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Stunning high altitude hike in the remote Apolobamba mountain range.
Walk secluded trails in areas untouched by tourism.
Snow-capped peaks, glacier fed mountain lakes and wonderful vistas.
Demanding trek perfect for adventurous hikers.
You have a great team down there in La Paz. Very organised and well equipped. I really enjoyed it. The scenery is phenomenal!!
L. Macintosh, Bolivia trekking
Drive from La Paz along the shores of Lake Titicaca to Pelechuco (L,D)
Cross the Keani pass (4,700m), descend to Ilo Ilo at 3,800m camp (B,L,D)
Trek highest pass at 5,100m, trek to Sunchilli valley, camp (B,L,D)
Trek over a pass, descend to camp (4,200m) (B,L,D)
Climb to pass and trek to base of Akamani, 5,880m, camp (B,L,D)
Trek to Curva 3,600m, camp (B,L,D)
Return to La Paz (B)
English-speaking trek guide, kit transport, cook and dining tent, all group camping equipment, and private transport to and from the trek from Quito, meals and water from lunch day 1 to lunch day 7, mules and porters for communal kit
International flights (we can look for prices for you), travel insurance, sleeping bag, items of a personal nature, sleeping bag, tips, La Paz hotels
Prices From $1,995 / £1,596 per person
Approximate price, two people
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Duration: 4 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Prices From $1,630 / £1,304 per person
Duration: 6 days
Prices From $3,880 / £3,104 per person
Duration: 14 days
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You have a great team down there in La Paz. Very organized and well equipped. I really enjoyed it. The scenery is phenomenal!!! Maria is a great cook and never failed to surprise me with the freshness and quality of her meals. Osvaldo was very competent and it was great that he spoke perfect English so dinner conversation was not lacking.
I hope I can do another trip with your company. Thanks for everything.
L. Macintosh, UK, 2014
» Condoriri Trek & Huayna Potosi Climb
The Condoriri walk was breathtaking … and on some of those passes, boy, were we taking breaths! Our guide and our cook were terrific friendly and professional people. We also stumbled across one of your team, Osvaldo, at one of the camp sites. Really nice bloke with impressive attitude to his business.
The salt flats were also fantastic … a lot of driving, but that’s the deal. Extraordinary country, surreal landscapes. And the accommodation! not really what one would call roughing it. The driver was great … calm and measured, and an ironic sense of humour that matched my own
J Miles, USA, 2016
» Bolivia Uyuni Salt Flats 4WD Tour
@ecocamp_travel Wow wish we were there!
2nd September, 2020 10:07 am
How do I successfully achieve high altitude acclimatisation? This is the question that anyone travelling to the high altitude Andean areas of Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina or Colombia should be asking themselves. Successful acclimatisation will make a huge difference to your visit. It will mean you have a much safer and more enjoyable experience, whether trekking or climbing high Andean peaks. Over the past 25 years I have been up many 5,000 m plus peaks and trekked many fabulous routes in the Andes. I have suffered altitude headaches, lethargy, loss of appetite and certainly lack of breath when trying …
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