Bolivia extreme geography of deserts, mountains, canyons. It is the most isolated country of America, Our walk includes the slope of the Andes following a pre-Columbian road, known as the subtropical Yungas region. The presence of their people, the beauty of its wildlife and its extraordinary landscapes and unique from snow to rainforest of the Yungas, make this sector one of the most attractive of Bolivia.
Starting from La Paz in vehicle. Going forward, the majestic highlands always wavy. The road goes down gently to join with the provincial route Sorata. Beautiful views of the mountains to reach the village of Sorata (2700 MS), charming small population (4 hours). We will stay at a hotel near the square. (Dinner not included).
Leaving early in vehicle on a mountain road to the village of Ancoma. Meeting with mulero team. Start of climb between ravines and Andean crops. amazing spectacle view to imposing hill background Illampu. To the sides, a succession of splendid snowy hills. The road to Cocoyo continued to fall. Camp (3 hours).
Based on Cocoyo on a path that will take us to the summit of Sarani (4600 Ms). After enjoying lunch, we are ready to go down into the mountains of Chiarhoco around Chajolpaya. Camp (4300 meters - 5 hours).
Starting from the Chajolpaya. Take road begins a gentle but steady ascent towards the Negruni (4980 Ms). The road runs along an icy water that goes down to the valley Negruni. The campsite is 4300 meters (5 hours).
The day hike takes place in the mountains of Chacocamani. In the morning we pass Huaraco (4850 ms) and then descend to the village of Hankolacaya (4200 Ms). Camp near the river (4550 ms, 5 hours).
Changing spending side step Mullu (4750 Ms) on a (very little used) wagon road. From the highest point we can appreciate a show of several glaciers and mountains which are the Janquyu (5512 ms), Mulu Apacheta (5368 ms). In the afternoon we descend to several lagoons and in particular the Kotia lagoon where we set up camp. (MS 4420, 5 hours) Reasteblecimiento in fresh food for our vehicle.
Morning to rest and continue walking on a road gently towards the Andean foothills. Later, you go left Lake Titicaca. The road goes down zigzagging to reach Quebrador near the Ajwani (3 hours) lagoon. Camp.
Start of climb between streams and lakes to reach the summit (4900 MS). There are the most impressive panoramic view of the Cordillera Real. Then the road is winding and beautiful, with Sistaña lagoon where you can have lunch and rest. The lagoon, the road begins to climb and then goes uphill to the summit (4900 MS). Take the road to the left and down to reach a blue lagoon. Laguna Jurikhota beautiful and secluded, surrounded by snowy mountains. Camp (5 hours).
Starting early from the lagoon. Take road begins a gentle but constant ascent. Beautiful view from the summit is more than 500 meters. The floor looks sand, crushed rock but by the wind. Gently down shortly before ascending back a step. Then the descent to Zongo Valley and the town of Challapampa (5/6 hours). Drive vehicle to return to La Paz (2 hours). Hotel.
Possibility of staying in the base of Huayna Potosi for those who want to climb this mountain area.
- Spanish-speaking trekking guide
- Meals during trek
- Camping equipment - tent, mattress
- Private transportation or minibus depending on the number of passengers.
- The animals (Llamas) loaded the collective and individual equipment (limited to 15 kilos).
- Travel Insurance - recommended
- Sunglasses and sun cream
- Dinner at La Paz and Beverages
- Sleeping bag - can be rented for USD 15
- English-speaking for an additional cost
- Porters for this trip at a cost of 36.50usd$ per day. You can carry a backpack up to 50 liters in size.
Exceptional walking tour of La Paz's murals, which weave a potent tale of Bolivia's political and historical intrigue and the impact thereof on contemporary society. Wonderful to "walk the talk" as it were and learn about the living history and memory of the country and refreshi
I loved my trips with La Paz , one through Apolobamba and one through El Alto and La Paz. EDU is a fabulous leader who attends to every detail and gives the hiker both a great hike and deep cultural experience. He is informal and care taking and clearly has strong
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