Peru & Bolivia Highlights


Lima, Cusco, Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo, Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu, Juliaca, Puno, La Paz, Salar de Uyuni, Colchani

Investigate two striking Latin American capitals: ocean side Lima and out of this world La Paz.

Follow the historical backdrop of the Incas through pilgrim Cusco, Machu Picchu, and Lake Titicaca.

Remain in the midst of an expanse of salt in Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni and see Coquesa’s well-known mummies.

Find out about Peruvian culture and food through preparing classes, gallery visits, and visits to native networks.

Stay at a handpicked choice of premium facilities.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Discovery, Family, Guided Tours
  • Activity Level Fairly Easy
  • Group Size Medium Group
All about the Peru & Bolivia Highlights.

A travel experience like no other

This example agenda was made by specialists and is intended to rouse your next trip. It is fit to be tweaked to suit your inclinations, tastes, and financial plan so you can associate with neighborhood societies and experience real travel on your own terms, and leaving at whatever point you pick.

  • DAY 1

LIMA Get Settled

  • Airport with Meet & Greet – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative (Night)
  • Peru Welcome Package.


  • DAY 2

LIMA A Journey Back in Time

  • Casa Aliaga & Colonial Lima (with Cocktail, 4 hrs) – Vehicle/Driver/Guide.


  • DAY 3


  • Airport Assistance (Departure) – Local Representative
  • Air – Lima – Cusco [Direct, 1.5 hrs] – Economy
  • Transfer – Private – Cusco – Sacred Valley [via Awana Kancha] – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Afternoon Acclimatization.


  • DAY 4

SACRED VALLEY Cultural Immersion

  • Huilloc Community Kusi Runa & Ollantaytambo Tour (with Lunch, 7 hrs) – Private
  • Entrance Fees – Included.


  • DAY 5


  • Transfer – Private – Sacred Valley – Ollantaytambo [Hotel to Train Station] – Vehicle/Local Representative/Driver
  • Note: Special luggage instructions
  • Train – Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes [Vistadome (2 hrs) ] – Train Ticket
  • Transfer – Shared – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu [Bus up to Machu Picchu (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Machu Picchu Tour (with Lunch, 4 hrs) – Private Tour
  • Transfer – Shared – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes [Bus down to Aguas Calientes (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 6


  • Transfer – Shared – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu [Bus up to Machu Picchu (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Montana Machu Picchu Hike (5 hrs) – Private Tour
  • Transfer – Shared – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes [Bus down to Aguas Calientes (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Train – Aguas Calientes – Cusco [Vistadome (4 hrs)] – Train Ticket
  • Train Station – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative.


  • DAY 7

CUSCO Creative Cuisine

  • 1/2 Day Culinary Experience at Rooftop Kitchen (with Lunch, 3 hrs) – Vehicle/Driver-Guide.


  • DAY 8

CUSCO TO JULIACA TO PUNO The Journey Continues…

  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative
  • Air – Cusco – Juliaca [1 hr – Separate Purchase] –
  • Transfer – Private – Juliaca – Puno [via Sillustani (with Box Lunch) (3hrs)] – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 9

PUNO Island Time

  • Uros & Taquile Islands by Speedboat (with Lunch, 8 hrs) – Private
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 10

PUNO TO LA PAZ Lose Yourself in Nature

  • Transfer – Private – Puno – La Paz [Crossing Lake Titicaca (with Lunch, 8 hrs)] – Vehicle/Driver/Guide/Cruise.


  • DAY 11

LA PAZ Take to the Trails

  • 1/2 Day City Tour & Moon Valley (4-5 hrs) – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Tasting Menu at Gustu Restaurant – Vehicle/Driver/Guide.


  • DAY 12

LA PAZ Audacious Architecture

  • Tiwanaku Ruins Tour (with Lunch, 5-6 hrs) – Vehicle/Guide/Driver.


  • DAY 13


  • Airport (Day) – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Air – La Paz – Salar de Uyuni [Direct, 1 hr] – Flight
  • Transfer – Private – Salar de Uyuni – Colchani [Via the Salt Flats & Incahuasi Island (with Lunch, 6 hrs)] – Vehicle/Driver/Guide.


  • DAY 14

COLCHANI It’s All Ancient History

  • Northern Salt Flats & Coquesa Mummies (with Picnic Lunch, 6-8 hrs) – Vehicle/Driver/Guide.


  • DAY 15


  • Transfer – Private – Colchani – Salar de Uyuni [Airport, 30 mins] – Vehicle/Driver/Guide
  • Air – Salar de Uyuni – La Paz [Direct, 1 hr] – Flight
  • Airport (Day) – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • 1/2 Day Architectural Appreciation Tour (3-4 hrs) – Vehicle/Driver/Guide.


  • DAY 16

LA PAZ Bon Voyage

  • Airport (Day) – Vehicle/Guide/Driver.


The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • A completely altered agenda dependent on your inclinations and timetable
  • Every minute of every day in-objective help from our neighborhood office
  • All convenience stays, visits, and moves for planned exercises are covered, except if in any case recorded in the agenda
  • A private driver for visits and moves (in certain nations our nearby private aides likewise go about as your driver – your Destination Expert will examine with you if appropriate)
  • Nearby private aides or shared visits that take you through your agenda features and encounters, your last schedule will affirm the kind of visit
  • Hello at the air terminal or at your convenience from one of our agents – your master will affirm your meet and welcome area with you
  • Breakfast every morning at your lodging, in addition to any dinners showed in the agenda
  • One bag and one carry-on per individual for trip moves.
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Your worldwide airfare – kindly can let your master say whether you’d prefer to get estimating from our Air Team
  • Travel protection, which we offer and can be bought after you’ve booked your visit
  • Visas (except if noted)
  • Tips for administrations and encounters
  • Snacks, suppers, and beverages (heavy drinker and non-drunkard), except if determined in the schedule
  • Overabundance stuff charges, and where relevant, things excluded from your passage
  • Individual charges like clothing, calls, SIM cards, or room administration
  • Early registration or late registration from lodgings (except if in any case determined)
  • Extra touring, exercises, and encounters outside of your agenda
  • Discretionary improvements like room or flight overhauls, or nearby camera or video expenses
  • Visa charges, vaccination expenses, and neighborhood takeoff charges (when pertinent).
  1. Day 1 LIMA

    Get Settled

    Upon appearance to Lima, you will be invited outside of Customs by an English-talking partner holding a sign with your name on it. This agent will guide you to your anticipating vehicle and driver, and go with you to your lodging to help with registration.

    An invite bundle containing a city map, visit vouchers, and other helpful data will be hanging tight for you upon landing in your first inn.

  2. Day 2 LIMA

    A Journey Back in Time

    The most established Colonial chateau in Lima, Casa Aliaga has been claimed and lived in by a similar family, through 16 ages, since Francisco Pizarro allowed the land to Jerónimo de Aliaga in 1535.  Lonely Planet takes note of that in spite of the fact that ”it may not look like much from an external perspective (… ) the insides are stunning, with vintage goods and tile work” all through. Time Magazine went further, pronouncing it the top site to visit in their city control for Lima, due in huge to the great assortment of interesting relics and curios in plain view. Today, close by a private guide, visit Casa Aliaga, at that point embark to wonder about exceptionally old structures as the past is exposed in provincial Lima, beginning with a stop at the Government Palace and City Hall in Plaza Mayor. In a similar square, finished in 1774, is the San Francisco Convent. A noteworthy illustration of Spanish Baroque design, it stays as striking today as it was in the eighteenth century in spite of the numerous quakes that have shaken its establishment. Broad mausoleums under the religious circle have the remaining parts of an expected 25,000 people who were covered preceding the kickoff of Lima’s city burial ground; a visit to the matured burial chambers is one you will probably remember forever. To balance the visit, make a stop at Museo del Pisco to appreciate an invigorating Pisco Sour, prior to being gotten back to your inn.


    A Change of Scenery

    A nearby agent will meet you in the anteroom of the Wyndham Costa del Sol, control you to Jorge Chávez International Airport, and help with flight registration.

    Load onto a trip in Lima with direct assistance to Cusco. The inexact flight time is one hour and 15 minutes.

    Appreciate a private exchange to the Sacred Valley, halting en route to visit Awana Kancha. A well-known craftsman station and an amicable spot to encounter alpacas and Andean culture, the Awana Kancha material factory is an awesome spot to notice customarily dressed ladies turning bright examples before your eyes. Utilizing the fleece of alpacas, llamas, guanacos, and vicunas, the ladies make plans utilizing characteristic colors that have existed in the Andes since the hour of the Inca. Notwithstanding the materials, guests get the opportunity to hand-feed llamas or attendant child alpacas with milk from a container. Following your visit to Awana Kancha, you will be moved to your lodging in the Sacred Valley.

    The impacts of being at high elevations fluctuate from one individual to another. While a few voyagers will encounter no inconvenience, others may discover the cycle of acclimatization really testing. To guarantee an agreeable involvement with the coming days, set aside some effort to rest and permit your body to acclimate to the adjustment of climate.


    Social Immersion

    Treat yourself to a real taste of the Andes with a secretly guided excursion to the nearby Quechua people group of Huilloc. Here, a receiving family will set up a home-cooked, natural feast with neighborhood items reaped in conventional and maintainable manners, which you will help convey to those tending close-by fields. In a quick world, individuals of Huilloc offer neighborliness dependent on old, unwritten laws of the local area which specify that guests are to feel like respected visitors, attached in a longing to share the local area’s set of experiences and customs. Sure to be an excursion feature, find that the exceptionally old customs of the Inca are perfectly healthy while appreciating a local nibble close by an intriguing Quechua family prior to carrying on to the old stronghold, Ollantaytambo. The last Inca fortification to oppose Spanish conquistadors, the stronghold is a staggering illustration of Inca military design and is found on the edges of the namesake town in a space known as Temple Hill, regularly the beginning stage for bold climbers taking off on the last leg of the excursion to Machu Picchu.

    The required traveler ticket, vital for investigations in and around the Sacred Valley, is incorporated. This vacationer ticket is legitimate all through your visit around there.


    Cross a thing off the Bucket List

    In the organization of a private driver and nearby delegate, withdraw from the Sacred Valley in transit to Ollantaytambo Train Station, the penultimate stop on your excursion into the old capital of the Inca Empire.

    Set close to the base of the overwhelming Pinkuylluna Mountain, wander through the tired town of Ollantaytambo to show up at the halfway found train station where you will say goodbye to your neighborhood aide and board the notable Vistadome. Having gotten comfortable, the train will leave along a course that follows the Urubamba River, bearing the cost of striking perspectives on the emotional scene as you approach the valley beneath Machu Picchu. Following a two-hour venture, the Vistadome will maneuver into a train station on the lower regions underneath the antiquated fortification in the town of Aguas Calientes. Here, your neighborhood guide will invite you along with nearby inn doormen who will move your baggage to your convenience.

    If it’s not too much trouble, note, severe gear limitations apply on board the Vistadome: 1) Only one piece of hand baggage is allowed per visitor, gauging a limit of 11 lbs (5 kgs). 2) Hand gear can’t be bigger than 62 square inches. Things that surpass weight or estimation limitations won’t be allowed. Kindly address your Destination Expert for more data.

    Note on Luggage: This morning, the private guide and driver who go with you to the train station in the Sacred Valley will likewise ship your essential baggage back to Cusco for secure capacity. You will bring an individual short-term sack on board the train to Machu Picchu. Upon appearance to Aguas Calientes, you will land the train and meet your Machu Picchu control right away. This neighborhood guide will guarantee your overnight sack is sent to your inn in Aguas Calientes by means of lodging doormen. This will permit you to proceed straightforwardly to Machu Picchu. Upon appearance in Cusco, your essential gear will be hanging tight for you.

    Board a bus transport in Aguas Calientes and start the 30-minute drive to rise Machu Picchu Mountain on a bent street cut into the mountainside. Transports withdraw oftentimes, leaving Aguas Calientes roughly like clockwork.

    Saturated with a secret, the mountain bastion of Machu Picchu has amazed guests since its disclosure by American antiquarian and wayfarer Hiram Bingham in 1911. Accepted to have been developed at some point around 1450 CE and deserted a little more than a century later, it is one of the world’s most valued legacy locales, and all things considered; supplementing an intriguing history and fantastic engineering are remarkable perspectives on the encompassing mountain ranges and the wild Urubamba River nearly 2,000 feet underneath. With a private guide taking into account your own advantages and giving an instructive outline of the set of experiences and design of this old bastion, acquire a firsthand comprehension of – and cozy appreciation for – the masterpiece in Peruvian travel. Contingent upon the circumstance of your appearance, you will visit the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge, the lone inn found on Machu Picchu, to appreciate a relaxed lunch either previously or after your top to bottom visit.

    Board a bus transport at the passageway to Machu Picchu and make the 30-minute re-visitation of close by Aguas Calientes. Transport transports withdraw regularly, leaving Machu Picchu around like clockwork.


    Ribbon Up for Some Fresh Air

    Board a bus transport in Aguas Calientes and start the 30-minute drive to climb Machu Picchu Mountain on a curve street cut into the mountainside. Transports withdraw much of the time, leaving Aguas Calientes roughly at regular intervals.

    Pass by wonderful orchids and watch close-by skimming mists as you and your private nearby guide climb Machu Picchu Mountain. Including a 360-degree perspective on the acclaimed Inca city and the encompassing area, when you arrive at the highest point you will feel as though you are large and in charge and have the chance to take staggering pictures of Huayna Picchu and the Vilcanota Valley. A pleasant visit like not many others on Earth, you’re certain to recall your climb of Machu Picchu Mountain for quite a long time to come.

    Board a van transport at the passage to Machu Picchu and make the 30-minute re-visitation of close by Aguas Calientes. Transport transports withdraw much of the time, leaving Machu Picchu around like clockwork.

    After an interesting involvement with the core of the old Inca world, the time has come to withdraw for the Imperial City, Cusco. Board the Vistadome in Aguas Calientes and unwind as you set out on the picturesque, four-hour excursion to Poroy Train Station close to Cusco. The course tracks with the Urubamba River, ascending and dropping through sloping territory using, where important, a progression of curve trails. Consider buying a light tidbit or reward to make this stay through the wide-open considerably more pleasant. After a short time, you will show up at Poroy Station close to Cusco.

    Appreciate a private exchange between your inn and Poroy Train Station discovered right outside of Cusco close by an expert driver and an English-talking delegate.

  7. Day 7 CUSCO

    Imaginative Cuisine

    At Rooftop Kitchen, host to the most vivid culinary course in Cusco, get familiar with the stunts and procedures behind getting ready intriguing, heavenly, and sound dishes that include fixings, for example, red quinoa, yellow aji, and other privately developed fortes that are a particular piece of Peruvian food yet are handily found across the world. On this three-hour course, get ready two refined and simple-to-make dinners that offer rich Peruvian flavors and gain the aptitude to exhibit your recently obtained abilities back home. To cover off this profoundly intuitive culinary course, make the most of your manifestations while tasting on a scrumptious pisco acrid mixed drink prior to getting back to your inn.


    The Journey Continues…

    Appreciate a private exchange between your inn and Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport in Cusco close by an expert driver and an English-talking delegate.

    Load onto a departure from Cusco with direct help to Juliaca. The surmised flight time is 60 minutes. If it’s not too much trouble, note this flight is excluded from your agenda cost and should be bought independently.

    Private exchange with English-talking aide and vehicle, including a visit in transit to the great Sillustani burial places. Sillustani sits on a little ridge sitting above Lake Umayo. There are around 100 entombment towers, exhibiting complex designing difficulties, more than different Incas developments. The more notable individuals were covered in the pinnacles. Visit this special site on the way. A boxed lunch is incorporated.

  9. Day 9 PUNO

    Island Time

    Appreciate a private endeavor by boat to visit Uros and Taquile Islands close by an English-talking guide. A Quechua-talking populace built up an effective and exceptional social framework that keeps on being passed from one age to another in these parts. The islands are additionally acclaimed for being the origin of one of the world’s best hand weaving procedures. Subsequent to boarding a little boat and wandering out onto the waters of Lake Titicaca, visit one of the local Uros people group situated on a man-made gliding island in the lake. The existences of those living on the Uros Islands are altogether joined with the ”Totora” reed which fills richly in the shallows of the lake. This lifestyle started more than 500 years prior when the Uros fabricated the islands with an end goal to segregate themselves from the Coyas and the Incas. Then, travel to Taquile Island, a quiet island without any streets or power however a lot of slopes and archeological vestiges. Lunch at a neighborhood eatery on Taquile Island is incorporated. Following your visit through Taquile Island, you will be gotten back to your lodging.

  10. Day 10 PUNO TO LA PAZ

    Lose Yourself in Nature

    Toward the beginning of today, rise ahead of schedule to meet your private guide and driver, at that point move to the shores of Lake Titicaca close to Copacabana where you’ll join similar voyagers and take an interest in a concise visit of the town, at that point head to Copacabana Harbor to board a sailboat cruising to Sun Island, the origination of the Inca Empire. On this unbelievable island – involved since at any rate 2,200 BCE – you will visit the Inca Garden, Stairs, and Fountain prior to proceeding to visit the Inti Wata Cultural Complex which incorporates two underground exhibition halls displaying archeological fortunes and the aftereffects of anthropological examinations. Before long, visit the Titicaca Reed Shipbuilders Display Center, the Pachamama farming Inca porches, the Indica Lounge, and the Manco Capac where an assortment of Andean camelids live. At long last, appreciate an exceptional cruising experience onboard a conventional reed vessel for an all-encompassing visit to the Pilkokaina Inca Palace. A short time later, re-load up the sailboat and appreciate a smorgasbord lunch as the boat explores the Bolivian side of the lake, taking in perspectives on the Andean Mountains en route. The vessel will cross the Tiquina Strait to arrive at Chua Port where you will land the boat and subside into an anticipating vehicle that will secretly move to you and others to the capital city of Bolivia, La Paz.

  11. Day 11 LA PAZ

    Take to the Trails

    The celebrated Witches Market of La Paz, privately known as Mercado de Los Brujos, is host to a wide range of uncommon painstaking work and knickknacks – just as colors and oils that claim to aid the quest for riches or to help recognize unfaithfulness – and you’ll find this firsthand today close by your private guide. Afterward, visit the pilgrim Church of San Francisco, and dynamic Sagarnaga Street, another famous spot to discover very much made charms. You’ll additionally visit Murillo Square where the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Government Palace, and Parliament structures are found, finding out about the city’s political past en route, prior to showing up at the always mainstream Jaen Street, a pioneer neighborhood where various fascinating historical centers are bunched, including a reproduction of the semi-underground sanctuary of Tiwanaku culture. In the wake of visiting La Paz, the scene movements to the edges of the city, where a bewildering development has come to fruition throughout the long term. Known as the Moon Valley, this everything except the lunar locale is host to a mountain made mostly out of mud (rather than rock), which has disintegrated in a novel way, leaving a course of towers extending across the valley. In the wake of Making finishing the 30-minute drive to arrive at the valley, set out with your guide as they lead the path on a short climb to investigate the area at your own speed. At the point when everything looks good, visit a little ceramic workshop where you’ll find out about stoneware in Bolivia and furthermore get the opportunity to buy a remembrance in the event that you so decide. Following a day investigating La Paz and the Moon Valley, you will be gotten back to your inn.

    Gustu is seemingly the best café in Bolivia. Working solely with nearby Bolivian items, the food uses new fixings from the many differing districts inside the country; from dry and cold Andean scenes to the warm and rich Amazonian stream beds and wherever in the middle. This evening, get comfortable for a seven-course feast combined with drinks in Gustu’s cutting edge and welcoming lounge area. To guarantee a smooth evening, the full circle moves with a bilingual guide and private driver will likewise be masterminded.

  12. Day 12 LA PAZ

    Venturesome Architecture

    Strike out to visit the city of Tiwanaku, the capital of old progress by a similar name. Found around 45 miles outside the city of La Paz and close to the south-eastern shores of Lake Titicaca, Tiwanaku was before the biggest settlement in the Latin world and is viewed as the origination of every single American progress. This pre-Columbian ruin has started incalculable and apparently perpetual archeological discussions. The latest radiocarbon tests show that this enlightenment traces all the way back to 1580 B.C, however, others have challenged the outcomes. In this old and stunning city, visit the Kalasasaya Temple (Sun Temple) and the semi-underground Akapana Pyramid (Earth Pyramid). The visit additionally incorporates a visit to a great gallery loaded up with antiquated articles and devices that remain as confirmation of exactly how cutting-edge this civilization truly was. Lunch, just as full circle moves, are incorporated.


    In transit

    You will be secretly moved between La Paz International Airport and your lodging by an expert driver and English-talking guide.

    Get onto a trip in La Paz with the direct support of Salar de Uyuni. The surmised flight length is 45 minutes.

    In the wake of arriving in Salar de Uyuni, meet your private guide and driver, at that point decide to investigate one of the country’s quintessential features. The entrancing salt pads found in and around Salar de Uyuni are awesome all year. From April to November, the yearly dry season, the salt pads – broke in a mosaic of dry-mud tiles – offers the chance to play with point of view, while from December to March, the salt pads are sheeted in water, turning into an immense intelligent mirror where the sky resembles on the pads beneath. The landscape is a heaven for photography sweethearts because of the amazing optical impacts regardless of the season. Forging ahead, you will at that point visit Incahuasi Island which is situated in the core of the salt level. The biggest of a gathering of islands in this detached biological system, Incahuasi is populated with goliath desert flora species that compare 26 feet in tallness; another common sight in this apparently lunar scene. Following your experience on the salt pads, you will be conveyed to your lodging in Colchani. Please note: Incahuasi Island is difficult to reach during the wet season, or when downpours flood the pads. Have confidence, the view is as yet breathtaking.

  14. Day 14 COLCHANI

    It’s All Ancient History

    Today, leave with your driver and manual for investigating the north side of the salt level. Notwithstanding the amazing landscape, the district has an extraordinary demonstration of the nearby history. Resting in a little cavern close to Tunupa Volcano, you’ll visit the Coquesa Mummies. Dated to around 700 BCE, these remaining parts demonstrate that people have been in the pads for centuries. At Tunupa Volcano you will likewise appreciate noteworthy perspectives on the colossal salt pads, maybe most delighted in over nightfall, which you will observe firsthand prior to being gotten back to your inn. Lunch is remembered for visit, as a rule as an excursion however your supper might be in a café (in view of coordinations and climate).


    On the up and up

    You will be moved between your inn in Colchani and the air terminal in Salar de Uyuni by an expert driver and an English-talking guide. The estimated travel time is 30 minutes.

    Get onto a trip in Salar de Uyuni with the direct support of La Paz. The rough flight term is 50 minutes.

    You will be secretly moved between La Paz International Airport and your lodging by an expert driver and English-talking guide.

    Ten years prior, the most noteworthy city in Bolivia was additionally positioned among the world’s least fortunate. These days, new private constructions have shown up – costly and great structures – a large number of which were planned by prestigious engineer Freddy Mamani. Mamani imagined this enormous organization of structures and directed the development of in excess of 140 units, all in another style called Cholet. After a lodging gets, move to the La Paz Cable Car Station to appreciate a beautiful excursion between the mountains installed quite possibly the most current and remarkable transportation choices in South America. Two lines interface the city of La Paz and El Alto, La Paz’s adjoining city and Bolivia’s second-biggest. During the ride, take in stunning perspectives on the city, and upon appearance to El Alto, proceed to the Villa Adela neighborhood where you can notice the structures of the new Chalets. Meander several structures to see the value in the stylistic layout and engineering style, finding out about the Cholet style established by Mamani. A short time later, you’ll get back to La Paz and be gotten back to your inn.

  16. Day 16 LA PAZ

    Bon Voyage

    You will be secretly moved between La Paz International Airport and your lodging by an expert driver and English-talking guide.