TARABUCO AND CANDELARIA
Duration: Full day
Tarabuco is 78 km/48 miles – 2 hours from Sucre, is located in the highlands and surrounded by rich valleys. The Sunday market, is one of the main attractions and you’ll enjoy the beauty of their customs and clothing in a special fair with a great variety of products and good prices. You will also visit the colonial farm of Candelaria and see how they do their traditional weavings and enjoy the typical dances of their people. Lunch included.
Visit to the world’s largest dinosaur footprint park at Cal Orcko or chalk hill in Quechua.
Visit to the world’s largest dinosaur footprint park at Cal Orcko or chalk hill in Quechua. It is in a quarry owned by a cement manufacturer near to the city of Sucre, where more than five thousand footprints of around 290 species can be found. It also contains the Cretaceous Park Family Area with its life size dinosaur sculptures.
SUCRE HALF-DAY CITY TOUR
Discover one of the most beautiful cities in Bolivia and get to know its customs, colourful traditions, biodiversity and history.
You will be picked up from your hotel. In this tour of the city of Sucre you will have the opportunity to visit La Recoleta and San Francisco church, the Casa de la Libertad where Simón Bolívar signed Bolivia’s charter of independence, San Francisco Xavier University, the second oldest in the Americas, and colourful local markets displaying all of the area’s biodiversity and handicrafts. Transfer to your hotel. Remember that the Casa de la Libertad in Sucre and most museums in Bolivia are closed on Monday.
POTOSÍ HALF-DAY CITY TOUR
See one of the most important cities of the Colonial era, where the principal metals exported to Spain were mined.
You will be picked up from your hotel. Potosí is one of the most famous and important cities of the Colonial era. This is the city that produced so much precious metal, mined under arduous conditions by native people. It has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can visit the Convent of Santa Teresa and a shallow mine, which is usually a fascinating and sobering experience, as well as La Casa de la Moneda, which still has the original wooden machinery used to mint coins for Spain during the Colonial period. Transfer to your hotel. Remember that the Casa de la Libertad in Sucre and most museums in Bolivia are closed on Monday.