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Module: Culture

Duration: 3 days

Period: All year round

Private service

The town of Samaipata ("altitude rest" in Quechua) is located 120 km west of Santa Cruz, in a sub-Andean environment (1650 m alt.).

The Inca archaeological site known as "El Fuerte" was the most advanced outpost of the Inca Empire and marked its borders in the lowlands until its fall.

It represented the administrative centre of the empire, responsible for ensuring compliance with the Inca's orders in the region. Its main function, however, was to contain the frequent attempts of incursion by the Guarani Indians.

This impregnable bastion offers us, among other things, curiosities such as the largest carved stone in the world.

Amboró Park

This 637,000 hectare nature reserve is located in an area that ranges from 280 to 3,200 metres above sea level. Its plains are filled with abundant flora and a very varied fauna. It has, among others, 820 classified species of birds and also has mammals such as the Andean bear, the jaguar, the puma and various species of monkeys, many of them unique in the world.


The small town of Bermejo, 45 km from Samaipata, is the gateway to the Serranía, where volcanoes and volcanic lagoons await us. Magnificent sub-Andean landscapes.

Caves waterfalls

20 km from Samaipata, in the middle of landscapes similar to those in the film “The Mission”, you will find the Cascadas de Cuevas, one of the best-known attractions in the region. A natural beauty that is well worth the detour.


We leave the hotel at 8:00 am in a private vehicle to the Inca fortress of Samaipata (2 hours). A wonderful place in a region between the Amazon and the Andes where the remains of the Inca fortress are located, the furthest from the emporium, built to control the invasions of the Guaranis. Excursion to the site.

Free lunch and dinner. Hotel.


Departure at 8:30 to Sillar (viewpoint). Panoramic view over Amboro Park. Excursion to the volcanoes. Transfer in a private vehicle to Bermejo, area of ​​lagoons and volcanoes. Short hike before reaching the Cuevas waterfalls. Swimming in a dream landscape...

Return to Samaipata at the end of the day.

Lunch included. Dinner at leisure. Hotel.


At 8:30, departure to the forests of Amboró Park where we will discover some species of giant trees unique in the world as well as multiple varieties of wild orchids. Hiking excursion before returning to Samaipata and then to Santa Cruz.

Cold lunch at noon. Hotel


- Specialized guide.

- Food, meals mentioned.

- Transport.

- 2/3 star hotels with breakfast.

- Entrance fees to parks and cultural sites.


- Individual Team.

- Mandatory individual insurance.

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

- Drinks, tips.

NOTE: The hotels mentioned are indicated subject to availability at the time of booking the tour.

In case of unavailability, hotels of the same category will be proposed. Please note that, for identical categories, the quality of hotels in Bolivia is often lower 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 upon arrival).