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Inti Travel

La Paz, Bolivia
About Inti Travel
Services offered by the company stands out the coordination of itineraries for individuals or groups, including hotel reservations, transport, tours, car rentals, local flights, logistical support activities and any other special requirements necessary. We always work thinking of you, of your needs, but above all, of your expectations. We know that every detail is important.
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Tiwanaku & Puma Punku - The Ancient Civilization - Everything Included!

Pre-dating even the Incas, the UNESCO–listed archaeological site of Tiwanaku shines a light on an ancient civilization lost in time—but visiting independently means missing the site's historic significance. On this tour, begin with pickup at your La Paz hotel and explore with your guide. Gain valuable insight into the meaning behind relics like the Gate of the Sun, the Kalasasaya Temple, and the Puma Punku complex.
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7 hours
from $49.42

Uyuni Salt Flats _ 3 Days/2Nights _ Shared Tour_English Speaking Guide

+English speaking guides.
+Comfortable cars.
+Tour begins in Uyuni town. 10:30 a.m.
+Tour finish in Uyuni town. 06:30 p.m.
+Meals: Vegetarian - Vegan - Meat - options.
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3 days
from $220.77

Moon Valley and Chacaltaya Mountain - Shared Service

Explore the glaciers and eroded canyons that surround La Paz on a full-day tour of Chacaltaya and Moon Valley. While reaching both locations in a single day would be a challenge without expensive private transport, this cost-effective combination tour takes care of logistics so you can discover an abandoned ski resort that was once the highest in the world, then follow a maze of hiking trails through Moon Valley.
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7 hours
from $31.54

Death Road by Bike and Zip Line

The infamous Death Road boasts some of Bolivia’s most exciting descents, attracting mountain-biking thrill-seekers from across the world—but you can enjoy an adrenaline rush out of the saddle, too. On this tour, begin with pickup at your downtown La Paz hotel, and tackle Death Road by bike and zip line. With all safety equipment plus breakfast and lunch included, experience wild thrills in Bolivia’s tropical Yungas region.
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12 hours
from $104.08

Death Road By Full Suspension Bike - Full Day - English Speaking Guide

Ride the Death Road from La Cubre to Yolosa on a full-day bike descent of one of Bolivia’s most dramatic byways. Full-suspension bikes equipped with powerful hydraulic disk brakes mean a safer downhill ride that’s easier on your body, and you’ll arrive in Yolosa for showers, snacks, and some time to swim before returning to La Paz.
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12 hours
from $91.47
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GlenLivet wrote a review Nov 2019
Wisconsin270 contributions104 helpful votes
We booked a tour to the Valley of The Moon and Mt Chacaltaya out of LaPaz. We were there in November, 2019 during the post election protests. We met our guide, Patti, at a rendezvous point near the Prada. The pick up was about 30 minutes late. The part of the tour to the Valley of the Moon was canceled due to protestors blocking the road. We received no refund. We did drive to Mt Chacaltaya and scrambled to the top. Although the walk is not steep and the path pretty good, be prepared for a tough climb given the altitude of about 17,000 feet. You will need to take numerous stops and the climb will take longer than you expect. The views of the surrounding Andes Mountains was spectacular. Well worth the effort. Overall the trip was fine, but make sure you know what you are getting yourself into. Also, we were somewhat disappointed by the reluctance of our guide to stop and allow us to take pictures at various places on the trip. If you choose to take this trip, be sure to inquire carefully about the logistics.
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Date of experience: November 2019
Sean K wrote a review Oct 2019
Canberra, Australia275 contributions114 helpful votes
The places we visited were nice and I'm glad I got to go to Tiwanaku and Puma Punku, but I wasnt really happy with the tour itself. I changed hotels and even though I informed them, they didn't pass the information on to the driver so I waited an extra 40 minutes before the bus got me. I got the feeling the guide was rushing the tour and giving a lot more information and going much deeper into the history of the place to the group in Spanish than she was when speaking in English.
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1HappyTraveler2008 wrote a review Aug 2019
Boston, MA13 contributions5 helpful votes
Tiwanaku has so much history and interesting stories about the culture and the place. I really wish we had a better guide who was interested in telling us about the place. It was a shame really. We were picked up by the guide in our hotel in downtown La Paz. He didn’t introduce himself. He just asked us for our names and told us to follow him to the van. When we got to the van, we saw that the van was old, kind of dirty, and it was full. My husband and I had to seat separately as there were no two seats together and the guide did not even bother to ask other passengers to allow us to sit together. Throughout the trip, I had problems understanding the guide. He would speak 2 sentences in Spánish, then a sentence in English, then go back to Spanish again. It got tiring following him, so I stopped paying attention. This was very unfortunate because I was interested in learning more about Tiwanaku as I have heard so much about it. However, as much as I tried to listen, it was difficult trying to listen to someone who spoke too softy in half Spanish and English and rather in a monotonous voice. During lunchtime, we ate at a local restaurant. The food was fine and the place was clean. The driver and the guide (along with other guides) were sitting in a separate table and drinking beer. I am not sure if this is an accepted practice in Bolivia, but I thought this was rather unprofessional to be drinking while working - especially the driver. Perhaps, it was my lack of understanding of SpanGlish from the guide, but before our van arrived to our final destination in San Francisco Plaza, our guide left us in the middle of nowhere. We were left in the van with the bus driver who did not speak any English. Again, maybe I have set my expectations too high, but I would think (and expect) it is the guide’s responsibility to accompany us to our final destination. Final thought: I felt a bit ripped off by this tour. It was not the money, but the time spent. I felt we wasted 6 hours of precious time listening to someone who obviously was not interested in his job. My advice: spend a bit more money and hire a private car and guide. Make sure that the guide is someone who likes his job and is interested in telling you the story and history about Tiwanaku.
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Date of experience: August 2019
oolong18 wrote a review Jul 2019
Rotterdam, The Netherlands39 contributions5 helpful votes
I booked this tour via Tripadvisor as it received some good ratings and the guide was in English according to the description. I was picked up with a large coach (30 pax) with 18 spanish speaking folks and 2 English speaking. Besides the really large group, it also meant that the biggest part, about 85-90% of the explanations of the guide were in Spanish. It really felt like a rip-off, I could have gone to Tiwanaku with a private driver and would have been cheaper off. The other English speaking person spent 35% less and received the same ‘all-inclusive’ offering. I also did my research online, and saw that not all the tour operators are as good as others, as usual. I went deliberately not with Maya Tours since they received many negative comments. At the end of our tour, I received an envelope (with tips for the guide) and a booklet to write down my positive feedback, that said largely: Maya Tours. Please make sure not to book via them if you are looking for an informative tour around these great sites.
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kgolsan wrote a review Jun 2019
Antigua, Guatemala17 contributions
I contacted Inti Travel about a night transfer from Uyuni to Potosi. Although I did not end up using their service for unrelated reasons, they were extremely prompt about responding to me with options and prices, and continued to respond promptly to all my questions. They were definitely the best deal for this transfer, and one of the few Travel Agencies in Uyuni that we found that offered the service. I would definitely use them in the future.
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Date of experience: June 2019
Response from Inti T, Owner at Inti Travel
Responded Jun 28, 2019
Thank you very much!
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