before saying goodbye to your family and heading over to the neighboring Taquile Island via a 1-hour boat ride. The people who live here are considered they are considered the best weavers of Peru. Take a hike to enjoy the views of the lake, stopping to visit the town square of Taquile and visit the handicraft shops to see the typical weaving. After enjoying some free time around the square, you will enjoy a typical lunch (own expense). Finish your hike at the second port of the island, where you will take the motorboat back to Puno where your tour will come to an end at around 3:30 p.m.

$83 Tours & Sightseeing

Death Road Bolivia Biking Tour

At 07:00 hours pick up from the hotel and departure to the summit of La Paz that is at an altitude of 3,600 meters (11,810 feet) at the foot of the Cordillera Real de los Andes, on the way you can see the flora and fauna of the desert of the high plateau and the snow-capped mountains of the Cordillera Real.09:00 test of the equipment and explanation of the guides on the use of the equipment, hot refreshment. We start the adventure by bicycle the first part is asphalt with a cold climate until you reach the town of Unduavi (Control antinarcotics and review only motorized transport) rest and refreshments.10:30 Dirt road begins at an altitude of 2,700 masl, a subtropical place, we enter the Bolivian jungle through the most dangerous road in the world, known as the road of death. An incredible view on the dirt road, during the descent it passes through streams, waterfalls, next to the great variety of flora and fauna that the place presents us. At noon, passengers will get some time to rest and refresh.13:45 Arrival at the bridge a place with a warm climate and the end of the bike adventure at a height of 1,200 meters (3,940 feet). Later, transfer to DOS RIOS hotel 35 minutes from Coroico, to use the showers, lunch and free time to enjoy the weather next to the pool, etc.16:30 Return to the city of La Paz through the new Santa Barbara Cotapata highway. Arrival to La Paz approximately at nightfallIncludes:  • Shared tourist transportation • Mountain bikes • Complete equipment (helmet, knee pads, knuckles, gloves) • Professional bilingual guides • 3 snacks & lunch Buffet at the hotel • Unlimited bottled water • Altitude jacket and trousers • Photographs and videos of the tour in our Facebook page and access to Dropbox • Access to common areas of the Hotel • Hot showers • Soap and towels • Altitude shirt (red or black as a souvenir) Not Included: • Travel insurance • 50 bs Entrance fees in Unduavi • Tips • Services not mentioned What To Bring to the Death Road Tour • An extra change of clothes and shoes, • Swimsuit • Sunglasses • Sunscreen • Insect repellent

$100 Private & Custom Tours

La Paz to Lake Titicaca Private Tour Including Huatajata Visit

Our adventure starts at 8:00 am, with pick up from your hotel / hostel in the city of La Paz in your private mobility and professional bilingual guide, to direct us through a Asphalted road to the town of Huatajata, the trip is approximately 2 hours, the road is all paved with an impressive view of the Cordillera Real. We arrive at the town of Huatajata Visit to the Totora Museum, this exposes the different expeditions of TOTORA rafts that sailed the oceans and rivers of the World. You can also buy crafts made in totora, such as small rafts decorative After our visit to the local museum, we will have lunch (In base to fresh trout typical of the place), later we will take the boat to go to the Island of Pariti, here we will visit the Archaeological Museum that shows a Variety of valuable ceramics belonging to the Tiwanakota culture (classic period 500 to 800 AD), We will return to the population of Huatajata, where our transportation will be waiting to return to the city of La Paz. Our service includes the tour of the Altiplano North of Bolivia, We will observe the Fauna and Flora typical of this Andean region like the different Potato Crops, and Quinoa

$987 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Lake Titicaca 4-Day Kayak Adventure with Camping and Homestay

DAY 1: (B, L)Arrival in Puno. Meeting point at the hotel or airport. We leave Puno heading south, passing by the villages of Juli, Ilave and Yanguyo, until you reach the embarkation point in Punta Hermosa. Here, you will head to the kayaks and all the equipment into a motor boat and head to the island of Anapia (90 minutes). Upon arrival, local families welcome you and provide accommodation in their homes. In the afternoon, enjoy a short time to practice paddling and maneuvering on the kayak.DAY 2: (B, L, D)After breakfast, you will meet in the spring to start your journey. Begin circling the island of Suana and Caño, then head to the island of Yuspique. You will be escorted by a artisan fishing sailboat which will take your belongings and accompany you during the journey. In Yuspique, hike and see a family of vicuna (South American camelid animal), the only inhabitants of the island. Enjoy a hike to an Ushnu at the top of the island with a spectacular view of 360 degrees, with a view of the Cordillera Real. In the evening, you will camp under the stars where you will see major constellations of the southern hemisphere.DAY 3: (B, L, D)After breakfast at the camp, you will continue the journey around the island crossing some small deserted islands (some of them in Bolivia). During the tour, you will see a variety of birds like the Titicaca Grebe (endemic bird) or Siete Colores del Totoral. Arriving at your camp set alongside a beautiful beach on the island of Ccana, there are only 12 inhabitants and hundreds of vicuñas which reside here. Astronomy night and campfire.DAY 4: (B, L)On your last day of travel, you will leave the camp heading north (longest leg of the journey) passing the island of Iscaya to finally reach your destination in Punta Hermosa. Once there, vehicles will be awaiting your arrival where the equipment will be loaded and you will make your return drive to Puno. Arrival at the hotel or airport.

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