Meet your guide in front of the San Francisco Church and enjoy 3-hours exploring from a cable car, locally called Teleferico. Visit El Alto and the southern zone of La Paz City on this 3-hour tour departing at 11am or 3pm.
• 3 hours
Fly down the 'world’s most dangerous road' on this thrilling mountain-biking adventure! Leave from a high-altitude plain near La Paz, and follow expert guides downhill for 40 miles (64 km) on a narrow, winding road carved into the mountainside. Take breaks along the way to admire the landscape that changes from snowcapped Andes to Amazonian jungle. Then unwind at La Senda Verde Ecotourism Resort, an animal refuge, where you’ll enjoy lunch and observe rescued wildlife. Return to La Paz the same day, or stay overnight at La Senda Verde or in Coroico.
• 13.5 hours
During this 3-hour, guided, walking tour of La Paz, learn the fascinating culture behind this Bolivian city in the sky, and hear the myths, history, and legends behind the buildings and streets. Along with your local guide and a group of no more than 15 people, you'll browse through the stalls of the Witches Market and see the La Paz Cathedral, as well as learn the infamous history behind San Pedro Prison.
• 3 hours
See the best of La Paz on a private tour with a knowledgeable local guide, who will introduce you to both top attractions and lesser-known sites, creating a well-rounded experience of the city. Visit historical landmarks like Plaza Murillo and San Francisco Church, bustling markets like the Witches Market, and natural wonders like Moon Valley. You’ll learn about the city’s colonial history and get a feel for local life as you interact with vendors and artisans and perhaps visit a museum or two. This private tour is customizable.
• 3 hours
Shrouded in mystery until quite recently, the ancient city of Tiwanaku is still far from being completely excavated and surveyed. Evidence suggests the area around the site was inhabited as early as 1500 BCE. As the settlement grew to city size it began to influence surrounding areas. As a city-state, it blossomed between 300CE and 1000CE, after which it declined due to changing weather patterns which resulted in less rainfall. Although much of the site was disturbed by looting, which began soon after Tiwanaku’s decline, it is possible to observe the high level of sophistication and skilled stone working, that were characteristic of Tiwanaku during its height.Join this 8-hour tour and discover Tiwanaku and Titicaca in one day.
• 8 hours
Spend an evening exploring La Paz’s foodie culture on foot, eating at authentic restaurants, drinking local beer and making yourself a cocktail. Your local expert guide leads you on a delicious trip through La Paz’s dining landscape, stopping at local eateries to eat Bolivian delicacies and specialties. At one stop, you’ll even concoct your own cocktail. The 3.5-hour tour concludes at a wine and cheese bar for a sampling of some of the wines of the region. Numbers are limited to eight people, ensuring a personalized experience.
• 3.5 hours
Located to the southeast of La Paz and lost in eternity, rests Palca Canyon. Join this 7-hour small-group tour, starting at 9am with hotel pick-up in La Paz, and get ready to explore Palca Canyon and its unique environment with the company of a professional guide.
• 7 hours
Discover the beauty of Lake Titicaca, Copacabana and Sun Island on this full-day tour from La Paz with a private guide. After hotel pickup, enjoy the company of your knowledgeable guide during the ride to the lake. Marvel at the cobalt-blue waters and the glacier-capped Andes. Learn the history of the area’s indigenous civilizations, and meet their descendants at lakeside villages. In Copacabana, visit a 16th-century basilica and enjoy lunch on the waterfront. On Sun Island, which is considered the birthplace of the Incan civilization, walk through splendid archeological ruins. This tour is perfect if you’re short on time but want to experience some of the major sights of Bolivia.
• 12 hours
Visit the World Heritage-listed archeological ruins of Tiwanaku, near the shores of Lake Titicaca, on this private half-day tour from La Paz. With a knowledgeable guide, tour the site’s adobe pyramids and temples, and learn about the fascinating history of the Tiwanaku civilization, which flourished for hundreds of years before disappearing inexplicably around the year 1000. Hotel pickup and drop-off and transport by private vehicle are included. You have your choice of a morning or afternoon tour.
• 4 hours
Tiwanaku is Bolivia's National Treasure. This site is located 2-hour from La Paz city in the high plateau of the Andes. On this tour you'll visit 15.000 year old structures and the most importantly culture almost lost for the world. Pumapunku Stone complex is also included on this tour.
• 8 hours