History, Art & Culture

Traditions that make it unique and fascinating...

Indigenous people have inhabited these lands for thousands of years and have left a cultural legacy that has been transmitted from generation to generation. The Colonial architecture that its cities reflect has that charm that takes us back to numerous and fascinating stories.  Religious art resulting from the Spanish and indigenous mixture that created a unique style that amazes us to this day.

Witches Market

Original knowledge...

And ancient beliefs that are accompanied by objects for rituals. Andean fabrics, amulets, llama fetuses, exotic concoctions and ancient plants for natural medicine treatments and Bolivian craftsmanship. These are some of the products that you will find in this unusual market that is located in the heart of the city of La Paz.

See the La Paz Tour with a visit to the Witches Market.


Gigantic stones that are carved with extreme perfection. A testimony of the existence of an ancestral culture that was very advanced for the time. A great legacy of knowledge to the cultures that later inhabited America.

See the Tiwanaku Tours.

Lake Titicaca

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Video: Viceministerio de Turismo de Bolivia

The Holy Lake...

An extensive aquatic panorama guards many magical islands, where ancient empires were born and left a legacy that remains alive to this day in the customs of their people.  Copacabana is home to one of the most important virgins (virgin of Copacana) in Bolivia. In Lake Titicaca we can appreciate the intense blue of the largest, deepest and navigable lake in Latin America.

Our tours will make you live unforgettable experiences of Lake Titicaca.

Jatun Yampara, La Glorieta, Yotala, Tarabuco, Potolo

In the surroundings of Sucre there are small Andean towns and communities. All are situated in the landscapes of the Cordillera, through mountains and valleys. Their customs and culture take us back to pre-Columbian times that last to this day.

See all Sucre Tours.

Sucre Iglesia en Jatun Yampara
Sucre Potolo Tejidos


Here you will find Dinosaur footprints, nestled in a curious geological formation. The paleontological richness of the place is evidenced by being full of dinosaur footprints on Cretaceous rocks.

Explore the  Maragua, the Dinosaur Paw Prints Tour.

Cayara Museum Hotel

An impressive Colonial Building

Which has more than four centuries of history. It is a place that treasures valuable relics that are a reflection of the opulence in which its owners lived in former times. Today it has all the comforts needed to enjoy an unforgettable stay full of adventure and history.

See the Cayara Tour.

Colonial Mines

Visiting the depths...

It is an unforgettable experience to descend into an active mine on the “Cerro rico de Potosí”. Armed with coca leaves, cigarettes and alcohol. We will go deep into the cave until we meet “El Tio” owner of the underworld and the mineral that the miners extract from its bowels.

See the tour to the Colonial Mines.

Jesuit Missions

A magical place...

This place preserves the traditions that for centuries were merged between the different indigenous ethnic groups and the Catholic religion of the Jesuit missionaries of Chiquitos. Baroque music, crafts, dances, festivities, native music, baroque style painting, sculpture, the relationship with nature, and the restored temples are what make Chiquitos a unique experience.

See the Jesuit Missions Tours.

Samaipata Fort

The largest carved stone in the world!

“Cultural Heritage of Humanity”, The name is a Quechua word, meaning “Place of rest between mountains”, is an archaeological and ceremonial center of great cultural value. The gigantic sculpted rock that dominates the city from above is a unique testimony of pre-Hispanic traditions and beliefs. Around it there are several tourist sites such as the Giant Fern Forest and the Amboró National Park.

See the Samaipata Tours

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