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Proyecto Ruta de los Dioses


Sajama is an inactive Volcano at the center of a Ntional Parkpark. Sajama is one of the highest snowpeaks on the Andean mountain range at 6,542 meters above sea level, sorrounded by Geysers, Hot Springs and rare Keñua trees.

Uyuni Salt Flats:

In the South Eastern part of Bolivia lies the greatest Salt Flat in the World, with an area of 10.582 Km2. Like a great sea caressed by the southern winds, the infinite whiteness of the salt flat merges with the dark blue sky found only in the high altitudes to produce wondrous mirages that may elicit transcendental revelations for some, or merely joyous and playful sensations for others.
Uyuni is regarded as the best star gazing destination in South - America.

Titicaca Lake:

Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world at 3,810 meters (14,000ft) above sea level, and the largest in South America with 8.300 Km2 . It is known as the Sacred Lake of the Inkas, for it is told that the two first Inkas, Manco Kapac and Mama Ojllo descended on a golden disc onto the lake, and therefrom started to look for the place to found the empire, which was in Cuzco. The Island of the Sun is therefore one of the most important pilgrimage places in South America.


Swim with pink river dolphins in this area of Savannah (pampa), a very flat landscape divided by meandering rivers and characterized generally by low and open vegetation, ideal for animal observation: capybaras, monkeys, anacondas - the largest land snake, caiman and rheas. as well as a variety of birdlife from hawks, ibises, screamers, herons, toucans, macaws and others.

El Choro:

One of the most beautiful and better preserved Inca roads, it used to connect the andean plateau with the semitropical valleys, and used to exchange produce such as coca and fruits from the low lands and potatoes and quinoa and other grais from the highlands. The highest point along this trail is in Chucura at 4.800 m.s.n.m. and the lowest point on the trail is in Chairo Village.


Also well know, this route traverses mountain passes neighbouring beautiful snow peak Mururata, with views also of Mt. Illimani. On the top of the trail lies a beautiful glaciar lake, from there on it's steep descending into the ever more lush valleys below with parrots and jungle vegetation. The trailhead is at 3.200 m.s.n.m. and the mountain pass is at 4.640 m.s.n.m., ending up eventually at 2.200 m.s.n.m.


Cordillera de Apolobamba (Curva-Pelechuco)This trek is unique because it traverses kallawaya territory. Kallawayas are very renowned herbal and ritual medicine men, who still mantain a unique ritual language. One of their main places of pilgrimage, and source of much of their curative strength and knowledge come from their sacred mountain Akamani, which we pass along this trek, and whose impressive beauty and magnificent presence imbues us with strength and insight.


Act. ML/2010