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Module: Trek / Cordillera Real / Yngas

Duration: 3 days

Period: March to November

Private service

The Takesi Inca Trail is a beautiful three-day journey during which we will see the most diverse landscapes. First, the ascent to a pass located at 4,650 meters above sea level and then the descent for two days to the hot valleys of the Yungas. The path is the same one that the Incas used. Along the charming trails, we will discover numerous pre-Columbian ruins. Archaeological wealth and vegetal exuberance. The feeling of being a participant in a privileged experience is inevitable. The Takesi is the ideal path to undertake a slow and progressive discovery of both the history and the ecological wealth that exists in Bolivia. In a short time we pass from the whiteness of the eternal snows to the kingdom where lush vegetation awaits us bathed by waterfalls and protected by the comforting sun of the Bolivian Yungas.


Departure from La Paz at 8 in a private 4x4 to the San Francisco mine along a route full of magnificent views (2 hours away). Meeting with our team of mule drivers. The trek begins with the ascent of Takesi (4650 m Alt.). From this pass, a magnificent descent begins towards the valleys of the Yungas (5 hours of walking in total).

Cold food at midday. All inclusive. Camping.


The descent continues. Pre-Columbian ruins and remote villages in the mountains give way to giant ferns, orchids and diverse vegetation that is definitely tropical. (5/6 hour walk)

Cold food at midday. All inclusive. Camping.


The route becomes flatter. We cross numerous water sources and the hamlets become more numerous and so after passing through the Chojlla mine we finally arrive at the town of Yanacachi where we take the local bus that will take us to La Paz (3/4 hour walk).

Cold lunch at midday. Dinner at leisure. Hotel.

Limit the weight of luggage to 15 kg per person.


- Trekking guide.

- Chef.

- Food, meals mentioned.

- Transport.

- 2/3 star hotels with breakfast. Locals' houses or shelters.

- Camping equipment for the trek (tents, mats, etc.)

- Luggage hauling, porters (mules, llamas).


- Individual equipment. (except mats that can be provided)

- Mandatory individual insurance.

- Meals (free, 4 to 7 $us per person / meal)

- Drinks, tips.

NOTE: The hotels mentioned are indicated under availability at the time of booking the circuit.

In case of unavailability, hotels of the same category will be proposed. Attention, despite the same category, the quality of hotels in Bolivia is frequently less than that found in Europe or other countries.

IMPORTANT: As a security measure, each traveler will carry photocopies of their passport and individual insurance (to be delivered to us in La Paz when they arrive).