Upon special arrangement we can guide you through the remarkable ancient enigma that encompasses Tiwanaku and Puma Punku. Let us know if you want to meet us in La Paz Bolivia, or guide you there from Cusco.
We offer 2 day and 3 day package tours, including hotel, transport, breakfast and guide service as well as entrance tickets. The hotel we recommend is 5 star luxury suites and is located in the heart of the lively business district of La Paz.
2 Day Tour: Day 1: Visit the Gold Museum in La Paz and see not only a fine collection of pre-colombian gold and silver artifacts but also the mysterious Fuente Magna bowl said to be of Sumerian origin.
The it is off to the Tiwanaku Museum in La Paz to see their new and rather large display of ancient artifacts from not only Tiwanaku and Puma and Tiwanaku, but all of Bolivia:
Then it is off to the world famous “witches market” where you will find a huge assortment of original Bolivian arts and crafts…
Day 2: Full day at Tiwanaku and Puma Punku: This is the archaeological prize of the nation, and although most academics claim that these sites are maximum 2000 years old and made by the bronze age Tiwanaku culture, you will be shown clear evidence that they are MUCH older and constructed using lost ancient high technology.
This full 2 day tour includes 3 nights accommodation at the Ritz Apart Hotel, all ground transportation, airport pickup and drop off, guide service, site and museums entry fees, and breakfasts. The tour starts and ends in La Paz. Cost per person is 1300 US. Price for 2 sharing a room is 1800 US, 0r 900 US each.
3 Day Tour: Includes all of the above, plus a trip on the 3rd day to the amazing Valley of the Moon near La Paz, and a complete ride on the city’s new state of the art European made transport system of gondolas which allows you to see the entire capital city from the sky above. There are 3 interconnecting systems so this takes at least 2 hours.
This full 2 day tour includes 4 nights accommodation at the Ritz Apart Hotel, all ground transportation, airport pickup and drop off, guide service, site and museums entry fees, and breakfasts. The tour starts and ends in La Paz.