Day 1 La Paz Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer included.
This adventure travels to high altitude, medically defined as anything over 8,000 ft (2,440m).
Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting
Day 2 La Paz (1B, 1D) Enjoy the morning at leisure, or opt to take an excursion to see the stunning maze of canyons and spires in the Valley of the Moon. This afternoon, set out by foot, van, and cable car to discover this sky-high city with your guide. Explore vibrant squares, historical landmarks, and lively markets, learning about the balance of old and new along the way. This evening, enjoy an interactive culinary experience at a popular local restaurant, including demonstrations on how traditional foods such as quinoa are integrated into modern fusion dishes. With our local chef, we’ll sample a variety of dishes and discuss the growing popularity of La Paz as a culinary destination.
La Paz City Tour
La Paz Culinary Experience
Day 3 La Paz/Sucre (1B) Catch a flight to charming Sucre, then enjoy an orientation walk around the main square with your CEO. This afternoon, relax at a local café, explore on your own, or opt to take an immersive city tour with a local expert that focuses on the stunning colonial architecture and historic sites, best viewed from the city’s ubiquitous rooftop terraces.
Sucre Orientation Walk
Plane (1.00 hour(s))
Day 4 Potosi Countryside (1B, 1D) Enjoy free time this morning before travelling into the southern highlands to our historic hacienda. Surrounded by lush farmlands and rolling hills, this working farm offers unique opportunities for cultural exchanges with the resident family. Get a glimpse into daily life here while taking part in demonstrations at the dairy and in the fields, and step back in time during visits to the property’s private rooms, chapel, and museum. Cap off your experience with an authentic farm-to-table dinner featuring specialities local to the area.
Bolivian Hacienda Experience
Private Vehicle (3.00 hour(s))
Day 5 Potosí/Uyuni (1B, 1L) Make the short drive to the centre of Potosi and enjoy a guided tour of the Casa Nacional de la Moneda, the old silver mint and now a museum dedicated to Bolivian art and history. Take a scenic drive to Uyuni, gateway to the world's largest salt flat. Learn about the industrialization of salt and the geographical history of the region while driving across this mirror-like landscape. Enjoy a sunset picnic atop the flats before returning to our hotel.
Note: During the rainy season the locations visited may change due to some routes being covered by water.
Casa de la Moneda
Excursion and sunset Picnic on the Salt Flats
Private Vehicle (0.75 hour(s))
Private Vehicle (4.00 hour(s))
Day 6 Uyuni (1B, 1L) Journey deeper into the salt pans to explore their varied geographical features. Along the way, stop at the remote town of Agencha, a small Quechua community sponsored by G Adventures for Good. Here we enjoy a guided walk to learn about quinoa production and the cultural history of the area. Savour lunch prepared with local ingredients before continuing our exploration of the desert and its pans.
In rainy season (approximately January to early April), it is not possible to visit the Agencha community and a box/picnic lunch will be provided instead.
Bolivian Salt Flats Experience
Jukil Community Experience & Lunch
Day 7 Uyuni/La Paz (1B) Catch a flight to La Paz and enjoy free time to explore before joining our CEO for an optional farewell dinner.
Plane (1.00-1.50 hours)
Day 8 La Paz (1B) Depart at any time.