Bolivia is a fascinating country to be visited on 4wd expeditions. The largest destinations known by their tough routes and spectacular scenery are Sajama National Park and Eduardo Avaroa National Reserve. Sajama Park houses the highest peak in Bolivia: Sajama. The park also offers hot waters, mountaineering routes, queñua forests and several archaeological sites such as polychromatic ‘chullpas’ (Funerary Tombs) from the Inca era at the Lauca River.
The trip to the Eduardo Avaroa National Reserve, that contains the beautiful circuit of Lagunas Altonandinas (High Andean Lagoons), as well as the famous Red and Green Lagoons, it is reached by visitin Salar de Coipasa, Salinas de Garci Mendoza and the Uyuni Salt Flats.
From the Eduardo Abaroa Reserve it is possible to visit Tupiza and the great landscape of Ciudad Roma at San Antonio de Escormuco and El Sillar.
Day 1: La Paz - Sajama Park
Day 2: Sajama - Salinas de Garci Medoza
Day 3: Salinas de Garci Mendoza - Coquesa
Day 4: Coquesa - Villamar
Day 5: Villamar - San Pablo de Lípez
Day 6: San Pablo de Lípez - Tupiza
Day 7: Optional to continue to: Villazón (border with Argentina), Potosí or return to La Paz.