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Peru and Bolivia (Cuzco - Puno - La Paz - Santa Cruz de la Sierra - Sucre - Potosi - Uyuni)

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This 13 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 3 nights in Cuzco
  • Private Machu Picchu on Vistadome Train - Full Day
  • Transfer from Cuzco to Puno
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Puno
  • Transfer from Cuzco to Puno
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Puno
  • Transfer from Puno to La Paz
  • Hotel for 2 nights in La Paz
  • Flight from La Paz to Santa Cruz de la Sierra
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Santa Cruz de la Sierra
  • Flight from Santa Cruz de la Sierra to Sucre
  • Hotel for 1 night in Sucre
  • Transfer from Sucre to Potosi
  • Hotel for 1 night in Potosi
  • Tranfer from Potosi to Uyuni
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Uyuni
  • Transfer from Uyuni Hotel to Sucre Airport

Explore the wonders of Peru and Bolivia!. Start in Cuzco (former capital city of the Incas and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The ruins of the old Inca city became the foundation for the Spanish architecture you see today, and many of the stone walls that line the streets were built by the Incas), with a day tour to Machu Picchu. After that, take a transfer to Puno and La Paz (the highest capital city in the world and its cable car system, which is the world's longest and highest, offers stunning views of the city. The city is an important cultural center of Latin America, as it hosts several landmarks belonging to the colonial time). To continue fly to Santa Cruz de la Sierra (is the largest city in Bolivia, considered the most economically prosperous city in the country; known for its exciting nightlife, and as a base to a wide range of exciting tourist attractions) and Sucre. Last but not least take transfers to Potosi and Uyuni (It's one of the famous places in South America for being the largest salt flat). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Cuzco

  • Lake Titicaca - Puno

  • La Paz

  • Santa Cruz de la Sierra

  • Sucre

  • Potosi

  • Uyuni

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Trip Summary

  • Cuzco

    Cuzco was the epicenter of Inca civilization until the arrival of the Spaniards in 1533. Fortunately, many stunning Incan structures have survived and helped to make Cuzco the archaeological capital of the Americas, and Peru`s most popular destination. Gateway to the Sacred Valley, and the lost city of Machu Picchu, Cuzco has a seemingly endless array of historic attractions, both Inca and colonial.
    Visit the Cuzco main square, Cathedral, Sol Avenue, Koricancha Temple, Kenko, Don Antonia dinner show, and much more!

  • Lake Titicaca - Puno

    Puno is believed to be the first hub of the indigenous migration in Peru and the birthplace of the Aymara people that existed in southern Peru before the Incas. The area is rich in archaeological sites, most notably the pre-Incan tombs of Sillustani. The main attraction here is the stunningly beautiful Lake Titicaca, and its fabled islands including the floating islands of the Uru people created entirely of dried totora reeds. Each island is unique in culture and customs, and many can be visited during day trips that can be scheduled in the booking process. Explore the Puno City, Uros Islands, Sillustani Tombs, Amantani Island, Taquile Island, and much more!

  • La Paz

    La Paz is becoming a must-visit destination on the South American gringo trail, partly due to its convenient location between many of Bolivia's and Peru's greatest sites. But this bustling metropolis at a breathtaking 11,600 feet above sea level has plenty of worthwhile attractions of its own. Warm clothes are a must, almost any time of year, and do take time to get used to the high altitude before doing serious touring. La Paz isn't on every traveler's radar, but it should be. It's an amazing city, set among the Andes Mountains and is the highest capital in the world.

    Explore the Valle de la Luna, Basilica of Saint Francis, Ethnography Museum, Museo de la Coca, Museo Nacional de Arte, Valle de las Animas, Catedral Metropolitana Basilica Nuestra Senora and much more.

  • Santa Cruz de la Sierra

    There are a ton of fun things to do in Santa Cruz de la Sierra since it is a totally different world. First of all, its located in tropical East Bolivia, only 400 m above sea level. The mountain scenery and high altitude changed to humid weather, modern vibes and less poverty. People would say not authentic Bolivia. However, we liked this other type of Bolivia with its exceptional flora and fauna as well as a variety of landscapes from snowy mountains to the curvy Amazonas and neverending green forests.Viru Viru International Airport in Santa Cruz is Bolivias largest international airport. You can fly there from Bolivia and other South American countries, as well as North America and Europe. The airport is located approximately 10 miles from the city center.

    Visit the Catedral Metropolitana Basilica Menor de San Lorenzo de Santa Cruz, Lomas de Arena Regional Park, Parque El Arenal, Santa Cruz de la Sierra Botanical Garden and much more.

  • Sucre

    Sucre, set in the southern highlands of Bolivia, is the first and current constitutional capital of Bolivia. The whitewashed Casa de la Libertad, where Bolivia`s Declaration of Independence was signed, houses galleries related to the city's past as the national capital and on Plaza 25 de Mayo, you will encounter the Metropolitan Cathedral, and the Museo Universitario Charcas USFXCH, featuring religious artifacts and contemporary art. Its many well-preserved 16th-century religious buildings, such as San Lazaro, illustrate the blending of local architectural traditions with styles imported from Europe. As of December 13, 1991, UNESCO declares Sucre a Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Visit the Museo Universitario Charcas, Metropolitan Cathedral, Plaza 25 de Mayo, Bolivar Park, Casa de la Libertad, Glorieta Castle, Parque Cretacico de Cal Orck`o, Monasterio de La Recoleta, and so much more!

  • Potosi

    The beautiful Potosi is one of the highest cities in the world at 4,090 meters above the sea level. For centuries, it was the location of the Spanish colonial mint. Potosi lies at the foot of the Cerro de Potosi, sometimes referred to as the Cerro Rico, a gorgeous mountain popularly conceived of as being made of silver ore that dominates the city. Moreover, it also offers fantastic lunar landscapes, mostly incredible alpine regions, one of the highest lake on earth and a fascinating yet unique indigenous culture that amaze every single visitor. The Salar of Uyuni also holds a world record, with an area of 4650 square miles, it is the largest salt lake in the whole world. In addition to this, the Tiwanaku Ruin Site is one of the most important pre-Columbian sites in the entire south america, usually referred as the Bolivian Machu Picchu.

    Visit the National Mint of Bolivia, Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace, Templo y Convento de Santa Teresa, Church of Saint Lawrence of Carangas, Cathedral of Saint Francis and much more.

  • Uyuni

    Uyuni lies on the cold, windswept Altiplano, a high intermontane plateau, at 12,024 feet (3,665 metres) above sea level, just east of the vast Uyuni Salt Flat. The Salar de Uyuni is one of the main tourist destinations in Bolivia as it is visited by approximately 60,000 tourists each year. The best time to visit the Salar de Uyuni is November, the breeding month for the three species of elegant flamingos that live near the many lagoons in the area. The salt flat reflects the clouds, when it is slightly covered with water. Especially between the months of January and March, in the rainy season. Visit the Train Cemetery, Plaza Principal Aniceto Arce, Senda Andina, Salt Flats, Museo de Trenes, and so much more!

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