We created a new amazing tour, from forgotten Inca cities to the most impressive Colonial villages, ending up in the spectacular and pinterest capital of Bolivia, Sucre. Duration of this tour is 2 days, 1 night.
You will be picked from your hotel, airport or busstation in Cochabamba. After a beautiful journey where we will see Andean villages, typical farmland and stunning nature we reach the biggest and forgotten Inca site in Bolivia. We are completely obsessed with this site and will explain everything about the Inca empire we are able too!
Inca Llajta, the most impressive and largest Inca-city in Bolivia, served as the most eastern fortress of the large Inca-empire. Around 1470, the Inca’s took residence in this fortress which name means ‘Land of the Inca’s’. Join on this interesting one-day journey to discover the wonderful site which housed Inca’s until 1525. Enjoy an amazing sight, looking out over a beautiful valley and discover a 30 meter high waterfall in the heart of the ruin. After Inca Llajta is explored, we’ll visit the small colonial town Chimboata where you will go back in time.
From Incallajta and Chimboata we will drive in around 20 minutes to the most pinterest village in Bolivia, Totora.
As you can tell from the amazing Architecture, Totora used to belong to the most important cities of the region. Due to its central location, it used to be important for trade with the cities of Sucre, Potosi and Santa Cruz. Today, the city is still one of the major centers for the production of coca-leaves, potatoes and grain. During the Totora-tour, all interesting sights will be visited, including a real Chicha factory though a village that reminds us of Anton Pieck. After sunset we will make a nice evening walk. We will spend the night in the best hotel in town, Villa Eva.
The next morning we are heading from Totora to Aiquile, this journey goes over a cobblestone road, and bring us over passes off 4000 meters above sea level, you can imagine the spectacular views over the Andean mountains. In 2 hours we reach Aiquile where we will visit the interesting museum of the charango, typical string instrument! In the same museum we can appreciate some archeological finds of the area.
In the late afternoon you will arrive in Sucre, where you will be brought to the hostal or hotel of your choice.