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3-week trekking tour in Bolivia

Discover the treasures of the Altiplano on this 3-week trekking tour in Bolivia led by Hervé, and IFMGA certified mountain guide.

Mountain RangeAndes
Duration21 days
Offer periodJan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripNot specified


This trekking tour in Bolivia starts in Sucre, a beautiful old city and the historical capital of the country. We’ll also visit some of the most important cities, such as La Paz, the capital city of Bolivia, and Potosí.

During this private trek, participants we’ll have the opportunity to see the largest salt flat in the world, Salar de Uyuni. This salt flat is located near the Andean mountains in the southwest area of Bolivia and it has an altitude of 3,656 meters.

Some of the highlights of this trip will be the Lake Titicaca and Isla del Sol. With 3,812 meters above sea level, Lake Titicaca is the biggest lake in South America. It is located in the border area between Bolivia and Peru. Isla del Sol is a beautiful island situated in the southern area of the Lake.

In addition, participants will have the chance to ascent one of the many volcanoes surrounding Salar de Uyuni and to cycle across the road to Los Yungas.

For a more detailed itinerary, take a look at the bottom of the page.

Consider that the itinerary can be arranged according to the participant’s interests.

If you want to join this trip, take into account that it is very important to have prior mountaineering experience and a good physical condition.

So if you want to see some of the most important natural and cultural places in the Altiplano, all you have to do is send your request to this trekking tour in Bolivia.

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Day 1 to 2: Arrival

Arrival to Sucre. Accommodation in a hotel.

Day 3 to 5: Potosí

We’ll cross the Altiplano from north to south and see the most incredible landscapes. We’ll visit Potosí and finally reach Uyuni. Nights in a hotel.

Day 6 to 12: South Lipez

In the area of South Lipez, we’ll visit Salar de Uyuni. We’ll ascend one of the surrounding volcanoes and see the Laguna Colorada and the Laguna Verde. Nights in the refuge.

Day 13 to 14: La Paz

We’ll have the pleasure to visit the capital of Bolivia, La Paz.

Day 15: Los Yungas

We’ll cycle across the road to Los Yungas and enjoy sights of the Amazon rainforest.

Day 16: Lake Titicaca

We’ll transfer you to Copacabana, at the foot of the Lake Titicaca. Then we’ll go to Isla del Sol by boat. Accommodation in a hotel.

Day 17 to 18: Isla del Sol

Trekkings in Isla del Sol. We’ll transfer you to Copacabana and spend the night in a hotel.

Day 19: La Paz

We’ll return to La Paz and have lunch. Accommodation in a hotel.

Day 20 to 21: Departure

Flight back to your homes.

About the guide

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IFMGA/UIAGM mountain guide
I come from Marseille and I found my passion for mountaineering very early, climbing Les Calanques, some mountains in the Verdon region and in the Alps. I got my IFMGA (mountain guide) certificate in 1983 and my ski instructor license in 1985.
I brought my clients on many summits of the Alps and went abroad to discover the world. I went skiing, climbing, mountaineering… in Morocco, Norway, Algeria (Hoggar), Yosemite (El Capitan) and Nepal. I discovered this passion for travelling and started to organize my first trips with my clients. In the late 80’, I went to the Annapurna Sanctuary and I did several ascents in Peru (Pisco, Yanapatcha and Huascaran). In the 90’, I did several trips in Nepal (Helambu, Langtang…).
I then kept on and further explored the world with my clients: Rolwaling traverse (Perchamo, Mera Peak Mingbo La), the summits of Yala Peak and the Yana Kanga, Patagonia (in Argentina), Manaslu tour in Nepal, Meso Kanto La, Mustang, Atacama desert in chili and many others.
I like bringing my clients mountaineering in summer and ski touring / heliskiing in winter.
Get in touch with me and let's discuss about your next guiding tour !

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