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Private day trip: Cable Car Ride, HUATAJATA(builders of reed boats), Isla Suriqui and Kalahuta Museum from La Paz, Bolivia

- 09:00 Departure to one of the cable cars in the city- Travel by private transport to Lake Titikaka and arrival to the population of HUATAJATA.- Visit to typical Aymara family.- Visit to the museum and shop of "LA TOTORA"- Sailing Pariti Island and Kalauta- LUNCH (TYPICAL OF THE REGION)- Navigation in Typical Reed Boats.- Return to the City of La Paz.- End of our servicesTELEFERICO is the cable air transport system, which connects different points of the cities of La Paz and El Alto (Bolivia).The construction of a cable car becomes an excellent option for the transport problem,It is the longest Aerial Urban Cable Transport in the world.THE TITICACA LAKE It has an average height of 3,812 m. n. m. Its maximum depth is estimated at 281 m and its average depth is calculated at 107 m.It is the highest navigable lake in the world.The island is bordered by totorales, of an intense green color. The totora is a species of cattail or bulrush thatIt grows in the shallow areas of the lake. It is used in the manufacture of roofs, rafts and crafts.K A L A U T A: This ancient stone village is the largest pre-Hispanic necropolis, with chullpas (towers)Mortuary) of two and three floors.Here we can also find Aymara ruins and share with the Kewaya community, with whom to sharetypical meals, know their customs and admire their crafts made with totora.It is located about 3 kms. of suriqui, surrounded by low waters and totora forests. his name in Aymara means"stone houses". A part of the island is inhabited by the Kewaya community. old stone village and the mostlarge prehispanic necropolis, with chullpas (mortuary towers) of two and three floors. on the site ruins of theAymara culture numerous stone houses with a rectangular floor and a stone roof, known as a vaultfalse between the houses chullpares or funerary towers of stone, also of rectangular plant and ofdouble vault on floor. enjoy the traditional apthapi (native snack), sharing unique moments with thepeople of the place.TOTORA BALSAS: The traditional raft is completed with a sail of the same material; the most recent ones haveonly wooden rowing. The average construction time of a raft is 15 to 25 days.Several Suriqui natives, such as the Esteban brothers and the Limachi family, were taken to Morocco tobuild the RA II with which the scientist Thor Heyerdhal developed his idea of crossing the Atlantic Ocean. Until thedate are several expeditions that have made voyages in these totora boats as the Uru, Titi andlately the expedition of Colonel John Blashford and Captain Jim Masters who started their journey in Guanay withthe Kotamama III, built by the Katari family to arrive after 83 days to the Amazon