La Paz Tour Packages
Known to be the world’s highest national capital with its elevation of over 3,660 metres above sea level, La Paz is the highest metropolis in the world, and is the administrative capital of Bolivia. Engulfed amidst the Altiplano Mountains, La Paz is a land of surprises brimming with excellent dining, shopping, events, and an array of fascinating attractions. Originally known as Nuestra Señora de La Paz (Our Lady of Peace), La Paz was designed in the year 1549. Whether you are travelling with family, friends, or dear ones, a La Paz holiday indeed has plenty to offer. A La Paz tour is especially bound to be a treat for history lovers, owing to the numerous museums, monuments, buildings, squares, cathedrals and other fascinating architecture from the colonial times. Since La Paz is located at a dizzying altitude, the climate is mostly cold throughout the year. However, June and July are the driest months, and therefore, the best times for a La Paz tour.
If you are in the process of planning your next fun-filled, thrilling holiday to La Paz and looking for some spectacular sights and adventurous tour options, then take a good glance at the excellent La Paz holiday packages offered by HolidayMe. Choose our An Experience to Cherish in La Paz holiday package, which gives you a chance to interact with seals, sharks and dolphins in water world. Enjoy a private to the UNESCO World-heritage listed archaeological ruins of Tiwanaku, located along the shores of Lake Titicaca. Explore temples and pyramids, and get to know fascinating information about the Tiwanaku civilization. Also revel in a full-day tour while you explore Lake Titicaca, Sun Island, and Copacabana. Thrill seekers can take a mountain bike tour and take a ride on the world’s most dangerous road. Enjoy a private tour of the renowned Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flats in the world, and also visit other major attractions of the city such as Death Road, Iglesia de San Francisco, and Museum of Musical Instruments on your memorable La Paz holiday. Food and drink enthusiasts can enjoy tours like the La Paz Pub Crawl which takes you to four pubs, and the La Paz Culinary Tour which lets you sample mouth-watering delicacies and gastronomic treats.
There’s plenty more one can see and do in La Paz. Take a cable car ride and soak in bird’s eye views of the city. Hiking enthusiasts can take the El Choro Trek, which weaves through La Cumbre Mountains to the Chairo jungle. Learn more about Bolivian history by visiting the La Paz National Folklore Museum. Experience sheer chills as you dare to ride on the frighteningly famous Death Road. Visit Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley) and marvel at the naturally sculpted clay pillars and the crater-like formations along the canyon of the Choqueyapu River. Soak in the history and culture of La Paz by visiting signature landmarks such as the pre-Incan ruins of Tiwanaku, La Paz Cathedral, Calle Jean Museum, Museo National de Art, and Plaza Murillo amongst others.