With its glittering blue lagoons, hot springs, and towering volcanoes, Sajama National Park, in the Oruro department of Bolivia, is a sight to be seen. Its amazing flora and fauna, as well as its vibrant local indigenous communities, make this location unique and awe-inspiring. Furthermore, this breathtaking spot is home to the highest peak in Bolivia, the Nevado Sajama volcano, which is technically not complex to climb, although the arid, cold weather and altitide make it an interesting challenge for well-trained mountaineers. Find a guide to help you arrange logistics and enjoy an unforgettable mountain climbing adventure in the Sajama National Park!
The climate in Sajama National Park is semi-arid and cold. Average daytime temperatures are 10 °C, although they can go below 30°C in winter, and below freezing at night, year round. Rainy season is during the summer, from December to March.
Spanish and indigenous languages.
You can drive to Sajama National Park from La Paz or Oruro, otherwise, you will need to take a bus to the town of Patacamaya, and a minibus from there.
Although it is cold, the best months to visit Sajama National Park are between April and November which is the dry season.
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