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 Apolobamba. Lugo take the route south of the mountains, with beautiful views, to the village of Charazani for lunch. Continuing the journey to Curve (3700 Ms), small and charming town, built in stone with thatched roof brava (8 hours). Camp around the lagoon.
Start of climb between ravines and Andean crops. amazing show with background view to imposing hill Akamani, sacred mountain of the Kalawayas. To the sides, a succession of splendid snowy hills. The road to Jatupampa continue straight through a deep valley. Camp (3/4 hours).
Based on Jatunpampa on a path that will take us to the foot of the glacier. After enjoying lunch, we are ready to go down to the Inca ruins of Kanchi. Camp near the waterfalls (4200 meters - 5 hours).
Starting from the waterfalls. Take road begins a gentle but constant ascent. The road runs along an icy water that goes down to the valley Sunchilli. Columbian famous and richest mines even in colonial times. The campsite is 4500 meters.
Starting from mines Sunchulli to the apacheta (5100 Ms). The entire branch of the Apolobamba mountain range seen from this point. The way down is interesting by endless streams flowing down from the mountains dragging in its waters the thaw of the mountains. Camp near the village of Hillo - Hillo.
The last day of descent into Pelechuco is fairly light. The rarefied air of the high dissipates by the presence of a humid valley with wild flowers along the way. Here the pre-Columbian road makes its appearance resembling a large alley that leads to the village of Pelechuco, the Aymara Punu Kucho (where sleeps the fog). Night accommodation.
Starting from Pelechuco vehicle crossing altiplanicas regions of Ulla Ulla and Apolobamba. wilds, little traffic because its snow is a rare splendor. (9/10 hours). Hotel in La Paz (Dinner not included).
- 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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