Salta to La Paz Ways (from Salta)
Remember that your pass is SUPER FLEXIBLE so once you book you can make as many changes as you want to your itinerary, before or during your trip. This is just a recommended itinerary so you can work out the perfect schedule for your trip depending on the time you have to travel.
Day 1: Cafayate & Villages Day Trip
Visit some of the most breathtaking sceneries around Salta; La Quebrada de las Conchas and ancient picturesque villages along the way. Let yourself awe at the beautiful colors and impressive rock formations of the area, such as the Devil’s Throat, and visit two wineries to learn the secrets of the region’s wine.
Day 2: Salta to San Pedro de AtacamaToday you will take a transfer from Salta to San Pedro de Atacama by Public Bus.
Day 3: Free Day Enjoy your Free Day in San Pedro de Atacama.
Day 4: Moon Valley Sunset Tour
See abstract natural formations, salt caves and the Licancabur Volcano in one of the world's driest deserts. Watch the landscape turn brilliant shades of red as the awe-inspiring sunset sinks over the horizon.
Day 5: Uyuni Salt Flats & Desert Adventure 4D/3N (Atacama to La Paz)
Depart San Pedro de Atacama on an unforgettable 3-day expedition in a 4x4 Toyota land cruiser through the desert of southwest Bolivia and into the vast and blinding-white salt flats of Uyuni. Along the way, visit tiny villages, multi-colored lakes with flamingos, geysers, and thermal hot-springs at 5,000m.
Take wacky pictures in the famous Salar de Uyuni
Drive through the Bolivian Altiplano’s moon-like deserts
Marvel at breathtaking red & green colored lakes
See active volcanoes, geysers & steaming craters
Day 6: ** Uyuni Salt Flats & Desert Adventure 4D/3N (Atacama to La Paz)
Day 7: ** Uyuni Salt Flats & Desert Adventure 4D/3N (Atacama to La Paz)
Day 8: ** Uyuni Salt Flats & Desert Adventure 4D/3N (Atacama to La Paz)
Day 9: La Paz Local City Encounter
Walk to the most interesting sites in La Paz with your local guide who will show you how to hop on a local bus, talk to locals, eat at local markets and the best street stands. Visit the real witch market and wander into neighborhoods rarely visited by tourists so you can see the real way of life in La Paz.