History, Art & Culture
Traditions that make it unique and fascinating...
Indigenous peoples have inhabited these lands for thousands of years, and have left a cultural legacy that has been passed down from generation to generation. The colonial architecture reflected in its cities has a charm that takes us back to fascinating stories. Likewise, the religious art, fruit of the Spanish and indigenous mixture, created a unique style that still amazes us today.
And millenary beliefs accompanied by objects for Aymara rituals, Andean textiles, amulets, llama fetuses, exotic potions and millenary plants for natural medicine treatments, accompanied by Bolivian handicrafts… are some of the products that we will find in this unusual market located in La Paz city.
View this La Paz Tour visiting the Witches Market.
Gigantic stones carved with extreme perfection, testimony of the existence of a very advanced ancestral culture for the time. A great legacy of knowledge to the cultures that later inhabited America.
View the Tiwanaku Tours.
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Video: Viceministerio de Turismo de Bolivia
The Sacred lake...
An extensive aquatic panorama guards magical islands where ancestral empires were born and left a legacy that to this day is kept alive in the customs of their peoples. From the beaches of Copacabana, home of one of the most important virgins of Bolivia, we will be able to appreciate the intense blue of the largest and deepest lake in Latin America.
Our tours will make you live unforgettable experiences of Titicaca Lake.
Jatun Yampara, La Glorieta, Yotala, Tarabuco, Potolo
Surrounding Sucre are small Andean towns and communities, all in the landscapes of the Cordillera, through mountains and valleys. Their customs and culture take us back to pre-Columbian times that are still alive today.
View all Sucre Tours.
And Dinosaur Paw Prints, located 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, Dinosaur Paw Prints Tour.
An impressive Colonial Building
With more than four centuries of history, it is a place that treasures valuable relics, a reflection of the opulence in which its owners lived in the past. Today, it has all the amenities to enjoy an unforgettable stay full of adventure and history.
View the Cayara Tour.
Visiting the depths...
Unforgettable experience descending into an active mine of the “Cerro Rico de Potosi”. Armed with coca leaves, cigars and alcohol, we will enter until we meet “El Tio”, owner of the underworld and of the material that the miner extracts from its entrails.
See the Colonial Mines Tour.
A magical place...
That preserves the traditions that for centuries were forged between the different indigenous ethnic groups and the Catholic religion of the Jesuit missionaries of Chiquitos. The baroque music, the handicrafts, the dances, the festivities, the native music, the baroque style, the painting, the sculpture, the relationship with nature and the restored temples, make of Chiquitos a unique experience.
See the Jesuitical Missions Tours.
Fortress of Samaipata
The huge sculptured rock in the world!
“Cultural heritage of Humanity”, Quechua word that means: “Place of rest between mountains”, is an archaeological and ceremonial center of great cultural value. The huge sculptured rock, dominating the town below, is a unique testimony to pre-Hispanic traditions and beliefs. Around it there are several tourist sites such as the Giant Ferns and the Amboró National Park.
See the Samaipata Tours