La Paz Tours
Walking Tour of La Paz

Walking Tour of La Paz

By Andes 2 Amazon
per adult
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Ages 18-60, max of 15 per group
Duration: 3h
Start time: Check availability
Mobile ticket
Live guide: English

  • Cable car
  • Snacks
  • Local guide
  • Local transport
What's not included
  • Drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Lunch
  • Breakfast
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Entry/Admission - Plaza Murillo

  • Plaza Murillo, GV38+PJ2, Socabaya, La Paz, Bolivia
    Departure Point: Meeting point at Plaza Murillo Directions: The exact point is at the giant stone book at the center of the main square
End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Near public transportation
    If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 40400P1

    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Dress code is smart casual
    • May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
    • Children must be accompanied by an adult
    • Most travelers can participate
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

    If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 40400P1

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      Departure Point: Meeting point at Plaza Murillo Directions: The exact point is at the giant stone book at the center of the main square
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    • Andes 2 Amazon
      La Paz, Bolivia
      Joined in January 2014
    • SFAdventurer12
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Tupiza Tours 7 Day Tupiza Reserva Uyuni Sajama La Paz Tour
      Many thanks to Tupiza Tours for arranging a customized 7 day trip including Tupiza, la Reserva Nacional Eduardo Avaroa, Salars de Uyuni y Coipasa, and Parque Nacional Sajama to La Paz. Fabiela and Daniel listened to my needs in their office, and created a tailored trip to help me realize my photography and travel priorities. Abner (driver/guide) and Maribel (cook/cocinera) were a fantastic team and took great care of me, prioritizing safety while having a wonderful time enjoying the beautiful landscapes and geology. I highly recommend Tupiza Tours. (Traveler Notes: their Uyuni office is closed; there is a ~3 hr rapidito (minivan) service between Uyuni and Tupiza for ~70 BOB from the bus terminal; Santa Cruz airport requires US$ cash payment for visa on arrival) Ken (California)
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    • emmasD9300LQ
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      Wells it is a very nice place, you can hike and also climb. With Friends is much better charing, also with good guides along the way.
      Written May 31, 2023
    • Mark M
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      10 day Bolivia tour.
      Very good tour. We had a few minor hiccups and Jesse the owner not only responded in person but corrected the problem and made it even better. We went to numerous places around Bolivia. The tour included most of the major attractions in Bolivia and the guides and drivers he hired were fantastic. My wife and I would highly recommend using them.
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    • Johnrixhey
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      Theft on board
      I took Titicaca Bus company from Uyuni to La Paz. When I opened my drone case at my La Paz hotel, which was one the rack above me while I slept, it had two rocks in it instead of the drone. No cameras on board. No help from the bus company (whose website listed on their luggage tag is a porn website). No help from the police.
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    • gina_hung2000
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      Challenging but FUN!
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    • jim92833
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      Outstanding day! Weather was great. Small group of just three people so the guide could give you the time you needed. Sorry, I forgot the name of our guide but he was great! Funny and thoughtful. Always had patience with all of us. Well worth the trip and also the cool T-shirt. MAKE IT HAPPEN. YOU WON'T REGRET IT!
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    • MelissaA2035
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      Must Do!
      I highly recommend this tour. The weather was not optimal on our day but that just made the experience that more exciting the guides were great!!! Leon and Oly were informative, safe, knowledgeable, and fun. They provided elbow and knee pads and pants, jacket and helmet. Lunch was a buffet that was plentiful and good. You will get dirty. I ended up throwing away my shoes. You can wash your shoes at the end but bring another pair to wear back or prepare to wear wet shoes back. They provide hot showers at the end so take an extra outfit, shampoo, conditioner, hair brush for the ladies (hair gets mud and dirt and knots). The tour actually picked us up and dropped us off at our local la Paz hotel. Def add this to your bucket list.
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    • Ma3Go3
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      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      No ticket, no response, complete nightmare!
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    • Lora274
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    • chaddeckard
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      10 Hour Bus Rides Are Not All That Bad!
      I recently was in Las Paz, Bolivia and took the bus from La Paz, to Uyuni, Bolivia. It departed from the city bus terminal in La Paz at 9:00pm. Even though they say they are leaving at 8:00 on the schedule they actually do not on leave on time on either side of the trip. The reason is the 10 hour bus ride and they have plenty of time to spare in driving the distance between La Paz and Uyuni. They actually drive slow and thus the trip is safer because they are not running a tight bus schedule. The only thing I did not like taking the bus is it can get really hot in the middle of the night. The heaters in the bus can be little overwhelming. The trick to counter this is dress light with layers and most of all sit by or request to sit by a window that opens. This can be nice to relieve yourself from the heat because some seats are right over built in heaters in the bus. Good for some, but not for those sitting next to or above one. Be sure to book your hotels in advance. Do not just show up on either side without a pre booking. Otherwise you could be sitting on the streets a couple of boring unproductive hours.
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