Featured on many international travel and adventure TV programs and in many well known travel magazines and news articles, Death Road Bolivia has become the adventure draw card and a must do while you are here. A spectacular day out that suits all rider abilities.
Bolivia's Amazon Jungle
Most people automatically think Brazil, but most unique parts of the Amazon have access from Bolivia with Jungle and Pampas tours, both based out of Rurrenabaque and Madidi National Park. Cruise down the rivers in a dug-out canoe, with literally hundreds of alligators, crocodiles, turtles, monkeys, pink dolphins, capybaras, and an abundant species of birds all around. Envision piranha fishing, swimming with the dolphins, hiking around the jungle in search of the largest snake in the world, the anaconda.
Salt Flats Uyuni
Salar de Uyuni, amid the Andes are the world’s largest and highest salt flat. It’s the legacy of a prehistoric lake that went dry, leaving behind a barren bright white landscape of salt, rock formations and cacti-studded islands. Though wildlife is rare in this unique ecosystem, it does harbour many pink flamingos and a unique range of other wildlife. This is a photographers wonderland!
Chacaltaya and Moon Valley
Chacaltaya Mountain is located 45 km from the La Paz city, with a height of 5,300 m and located in the Andes Mountains, the views are extraordinary, you can see the snowy mountains of: Huayna Potosi, Illimani and Mururata also part of Lake Titicaca.
The most important archaeological site in the country, due to its size and magnificence. Tiwanaku, formerly called Taypi Kala in Aymara language, means: Central Stone.
This pictures village on the shore of Lake Titicaca. The boasts a 16th-century shrine, the Basilica of Our Lady of Copacabana, the patron saint of Bolivia. Known for its trout, Copacabana is the port for ferry services to Sun Island.
"Island of the Sun" is the largest island on Lake Titicaca,. An ancient holy site of the Incas. Many amazing short hikes to ruins and beautiful views. A must do is a walk to the northern tip and watch the sunset.
Life on the island is tranquil, there is no noise, no motorized traffic and no rubbish. Locals live as they have for generations, this is a step back in time.
Altitude Advantage it’s a major PLUS, it’s a Card that gives you discounts, special access, free entrance and various perks in the best Restaurants, Bars, Cafés, Clubs, Art Galleries, Movie theaters, Multiple Services, Hostels, Special Events and a lot more in the Marvelous City of La Paz.
The "World's Most Dangerous Road" or "Death Road Bolivia is easily the most popular mountain bike trail in the world and certainly the most photographed.
Death Road Bolivia has featured on many international TV programmers and many well-known travel magazines and news articles. Death Road is the adventure draw card and a MUST do when visiting Bolivia.
The ride starts at close to 4700 meters at the top of the Andes where you descend 3600 metres to the depths of the jungles. A 62 km bike ride that will take you past some of the most breath-taking landscapes and jaw-dropping views with many "OMG" moments.
Our local mountain bike guides will take you on a memorable Bolivian experience.
If you are looking for a more challenging ride, La Paz is an undiscovered mountain bike Mecca. Altitude Adventures will always fashion you a ride to suit your Mountain Biking abilities. Rookie to Super Pro we can give you a run you will love.
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No visit to Bolivia is complete until you have seen the harsh beauty on Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni, Salt Flats. One of the most unique places on this amazing planet and one that will you leave spellbound with its incredible magic.
Salar de Uyuni will deliver one of the most mind blowing experiences you could imagine. It is one of the harshest environments, it is cold, dry, windy and remote. When travelling through this landscape it is best to go with a reputable operator. We have sourced the best of what is available, we pay a bit more so you can have an amazing experience.
The Salt Flats is certainly a must do while you are here in Bolivia. You can book this NOW.