Two incredible circuit treks in the heart of remote Bolivian Andes.
Views of soaring snow-capped mountains to accompany you.
Visit the shamans of the Andes, the Kallawaya Indians, in their village of Curva.
One of South America's top high altitude treks.
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 south-eastern shores of Lake Titicaca and then inland towards Pelechuco (L,D)
Trek Apolobamba mountain range, camping on trek, return to Pelechuco, hostel (7 x B,L,D)
Return to La Paz or continue on to next trek (B)
Start trek, cross Keani pass 4,800m, camp at Piedra Grande (B,L,D)
Trek to highest pass at 5,100 m, trek to Sunchilli valley, camp (B,L,D)
Climb to pass, trek to Akamani base at 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, meals and water from lunch day 1 to lunch day 14, park entry fees.
International flights (we can look for prices for you), travel insurance, sleeping bag, items of a personal nature, sleeping bag, tips.
Prices From $3,880 / £3,233 per person
Guidline price only, two people
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Prices From $1,995 / £1,662 per person
Duration: 7 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Duration: 4 days
Prices From $2,450 / £2,042 per person
Dates: From March 2019 to November 2019
Duration: 15 days
Prices From $4,000 / £3,333 per person
Duration: 17 days
Prices From $950 / £792 per person
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Our trip was fantastic, the highlight was a tie between Machu Picchu and the salt flats. Both of those places were unreal. The accommodations were great, the food was great, and the overall organization was awesome. We were so happy with the way everything worked out, and so grateful to you for making our ambitious agenda a reality! Our salt flat guide and driver were amazing, and we really enjoyed spending time with them.
Thank you so much for helping us plan everything. You were so delightful to work with, and we were so impressed that you were able to get this adventure together so quickly for us! We will be recommending Andean Trails to our friends/family, and hope to travel with you guys again in the future.
L Smith, Tailor made Peru and Bolivia, USA, 2017
» Bolivia Uyuni Salt Flats 4WD Tour
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
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