Alcaya, a community located between Thunupa Salar (Uyuni’s salar) and Coipasa Salar; which inhabitants are descendants of Chullpa civilization, the oldest andinian civilization; and heirs of a great historical heritage – cultural, invites you to visit the vast stone citadel considered the most important archaeological site in Oruro department since it is even bigger than the community itself.
Aturcahua is a community from Aymara origin located to the west of Salar de Uyuni, a region that has maintained its ancestral way of life and now share it heritage through community tourist. We offer you in this project walks by quinoa fields where you learn all about growing, an opportunity to coexist with their inhabitants and enjoy their music and traditional dances.
Macaya, Sacabaya and Julo communities have organized in a Community tourism company “Lauca River Ecotourism” that seeks the historic and natural preservation, activity that improves the families’ incomes. Lauca River is famous by its polychrome chullpas, funerary structures corresponding to the Inca occupation period of the region…
Discover Sajama National Park and it magic environment. On this tour through Sajama National Park, where the Sajama snowcapped volcano extends, you can visit one of the community projects most successful from the country: Tomarapi ecolodge.
ACTUSOL is a Project that is located in Ch’alla community at the middle of Sun Island. This community characterize by preserve its ancestral and cultural Aymara history, is the guardian of the archaeological site “Chincana” (Labyrinth) where is located, between others, the famous and magic “Roca Sagrada” (Sacred Rock).
Trips for appreciate communitarian efforts to reach sustainable development. This tour is the ideal complement to traditional touristic activities that offer in Rurrenabaque, where we invite you to walk in the jungle in an area of plentiful biodiversity, whose protection is possible thanks to communities action.
The indigenous community members from San Jose de Uchupiamonas, organized to create a community tourism venture that promotes the development from the entire community. Chalalan offers a great experience through walks around Madidi National Park, canoeing, traditional night music, dance and stories from Tacana – Quechua culture.
San Miguel del Bala – Community Ecotourism the shelter, gives you the opportunity to experience the rain forest in the buffer zone at Madidi National Park habitat for thousands of species of wildlife through several paths that run through environmental interpretation, allowing individuals to see different ecosystems and different from each other.
Villa Amboró has organized, designed and built an Ecolodge that are fused with the natural environment of Amboró Park, where you can camp or stay in cabin, is enjoyed of good nutrition and besides enjoying their ecological paths. It has services of trained guides.
La Chonta in a Project created by peasant families from Los Carbones community that look up for the development through community tourism. Hosts offer walks over Saguayo River, with the change to swim in its natural pools and discover the primary forest by walking in the path “Los Helechos” which facilitates interpretation and environmental education.